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High Temperature Corrosion
Gordon Research Conference

Conference Information

Status

Active

Initial Year

1941

Discipline

Physical

Categories

Meeting Cycle

24 Months

Conference Description

Corrosion is one of the oldest conferences within the Gordon Research Conferences, having been initiated in 1941 by Professor Gordon himself as a part of the Gibson Island conferences, which later became GRC (H.H. Uhlig, Recollections of Early Gordon Research Conferences on Corrosion, Corrosion, 37 (6), 309-312, 1981). Over the ensuing years the Corrosion conferences have focused on corrosion mechanisms, various analytical techniques, and modeling. Periodically, the conferences have focused on industry-university collaborations. Although student posters and presentations have long been a fixture in the corrosion conferences, a separate Gordon Research Seminar, specifically involving presentations from students and new researchers to the field was started in 2011 and continues in the present conference.

Additional information on the history of the Corrosion GRC is available in "Recollections of Early Gordon Research Conferences on Corrosion", by Herbert Uhlig. This article was originally published in the June 1981 issue of the CORROSION Journal, and has been reproduced on the GRC web site with the permission of NACE International.

Historical Note: In 1992, the original "Corrosion" Gordon Research Conference split into two bi-annual conferences - "Corrosion - Aqueous" (even years) and "Corrosion - Dry" (odd years).

What is a GRC? Gordon Research Conferences (GRC) are 5-day meetings that bring scientists together from around the world to present and discuss unpublished research with other leaders in their field.

Related Conference

This Gordon Research Conference (GRC) series is related to the "High Temperature Corrosion" Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) series. Although a related GRS will typically be scheduled in conjunction with its parent GRC each time it meets, that may not always be the case. Refer to the individual meetings in the Meeting History section below for more details. For more information about the associated Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) series, click here.

What is a GRS? Gordon Research Seminars (GRS) are 2-day meetings that bring graduate students and post-docs together to discuss their cutting edge research among peers and mentors. Each GRS immediately precedes an associated Gordon Research Conference (GRC), and topics addressed at the GRS relate closely to the GRC.

