International Congress on
Marine Corrosion and Fouling (ICMCF)

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SUNDAY, 6th July 2014

3.00pm – 6.00pm

REGISTRATION & HIGH TEA

MONDAY, 7th July 2014

8.30am

REGISTRATION

9.00am

WELCOME ADDRESS BY MR ANDREW SCARDINO

DSTO Australia, Chair of COIPM

9.05am

OPENING ADDRESS BY  MR ANDREW TAN

Chief Executive, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore

9.15am

D1 - 50TH ANNIVERSARY LECTURE: DISSECTING THE BIOLOGY / MATERIALS INTERFACE FOR INNOVATIVE

ANTIFOULING SOLUTION
Professor James Callow, Emeritus Professor of Plant Science, School of Biosciences,

University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

10.00am

 NETWORK TEA

 

TRACK A - AUDITORIUM

TRACK B – LT 52

MICROALGAL FOULING AND ADHESION PROCESSES
Session Chair: Professor James Callow

FOULING AS A VECTOR FOR INVASIVE SPECIES
Session Chair: Dr Eugene Georgiades

10.30am

1A - KEYNOTE: UNDERSTANDING THE FUNDAMENTAL MECHANISMS OF MICROBIAL ADHESION AND COLONISATION –  ASSAYING METHODS TO ASSIST IN THE FUTURE DESIGN OF FOULING RESISTANT COATINGS
Dr Paul Molino, University of Wollongong, Australia

1B - KEYNOTE: RISK ASSESSMENT FOR VESSEL BIOFOULING - HOW GOOD ARE WE AT PREDICTING RISK AND COMPLIANCE?
Dr Graeme Inglis, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, New Zealand

11.15am

1A - ORAL 1: CHEMICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL CUES GUIDE SETTLEMENT OF ALGAL ZOOSPORES
Axel Rosenhahn, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany

1B - ORAL 1: GLOBAL PATTERNS OF NONINDIGENOUS SPECIES SPREAD VIA BIOFOULING
Erin Grey, University of Notre Dame, United States

11.30am

1A - ORAL 2: DIATOM COMMUNITY STRUCTURE ON IN-SERVICE SHIP HULLS
Kelli Zargiel, Florida Institute of Technology, United States

1B - ORAL 2: SHUFFLING SIME: LINKING BIOFILM ORIGIN TO FOULING COMMUNITY COMPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT
Holly Sweat, Florida Institute of Technology, United States

11.45am

1A - ORAL 3: ISOLATION AND BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF UNDERWATER ADHESIVES FROM DIATOMS
Nicole Poulsen, B CUBE/TU Dresden, Germany

1B - ORAL 3: NEXT-GENERATION DETECTION OF NON-INDIGENOUS SPECIES FROM BIOFILM COMMUNITIES OF MARINE VESSELS
Xavier Pochon, Cawthron Institute, New Zealand

 

TRACK A - AUDITORIUM

TRACK B – LT 52

BIOCIDAL ANTIFOULING TECHNOLOGIES
Session Chair: Mr David Stark

FOULING AS A VECTOR FOR INVASIVE SPECIES
(Continue)

12.00pm

1A - KEYNOTE: THE TANKER INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE – MODERN ANTIFOULING SYSTEMS: EXPERIENCE AND IMPACTS
Mr Tim Wilkins, INTERTANKO, Singapore

                                                                 

1B - INVITED: MUSSELS, CRABS AND SLIME: FILTHY BOTTOMS TRAVELLING THE GLOBE
Dr Justin McDonald, Biosecurity, Department of Fisheries, Western Australia, Australia

1B - ORAL 4: ANTICIPATING BIOINVASION RISKS IN A COASTAL CONTEXT
Daniel Kluza, Ministry for Primary Industries, New Zealand

12.45pm

1A - ORAL 1: OVERVIEW AND REPORT ON THE STATUS OF THE FP7-EU PROJECT LEAF - LOW EMISSION ANTIFOULING
Emiliano Pinori, SP  Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Sweden

1B - ORAL 5: MARINE BIOSECURITY IN HAWAII: PROGRESS IN MANAGING VESSEL BIOFOULING
Sonia Gorgula, Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources, United States

1.00pm

1A - ORAL 2: THE EFFICACY OF COPPER-BASED ANTIFOULING COATINGS
Colin Anderson, Ilara Consulting Ltd, United States

1B - ORAL 6: MARINE BIOFOULING ON RECREATIONAL BOATS ON SWING MOORINGS AND BERTHS
Oriana Brine, Ministry for Primary Industries, New Zealand

1.15pm

1A - ORAL 3: NON-COVALENT AFFINITY BETWEEN BIOCIDES AND MATRIX COMPONENTS – FRIEND OR FOE
Mattias Berglin, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Sweden

1B - ORAL 7: THE BIOFOULING PROBLEM: NEW (AND IMPROVED) ZEALAND DEVELOPMENTS, REGULATORY AND TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS
Eugene Georgiades, Ministry for Primary Industries,
New Zealand

