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Since 2009, Affiliate Membership of the EFC is available to organisations which support the purpose of the EFC (see Article 3 of the EFC Statutes) on payment of an appropriate annual contribution. Two classes of Affiliate Membership exist; one for

  • Companies and the other for
  • Universities and Research Organisations . (Article 9.1 of the EFC Statutes)

All applications for Affiliate Membership must be accompanied by details of the applicant and a description of its activities in the field of corrosion. They should be addressed in writing to one of the EFC offices, which shall submit them to the Board of Administrators. On the basis of a report by the latter, the General Assembly shall make the final decision on acceptance or rejection of the application for Affiliate Membership. (Article 9.2 of the EFC Statutes)



Important benefits available to Affiliate Members of the Federation (Companies, and Universities and Research Organisationc) include:

  • Participation in EFC Working Parties as of right; appointment of delegates; access to the Working Party's restriced area;
  • Reduced registration fee of the Affiliate's employees at annual EUROCORR conferences ;
  • Discounts on exhibitor booths at annual EUROCORR conferences;
  • Organisation of courses with the EFC endorsement and logo;
  • a substantial discount on the prices of  EFC publications;
  • Access to the restricted area containing the electronic proceedings of past EUROCORR Conferences;
  • Participation in the EFC General Assembly (without voting rights);
  • Listing of any of the Affiliate Member's corrosion-related events in the EFC "Calendar of Events" on the EFC website and in the EFC Newsletter
  • Free promotional write-ups of the Affiliate Member's past corrosion-related events in the  EFC Newsletters



If you wish to apply for Affiliate Membership of the Federation, please complete the APPLICATION FORM and return it to one of the offices of the EFC General Secretariat:




© DECHEMA e.V. last update December 05, 2017