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Energy Transitions Research at the University of Cambridge

 
Date: 
Wednesday, 21 June, 2017 - 09:30 to Thursday, 22 June, 2017 - 18:00
Event location: 
CREATE Tower , 1 Create Way , Singapore 138602

The objective of the course is to provide advanced lectures, seminars and hands on experiments for scientists who use or wish to use electrochemical methods for their research or industrial applications. A strong emphasis of the course will be on using small group teaching methods, supported by Cambridge University academics, to train participants in the use of ‘state-of-the-art’ electrochemical techniques.

Key advanced skills training 

The Masterclass will cover the key principles and governing processes that can control analysis and sensing electrochemically. The programme will structured with 3 keynote lectures each morning session and will include:

  • Introduction to the fundamentals of electrochemistry and the key concepts around analysis
  • Advanced electrochemical analysis, including ISEs and voltammetric techniques
  • Advanced fabrication for electrochemical reactor and sensor design.

The afternoon sessions will allow delegates to gain first hand experience in operating the latest electrochemical analysis equipment and software. Working in small groups, the delegates with the help of an experienced demonstrator, will carry out experimental measurements to support and enhance the material covered within the morning lectures. Once the practical components are complete an optional evening lecture will be offered to delegates focused on the influence of biological films on electrode processes.

Programme details: (places are strictly limited)
Date:      21 - 22 June 2017
Time:      9:30-18:00 (both days)
Venue:    CREATE Tower , 1 Create Way , Singapore 138602
Fee:        SGD$850 (subject to prevailing taxes)

For further details please contact acf42@cam.ac.uk and/or download the programme flyer here

 

 

Contact name: 
Dr Adrian Fisher
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