1.30pm

LUNCH (NOT PROVIDED)

 

TRACK A - AUDITORIUM

TRACK B – LT 52

BIOCIDAL ANTIFOULING TECHNOLOGIES
(Continue)

REGULATORY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
Session Chair: Mr John Lewis

2.30pm

1A - INVITED: IMPACT OF THE REGULATORY FRAMEWORK ON INNOVATION IN THE ANTIFOULING MARKET – AN ACTIVE SUBSTANCE SUPPLIER’S PERSPECTIVE
Dr Rodolphe Querou, Dow Microbial Control, France

1B - KEYNOTE: MANAGING FOULING - REGULATORY CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Dr Naomi Parker, Ministry for Primary Industries, New Zealand

3.00pm

1A - ORAL 4: GEL ENCAPSULATED BIOCIDES PROFOUNDLY REDUCING BIOCIDE AND METAL CONTENT IN ANTI-FOULING PAINT
Eva Wallstrröm, EnCoat ApS, Denmark

3.15pm

1A - ORAL 5: POLYGODIAL : A PROMISING ALTERNATIVE TO CONVENTIONAL ANTIFOULING BIOCIDES
Patrick Cahill, Cawthron Institute, New Zealand

1B - ORAL 1: COPPER BASED ANTIFOULING - LATEST REGULATIONS AND SCIENCE
Neal Blossom, American Chemet Corporation, United States

3.30pm

1A - ORAL 6: 15 YEARS OF PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT – LESSONS LEARNED FROM SELEKTOPE
Lena Lindblad, I-Tech AB, Sweden

1B - ORAL 2: LIFE CYCLE CONTRIBUTIONS OF COPPER FROM VESSEL PAINTING
Kevin Long, Regulatory Compliance Ltd., United Kingdom

3.45pm

1A - ORAL 7: INCLUSION OF AN ISOTHIAZOLINONE-BASED BIOCIDE INTO RUBBERY SUBSTRATES: MODELING DISPERSION/DEPLETION RATES AND MEASURING INDUCED CHANGES IN SUBSTRATE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
Thomas Romatowski, U.S. Navy/NUWC Newport, United States

1B - ORAL 3: REASSESSMENT OF ANTIFOULING BIOCIDES IN NEW ZEALAND
Matthew Allen, Environmental Protection Authority, New Zealand

4.00pm

TEA BREAK

 

TRACK A - AUDITORIUM

TRACK B – LT 52

BIOCIDAL ANTIFOULING TECHNOLOGIES
(Continue)

REGULATORY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
(Continue)

4.30pm

1A - ORAL 8: BEYOND SPC – LUBYON®, A NEW SUPERHYDROPHILIC FOULING CONTROL POLYMER TECHNOLOGY
Alistair Finnie, AkzoNobel/International Paint, United Kingdom

1B - INVITED: THE NEW EUROPEAN BIOCIDAL PRODUCTS REGULATION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR ANTIFOULING PRODUCT FORMULATORS – A PRACTICAL REVIEW
Mrs Linda Jones, Annex3 Consulting, Netherlands

4.45pm

1A - ORAL 9: FROM IDEA TO A NEW ANTI-FOULING PRODUCT

Hans Elwing, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

5.00pm

1A - ORAL 10: COPPER SELECTIVE LBL FILMS AND COPPER NANOWIRES FOR ANTIFOULING APPLICATIONS
Dominik Janczewski, IMRE, A*STAR, Singapore

1B - ORAL 4: NEW METHOD FOR RELEASE RATE DETERMINATIONS FOR ANTIFOULING PRODUCTS
Erik Ytreberg, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

5.15pm

1A - ORAL 11: ANTIBARNACLE ACTIVITY OF ISOCYANIDES DERIVED FROM AMINO ACIDS
Yoshikazu Kitano, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan

1B - ORAL 5: MIXTURE TOXICITY IN ANTIFOULING PAINT RISK ASSESSMENT
Kevin Long, Regulatory Compliance Ltd., United Kingdom

5.30pm

1A - ORAL 12: SYNTHESIS AND ANTIFOULING PROPERTIES IN MICROFOULING STAGE OF HYBRID ZINC/SILYL ACRYLATE COPOLYMERS FOR MARINE ANTIFOULING
Rongrong Chen, Harbin Engineering University, China

1B - ORAL 6: SHADES OF GREEN: ASSESSING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL BENIGN CHEMICALS IN ANTIFOULING BIOCIDE DEVELOPMENT
Christina Chai, NUS and ICES, A*STAR, Singapore

5.45pm

1A - ORAL 13: FROM DINGHY TO DELUXE – AN OVERVIEW OF THE CHALLENGES IN FOULING CONTROL FACED IN THE PLEASURE CRAFT MARKET
Cait Cairns, AkzoNobel/International Paint, United Kingdom

