The assistant of the Faculty of Geosciences, Bastri Zeka, participated in the European MIC Network Project – New paths for science, sustainability and standards (Euro-MIC)

Assistant of the Faculty of Geosciences Bastri Zeka participated in “European menagmet EURO MIC”, supported by ECOST” at Paisii Hilendarski University in Plovdiv – Bulgaria

European Network MIC- Microbiologically influenced corrosion is a phenomenon that is increasingly becoming a problem for European society and infrastructure. MIC describes the negative effects that a material, metal can experience due to the presence of microorganisms.

The main aim and objective of the project is to research and control MIC, to encourage a collaboration between scientists and materials engineers, microbiologists, chemists and managers to encourage sufficient interaction between academia and industry. In this project, the main carriers are various European universities, such as: Germany, Denmark, France, Belgium, Great Britain and the USA.