Electrochemistry Meeting 2013
|Chairs||Marc Koper (Leiden University)
Robert Hillman (University of Leicester)
|Date||Monday February 25 2013 - Thursday February 28 2013|
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|Synopsis||Electrochemistry plays a central role in energy conversion and storage, environmental protection, new materials technologies, environmental and medical sensing, analysis, green chemistry and many other areas. At the same time fundamental advances in our understanding of electrochemical processes open up new opportunities for basic science and novel applications.
This conference will focus on modern aspects of Electrochemistry and their applications, and aims to showcase both the breadth and depth of modern Electrochemistry.
The meeting builds on two previous highly successful conferences in this series and continues the unique flavour of those meetings.
Plenary and Invited lectures from distinguished investigators are key features of the conference with ample time provided for extended discussion of the contributions. These lecturers have been carefully chosen to highlight new developments in the field of Electrochemistry. Lecture slots will remain available for presentations from contributed abstracts, and there will be a poster session for delegates who want to present their latest results in poster format. The participation of younger scientists is particularly encouraged and the meeting will provide ample opportunity for participation in scientific discussions in an informal, attractive and relaxed environment.
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Achim Hassel (Univ. Linz)
Aliaksandr Bandarenka (Univ. Bochum)
Tailoring catalytic activity of electrodes with sub monolayer amounts of metals
Atif Elahi (University College London)
Electron Transfer at the Solid/Gas Interface
Daniel A Scherson (Case Western Reserve Univ, Cleveland)
Rational Design of Electrocatalytic Interfaces
David Shoesmith (Univ. Western Ontario)
The Influence of Fission Product Doping and Non-Stoichiometry on the Electrochemical Reactivity of Uranium Dioxide.
Elena Ferapontova (Aarhus Univ, DK)
Electron Transfer in DNA Duplexes Tethered to Electrodes
Frank Marken (Univ.Bath)
Photoelectrochemistry at Liquid | Liquid | Electrode Triple Phase Boundary Interfaces
Helmut Baltruschat (Univ.Bonn)
Molecular friction at electrodes
Hubert Girault (EPFL Lausanne)
Oxygen and proton reduction at soft interfaces
Hyacinthe Randriamahazaka (Univ.Paris)
From the memory properties of PEDOT-modified electrodes towards artificial synapse
Juan Feliu ( Univ. Alicante)
Oxygen reduction on model electrodes.
Karl Ryder (University of Leicester)
Lee Johnson (Univ. St.Andrews)
Reactions in the Non-aqueous Lithium-O2 Battery
Ludwig Kibler (University of Ulm)
Electrochemical behaviour of formic acid and formate on Au(111)
Marc Robert (University Paris Diderot)
Ultra-efficient CO2 Electrochemical Reduction to CO by a Molecular Fe Catalyst
Patrick Unwin (Univ.Warwick)
Scanning Electrochemical Cell Microscopy: Revealing the electrochemical activity of graphitic materials at the nanoscale
Phil Bartlett (Univ.Southampton)
Electrochemistry in Supercritical Fluids
robert forster (Dublin City University)
Ultrasensitive Detection of Disease Biomarkers
Ryosuke Jinnouchi (Toyota Research Labs, Nagoya JP)
H, OH and O formations on Pt(111) and Pt(332)
Serge Lemay (Univ. Twente, NL)
Stochastic signals in electrochemical nanofluidic devices
Timo Jacob (University of Ulm)
Theoretical studies on the electrode/electrolyte interface
Yang Shao-Horn (MIT)
Understanding perovskite oxides for oxygen electrocatalysis
Yvonne Grunder (University of Manchester)
Electrochemistry of nanoparticles at the liquid-liquid interface