7 September - 9 September 2014

Electrochem 2014

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Loughborough University, UK

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Synopsis

The 'Electrochem' conference series has a long history. The 20th meeting is now approaching and will be held at Loughborough University in September 2014. Coincidently, it is exactly 50 years ago that the first peer-reviewed research article was published by Noel Hampson and his co-workers signalling the birth of 'Electrochemistry Research' at Loughborough University.

Today,the 'Electrochem' conference series has emerged as an established annual UK & Ireland event, where a cross-disciplinary range of electrochemistry, fundamental and applied, is on show with a particular view on broadening exchange of knowledge, providing information about the latest research developments,linking academia to industry and suppliers, and engaging with the next generation of electrochemists and electrochemical entrepreneurs. Notably, this conference series has recently attracted distinguished colleagues from continental Europe and many other parts of the world.


Venue and Contact

Loughborough University

Loughborough
Leicestershire 
LE11 3TU

 


Fees
Earlybird rate before 31 July 2014
GB£240. . . . . . . . .SCI/RSC/Institute of Corrosion Member
GB£130.. . . . . . . . Student Member
GB£340. . . . . . . . .Non Member
GB£200. . . . . . . . .Student Non Member

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Additional Info

Conference Highlights

Faraday Medal 2014 Award Lecture
Award given by RSC Electrochemistry Group

Geoffrey Barker Medal 2014 Award Lecture
Award given by RSC Electrochemistry Group

Darryl Dawson Poster Award
Award given by RSC Electrochemistry Group

SCI Poster Award
Award given by SCI Electrochemical Technology Group

Springer Poster Award
Award given by Springer Publishers

Royal Society of Chemistry ‘Analytical Methods’ Poster Award
Award given by Journal;'Analytical Methods'

Keynote Speakers
Professor Masatoshi Osawa, 2014 Faraday Medallist, Hokkaido University, Japan
Professor Biprajit Sarkar, University of Berlin, Germany
Dr Qiang Zeng, University of Reading, UK
Professor Frantisek Hartl, University of Reading,UK
Dr Neil Robertson, University of Edinburgh, UK
Professor Emilio J. Palomares Gil, ICIQ Tarragona,Spain
Dr Konrad Szacitowski, University of Krakow, Poland
Professor Wesley Browne, University of Groningen, Netherlands 
Professor Peter Bruce, 2014 Barker Medallist, St Andrews University, UK
Professor Alan Bond, Monash University,Australia
Professor Tim Albrecht, 2014 ISE Tajima Prize winner,Imperial Collage, UK
Professor Wataru Sugimoto, ShinshuUniversity, Japan
Professor Wolfgang Kaim, Stuttgart University, Germany
Professor Masa-aki Haga, Chuo University, Japan