Event Summary

The ACA Queensland Branch & Young Corrosion Group are excited to invite you to their first event of the year, a fantastic YCG technical session on AI in Corrosion featuring guest speaker Geoffrey Will (University of the Sunshine Coast) sponsored by Scape Consulting.

We hope you join us for an exciting evening filled with a mind-expanding presentation and insightful conversations. Don’t miss out on experiencing the thrilling exchange of knowledge and ideas first-hand!

Event Details

Date: Thursday 4th July

Time: 5.30pm – 7.30pm

Venue: South Bank Tafe (66 on Ernest) – Level 2/66 Ernest Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101


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Geoffrey Will (University of the Sunshine Coast)

Presentation Title: AI in Corrosion

Abstract: The degradation materials should be informed by the type of material, its history the environment it is exposed to. In today’s world of data analysis great insight and predictions can be made regarding a materials likely degradation, which presents great opportunities to harness the wealth of knowledge in the corrosion community. Electrochemistry has traditionally been a key to unlocking the mechanisms and rates of corrosion reactions and the application of advanced electronics and data analysis provide greater access to solutions and applications in service. At the industrial scale corrosion of assets is often assessed via inspections relying on images and other tools to determine current state of the material. This history of performance across a number of exposure scenarios can be used to create an knowledge base which can train a model to provide advice to maintainers and asset owners. With the daily improvements in data manipulation and analysis techniques, utilisation of a broader data set and capturing diverse expertise is now becoming more available.




  • Registrations for this event close Wednesday 26th June COB
  • Registration for this event includes light refreshments and drinks


Thank you to our Event Sponsor


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