Let your industry expertise shine globally
and virtually!

Reach global audience with no need for travel and deliver your presentations to your peers remotely.

  • Speakers are entitled of a $100 discount for registration.
  • Three (3) best speakers will be given the opportunity for their papers to be recommended in NACE publications for peer review.
  • All extended abstracts/papers will be published in the conference proceedings.

Key Deadline Dates:
Draft Paper: 28 August 2020 (Optional) | Final Paper: 25 September 2020 (Optional)
Presentation Submission: 2 October 2020

Accepted Abstracts

Technical Topics

Online abstract submission is now closed.If you are still interested to submit an abstract, please contact Reygie de Borja. Late submissions will only be considered until 31 August 2020.

Asset Integrity and Risk Management
This session contains technical presentations that address all aspects of asset integrity and risk management for assets that may include integrity management methods, inspection technologies, assessment and prediction, mitigation, rehabilitation, operational aspects, regulatory issues, present and upcoming technologies, experiences, and case studies.

Materials and Cost of Corrosion
This session contains technical presentations concerning the economic impact of corrosion and its implications on the global economy. Presentation topics may include life cycle cost analysis, the cost of corrosion failure and case studies that address a project’s return on investment (ROI) as a performance measurement.

Corrosion Research & Development
This session contains technical presentations that discuss new or novel technologies and techniques from research/academia, asset owners and end users/asset operators.

Corrosion Management of Biomedical Materials and Medical Devices
This session contains technical presentations concerning the effects of the biological environment within the human body as it pertains to the performance of biomedical materials and devices.

Digital Transformation, Innovation & Smart Assets
This session contains technical presentations that address the benefits of recent developments and industry trends in digital technologies for corrosion and integrity management. The transforming potential in “big data” capture, information management and analytics, and the possibilities for implementing AI (artificial intelligence), all of which can reduce risk and facilitated better decision making, are fully applicable to the management of corrosion and asset integrity regardless of industry type.

Corrosion Management Systems and Project Design
This session contains technical presentations relating to all aspects of corrosion management and project design across all industries (including oil and gas production and transportation, chemical, power generation, water and waste water, maritime, infrastructure, government/military, etc.). In particular, examples of the different challenges in the various industries and how they have been resolved successfully will be presented.

Regulations and Standards
This session contains technical presentations relating to the development of industry standards and regulations. Presentations may discuss the use of performance-based measures vs. prescriptive measures and the regulatory changes in responses to major incidents.

Why Should You Submit an Abstract?

Become recognized as an industry leader by presenting your knowledge to peers.

Enhance your career with the connections and business opportunities you will gain from showcasing your experience.

Have a positive impact by helping young corrosion professionals enrich their understanding of corrosion solutions.

Things to Keep in Mind

NACE International will require the following for any approved abstracts:

  • (OPTIONAL) Extended version of abstract that is no more than 3 pages OR a Full Paper of your topic. All formatting and content requirements are followed for extended abstracts/papers and presentations.
  • A PowerPoint presentation of your topic.
  • A video-recorded formal presentation of your topic. Total recording should be between 20 and 30 minutes, depending on the schedule of the event. Guidelines for recording to be provided.
  • All listed deadlines are met.
  • A signed copyright release agreement.
  • A brief biography and a photo.