1B - ORAL 7: FORMATION OF REGULATED CHLORINATION BY-PRODUCT IN THE COOLING SEAWATER DISCHARGE OF A NUCLEAR POWER PLANT
Kamala Kanta Satpathy, Department of Atomic Energy, India

6.00pm

BUS DEPART FOR INDUSTRY NIGHT

(OPEN TO ALL PARTICIPANTS)

TUESDAY, 8th July 2014

8.30am

D2  - PLENARY 1: MICROBIAL BIOFILMS – BIOLOGY AND CONTROL
Professor Staffan Kjelleberg, Director, Singapore Centre on Environmental Life Sciences Engineering,
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Co-Director, the Centre for Marine Bio-Innovation,
University of New South Wales, Australia

9.20am

SHORT BREAK

 

TRACK A - AUDITORIUM

TRACK B – LT 52

BIOFILMS AND MICROBIAL FOULING
Session Chair: Professor Peter Steinberg

NEW APPROACHES FOR ANTIFOULING
Session Chair: Professor Robert Lamb

9.30am

2A - KEYNOTE: MICROBIAL FOULING OF MEMBRANES AND STRATEGIES FOR CONTROL
A/Prof Scott Rice, University of New South Wales, Australia; SCELSE, Singapore

2B - KEYNOTE: SEAWATER ABUNDANT COPPER IONS - SELECTIVE AND EFFICIENT COPPER UPTAKE AND RELEASE AS A NEW ANTIFOULING MECHANISM
Dr Mikael Larsson, The Ian Wark Research Institute, University of South Australia, Australia

10.15am

2A - ORAL 1: MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES ON SEAWEEDS
Peter Steinberg, Sydney institute of Marine Science Australia; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

2B - ORAL 1: COMPARATIVE ANTIFOULING PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED HYDROPHOBIC, SUPERHYDROPHOBIC, FLUOROCARBON AND NOVEL SURFACES
Raymond Shane Addleman, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, United States

10.30am

2A - ORAL 2: ANTI- AND PROFOULING EFFECTS: CHEMICAL MAINTENANCE OF THE HOLOBIONT FUCUS VESICULOSUS?
Mahasweta Saha, GEOMAR, Germany

2B - ORAL 2: ELECTROACTIVE POLYMERS: A NEW ANTIFOULING CONCEPT FOR MARINE APPLICATIONS
Christine Bressy, University of Toulon, France

10.45am

2A - ORAL 3: GROWTH ON CHITIN SURFACES PROTECTS VIBRIO CHOLERAE FROM PREDATION
Diane McDougald, Singapore Centre on Environmental Life Sciences Engineering, Singapore

2B - ORAL 3: AERATION METHODS FOR IMPROVED HULL FOULING PREVENTION: USING STANDARD AIR AND LOW DOSE ELEMENTAL IODINE INFUSED BUBBLES FOR ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL INTERACTION
Natasha Dickenson, Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport, United States

11.00am

COFFEE BREAK

 

TRACK A - AUDITORIUM

TRACK B – LT 52

BIOFILMS AND MICROBIAL FOULING
(Continue)

NEW APPROACHES FOR ANTIFOULING
(Continue)

11.30am

2A - INVITED: MARINE BIOFILMS ASSOCIATED WITH ANTIFOULING COATINGS: OUR FRIENDS OR ENEMIES?
Prof Sergey Dobretsov, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman

2B - ORAL 4: PHOTOSYNTHETICALLY-DRIVEN MARINE ANTIFOULING, PITTING NATURE AGAINST NATURE
Alex Wu, The University of Melbourne, Australia                           

2B - ORAL 5: PREVENTION OF BIO-FOULING BY USING UV-LIGHT EMISSION OUTWARDS FROM THE SHIP HULL
Bart Salters, Philips Research, Netherlands

12.00pm

2A - ORAL 4: SPATIO-TEMPORAL VARIATION OF THE MARINE BIOFILM COMMUNITES COLONIZING ANTIFOULING COATINGS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA VS THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
Jean-François Briand, MAPIEM, France

2B - ORAL 6: TEXTURED, BIOCIDAL ANTIFOULING SURFACES FABRICATED FROM PHOTOLITHOGRAPHY WAFERS
Liam Rhys Goodes, National Centre for Advanced Tribology at Southampton, United Kingdom

12.15pm

2A - ORAL 5: WHEN MARINE MICROBES MEET MICRO-FABRICATED POLYDIMETHYL-SILOXANE SURFACES
Gee Chong Ling, Centre For Marine Bio-Innovations, Australia

2B - ORAL 7: ANTIFOULING PROPERTIES OF SELF-ASSEMBLED HONEYCOMB-STRUCTURED POROUS FILMS AGAINST BARNACLES
Murosaki Takayuki, Tohoku University, Japan

12.30pm

2A - ORAL 6LABORATORY AND FIELD TESTING OF ANTIFOULING BIOCIDES TETHERED TO ORGANIC POLYMER COATING COMPONENTS AGAINST MARINE BIOFILMS
Maria Salta, University of Southampton, United Kingdom

