Regional Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry in Prague
Pixabay/Denis Poltoradnev: Regional Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry in Prague
The Regional Meeting is intended to provide a forum for meeting in presence for those who want and can travel despite the ongoing pandemic situation that forced ISE to move another Annual Meeting to an online format. The Regional Meeting will complement the regular Annual Meeting (online) and Topical Meetings. The meeting is open to electrochemists of all career stages and in all fields of electrochemical science and technology. It will feature a simple structure of seven parallel symposia featuring no plenary lectures providing the basic opportunity to present and network.
Prague has been a cultural centre landmark of Central Europe for more than thousand years. Its historical centre has been featured on the UNESCO cultural heritage list since 1992. Prague has played the role of a political and economic hub of the region for many centuries. Today’s Prague is a vibrant city merging architectural monuments of all styles with modern infrastructure. Prague was a melting pot alloying various cultural influences of and represents a bridge between West and East of Europe. Many tourists visit the city to immerse themselves in its special atmosphere.
Prague is a city devoted to electrochemistry and witnessed the birth of polarography. Its inventor Jaroslav Heyrovsky, the first Nobel prize winner for electrochemical research, was professionally active in Prague for almost half a century, and the electrochemical research in Prague still runs strong today. Prague was a proud host of major electrochemical meetings and the local community is thrilled to welcome the electrochemical community once more in 2022.
To promote the attendance of our young colleagues at this in presence Regional Meeting, ISE Divisions decided to offer limited number of:
Fellowships for PhD student and 2 postdoc.
The fellowships, in the amount of the registration fee, will be paid directly by the Divisions to the conference budget. The applicants should be ISE members in good standing and should apply for the Fellowship before April 30th 2022, sending an email to ISE Division chairs. The application mail should include a Motivation letter, copy of the abstract submitted for the Regional Meeting (including identification number) and a short CV which must include information on previously attended meetings indicating if the applicant attended online or in presence. A committee will select the winners before the end of May.
We do hope that you decide to be part of the Regional Meeting.
The Regional meeting will provide a platform to present and discuss the most recent developments in all fields of electrochemistry including analytical applications, bioelectrochemistry, electrochemical energy storage, material electrochemistry, molecular electrochemistry and physical and theoretical electrochemistry.
The meeting does not plan for plenary sessions and the program of individual Symposia will be highlighted with a limited number of Keynote and Invited lectures. We expect to be able to host around 700 attendees.
The scientific program will be divided into 7 parallel symposia essentially tracking the focus of the individual ISE Division.
Symposium 1 Electrocanalytical chemistry
- Symposium organizers: L. Falciola, A. Walcarius, G. Denuault, T. Navrátil
Will accept the submissions relevant to all aspects of electroanalytical chemistry in particular (but not restricted) to:
- New electroanalytical methods
- Innovative electroanalytical devices
- Electroanalytical characterizations
- Nanoscale electroanalysis
Symposium 2 Bioelectrochemistry
- Symposium organizers: E. Lojou, E. Ferapontova, F. Lisdat, M. Fojta, C. Santoro
Will accept the submissions relevant to all aspects of bioelectrochemistry in particular (but not restricted) to:
- Fundamental of electron transfer in biomolecules
- Microbial electrochemistry
- Bioelectrochemical sensors
- Nanomaterials for protein, DNA and cell electrochemistry
- Bioelectrocatalysis, bioelectronics, biofuel cells
Symposium 3 Electrochemical energy conversion and storage
- Symposium organizers: A. Balducci, T. Brousse, F. Soavi, P. Krtil
Will accept the submissions relevant to all aspects of electrochemical energy storage in particular (but not restricted) to:
- Batteries: lithium-ion and new chemistries, aqueous systems
- Supercapacitors and asymmetric/hybrid devices
- Redox-flow cells and related designs
- Fuel cells
- Electrolyzers and electrocatalysis
Symposium 4 Electrochemical material science
- Symposium organizers: V. Vivier, C. Perez, M. Velicky
Will accept the submissions relevant to all aspects of electrochemical material science in particular (but not restricted) to:
- Material degradation and corrosion mechanism
- Corrosion protection, passivation, conversion coatings, surface treatments
- Electroactive materials
Symposium 5 Applied electrochemistry
- Symposium organizers: M. Rodrigo, C. Martinez Huitle, K. Bouzek
Will accept the submissions relevant to all aspects of applied electrochemistry in particular (but not restricted) to:
- Novel electrochemical reactors design
- Environmental applications of electrochemical processes
- Engineering aspects of the energy conversion and storage
- Multi scale mathematical modelling of electrochemical systems
- Technology transfer and economic analysis
Symposium 6 Molecular electrochemistry
- Symposium organizers: M. Hromadova, P. Mussini, O. Buriez, J. Ludvík
Will accept the submissions relevant to all aspects of molecular electrochemistry in particular (but not restricted) to:
- Mechanistic aspects of charge transfer reactions
- Structure-reactivity relationship
- Redox active inorganic, organic and organometallic/metallorganic molecules and biomolecules
- Molecular electrosynthesis and electrocatalysis
- Electroactive molecules with advanced/smart functional properties (including electrochemiluminescence, actuators, spin filters, chirality etc.)
- Single molecule entities
Symposium 7 Physical electrochemistry
- Symposium organizers: S. Ye, K. Domke, A. Cuesta, Z. Samec, M. Monteiro.
Will accept the submissions relevant to all aspects of physical electrochemistry in particular (but not restricted) to:
- Operando electrode characterization techniques
- Fundamental electrocatalysis
- Electrode imaging techniques
- Advanced computational modelling
- Membrane electrochemistry