Electrochemistry (cancelled)Berlin, Germany
At the Interface between Chemistry and Physics
Electrochemistry is a successful series of conferences, held every other year. Starting in Gießen (2008), followed by Bochum (2010), Munich (2012), Mainz (2014), Goslar (2016) and Ulm (2018), scientists working in the various areas of electrochemistry joined for discussing cutting-edge trends and applications. The conference is jointly organized by GDCh Fachgruppe Elektrochemie, GDCh Arbeitskreis Elektroanalytische Chemie, DBG, DECHEMA, AGEF, GfKORR and DGO.
Electrochemistry will be continued in Berlin 2020. Outstanding electrochemists from Germany and from abroad will highlight research results and current trends. Parallel sessions will cover nearly all topics of electrochemistry from fundamental science to technical applications.
Electrochemistry - At the Interface between Chemistry and Physics. In this spirit, the organizing committee and societies invite electrochemists, scientists from other disciplines, who are interested in electrochemistry, and students to meet in Berlin. Colleagues from industry and academia, from Germany and abroad are cordially invited to participate in the conference and to enrich its program by their scientific contribution.
Berlin is not only the capital of Germany and one of the most popular cities for tourists worldwide, but its unique atmosphere gives great opportunity for innovations and thinking outside the box. This will provide a fruitful forum for scientific exchange in electrochemistry in September 2020. So, save the date!
Scope of the conference - Topics
Electrochemical science and development generate the technology for many applications, e.g. energy storage, sensors, synthesis of chemicals, modification of surfaces and corrosion protection. Electromobility and biotechnology triggered a revival of electrochemical techniques recently. The conference program covers electrochemical topics from fundamental science to industrial application. Nowadays in science and development, cooperation between different disciplines is essential. This is particularly valid for modern electrochemical science. The program reflects the interdisciplinarity and the strong interplay between fundamental research and application in industry. The different topics are addressed by plenary and keynote lectures, contributed talks and posters.
Information concerning the Scientific Programme
Local Organization Committee
Beatriz Roldán Cuenya (Fritz Haber Institut Berlin)
Holger Dau (Freie Universität Berlin)
Christina Roth (Universität Bayreuth)
Peter Strasser (Technische Universität Berlin)