• Establishing contacts with specialists from various fields whose expertise would be useful for developing methodologies for the diagnosis, monitoring, and mitigation of the consequences of Microbially Influenced Corrosion (MIC).
  •  Encouraging interdisciplinary research and intersectoral collaboration to share knowledge, best practices, and joint developments in the focus areas of “Diagnosis, Monitoring, and Mitigation of MIC”
  • Collecting metadata on MIC cases.
  • Creating a library of publications on MIC issues.
  • Screening existing methods for monitoring MIC.
  • Participation in the development of joint European projects.
  • Development of a methodology for diagnosis and monitoring of MIC based on bio-electrochemical methods.
  • Conducting laboratory research by attracting specialists with the necessary expertise at the national level.
  • Publishing results from conducted research.
  • Conducting training for students and specialists related to MIC issues.
    – Providing information on MIC in specialized lecture courses;
    – Organizing field studies;
    – Developing diploma theses on issues related to MIC.
  • Participation in working meetings, symposia, and schools organized within Euro-MIC.