Welcome to the website of the incorporated, non-profit organization ICG-EAC!

Full minutes of annual Group meetings as well as plenty of other information are available to users from ICG-EAC member organizations after logging in.

General info

The general objective of the International Cooperative Group on Environmentally-Assisted Cracking of Water Reactor Materials (ICG-EAC, N.P.O.) is to coordinate international efforts on the EAC of structural materials in various aqueous reactor service environments. This is needed in order to develop the fundamental understanding and the relevant data base required for disposition/design criteria and safe operation (including life extension). Click here to view some more information on the ICG-EAC, N.P.O.

2021 meeting

The 2021 annual meeting (May 17-21, 2021) has taken place online (due to the COVID-19 restrictions) and is history. It can be regarded as a great success with 148 registered attendees and many interesting technical contributions. Nevertheless we are looking forward to the 2022 meeting which (hopefully) can be held as an 'in-person event' from May 29 until June 3 in Tampere (Finland). Detailed meeting information and registration will be available towards the end of this year in the internal area.

The 2022 meeting will start in:








2020 "virtual meeting"

To have at least some ‘scientific activity’ also in 2020, we had organized some kind of a ‘virtual/offline meeting’. Some members have submitted abstracts and presentation files, which are offered for download in our meeting minutes archive (after logging in).

A brief summary of the 2019 meeting can be found here.

Now also available: Send ICG (= "int. corrosion greetings)" by posting a photo!


The Group is currently chaired by Armin Roth. The Group's Administrator is Larry Nelson and Stefan Ritter acts as Scientific Secretary & Webmaster. If you are interested in any activities of the ICG-EAC or if you would like to know how to apply for membership, please follow the link below and submit the contact form. Then you will hear from uns shortly.


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