Electrochemistry Tutorials and Masterclasses

Tutorial 1
Computational Electrochemistry
Marc Koper, Leiden University
Alexander Oleinick, Ecole Normale Superieure
Wolfgang Schmickler, Ulm University

Tutorial 2
Electrochemical Sensors
Emmanuel Iwuoha, University of the Western Cape, South Africa
Daniel Mandler, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
David Williams, University of Auckland, New Zealand

Electrochimica Acta / IS
E author workshop
Robert Hillman, Editor in Chief Electrochimica Acta, University of Leicester, United Kingdom

Electrochemistry Masterclasses
Monday 9:30-10:30, David Williams – Mass transport and the electrochemical response 
Monday 14:00-15:45, Bernard Tribollet  –Graphical Impedance data analysis

Tuesday 9:30-10:30, Frazer Stoddart
Tuesday 14:00-15:45, Ana BrettBioelectrochemical Approaches to Sensing Biomolecules

Wednesday 9:30-10:30, Patrick UnwinElectrochemical Imaging: Why and how?

Thursday 9:30-10:45, Marc KoperElectrocatalysis
Thursday 14:00-15:00, Hector AbrunaApplications of electrocatalysis
Thursday 15:00-15:45, Pieter Levecque Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyers as models for electrochemical engineering principles

Friday 9:30-10:30,  Andrea RussellDesign of electrochemical cells and the factors that affect experimental response

The Electrochemistry Masterclasses are designed to provide an introduction to both the fundamental and applied aspects of several areas of electrochemistry. Each half-day of the symposium will comprise an invited review lecture to introduce the topic, followed by an invited lecture on methods used in investigating this topic. Topics have been selected to complement the symposia taking place at the annual meeting. The topics are Batteries, Computational Electrochemistry, Corrosion, Electroanalysis and Bioelectrochemistry, Fuel Cells and Water Electrolyzers, and Spectro-electrochemistry. A feature of the Masterclasses will be the opportunity to participate in “electrochemistry speed dating” wherein experts will be available to briefly discuss concepts with participants.

Andrea E. Russell (Coordinator), University of Southampton (a.e.russell@soton.ac.uk)
Caren Billing, University of the Witwatersrand
Fabian Ezema, University of Nigeria