Electroanalytical Chemistry - 16th-17th September
Professor Alan Bond, Monash University, Australia - "Electrochemistry in ionic liquids"
Dr Danny O'Hare, Imperial College - "Life Sciences Applications"
Professor Rob Dryfe, University of Manchester - "Electrochemistry at Liquid/Liquid Interfaces"
Professor Hubert Girault, EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland - "Electrochemical Mass Spectrometry"
Professor Mark Dowsett, University of Warwick - "Synchotron spectro-electrochemistry"
Professor Julie Macpherson, University of Warwick - "New forms of carbon electrochemistry"
Dr Chris Slevin - "Electrochemistry beyond graduate School: Alere Technologies"
Dr Andy Wain - "Electrochemistry beyond graduate school: National Physical Laboratory"
Electroanalytical Chemistry has never been more vital as a subject, impacting directly on sensor technologies and diagnostic methods, and providing advanced techniques for investigating and characterising new materials and complex systems.
WAGS - Electroanalytical Chemistry Workshop aims to provide PhD students in electrochemistry and other areas of analytical science with a critical overview of some of the most important topics in the field. As well as providing an opportunity to interact with world-leading experts, there will be a chance for students to present their work in a poster session and to interact and network with peers.
If you would like to attend this workshop, please fill out the registration form provided.
*Bursary students will be able to claim for their workshop, accommodation and subsistence costs following the workshop. If you are paying for your workshop by cheque, this will not be cashed unless you do not attend the workshop.