Meeting History

YearMeeting NameDatesConference SiteChair(s)
2017 High Temperature Corrosion
From the Basic Understanding of Corrosion Mechanisms to the Modeling of Multi Layered or Multi-Materials Systems Under Complex Multiphysics Loading
Jul 9-14 Colby-Sawyer College Daniel E. Monceau
2015 High Temperature Corrosion
Pioneering Protection in Aggressive Environments
Jul 26-31 Colby-Sawyer College Gordon J. Tatlock
2013 High Temperature Corrosion
Solution for Energy Issues and Future Role in High Temperature Processes
Jul 21-26 Colby-Sawyer College Toshio Maruyama
2011 High Temperature Corrosion
Scientific Underpinning for Design and Lifetime Prediction of Materials Exposed to High Temperatures and Reactivity Extremes
Jul 24-29 Colby-Sawyer College Peter F. Tortorelli
2009 High Temperature Corrosion Jul 26-31 Colby-Sawyer College John R. Nicholls
2007 High Temperature Corrosion Jul 29 - Aug 3 Colby-Sawyer College W. Joe Quadakkers
2005 High Temperature Corrosion Jul 24-29 Colby-Sawyer College Brian M. Gleeson
2003 High Temperature Corrosion Jul 20-25 Colby-Sawyer College Ian G. Wright
2001 High Temperature Corrosion Jul 22-27 Colby-Sawyer College Peggy Y. Hou
1999 Corrosion - Dry Jul 18-23 Colby-Sawyer College Michael Schutze
1997 Corrosion - Dry Jul 20-25 Colby-Sawyer College David J. Young
1995 Corrosion - Dry Jul 16-21 Colby-Sawyer College Howard Stott
1993 Corrosion - Dry Jul 18-23 Colby-Sawyer College James L. Smialek
1991 Corrosion Jul 15-19 Colby-Sawyer College Neil Birks
1990 Corrosion Jul 23-27 Colby-Sawyer College Robert Baboian
1989 Corrosion Jul 17-21 Colby-Sawyer College Hans J. Grabke
1988 Corrosion Jul 18-22 Colby-Sawyer College David J. Duquette
1987 Corrosion Jul 20-24 Colby-Sawyer College Gerald H. Meier
1986 Corrosion Jul 21-25 Colby-Sawyer College Bryan E. Wilde
1985 Corrosion Jul 22-26 Colby-Sawyer College Michael J. Graham
1984 Corrosion Jul 23-27 Colby-Sawyer College J C. Scully
1983 Corrosion Jul 25-29 Colby-Sawyer College P Kofstad
1982 Corrosion Jul 26-30 Colby-Sawyer College E. Neville Pugh
1981 Corrosion Jul 20-24 Colby-Sawyer College Graham C. Wood
1980 Corrosion Jul 21-25 Colby-Sawyer College Ronald M. Latanision
1979 Corrosion Jul 23-27 Colby-Sawyer College F.S. Pettit
1978 Corrosion Jul 10-14 Colby-Sawyer College Ellis D. Verink
1977 Corrosion Jul 18-22 Colby-Sawyer College Robert A. Rapp
1976 Corrosion Jul 12-16 Colby-Sawyer College Brian Cox
1975 Corrosion Jul 7-11 Colby-Sawyer College Dave L. Douglass
1974 Corrosion Jul 22-26 Colby-Sawyer College Howard W. Pickering
1973 Corrosion Jul 16-20 Colby-Sawyer College J Paul Pemsler
1972 Corrosion Jul 24-28 Colby-Sawyer College Ray M. Hurd
1971 Corrosion Jul 26-30 Colby-Sawyer College John V. Cathcart
1970 Corrosion Jul 27-31 Colby-Sawyer College Robert P. Frankenthal
1969 Corrosion Jul 21-25 Colby-Sawyer College J Bruce Wagner
1968 Corrosion
Corrosion Kinetics and Mechanisms
Jul 22-26 Colby-Sawyer College Sidney Barnartt
1967 Corrosion
Structure, Defects, and Impurities in the Oxidation of Metals
Jul 24-28 Colby-Sawyer College Jerome Kruger
1966 Corrosion Jul 25-29 Colby-Sawyer College Michael J. Pryor
1965 Corrosion Aug 9-13 Colby-Sawyer College Walter W. Smeltzer
1964 Corrosion Jul 27-31 Colby-Sawyer College Henry Leidheiser
1963 Corrosion Jul 22-26 Colby-Sawyer College A.U. Seybolt
1962 Corrosion
The Influence of Structure and Composition on the Reactivity of Metals
Jul 23-27 Colby-Sawyer College M. A. Streicher
1961 Corrosion
Oxidation of Metal Surfaces
Jul 24-28 Colby-Sawyer College Morris Cohen
1960 Corrosion
Electrode Kinetics of Dissolution Processes
Jul 18-22 Colby-Sawyer College Milton Stern
1959 Corrosion Jul 20-24 Colby-Sawyer College Philip M. Aziz
1958 Corrosion Jul 14-18 Colby-Sawyer College Joseph E. Draley
1957 Corrosion Jul 15-19 Colby-Sawyer College William D. Robertson
1956 Corrosion Jul 16-20 Colby-Sawyer College Julius J. Harwood
1955 Corrosion Jul 18-22 Colby-Sawyer College Earl A. Gulbransen
1954 Corrosion Jul 19-23 Colby-Sawyer College A. Wachter
1953 Corrosion Jul 20-24 Colby-Sawyer College Hugh P. Godard
1952 Corrosion Jul 21-25 Colby-Sawyer College J. M. Pearson
1951 Corrosion Jul 23-27 Colby-Sawyer College Frederick W. Fink
1950 Corrosion Jul 24-28 Colby-Sawyer College Norman Hackerman
1949 Corrosion Jul 25-29 Colby-Sawyer College Harry R. Copson
1948 Corrosion Jul 26-30 Colby-Sawyer College I. A. Denison
1947 Corrosion Jul 14-18 Colby-Sawyer College K. G. Compton
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