Sabina Karacic

Doctoral Student at Chalmers, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Water Environment Technology

Sabina Karacic is a PhD student at the Division of Water Environment Technology, Chalmers. Her research focuses on biologically induced degradation of sprayed concrete in subsea tunnels. Her research interest is directed mainly towards the assessment of composition, diversity, stratification and activity of the biofilm microbial communities in relation to the associated degradation of concrete and fibers.


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Subsea tunnel reinforced sprayed concrete subjected to deterioration harbours distinct microbial communities

Britt-Marie Wilen, Sabina Karacic, Carolina Suarez et al
Biofouling. Vol. 34 (10), p. 1161-1174
Journal article

Biodeterioration of reinforced sprayed concrete in subsea tunnels (peer-reviewed)

Sabina Karacic, Per Hagelia, Thomas H.A. Haverkamp et al
. Vol. 1 (PRO 123), p. 209-221
Paper in proceedings

Microbial attack on subsea sprayed concrete

Sabina Karacic, Per Hagelia, Frank Persson et al
International RILEM Conference on Microorganisms-Cementitious Materials Interactions, p. 63-75
Paper in proceedings

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