MegaRust Mid-Year Review and Call for Papers/Posters Created by email@example.com on 1/2/2018 8:25:09 AM
Dear Past MegaRust attendee,
Carol Rosler will be leading the MegaRust mid-year review during SSPC 2018 in New Orleans. The review will be on January 17, 2018 from 8AM-12PM central time in the New Orleans Convention Center Room 271. If you cannot make it in person, dial in to the meeting: 1-877-366-0711 with code 13979923#. Stay up to date on the agenda and register for MegaRust 2018 at http://www.megarust.org, and stay in the MegaRust loop on social media by following @navalengineers and #MegaRust.
MegaRust 2018 Call for Papers and Call for Student Posters Now Open
Theme: Corrosion Control: Enabling Affordability, Mission Readiness and Force Extension
MegaRust is conducted annually to provide a consolidated focus on Navy corrosion issues. Corrosion is a major factor in the readiness and total ownership cost of naval systems and this conference is intended to provide updated information on programs, policies, standards and Fleet experience related to corrosion and to promote discussion and sharing of information on technologies and strategies for controlling corrosion.
The conference provides an impartial forum for dialogue between government, industry, academia, and end users. Participants include those involved with research and development, design, engineering, construction, maintenance, modernization and operation of naval systems that are potentially affected by corrosion. The conference covers all segments of the naval services including sea, air, Marine Corps, vehicles, and facilities.
Call for Papers Important Dates
- February 9, 2018 - Abstracts Due
- March 23, 2018 - Authors Notified of Selection
- April 20, 2018 - Draft Papers/Presentations Due
- May 14, 2018 - Final Papers/Presentations Due
Call for Student Posters Important Dates
- April 2 - Applications/Abstracts Due
- April 30 - Entrants Notification
Desired topics for both the call for papers and the call for student posters that support this conference include:
- Training – Achieving Sailor Self-Sufficiency
- “Deckplate” Lessons Learned
- New corrosion control methods
- Operational Level Issues and Unmet Needs
- Successful application of new approved products
- Alternative Approaches to Corrosion Control
- Corrosion Control Plan for LCS and Other Aluminum Ships
- Environmentally compliant processes
- Current projects and future needs for corrosion control on:
- Surface Ships
- Aircraft Carriers
- Combat Systems & Antennas
- Facilities & Infrastructure
- Vehicles and Aviation Ground Support Equipment
- Paint Center of Excellence Projects & Coatings Qualification Process
- “Deckplate” Quality Assurance – what can be expected from the Sailors
- Changing Maintenance Plans to utilize new processes and materials
- Surface Preparation Technology and Techniques
- Inspection/Prevention Approaches
- Research and Development
- Emerging Technologies
Learn more online at: http://www.navalengineers.org/Symposia/MegaRust-2018 or contact the American Society of Naval Engineers at firstname.lastname@example.org, 703-836-6727.
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