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The 16th Middle East Corrosion Conference and Exhibition (16MECC)Bahrain Society of Engineers3, Manama, Bahrain
The event will be held on February 8th- 11th 2016, at the Gulf International Convention Center, Gulf Hotel in Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain.
The 16MECC is organized by NACE Dhahran Saudi Arabia Section and the Bahrain Society of Engineers.
The biennial corrosion conference and exhibition was launched in 1979 and has accompanied the development of the Gulf region into becoming the global capital of reliable energy. It is recognized as a prime venue for sharing knowledge among professionals in all areas of corrosion mitigation. The number of professional and industrial delegates has steadily grown to cover all aspects of corrosion with representatives from the four corners of the globe. The 15th MECC witnessed over 120 technical papers presented over 2 and a half days in three parallel tracks. The conference also proved an excellent recruitment vehicle of international talents. Major regional and universal companies and organizations have always played a significant role in the success of the conference.
The 16MECC technical program will have plenary lectures by distinguished international figures. Various disciplines of corrosion prevention and control will be covered in the different sessions of the technical program. The technical program also includes workshop sessions on different aspects of corrosion provided by world authority figures.
The exhibition, running concurrently with the conference, will provide the stage for the latest developments in products, solutions and methodologies in the corrosion industry. The 15th MECC showed progressive growth in terms of registration, sponsorship, exhibitors and the presentation of first class technical papers from the region and around the world with more than 600 registered delegates and 80 exhibitors. The conference was sponsored by 24 organizations.