2B - ORAL 8: THE DEVELOPMENT AND ANTIFOULING EVALUATION OF HIERARCHICAL MACRO AND MICRO TOPOGRAPHIES DEVELOPED WITH BENCHTOP METHODS
Felicia Wong Yen Myan, University of Nottingham Ningbo Campus, China

12.45pm

2A - ORAL 7: MICROBIAL FOULING ON COMMERCIAL BIOCIDAL FOULING CONTROL COATINGS
Thirumahal Muthukrishnan, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman

2B - ORAL 9: STUDY ON BIOMIMETIC OF SHELL SURFACE MICROSTRUCTURE FOR SHIP ANTIFOULING AND DRAG REDUCTION
Xiuqin Bai, Wuhan University of Technology, China

1.00pm

LUNCH (NOT PROVIDED)

 

TRACK A - AUDITORIUM

TRACK B – LT 52

BIOFILMS AND MICROBIAL FOULING
(Continue)

ADVANCES IN COATING TECHNOLOGY
Session Chair: Professor Dean Webster

2.00pm

2A - ORAL 8: METABOLOMICS AND METABOLOMIC IMAGING OF BIOFILMS ON CORRODING CARBON STEEL SURFACES
Jan Sunner, University of Oklahoma, United States

2B - KEYNOTE: HYDROGEL-BASED FOULING CONTROL COATINGS
Dr Stefan Olsen, Hempel A/S, Denmark

2.15pm

2A - ORAL 9: INVESTIGATION OF MARINE BACTERIAL ATTACHMENT AND BIOFILM FORMATION ON TITANIUM SURFACES
Masoumeh Moradi, Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering, China

2.30pm

2A - ORAL 10: BIOFILM FORMATION PROCESSESS ON STEEL SURFACE REVEALED BY AFM 
Nobumitsu Hirai, Suzuka National College of Technology, Japan

2.45pm

2A - ORAL 11: POTENTIAL ANTIFOULING ACTIVITY OF TROPICAL MICROALGAE EXTRACTS FOR MARINE COATING APPLICATION
Claudia Zea Obando, Laboratoire de Biotechnologie et Chimie Marine, France

2B - ORAL 1: RAFT-SYNTHESIZED HYDROLYZABLE DIBLOCK COPOLYMERS WITH LOW SURFACE ENERGY: NEW POLYMER BINDERS FOR FRC/SPC HYBRID ANTIFOULING COATINGS
Marlene Lejars, MAPIEM Laboratory - University of Toulon, France

3.00pm

2A - ORAL 12: THE DEVELOPMENT OF DIATOM BIOFILMS ON FOULING RELEASE COATINGS UNDER DYNAMIC CULTURE CONDITIONS
John Finlay, Newcastle University, United Kingdom

2B - ORAL 2:  FABRICATION ON AN ANTIFOULING COATING  WITH LOW SURFACE ENERGY AND A BIO-INSPIRED MICROSTRUCTURE
Li Yunqiu, National University of Defense Technology, China

 

 

2B - ORAL 3: SURFACE CHARGE TUNING OF LAYER-BY-LAYER ASSEMBLY FOR MARINE ANTIFOULING APPLICATIONS
Zhu Xiaoying, IMRE, ASTAR, Singapore

3.30pm

TEA BREAK

 

TRACK A - AUDITORIUM

TRACK B – LT 52

NEW METHODS FOR EVALUATION OF ANTIFOULING
Session Chair: Professor Axel Rosenhahn

ADVANCES IN COATING TECHNOLOGY
(Continue)

4.00pm

2A - KEYNOTE: QUANTIFYING CYPRIDS’ BIORESPONSE AS A PERFORMANCE-RELEVANT MEASUREMENT OF ENGINEERED SURFACES
Dr William Birch, Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), Singapore

2B - ORAL 4: SELF-POLISHING ULTRA LOW FOULING ZWITTERIONIC-BASED MARINE COATINGS

Shaoyi Jiang, University of Washington, United States

2B - ORAL 5: NEW ZWITTERIONIC AND ION PAIR POLYMERS: SYNTHESIS TO EVALUATION AS ANTIFOULING POLYMERS IN THE MARINE ATMOSPHERE
Satyasankar Jana, Institute of Chemical and Engineering Sciences (ICES), Singapore

2B - ORAL 6: "LOW FOULING" AND “HIGH FOULING-RELEASE" ZWITTER/PDMS MARINE COATINGS
Xuewei Xu, Zwitter Technology LLC, United States

4.45pm

2A - ORAL 1: A LABORATORY BASED BIOFILM ASSAY AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADVANCED “SLIME” RELEASE COATING TECHNOLOGIES
Kevin Reynolds, AkzoNobel, United Kingdom

