• Fifth Regional Symposium on Electrochemistry – South East Europe

  • June 7-11, 2015

  • RIU Pravets Golf & Spa | Pravets, Bulgaria

  • Fifth Regional Symposium on Electrochemistry – South East Europe

  • June 7-11, 2015

  • RIU Pravets Golf & Spa | Pravets, Bulgaria

  • Fifth Regional Symposium on Electrochemistry – South East Europe

  • June 7-11, 2015

  • RIU Pravets Golf & Spa | Pravets, Bulgaria

  • Fifth Regional Symposium on Electrochemistry – South East Europe

Jean-Claude Grenier     Institut de Chimie de la Matière Condensée de Bordeaux CNRS        “Structural features and electrochemical properties of Lanthanide Nickelates as oxygen electrodes for application in SOFC, PCFC and steam electrolysers”
               
Valentina Ivanova     Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives       Electrochemically and Chemically Prepared Materials for Solar Energy Application
               
Nadine Pebere     Institut Carnot CIRIMAT, ENSIACET       “Use of global and local electrochemical impedance spectroscopy to study corrosion phenomena” 
               
Zdravko Stoynov     Academician Evgeni Budevski Institute of Electrochemistry and Energy Systems, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences       “Mathematical Fundamentals in Modern Impedance Spectroscopy”
               
Ilia Valov     Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH       Atomically scaled electrochemical systems in action – past and future of memristors“
               
Norbert Wagner     Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics, German Aerospace Center       “Post Li-ion batteries”

 

Ljubomir Arsov     Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje     Ellipsometric Studies of Anodic Films Formed on Valve Metal Electrodes
             
Achille De Battisti     Ferrara University     On the Complex Mechanism of a “Simple” Electrochemical Reaction: State of the Art and Some New Results on Chlorine Evolution Reaction
             
Cecilia Cristea     Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Cluj-Napoca     Innovative Carbon-Based Nanoplatforms for Biosensing Design
             
Burak Esat     Fatih University     Organic Electrode Materials in Rechargeable Batteries
             
Stefan Freunberger     Graz University of Technology     TBA
             
Sanjin Gutić     Faculty of Science, University of Sarajevo     Electrochemistry of Self-Doped Polyanilines in Neutral and Alkaline Media
             
Magdalena Hromadova     J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, Czech Academy of Sciences     Electrochemical Oscillation Reactions on Mercury Electrodes
             
Antonis Karantonis     Department of Materials Science and Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering, National Technical University of Athens     TBA
             
Joze Moskon     National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana     Li-Ion Insertion Battery Cathodes: Determining Different Transport Contributions
             
Vladimir D. Jović     Institute for Multidisciplinary Research, University of Belgrade, Serbia     “Electrodeposited coatings as cathodes for hydrogen evolution in industrial chlor-alkali electrolysis”
             
Igor Povar     Institute of Chemistry, Academy of Sciences of Moldova     Thermodynamic and Graphical Analyses of Conjugated Redox Reactions
             
Marijana Kraljić Roković     University of Zagreb     Incorporation of Graphene Oxide into Polypyrrole Films for Supercapacitor Applications
             
Jan Tkac     Institute of Chemistry, Slovak Academy of Sciences     “Nanoscale-Controlled Interfaces for Construction of Ultrasensitive Lectin Biosensors and Effective Biofuel Cells”
             
Vessela Tsakova     Institute of Physical Chemistry, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences     “Electrochemical Nucleation and Growth on Foreign Substrates – Emerging Challenges in an Old Scientific Field”
             
Oleksandr Vasylyev     Frantcevych Institute for Problems of Materials Science     Structural Optimization of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
             
Soma Vesztergom     Eötvös Loránd University, Institute of Chemistry     Generator/Collector Systems under Full Potentiodynamic Control: Aspects of Instrumentation and Modelling

 

* More keynote lectures to be announced soon.