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EUROCORR 2019
Seville, Spain
9-13 September 2019
(EFC Event No. 445)

The call for abstracts is open!
Deadline: 16 January 2019


 

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EUROCORR 2018
Cracow, Poland
9-13 September 2018



 

EFC NEWS

EFC Newslettern 2018 No 26, September 2018

EFC NEWSLETTER 2018_p1

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Flyer "What is EFC"


Welcome

 

The EFC is a federation of 38 organisations (Member Societies and Affiliate Members) with interests in corrosion based in 25 different countries within Europe and beyond. Taken together, its Member Societies represent the corrosion interests of more than 25,000 engineers and scientists.

Founded in 1955, its aim is to advance the science of the corrosion and protection of materials by promoting cooperation in Europe and collaboration internationally. [ more...]

The EFC accomplishes its most important activities through twenty-one active working parties devoted to various aspects of corrosion and its prevention.

EUROCORR , the EFC's annual conference is the flagship event of the European corrosion calendar. The forthcoming EUROCORR will be held in Cracow, Poland, on 9-13 September 2018.

 


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