- The course will not take place in March 2021 as planned, due to the still on-going COVID-19 restrictions.
- All registrations will be transferred to the next available course dates. A foreseen possibility is in the second half of September 2021, provided that COVID-19 regulations at that time allow this.
- The final dates for the September 2021 course edition will be announced not later than mid July 2021
*note – at the event of fully booked course (or unforeseen course cancellations) the registrations will be transferred to the next available course dates
The course on Corrosion Science & Corrosion Control for Infrastructure (CSC2I) is an interdisciplinary course, encompassing fundamental aspects of corrosion science & technology, corrosion control and materials’ science for civil engineering.
The course targets material classes as metals & alloys, concrete, coatings & composites. Corrosion-induced degradation and corrosion protection for main infrastructure will be discussed, including steel structures, with an emphasis on reinforced concrete structures.
In view of the broad and challenging world of Corrosion Science & Technology, especially considering the scope and reach of infrastructure-related phenomena, The Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences at TU Delft offers this annual course as an alliance of lectures and practical sessions. The course encompasses theoretical background and fundamental knowledge in electrochemistry in view of metals’ corrosion, together with hands-on sessions – intensive practical sessions on corrosion knowledge application (lab and semi-field).