Presentation Guide

Oral presentations will be 20 minutes including time for questions.

Keynote presentations will be 40 minutes including time for questions.

Presentations must be set up prior to the beginning of the session.
Preferred: Bring your presentation on a CD or a memory stick compatible with a PC computer.
Alternatively: Personal laptop computers may be used, but you must ensure compatibility with the LCD projector prior to the start of the session. Also bring a CD or memory stick as a backup.

The size of Posters should be (vertical): 90cm width x 100cm height

Poster sessions

Monday, 28 August 2017 from 10:45 to 12:45
Symposium 01: New Experimental Trends in Analytical Electrochemistry
Symposium 02: Flow and Microfluidic Systems in Analytical Electrochemistry
Symposium 03: Electrochemical Approaches to Clinical Diagnostics and Medical Devices
Symposium 04: Bioelectrochemistry without Borders
Symposium 05: Novel Materials and Devices for Energy Storage: Batteries for Tomorrow’s World
Symposium 08: Dealloying: Fundamentals, Application, and Control
Symposium 09: Ionic Liquids as Media for Electrochemical Synthesis

Tuesday, 29 August 2017 from 10:45 to 12:45
Symposium 07: Supercapacitors from Materials and Processes to Applications
Symposium 11: Synthesis and Applications of Electrochemically Active Materials
Symposium 12: Electrochemical Technology for solving 21st Century Challenges
Symposium 13: The Green Potential of Molecular Electrochemistry
Symposium 14: Let there be Light in Electrochemistry: From Electrogenerated Chemiluminescence to Fluorescence
Symposium 16: Electrochemistry of Metal Clusters and Nanoparticles
Symposium 18: Education for Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

Wednesday, 30 August 2017 from 10:45 to 12:45
Symposium 06: Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers
Symposium 10: Corrosion: Fundamentals, Passivity, and Prevention
Symposium 15: Physical and Interfacial Electrochemistry: Structural, Spectroscopic, and Theoretical Studies of the Electrochemical Interface
Symposium 17: Advances in Theory and Modeling of Electrochemical Systems
Symposium 19: General Session