25th April

Plenary  Session

In 2018, it was  considered as the most severe year of environmental protection and was also  the year of the 13th Five-Year Plan on Science, Technology and Innovation by  2030 and Industry 4.0. Blue sky protection campaign, intelligent  manufacturing, deep-sea strategy, special coatings R&D, development of  new anti-fouling resin will remain hot in 2019. This foru-m will combine  national policies, industrial environment and scientific frontiers to explore  directions for the future development of material enterprises, equipment  suppliers, user units and scientific research units.


Current status  and future of marine corrosion and protection.

Development of  Low-cost while high-performance steel materials.

The demand and  development of key materials for deep-sea space station.

Evaluation  standards of stainless steel corrosion.

Interpretation  of "Three-Year Plan on Blue Sky Protection Campaign”.

Biosafety  study of new anti-fouling agents.

Application of  high performance sealing materials in marine anti-corrosion field.

Development  status and trends of environmentally friendly and high-performance marine  coatings.

Analysis and  application of relevant standards for marine heavy-duty coatings.

Prospects of  anti-corrosion coatings with high thermal conductivity.

Design  standards to ensure coating life.

Intelligent  manufacturing (Such as cathode protection, surface treatment, spraying,  underwater damage detection methods, etc.)

More topics  are coming out soon...

Speakers from

Chinese  Academy of Engineering, Wuhan Iron and Steel (Group) Company, China Ship  Scien-tific Research Center, Fudan University, Chinese Academy of  Environmental Planning, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology,  Luoyang Ship Material Research Institute, CNOO-C Changzhou Paint and Coatings  Industry Research Institute , Institute of Oceanology, CAS, etc.

26th April

Sub-form on  Shipping

Equipment is the key in  the deep-ocean strategy. With the launch of domestic aircraft carrier  and“Deep Sea No.1”which is the mother ship of “Jiaolong”the manned  subm-ersible, China has achieved remarkable results in deep-sea strategy and  surpassed South Korea and Japan to become the world's largest shipbuilding  country. This sub-forum mai-nly discusses hot topics such as composites for  ships, environmental protection requirements for the shipbuilding industry,  localization of anti-fouling resins, special materials and coatings for  ships, etc.


Jianhua Wu,  chief scientist of the “973 Project on Marine Corrosion”, as well as director  of State Key Laboratory of Marine Corrosion and Protection

Cooperating Organization

CSSC Guangzhou  Huangpu Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.

Yangfan Group  Co., Ltd.


Development  status and demand for related materials of Chinese shipping industry.

Current status  and future development of environmental protection in shipbuilding industry.

Application of  advanced composite materials in "Deep Sea No.1"

Requirements  of composite materials in shipping industry.

High-performance  marine steel.

New materials  and technologies for ship coating. (Such as low-surface treatment coatings,  new rust removers)

Research on  marine water-based coatings with ultra-high solids content.

Development  and application of self-polishing zwitterionic anti-fouling resin with its  main chain degradable.

Application of  hydrolyzed tin-free self-polishing anti-fouling coatings in shipping.

Research on  silicone anti-fouling coatings based on hydrogel technology.

Marine  anti-fouling solutions based on UV-LED technology.

Development of  high-performance marine coatings

Application  cases of anti-shock coatings in icebreaker.

Anti-fouling  coating system for aircraft carrier.

More topics  are coming out soon...

Speakers from

China  Association of the National Shipbuilding Industry, DNV GL, China Ship  Scientific Resea-rch Center, Luoyang Ship Material Research Institute, Nanjing  Iron & Steel Co., Ltd., Xiamen branch of Luoyang Ship Material Research  Institute, South China University of Technology,

Zhoushan Marine Corrosion Institute  of Central Research Institute of Iron and Steel, AkzoNo-bel, Naval Equipment  Research Institute, Hydrex, Naval Equipment Technology Institute, etc.,

26th April

Sub-forum on  Marine Energy Development Equipment

China's offshore wind  power installed capacity will be 30 million kilowatts by 2020, which is a  huge business opportunity for 5MW, 6MW, and even larger wind turbine  companies. Ne-arly 70% of our oil are imported. At present, the main growth  points and energy support of China's oil production come from offshore and  deep-water areas. In particular, the deep-water area has become the main  battlefield of the world oil industry and the frontier of technological  innovation. However, the harsh marine environment has brought severe  challenges to development equipment for marine resource. This sub-forum  mainly focuses on hot topics such as the challenges under the trend of larger  wind turbines, the protection of blade leading edge, the development status  and challenges of equipment for deep-water oil and gas fields, the  standardization of anti-corrosion coating system for drilling platforms, the  development of deep-sea oil and gas pipelines, high-performance thin  fireproof coatings for submarine oil and gas pipelines, etc.


