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EFC PRESIDENT

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Prof. Dr. Damien FÉRON
CEA-Saclay
"Service of Corrosion" SCCME
Batiment 458 - PC50
91191 Gif-Sur-Yvette Cedex
France

Tel: 0033-1-69 08 20 65
Fax: 0033-1-69 08 15 86
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EFC VICE-PRESIDENT

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Prof. Dr. J.M.C. Arjan MOL
Delft University of Technology
Materials Science and Engineering Department
Corrosion Technology and Electrochemistry Research Group
Mekelweg 2, 2628 CD  Delft
The Netherlands

Tel: 0031-15-27 86 778
Fax: 0031-15-27 86 730
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PAST PRESIDENT

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Prof. Dr. Fatima MONTEMOR
IST - Instituto Superior Tecnico
CQE-DEQ
Av. Rovisco Pais
1049-001 Lisboa
Portugal

Tel: 00351-21 8419769
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 EFC Presentation 2016

 

 

 

 


 

EFC PRESIDENTS 1993 - 2016

 

 

 


EFC President and Vice-President

EFC President

In September 2016, the EFC General Assembly elected Professor Damien Féron, France, as the new  EFC President  for a two-year term of office from 1 January 2017. He succeeded Prof. Fátima Montemor.

Damien Féron graduated in chemical engineering at the Institute of Chemical Engineering of Toulouse in 1976 and obtained his PhD in chemical engineering from the National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse (1979).
Damien Féron has been nominated Professor at the INSTN (National Institute for Nuclear Science and Technology) in 2010. He is Director of Research at the Nuclear Energy Division of the French alternative energies and atomic energy commission(CEA) since 2007. He is also the Deputy Head of the “Service of Corrosion” (SCCME) since 2002 at CEA-Saclay. He has been previously head of the Laboratory of Aqueous Corrosion (LECA /1998-2002) at CEA-Saclay and of the Laboratory of Physico-Chemistry and Corrosion (LPCC / 1994-1998) at CEA-Fontenay-aux-Roses, and deputy head of the Laboratory of Corrosion Technological Testing (LETC / 1985-1994) at CEA-La Hague. He is working in the field of corrosion since nearly 40 years, starting with liquid metal and moving towards aqueous media (including seawater corrosion and microbial corrosion) and more generally involved today in the various fields of nuclear corrosion (metals and alloys in aqueous and non-aqueous environments).
He owns six patents; he is the author or the co-author of around 70 articles in international scientific and technical journals and of more than 100 papers presented during national and international conferences. He has been editor or co-editor of 20 books or special issues of journals (including 9 “green books” of the EFC series), mainly in the field of microbial corrosion, seawater corrosion and nuclear corrosion.
Damien Féron has been involved in the activities of the EFC Working Party on Marine Corrosion (WP 9) and of the EFC Working Party on Microbial Corrosion (WP 10). From 2003 to the end of 2016 he chaired EFC Working Party on Nuclear Corrosion (WP4). Furthermore, he was Chairman of the EFC Science and Technology Advisory Committee (STAC) between 2007 and 2013 and held the position of EFC Vice-President from 1 January 2015 to 31 December 2016.

 



EFC Vice-President

In September 2016, the EFC General Assembly elected Professor J.M.C. Arjan Mol, Delft, The Netherlands as the new  EFC Vice-President for a two-year term of office from 1 January 2017. He succeeds Professor Damien Féron.

Arjan Mol obtained his MSc-degree at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering of the Delft University of Technology (DUT) in 1996. His MSc-thesis focused on the post-forming properties (including corrosion properties) of glass fiber-metal laminates (GLARE) after deformation processing. After this he obtained his PhD-degree in 2000 at the Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) Department of the DUT on the study of the effects of microstructural variations in aluminium alloy surfaces on filiform corrosion properties.
He continued his career as a project- and team leader ‘Structural lifetime of building and civil engineering structures’ for 6 years at the Dutch Applied Research Organisation TNO.
As from 2006 Arjan Mol returned to DUT-MSE and now is Full Professor ‘Corrosion Technology and Electrochemistry’. Furthermore, as from 2017, he is Honorary Professor at the University of Science and Technology Beijing USTB in China. Since 2010 Arjan Mol is also the Dutch Representative Member of the International Corrosion Council ICC.

The specific research focus areas of Arjan Mol are:

  • Local electrochemical analysis of corrosion mechanisms
  • Surface treatment and interfacial bonding of organic coatings on metal (oxide) surfaces
  • Multifunctional and eco-friendly corrosion inhibitors and evaluation of active protective coatings

Besides, Arjan Mol is Working Party Chairman ‘Physico-chemical methods for Corrosion Research’ and in the period of 2014-2016 he was Chairman of the Scientific and Technology Advisory Committee (STAC) of the European Corrosion Federation EFC. In 2016 he was elected to become Vice-President of the EFC for 2017-2018, and as such is Member of the Board of Administrators as from 2017.
Currently, he is Editor-in-Chief of Elsevier’s journal “Corrosion Science” and Member of the Editorial Boards of “Corrosion Engineering, Science and Technology”, “Transactions of the Institute of Metal Finishing” and “Materials and Corrosion”.
 


 
EFC Past President 

Professor Fátima Montemor, Portugal (EFC President Jan. 2015 - Dec. 2016)

M.F. Montemor graduated in Chemical Engineering at Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), the school of engineering of the Technical University of Lisbon in 1989 and obtained her Ph.D, also from the Technical University of Lisbon, in 1995.
Actually, she has a permanent professorship position in the Department of Chemical Engineering of Instituto Superior Técnico.
M.F. Montemor has been working for more than 20 years in corrosion research. She was co-chair of Eurocorr 2005 and Eurocorr 2013. Presently, her research objectives focus on new surface functionalization routes and development and characterisation of novel coatings for corrosion protection and enhanced functionality of metallic substrates (steels, Mg and Al alloys) used in the transportation sector (automotive and aeronautics), construction (building and off shore) and energy production/storage (wind, oil, fuel cells, batteries and supercapacitors). Her research activity aims at answering the demands of industry for new and more functional corrosion resistant materials for conventional and for Hi-Tech applications.
M.F. Montemor has more than 150 publications, in high-level International Journals and more than 250 communications in International conferences, including several Plenary Lectures and Keynotes. Actually, her h index is 40 (Scopus March 2015).
She is Editor of Applied Surface Science, and a member of the editorial boards of the journals Cement and Concrete Composites and Surface and Coatings Technology.
M.F. Montemor was appointed as Deputy Director for International Affairs of Instituto Superior Técnico, September 2009, and has been involved in preparation and management several strategic partnerships all over the world. She is the Vice-President of the Board of Administrators of the company “Innoenergy Iberia” S.A, with headquarters at Barcelona.
She is permanent member of TGS5 for the monitoring and evaluation of RFS-EC funded projects and has been regularly involved in the evaluation of EC funded projects and evaluation of EU research Institutes.

 

 

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