Electrochemistry Winter School
01/12/2015 12:30 (UK)

Electrochemical techniques have evolved rapidly in recent years, with computer-controlled instrumentation now the norm. It is therefore hardly surprising that the end-user, faced with a bewildering array of different techniques, can often be confused about the applicability and merits of different methods.

11th - 15th January 2015

The objective of this course is to remove the mystery from practical electrochemistry with the help of a balanced programme of lectures and hands-on experiments. The course team has many years of experience running short courses of this type, and the course has been designed to be suitable for scientists who wish to use electro- chemical electro analytical and methods in a broader context than just academic research.

Strong emphasis is placed on small group teaching in the laboratory. The direct link between lectures and experiments enables participants to relate the basic concepts of electrochemistry to real systems.

Working in small groups, each supervised by a demonstrator, participants learn to use state-of- the-art instrumentation and to interpret the results that they obtain. Specially developed course materials and a course book are provided.

The number of participants will be limited in order to guarantee that all who take part have full access to the equipment.

Student bursaries are available for exceptional candidates.

This is a very popular course, so please book early to avoid disappointment!  Find out more and book