The Source for Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion E-Learning

Coming Events


Preliminary Program Topics

  • Early detection of MIC for effective control: new advances in Diagnosis and Monitoring 
  • MIC mitigation strategies towards eco-friendly and sustainable systems 
  • Standardization: the lab-to-field transition 
  • Industry insights: Technology and regulatory challenges 


MIC-STAND hybrid meeting 2024, is hosted by the Faculdade de Ciências at the University of Lisboa in Portugal. 

Set against the picturesque backdrop of Lisboa, this hybrid meeting is prepared to be an encouraging exploration of challenges and breakthroughs in Microbially Influenced Corrosion (MIC) Mitigation. Our core mission is to foster dynamic discussions within the expansive MIC community, bringing together young researchers, high-level scientists, industry stakeholders, policymakers, and regulators. 

Our inclusive approach emphasizes cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary collaboration, fostering an environment where the exchange of knowledge flourishes. The focal point of our discussions will span the entire spectrum of MIC Mitigation, covering Diagnosis, Monitoring, and Mitigation. 

Beyond the exchange of ideas, this meeting aspires to be a catalyst for innovative, sustainable, and environmentally friendly strategies in the battle against MIC. Our goal is to translate these strategies into practical, real-world applications that make a tangible impact. 

Budapest MIC Summer School

Target Group: Young researchers, students and industry
professionals interested in corrosion and material degradation in
aqueous systems, including MIC. Individuals with responsibility
for developing, implementing and executing corrosion
management activities, including corrosion and materials
engineers, microbiologists, production chemists, process
engineers, integrity managers, laboratory technicians and field
staff. Both asset operators, manufacturers, consultants,
academics and students will benefit from the latest updates in
this course. Field visits, tours and social activities are included.
32 seats first come first served.

More information available soon! 

Watch this space for more coming events!

Learn more about diagnosing MIC using multiple lines of evidence

Read about the different types of evidence or information that are used to help diagnose microbiologically influenced corrosion. 

Learn the questions to ask when integrating different forms of evidence, such as microbiological and chemical provides useful MIC-related resources for students of MIC E-Learning Academy and others in research and industry who are interested in the subject of MIC.


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