The European Union’s (EU) push for emissions reduction poses unique challenges to energy markets. Energy suppliers and operators must use more efficient materials and invest in new technologies, while still utilizing aging facilities and transmission and distribution systems.

The new NACE High Temperature Corrosion Mitigation in Energy Sectors Conference will discuss how to combat the degradation of facilities caused by corrosion, while implementing the EU’s energy market legislation and new regulations. This event is projected to bring together industry leaders from energy companies throughout the EU.

Topics Include:

  • Advanced Materials at High Temperatures for Future Power Energy Systems
  • Power plant water chemistry and corrosion
  • High Entropy Materials
  • Steam oxidation of advanced steels and Ni based alloys
  • Turbine corrosion and erosion
  • New horizons
  • Fireside corrosion (air, oxy other)
  • Coatings in Energy Sector

Abstract Submission Timeline

In order to be included in the published proceedings ALL DEADLINES must be met. Late submissions will not be eligible for publishing.

Notification of acceptance
26th January 2018

Draft Paper Deadline
22nd February 2018

Full Paper Submission
6th April 2018

Presentation Deadline
27th April 2018


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"It is our pleasure to inform you that Deputy Prime Minister of Poland, Ministry of Science
and Higher Education Jarosław Gowin took the patronage of the event that will be held in
Krakow in 9 – 10 May 2018: NACE High Temperature Corrosion Mitigation in Energy Sectors Conference"

Renata Janik
Wiceprezesa Rady Ministrów

Conference Committee

Event Chairman:  Dr. Tomasz Dudziak, Executive Director at Foundry Research Institute Krakow, Poland

Event Session Chairman: Dr.-Ing. Wojciech Nowak, Assistant Professor at Rzeszow University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics, Department of Materials Science