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Electrochemistry at the Nanoscale

Venue: University of Bern | EC Meeting: 17 June, 2013 | EC School: 18 June, 2013

 

Agilent Technologies cordially invites you to attend an Electrochemical Scanning Probe Microscopy Meeting on 17 June at the University of Bern in Switzerland. The event is being hosted by the Electrochemical Nanoscience Group of Prof. Thomas Wandlowski.

   

This meeting offers an excellent opportunity to present your current research in fields relating to electrochemistry at the nanoscale, as well as to discuss your experiences, applications, and ideas with fellow researchers and Agilent staff scientists in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

 

We encourage you to submit a 150-word abstract by 3 May to michael_hippler@agilent.com. Please indicate whether your abstract is for an oral presentation or our poster session.The meeting's agenda will be set after oral papers are accepted. There will also be an optional "Electrochemistry School" on the following day, 18 June, at which various EC techniques will be reviewed and demonstrated.

 

Confirmed invited speakers for the meeting include:

 

Philippe Allongue, PhD

Physique de la Matiere Condensee, CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France

Selected examples of in situ EC-STM studies

 

 

Silvar Kallip, PhD

University of Tartu, Institute of Chemistry, Tartu, Estonia

Localized electrochemical scanning probe techniques and application in corrosion research

 

Ismael Diez-Perez, PhD

Department of Physical Chemistry, University of Barcelona,

Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC)

Mapping electron pathways in metalloproteins by using single-protein contacts

 

Andrea Alessandrini, PhD

University of Modena and Reggio Emilia,

Department of Physics, Informatics and Mathematics, CNR-Nanoscience Institute, Modena, Italy
EC-STM of redox metalloproteins and of a pH-controlled redox molecule

 

Dates

17 June, 2013 (EC Meeting)

18 June, 2013 (EC School)

 

Venue

University of Bern

Bern, Switzerland

 

About our Host

The Electrochemical Nanoscience Group of Prof. Thomas Wandlowski, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Bern (http://wa.dcb.unibe.ch/) has been working for more than 15 years in the field of surface electrochemistry employing high-resolution (STM, AFM) and structure-sensitive (IR, Raman) in situ surface characterization techniques. The research activity of the group focuses on structure, dynamics, mechanical, and charge transport properties of functional nanostructures at solid-liquid interfaces.

 

For more information about attending the Electrochemical Scanning Probe Microscopy Meeting in Bern this June, please contact Dr. Michael Hippler at either michael_hippler@agilent.com or +49 (151) 19557440.

 

We look forward to seeing you soon!

 

 

 

Revised: 10.04.2013     ©: 2005-2013