Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy 2018: Fundamental & Applications (K1801)
16.05.2018 09:00 - 17.05.2018 17:00 (Zofingen, Switzerland)

Description

Impedance spectroscopy is a very powerful tool of electrochemical research. Nevertheless, owing to the mathematical complexity of the technique, the interpretation and evaluation of impedance spectra is often found troublesome by many electrochemists and material scientists. Nowadays impedance experiments are easy to perform and spectra can be readily recorded by computer-controlled instruments such as Autolab PGSTATs equipped with an FRA module. The aim of this course is to give a practice- and application-oriented introduction to impedance spectroscopy. Special emphasis is laid on experimental and instrumental know-how, troubleshooting, and on obtaining physically meaningful parameters of the studied systems. Applications directed at the topics of corrosion, energy storage devices, coatings, analytical chemistry, electrocatalysis and sensors will be the main focus of the course.

Workshop Content

Theory (30%)
Practical and trouble shooting (70%)

 

Workshop Cost

CHF 900.- per person / special rate for students: CHF 450.- (The workshop includes seminar materials, USB stick, lunches and one dinner)

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Registration form: K1801

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