2B - ORAL 7: SEAWATER HYDROLYZABLE GRAFT AND BLOCK PDMS-BASED COPOLYMERS: HOW DOES THE ARCHITECTURE AFFECT THE ANTIFOULING PERFORMANCES OF COATINGS
Christine Bressy, University of Toulon, France

5.00pm

2A - ORAL 2: INTEGRATION OF AN IMAGING SPR FACILITY IN A TIRF MICROSCOPE – IMPROVED SPATIAL RESOLUTION AND COMPLEMENTARY DATA IN REAL-TIME, LABEL-FREE IMAGING OF BIOADHESION PROCESSES
Thomas Ederth, Linköping University, Sweden

2B - ORAL 8: COMPARISON OF THE BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF PEGYLATED AND FLUORINATED SILOXANE BLOCK COPOLYMERS DISPERSED IN A PDMS MATRIX
Elisa Martinelli, University of Pisa, Italy

5.15pm

2A - ORAL 3: LOW EMISSION ANTIFOULING (LEAF) PROJECT: DEVELOPMENT OF AN ANTI-MACROALGAL ASSAY BASED ON ENZYME INHIBITION
Claire Hellio, University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom

 

5.30pm

BUS DEPART FOR POSTER NIGHT

 (OPEN TO ALL PARTICIPANTS)

WEDNESDAY, 9th July 2014

8.30am

D3 - PLENARY 2: DESIGNING SMALL STRUCTURES TO CONTROL MARINE CORROSION
Dr Harvey Hack, NACE International,
United States

9.20am

SHORT BREAK

 

TRACK A - AUDITORIUM

TRACK B – LT 52

MICROBIOLOGICALLY INFLUENCED CORROSION
Session Chair: A/Professor Daniel Blackwood

MARINE BIOADHESION
Session Chair: Professor Jonathan Wilker

9.30am

3A - KEYNOTE: POTENTIAL ENNOBLEMENT OF STAINLESS STEEL IN NATURAL SEAWATER

Dr Dominique Thierry, French Corrosion Institute, France

3B - KEYNOTE: MUSSEL ADHESION IN A WARMER, HIGH-CO2 WORLD: AN ECOMATERIAL APPROACH
Prof Emily Carrington, University of Washington, United States

10.15am

3A - ORAL 1: IS THE ENZYME ACTIVITY IN MARINE MICROBIAL BIOFILMS A RELIABLE INDICATOR FOR A TEST SYSTEM TO IDENTIFY MICROBIAL INFLUENCED CORROSION IN AN EARLY STAGE?
Tim Heusinger von Waldegge. imare GmbH, Germany

3B - ORAL 1: COMPOSITION MORPHOLOGY AND FORMATION OF CALCAREOUS SHELL OF HYDROIDES DIANTHUS AND H. ELEGANS AND CONTROL OF THEIR SETTLEMENT ON SURFACES
Nikhil Gunari, University of Toronto, Canada

10.30am

3A - ORAL 2: THE EFFECT OF HOST MEDIA ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF MICROBIOLOGICALLY INFLUENCED CORROSION (MIC)
Muhammad Awais Javed, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

3B - ORAL 2: SEA STAR TENACITY IS MEDIATED BY A PROTEIN THAT FRAGMENTS, THEN AGGREGATES
Elise Hennebert, University of Mons, Belgium

10.45am

3A - ORAL 3: CARBON STEEL CORROSION INDUCED BY A COLD-GROWING ENRICHMENT CULTURE ISOLATED FROM THE DEN HELDER HARBOR
Felipe Leon, ENDURES BV, Netherlands

3B - ORAL 3:  BACTERIOATTRACTIVE AND BACTERIOCIDAL EFFECTS OF BARNACLE SETTLEMENT AND DISRUPTION ON SILICONE SURFACES
Tara Essock-Burns, Duke University Marine Lab, United States

11.00am

COFFEE BREAK

 

TRACK A - AUDITORIUM

TRACK B – LT 52

MICROBIOLOGICALLY INFLUENCED CORROSION
(Continue)

MARINE BIOADHESION
(Continue)

11.30am

3A - INVITED: CORROSION UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF BIOFILM OF MARINE ENVIRONMENT
Dr Valeriy Alain Karpov, IEE RAS, Russia

3B - INVITED: HOMOLOGOUS BUT NOT SIMILAR: THE ADHESIVE PROTEINS OF STALKED AND ACORN BARNACLES
Dr Anne Marie Power, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland

12.00pm

3A - ORAL 4: A TRIAL FOR MIC STUDY USING A CIRCULATION-TYPE LABORATORY BIOFILM REACTOR
Hideyuki Kanematsu, Suzuka National College of Technology, Japan

3B - ORAL 4: NON-SPECIFIC ADSORPTION OF BARNACLE SETTLEMENT-INDUCING PROTEIN C=COMPLEX (SIPC) TO DIFFERENT SURFACE CHEMISTRIES, MEASURED USING SURFACE PLASMON RESONANCE
Luigi Petrone, Linköping University, Sweden

