In order to protect crewmembers from health risk during long-missions antimicrobial surface treatments are needed by NASA. Such surface treatments or coatings can also prevent biofouling of equipment's. The antimicrobial coatings proposed in this Phase I effort can be coated onto a variety of material surfaces found in Human Accommodations and Habitation Systems. The proposed multifunctional coatings can also be used on food storage and handling, crew hygiene, solid waste storage, and biological experimentation areas. The proposed multifunctional coating can be used as protective coating against water, ice, corrosive chemicals, and abrasion. Typical end user markets include construction (pipes, facades, bridges), automotive (paint surface treatments, metal parts, metal structures, window, mirrors and lamps, plastic hoods), marine, electronics (components, screens and displays, plastic and metal parts), sanitary, oil and gas (pipes), energy (wind power structures and blades, glass surfaces on solar panels), consumer electronics (displays and plastic and metal parts) and food manufacturing.