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The third International Workshop on Corrosion and Protection of Materials –CPM

On September 18th- 21st2018 Institute for Tropical Technology and Nguyen Tat Thanh University cooperated with Graduate University of science and technology (GUST) to hold the CPM-2018 seminar. More than 100 multidisciplinary scientists, researchers and experts from both educational and industrial sectors in 12 countries and in the field of materials attended the workshop.

In four sessions, 29 presentations and findings on issues relating to materials were presented and discussed. 66 summary reports were published on the workshop, 36 posters were displayed Highly scientific articles will be selected and published in the Journal of Science and Technology - Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology.

Following the success of the last CPM 2015, in this workshop, scientific topics of the CPM 2018 include: Corrosion and Protection of Materials, degradation and stabilization of organic materials and polymers, advanced protection materials, coatings and protective coatings, biodegradable polymers and environmentally friendly materials, technologies and materials. Thanks to this workshop, there will be a plenty of opportunities for researchers and experts to interpret research findings and seek solutions for protecting materials.

The third International Workshop on Corrosion and Protection of Materials –CPM

Representatives took photo at the CPM 2018 workshop

In the workshop, Prof. Dr. Phan Ngoc Minh - Vice president of the VAST on behalf of the President of the VAST, and Prof. Dr. Thai Hoang Director of the Institute for Tropical Technology awarded Medal of Honor to the Prof. Dr. Chang-Sik Ha and Prof. Ajayan Vinu. Prof. Chang-Sik Ha, Senior Researcher at the Department of Polymer Science and Technology, Pusan University, Korea, is the Postdoctoral mentor for many researchers in scientific internship at the Faculty He is one of the members of the International Scientific Advisory Board, contributing actively and effectively to the organization of associations, International scientific conferences. Prof. Ajayan Vinu is Director of the Global Innovative Center for Advanced Nanomaterials, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, Newcastle University, Australia. Professor has provided financial support and instructed many masters and PhD students at the Institute of Tropical Technology, as one of the members of the International Scientific Advisory Board, he has contributed actively and effectively to the organization of international Scientific Conference “CPM” in 2015 and 2018. He also facilitated greater coordination between the Tropical Institute and the Global Innovative Center for Advanced Nanomaterials.

The 4th CPM workshop is going to be held in 2020 in Hanoi for the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Institute of Tropical Technology.

The third International Workshop on Corrosion and Protection of Materials –CPM