12.15pm

3A - ORAL 5: BIOCIDAL MECHANISM OF IODINE BY IODIDE-OXIDIZING BACTERIA (IOB) ISOLATED FROM BRINE IN NATURAL-GAS RELATED FACILITIES
Kazuhiko Miyanaga, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

3B - ORAL 5: SYNERGISTIC ROLES FOR LIPIDS AND PROTEINS IN THE PERMANENT ADHESIVE OF BARNACLE CYPRID LARVAE
Nick Aldred, Newcastle University, United Kingdom

12.30pm 3A - ORAL 6: MICROBIAL CORROSION INFLUENCED BY ELECTROACTIVE BIOFILMS: RECENT PROGRESS ON ELECTROCHEMICAL AND MICROBIOLOGICAL APPROACHES
Jizhou Duan, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
3B - ORAL 6: PROTEOMICS OF BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE ODORS FROM BARNACLES AND OYSTERS

Daniel Rittschof, Duke University, United States

 12.45pm 3A - ORAL 7: THE USE OF CONTINUOUS-OPTIMIZING CONFOCAL REFLECTION MICROSCOPY (COCRM) FOR STUDYING INTERACTIONS OF BACTERIAL ATTACHMENT WITH STAINLESS STEEL WELDS Miyano Yasuyuki, Akita University, Japan 3B - ORAL 7: UNDERSTANDING OYSTER CEMENT - SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES COMPARED TO OTHER BIO-ADHESIVES
Jonathan Wilker, Purdue University, United States

1.00pm

LUNCH (NOT PROVIDED)

 

TRACK A - AUDITORIUM

TRACK B – LT 52

ADVANCES IN ANALYSIS OF CORROSION
Session Chair: Prof Hideyuki Kanematsu

BIOLOGY OF FOULING ORGANISMS
Session Chair: Dr Nick Aldred

2.00pm

3A - KEYNOTE: THE EFFECT OF BIOTIC COMPONENTS ON CORROSION: CURRENT ADVANCES AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES
Prof Iwona Beech, University of Oklahoma, United States

3B - KEYNOTE: THE BIOLOGY OF FOULING ORGANISMS: A FIELD PERSPECTIVE
Prof Geoffrey Swain, Florida Institute of Technology, United States

2.45pm

3A - ORAL 1: EVALUATION OF DIAGNOSTIC METHODS FOR MICROBIOLOGICALLY INFLUENCED CORROSION
Satoshi Wakai, Kobe University, Japan

3B - ORAL 1: AN OVERVIEW OF FOULING SEDENTARY POLYCHAETES

Yan Tao, Key Laboratory of Tropical Marine Bio-resources and Ecology, South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

3.00pm

3A - ORAL 2: QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF INITIAL STAGE OF BIOFOULING USING QUANTITATIVE PCR TARGETING BACTERIAL 16S RRNA GENE
Akiko Ogawa, Suzuka National College of Technology, Japan

3B - ORAL 2: THE EFFECT OF CUES AND CONDITIONING ON THE SETTLEMENT OF MARINE MACROFOULING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Emily Ralston, Institute of Technology, United States

 3.15pm 3A - ORAL 3: APPLICATION OF TRIPLE COMPOSITE FUZZY FUNCTIONS IN PREDICTING SSRT BEHAVIOR OF CARBON STEEL IN ENVIRONMENTS CONTAINING SULPHATE REDUCING AND IRON REDUCING BACTERIAL SPECIES
Hideyuki Kanematsu, Suzuka National College of Technology, Japan
3B - ORAL 3THE EFFECTS OF FEEDING LEVELS AND TEMPERATURE ON GROWTH AND ADHESIVE PRODUCTION IN BALANUS AMPHITRITE
Sheelagh Conlan, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom

3.30pm

TEA BREAK

 

TRACK A - AUDITORIUM

TRACK B – LT 52

RISK MANAGEMENT IN MARINE CORROSION
Session Chair: Dr Brenda Little

BIOLOGY OF FOULING ORGANISMS
(Continue)

4.00pm

3A - KEYNOTE: SEAWATER NUTRIENT POLLUTION AND THE LONG TERM IMMERSION CORROSION OF STEELS

Prof Robert Melchers, University of Newcastle, Australia

3B - INVITED: CHEMICAL AND VISUAL CUES FOR GREGARIOUS SETTLEMENT IN BARNACLES
Prof Kiyotaka Matsumura, Tokyo College of Biotechnology, Japan

3B - ORAL 4: A NEW METHOD TO COMPARE THE POTENTIAL TOXICITY OF FOULING RELEASE COATING LEACHATES ON AMPHIBALANUS AMPHITRITE LARVAE
Giuliano Greco, CNR - ISMAR, Italy

4.45pm

3A - ORAL 1: AN UNDERSTANDING OF ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CAN IMPROVE CORROSION RISK ASSESSMENT IN NATURAL WATERS
Malayappan Eashwar, CSIR - CECRI, India

