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Monica Kosa
11 months ago
Monica Kosa 11 months ago

On behalf of the organisers K. Antonopoulos, F. Calle-Vallejo, C.S. Cucinotta, M. T. M. Koper and M. Kosa, I would like to announce the workshop:

Fundamental Electrocatalysis: Theory Meets Experiments
Lorentz Center & Psi-k workshop 26-30 June 2017, Lorentz [email protected]

This workshop, supported by the Psi-k network and the Lorentz Center, aims at bringing together knowledge from the fields of molecular electronics, computational and experimental electrochemistry, to enhance our ability to model charge transport and chemical transformations in electrochemical environment. We will discuss the state of the art and will address the current open challenges in fundamental electrocatalysis adopting a multidisciplinary perspective. Focus will be on how to bridge the gap between theoretical and experimental description of electrochemical transformation at the nanoscale.

Further information can be found on the workshop website:


The list of confirmed invited speakers:

  1. Thomas Schmidt, ETHZ, CH
  2. Michiel Sprik, Cambridge University, UK
  3. Axel Gross, Ulm University, DE
  4. Wolfgang Schmickler, Ulm University, DE
  5. Nenad M. Markovic, Argonne National Laboratories, US
  6. Jan M. van Ruitenbeek, Leiden University, NL
  7. Tamar Seidman, Northwestern University, US
  8. Massimiliano Di Ventra, University of California, San Diego, US
  9. Sylvie Roke, EPFL, Lausanne, CH
  10. Kristian S.Thygesen, TUD, DK
  11. Jennifer Rupp, MIT, US
  12. Karsten Reuter, TUM Munchen, DE
  13. Petra Rudolf, University of Groningen NL
  14. Ryan C. Chiechi, University of Groningen NL
  15. Katrin F. Domke, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, DE
  16. Aliksandr Bandarenka, TUM Munchen, DE
  17. Egill Skúlason, Reykjavik University, IS
  18. Ellen Backus, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, DE
  19. Mira Todorova, MPI-Düsseldorf, DE
  20. Karen Chan, Stanford University, US
  21. Julia Kunze-Liebhäuser, University of Innsbruck, AT
  22. Moniek Tromp, University of Amsterdam, NL
  23. Ismaila Dabo, PennState University, US.
  24. Hans Geerlings, TuDelft & Shell, NL


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