Imaging materials and devices 'at work' and ‘having a look’ on their properties is a continuous scientist’s desire for helping to gain better understanding of their transitions, changes or activity during operation. Whereas the original view was by pure optical means, today’s view often is based on electrons, X-rays and sophisticated computational analysis to gain two- and three-dimensional images of bulk materials and their surfaces containing electronic, structural and compositional information, which helps to address the big challenge of creating not only a link between electronic, interfacial and bulk properties, but also gaining insight into the interplay between surface chemistry, structure morphology and different materials, respectively.
At the 29th One-Day-Symposium of PSI's Electrochemistry Laboratory, six leading experts will report about Imaging Electrochemical Systems from the atomic to the sub-millimeter scale of surfaces, bulks and even devices.
We are looking forward to meeting you again on April 24th, 2013, at the Paul Scherrer Institut for discussions, sharing viewpoints or simply for own educational purposes with the goal of Gaining Insights from the Inside!
Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut
|This event is co-sponsored by The International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE) and The Electrochemical Society(ECS).|