3B - ORAL 5: INSTANTANEOUS FLOW STRUCTURES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR LARVAL SETTLEMENT: BARNACLE CYPRIDS SWIM TO SETTLE
Lena Granhag, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

5.00pm

3A - ORAL 2: PREDICTING RISK OF MICROBIOLOGICALLY INFLUENCED CORROSION: A STATE OF THE ART REVIEW
Brenda Little, Naval Research, Laboratory, Stennis Space Center, United States

3B - ORAL 6: EFFECT OF LECTINS ON CONSPECIFIC SHELL EXTRACT-INDUCED SETTLEMENT OF LARVAE OF THE PACIFIC OYSTER CRASSOSTREA GIGAS
Hebert Ely Vasquez, Nagasaki University, Japan

5.15pm

3A - ORAL 3: COMPOSITE COATING TO CONTROL BIOFILM FORMATION AND MIC
Hideyuki Kanematsu, Suzuka National College of Technology, Japan

3B - ORAL 7: THE EFFECT OF SILVER NANOPARTICLES ON BIOFILM COMMUNITY COMPOSITION AND MUSSEL PLANTIGRADE SETTLEMENT
Jin-Long Yang, Shanghai Ocean University, China

5.30pm

BUS DEPART FOR CONGRESS DINNER

 (FOR PARTICIPANTS WHO HAVE PURCHASED TICKET)

THURSDAY, 10th July 2014

8.30am

D4 - PLENARY 3: ANTIFOULING RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
Dr Steve McElvany, US Office for Naval Research Coatings Program, United States

9.20am

SHORT BREAK

 

TRACK A - AUDITORIUM

TRACK B – LT 52

SHIP HYDRODYNAMICS AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Session Chair: Professor Mehmet Atlar

MARINE CORROSION - MATERIALS AND COATINGS
Session Chair: Dr Dominique Thierry

9.30am

4A - KEYNOTE: THE EFFECT OF ANTIFOULING PAINTS ON LONG TERM HYDRODYNAMIC PERFORMANCE OF SHIPS RELATED TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Dr Noriyuki Sasaki, Monohakobi Technology Institute, Japan

4B - KEYNOTE: METALS AND THEIR CORROSION BEHAVIOUR IN SEAWATER - AN ENGINEERS OVERVIEW
Mrs Carol Powell, Copper Development Association and Nickel Institute, United Kingdom

10.15am

4A - ORAL 1: FOULING AND VESSEL PERFORMANCE ON AN ALUMINIUM HULLED PATROL BOAT OPERATING IN TROPICAL WATERS
Andrew Scardino, Defence Science & Technology Organisation, Australia

4B - ORAL 1: STUDY OF PHYSICO-CHEMICAL AND MICROBIOLOGICAL TESTING PARAMETERS IN RELATION TO MARINE CORROSION
Scott Wade, Swinburne University, Australia

10.30am

4A - ORAL 2: FOULING-RELEASE PROPELLER COATINGS : EFFICACY AND DURABILITY ON A US NAVY LSD-CLASS VESSEL
Elizabeth Haslbeck, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, United States

4B - ORAL 2: CORROSION PERFORMANCE OF 25%CR SUPERDUPLEX STAINLESS STEEL FOR DIFFERENT SEAWATER APPLICATIONS
Nicolas Larché, Institut de la Corrosion, France

10.45am

4A - ORAL 3: LONG TERM DRAG PERFORMANCE OF HULL COATINGS FOR OCEAN GOING VESSELS
Asger Lindholdt, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

4B - ORAL 3: LOCALIZED CORROSION OF 316L STAINLESS STEEL IN SINGAPORE SEAWATER
Daniel Blackwood, National University of Singapore, Singapore

11.00am

COFFEE BREAK

 

TRACK A - AUDITORIUM

TRACK B – LT 52

SHIP HYDRODYNAMICS AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY
(Continue)

INDUSTRY SESSION
Session Chair: Mr John Lewis

11.30am

4A - ORAL 4: HYDRODYNAMIC PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF FDR-SPC (FRICTIONAL DRAG REDUCTION SELF-POLISHING COPOLYMER)
Inwon Lee, Pusan National University, Korea

4B - KEYNOTE: CONVENTIONAL AND INNOVATIVE ANTIFOULING TECHNOLOGIES IN INDUSTRIAL COOLING WATER SYSTEMS
Dr Sanjeevi Rajagopal, Radboud University Nijmegen; IMARES, Wageningen University, Netherlands

11.45am

4A - ORAL 5: A NUMERICAL TOOL DEVELOPMENT ON THE EFFECT OF COATING AND BIO-FOULING ON THE MARINE PROPELLERS
Kwangcheol Seo, Newcastle University, United Kingdom

12.00pm

4A - ORAL 6: PREDICTION OF THE EFFECT OF HULL FOULING ON SHIP RESISTANCE USING CFD
Yigit Kemal Demirel, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom

