Thank you for being a part of the NACE CORROSION 2013 Technical Committee Symposia. The success of our symposia is made possible by you, as your participation is a direct contribution to current topics of research and technology in the field of corrosion.
The technical committee symposium papers are peer reviewed and will be published as part of the CORROSION 2013 conference proceedings. Additionally, presenting authors are eligible to receive a one day complimentary registration at CORROSION 2013 on the day of their presentation and are invited to attend a Speakers’ Breakfast on that day also, where they will meet with their Symposium Chair and Vice Chair as well as with other presenting authors in their symposium.
This Web site is dedicated to providing you with the resources to submit a high-quality paper and to help familiarize you with NACE policies. These resources are also available in Paper Trail, under the “Resources” tab.
On this page you will find the following:
Instructions for Using Paper Trail—
We are pleased to present our new online paper submission system, Paper Trail. Paper Trail was designed in-house by our IT department and is accessible through the NACE Web site. Members are able to log in using their NACE username/password. After logging in and being taken to the member “Profile” page, authors, symposium chairs, and paper reviewers will have access to a “Paper Trail” button they can click to enter the system.
CORROSION 2013 Paper Templates—
We strongly encourage you to use a paper template as you begin to write your paper. The template will help guide you through the style requirements required for your paper to be approved for presentation. Two templates are available: a template for papers with one or two authors (single author), and a template for papers with three or more authors (multiple authors).
Included on this page is a high-quality paper that has been formatted in accordance with NACE style requirements. This paper has been provided courtesy of Kevin T. Milici.
All authors must submit a completed copyright form to NACE before they may present their papers. When you turn in your final paper, you will be asked to submit your copyright electronically through the Paper Trail system.