The 19th International Congress
on Marine Corrosion and Fouling

June 24-29, 2018 | Melbourne, Florida

Abstract Submission

Abstract Deadlines:

Opening of Abstract Submissions November 15, 2017
Deadline for Abstract Submissions.                    February 16, 2018
Acceptance of Abstracts Early March, 2018
  • IMPORTANT NOTICE: Accepted abstracts will only be included in the Book of Abstracts if payment is completed prior to June 1, 2018.

Abstract Information:

You are kindly invited to submit abstracts for both oral and poster presentations on the ICMCF session topics, which can be found on the Program Page.

Submissions from both academia and industry attendees are encouraged!

The deadline for abstract submission is February 16, 2018.

Submitting authors are required to format their submissions to accommodate the specifications described in the “Call For Abstracts” document, which can be downloaded here.

After accomodating the specifications listed in the Call for Abstracts, please submit your Abstract using the 'Fill-in Boxes' section titled "Online Abstract Submission" located below.

  • IMPORTANT NOTICE: Submission of an abstract does NOT automatically register you as a conference participant. Please make sure to complete ICMCF registration! Conference registration as either a Full Participant or Student is mandatory for all presenting authors.

No one author will be permitted to give more than two presentations (both oral and poster). Similarly, poster presentations that repeat an oral presentation will not be accepted.

Authors will be notified by early March, 2018, of the organizing committee’s decision on their submission.

Online Abstract Submission:


Presentation Guidance

Oral Presentations:

Presentations are 20 minutes in length. It is recommended that your presentation last approximately 15 minutes in order to provide ample time for questions afterward.

Presenters do not need to bring their own PC, as a Windows based laptop with Internet access will be installed at the session room. Presenters will need to upload their PPT to the computer of their respective lecture room the morning of their presentation, to ensure fluidity between sessions. Although the PC will have Internet access, it is advised that presenters bring their PPT on a USB in the case that Internet access is lost. If you are going to be using special equipment, such as slide projectors, you should be at the meeting room 15 minutes before the start of your session to ensure your presentation will work properly.

All presentations need to be in either PowerPoint (PPT) or PDF format, and titled correctly: “DayofPresentation_AuthorSurname.FileFormat”

  • Example: “Mon_Hunsucker.ppt”
  • Example: “Tue_Ralston.pdf”

Poster Presentations:

Poster Presentations are scheduled for Tuesday (June 26) from XXX to XXX, at the Crowne Plaza Melbourne - Oceanfront XXX room.

Presenters should arrive half an hour prior to the commencement of the Poster Reception to ensure enough time for set up.

Drinks and appetizers will be made available for the duration of the reception.

  • IMPORTANT NOTICE: Posters must be approximately 3' x 4' (feet) and in portrait orientation (91.5cm x 122cm OR 36in x 48in).