1st geno-MIC Industry Workshop

Group photo of attendees at the first geno-MIC Industry Workshop, Calgary, AB
Participants from industry, government and academia.

November 1, 2017
InnoTech Alberta, Calgary

Workshop Objectives:

Dr. Lida Gieg presenting at first geno-MIC Industry Workshop
  1. Bring together various stakeholder groups:
    • end users/operators
    • service companies/suppliers
    • consultants government/regulators
    • academia
  2. and disciplines interested in the topic of MIC:
    • corrosion & materials specialists
    • engineers & technologists
    • microbiologists
    • chemists
  3. To learn about current trends in MIC detection, mitigation, prediction and research.
  4. To share information on best practices and approaches used in the management of MIC.

Presentations (links open PDFs)

Workshop Introduction. J. Wolodko, U. Alberta

Introduction to MIC. R. Eckert, DNV GL

Genomic 101: How Genomics can assist in MIC Management. L. Gieg, U. Calgary

geno-MIC Project Overview. F. Khan, Memorial U.

Current and Future Standards for MIC Management. T. Skovhus, VIA University College

Overview of Proposed Stakeholder Surveys. J. Wolodko & L. Lefsrud, U. Alberta

Thank you to the Workshop Sponsor: