Information

HTCPM2021 Conference goes 100% virtual  and according to the same program.
Same dates: 28 March – 2 April 2021

Registration

All registration and payment stay confirmed.

 

The virtual rate is now available for all of you, with a special rate of 400€!

All the conferences will be on video either in live or replay.

 

WARNING! There are two ways for French participants to be reimbursed: 

- If you want to cancel your registration, you can ask for a full reimbursment (And if you are author, please inform us if you want to cancel your communication before February 15th).

- If you want to take part in the virtual congress, we can pay you back the difference. 

Please let us know by sending an email to  ( @ )htcpm2020(at)toulouse-inp.fr (htcpm2020 @ toulouse-inp.fr)

To be reimburse, do not forget to enclose your Organisation's international bank account number (IBAN), and the name of the Organisation.

 

For new participant, click here to register: Online registration

 

Next deadline

February 2021: Notification of manuscript acceptance in "Oxidation of Metals"

February 14, 2021:  Deadline for the abstract submission (poster only)

 

March 28th - April 2nd 2021: VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

Topic

The goal of the symposium is to capture the current research and scientific understanding related to high temperature corrosion of materials.

 

Since 1989, HTCPM is organized  every four years on Les Embiez Island, France. The first edition of this conference wad held in 1986 in Marseille, France.

 

HTCPM 2020 is jointly organised by the Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France (UGA), Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US (ORNL), Toulouse Institut National Polytechnique, France (Toulouse INP), Université de Lorraine, France (Lorraine U) and Université de Bourgogne, France (Bourgne U).

 

The conference is supported by 

   

   

L' Îles des Embiez

    L'île des Embiez is a French island located one kilometre from six-fours-Les-Plages near Toulon, in the South of the country.

    Today, the island became much more significant in terms of tourism. It has several hotels and apartments available for rent and nice restaurants. The port can welcome 150 boats in stopover per day.

    Various water and land activities are offered such as diving, kayaking, paddle and tennis. Bike and boat rentals are possible on the island, as well as the possibility to make a guided tour of the island on a small train. 

Contact

INP Toulouse

6 allée Emile Monso - BP 34038

31029 Toulouse Cedex 4

05 34 32 31 12

htcpm2020(at)inp-toulouse.fr