12.15pm

4A - ORAL 7: AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION INTO DIFFERENT SKIN FRICTION ANALYSIS METHODS FOR COATINGS WITH DIFFERENT ROUGHNESS RANGE
Irma Yeginbayeva, Newcastle University, United Kingdom

12.30pm

4A - ORAL 8: AN INVESTIGATION INTO DIFFERENT SKIN FRICTION ANALYSIS METHODS FOR COATINGS WITH DIFFERENT ROUGHNESS RANGE

Irma Yeginbayeva, Newcastle University, United Kingdom

4B - ORAL 1: THE BURDEN OF BIOFOULING: WHAT DOES IT WEIGH?
John Lewis, ES Link Services, Australia

12.45pm

4A - ORAL 9: HULL AND PROPELLER PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT FOR VESSEL IN SERVICE

Andreas Krapp, Jotun A/S, Norway

 4B - ORAL 2: PREVENTING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF INVASIVE PESTS IN A MARINE CONSERVATION AREA THROUGH EFFECTIVE MARINE BIOSECURITY
Simon McKirdy, Chevron, Australia

1.00pm

LUNCH (NOT PROVIDED)

 

TRACK A - AUDITORIUM

TRACK B – LT 52

SHIP HULL MANAGEMENT
Session Chair: Professor Geoffrey Swain

INDUSTRY SESSION
(Continue)

2.00pm

4A - KEYNOTE: HULL EFFICIENCY: A REVIEW OF 100 IN-WATER HULL CLEANINGS AND THEIR IMPACT ON REDUCING FUEL CONSUMPTION AND EMISSION ON OCEAN GOING VESSELS
Mr Daniel Kane, Propulsion Dynamics, United States

4B - ORAL 3: EFFECT OF PARTICLE SIZE OF COPPER PYRITHIONE ON LEACH RATES FROM ZINC ACRYLATE ANTIFOULING COATINGS
Paul Kappock, Lonza, United States

4B - ORAL 4:  MICROBIOLOGICALLY INFLUENCED CORROSION RISKS IN THE INTERIOR OF OFFSHORE WIND MONOPILES
Felipe Leon, ENDURES BV, Netherlands

4B - ORAL 5:  EVALUATION OF ANTIFOULING PAINTS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BIVALVE MOVEMENT SENSOR  FOR BIOFOULING CONTROL IN COOLING WATER SYSTEM
Kamala Kanta Satpathy, Department of Atomic Energy, India

FOULING IN AQUACULTURE
Session Chair: Dr Belinda Yaxley

2.45pm

4A - INVITED: MANAGING UNDERWATER HULL PERFORMANCE
Dr Raouf Kattan; Safinah Limited; Newcastle University, United Kingdom

4B - KEYNOTE: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR UNDERSTANDING AND MANAGING BIOFOULING IN MARINE AQUACULTURE
Dr Oliver Floerl, SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture, Norway

3.15pm

4A - ORAL 1: DATA MASHING, BIG DATA AND MULTIVARIATE MODELLING TO PREDICT COATING PERFORMANCE
Jeremy Thomason, Ecoteknica SCP, Mexico

3.30pm

4A - ORAL 2: THE EFFECTS OF GROOMING ON COPPER ABLATIVE COATINGS: A SIX YEAR STUDY
Melissa Tribou, Florida Institute of Technology, United States

4B - ORAL 1: BLUE MUSSEL (MYTILUS GALLOPROVINCIALIS) OVER SETTLEMENT ON NEW ZEALAND’S GREEN-LIPPED MUSSEL (PERNA CANALICULUS) FARMS
Javier Atalah, Cawthron Institute, New Zealand

3.45pm

4A - ORAL 3: MANAGING IN-WATER HULL INSPECTIONS, CLEANING AND OTHER TREATMENTS TO REDUCE BIOSECURITY RISK AND BIOLOGICAL ROUGHNESS: THE EXPERIENCE AT SINGAPORE

Robert Hillard, Intermarine Consulting Pte Ltd, Australia

4B - ORAL 2: THE ROLES AND DYNAMICS OF CALCIUM ION AND GLW-AMIDE PEPTIDES IN SETTLEMENT AND METAMORPHOSIS OF ACTINULA LARVAE OF MARINE HYDROID TUBULARIA MESEMBRYANTHEMUM
Keiji Yamashita, Sessile Research Corporation, Japan

4.00pm

4A - ORAL 4: DRYDOCK COATING INSPECTION METHODOLOGY AND SHIP HULL MANAGEMENT
Abhishek Koka, Florida Institute of Technology, United States

4B - ORAL 3:  ARE SALMON FARMS PROPAGULE RESERVOIRS FOR MARINE BIOFOULING ORGANISMS?
Nina Blecher, SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture, Norway

4.15pm

CLOSING REMARKS

4:30-6:00pm

NETWORKING TEA