WP10 (Microbial Corrosion) Course
This course is dedicated for graduated students, beginners and more experienced corrosionists working in academic or industrial environments interested to approach microbial corrosion. The course aims to provide information on fundamentals and methods to study mechanisms of microbial corrosion.
Square – Brussels Meeting Centre
Sunday, 6 September 2020
Registration Fee: 100 EUR
Registration for the course will be available from 24 February 2020.
Direct & indirect mechanisms of biocorrosion: methods and tools to decipher MIC.
Dr. Pierangela Cristiani, Ricerca sul Sistema Energetico – RSE SpA, Italy
Dr. Dake Xu, North Eastern University of China, China
Dr. Regine Basseguy, CNRS, Toulose, France
Prof. Iwona Beech, Montana State University, USA
Introduction to direct & indirect mechanisms of biocorrosion by microbial consortia (Dr. Pierangela Cristiani)
Mechanisms of mixed pools and the particular case of Geobacter (Dr. Regine Basseguy)
The perspective of Extracellular Electron Transfer: Direct Electron Transfer from Geobacter and Mediated Electron Transfer from Shewanella (Prof. Dake Xu)
Mechanisms of MIC- driven pitting of Cu- Ni alloys and carbon steels (Prof. Iwona Beech)