Yong Bai,  academician of Norwegian Institute of Technology, as well as professor of  Zhejiang University.

Chunyong Huo,  vice president of CNPC Tubular Goods Research Institute

Cooperating Organization

Jiangsu  Longyuan Wind Power Co., Ltd.


Challenges  under the trend of larger wind turbines.

Forecast of  Chinese offshore wind power market.

Challenges of  anti-corrosion maintenance of offshore structures.

Development of  marine structure corrosion monitoring technology.

Corrosion and  protection of wind turbine blade leading edge.

Application  prospect of water-based paint in offshore wind turbine blades.

Protection  materials and technology for marine blades.

Protection  life assessment of marine blade protection systems.

Application of  protective coatings for olefin-type graphene wind power equipment.

Current status  and challenges of technical equipment in deep-water oil and gas fields.

Development of  deep-sea oil and gas pipelines.

Corrosion  analysis and protection of offshore petroleum facilities.

Corrosion and  maintenance of submarine pipelines.

Test on  anti-corrosion coating and its key performance in deep-sea pipelines.  

More topics  are coming out soon...

Speakers from

Marine  business department of Goldwind, Bloomberg NEF, NACE InternationalGuangdong and  Hong Kong Section, Qingdao Marine Corrosion Research Institute, Xinjiang  Goldwind Science Technology Co., Ltd., Jiangsu Haili Wind Power Equipment  Technology Co., Ltd., CNOOC Research Center, Norwegian Institute of  Technology, China National Offshore Oil Corporation, CNOOC Offshore Oil  Engineering Co., Ltd., PetroChina Pipeline R&D Center, etc.

26th April

Sub-form on  Coastal Facilities

Nearly 40 Chinese ports  have reached a cargo throughput of 100 million tons, and this number is  continuously increasing. The completion of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge  marks the finish of China’s 9th cross-sea bridges. Nuclear power development  is an important national strategy in China. In the next 20 years, there will  be a new reacto-r start every three months in China. As a big infrastructure  country, China has created one after another coastal engineering marvels.  This sub-forum will focus on corrosion and protection issues in cross-sea  bridges, nuclear power plants, port machinery and termina-ls.


Huaxiong Ma, director of Institute of Anti-corrosion Technology,  Tianjin Port Engineering

Institute Co., Ltd. of CCCC First Harbor Engineering  Co., Ltd.


Joint  protection technology of “SEBF/SLF high-performance coating plus sacrificial  anode" used in Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge.

Development of  cross-sea bridge cables with high-performance and high-weather-resistant.

Application of  asphalt in Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge.

Application  cases of high-performance concrete in cross-sea bridges.

Application of  high performance marine cement in Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge.

Application of  high-strength rebar in pavement of sea-crossing bridges.

Safety  research and evaluation of nuclear power plant services.

Anti-corrosion  test and demands for operation and maintenance of coastal nuclear power  plants.

Application of  graphene anticorrosive coatings in nuclear power plants.

Corrosion  management and data application in nuclear power plants.

Experience sharing  of advanced anti-corrosion and anti-fouling methods at international port  terminals.

Experience  sharing of port facility protection.

New machine  painting process in Hong Kong.

Progress of  the integration of coatings and painting process.

More topics  are coming out soon...

Speakers from

Institute of  metal research SINOPEC NANJING CHEMICAL INDUSTIRES CO. LTD. Shell  

Group of CompaniesJiangsu Academy of Building SciencesChina  Resources Cement Holdings LimitedJiangsu Zhongtian Iron & Steel Group  Co., LTDNational Center for Materials Service SafetyChina Nuclear  Power Operation Management Co., Ltd.China Institute of

Atomic EnergySuzhou Nuclear  Power Research InstituteIndonesia Port Corporation

Institute of Anti-corrosion Technology, Tianjin Port Engineering  Institute Co., Ltd. of CCCC

First Harbor Engineering Co., Ltd.Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.Coating  

research institute of SANY Heavy Industry Co., Ltd., etc.

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