Advanced Methods in Electrochemistry

The Electrochemistry Network has developed a course on 'Advanced Methods in Electrochemistry'. Some brief information of the course is as below.  The course will be conducted on MS Teams. Please join the course team with code ysommhk

 

Course Leaders:  Ifan Stephens i.stephens@imperial.ac.uk; Clotilde Cucinottac.cucinotta@imperial.ac.uk; Anna Hankinanna.hankin@imperial.ac.uk  

Course Manager: Mengnan Wang mengnan.wang@imperial.ac.uk  

  • Start date13 January 2021, 12 pm 

  • 13 x 2 hour, either  

  • Format: either completely live or precorded with live questions. All lectures will be recorded and the recordings could be found in the respective channel of each lecture. 

  • Target audience: PhD students and postdoctorate researchers who are new to electrochemistry 

  • Not examinable 

  • Students will be encouraged to attend all lectures but this will not be compulsory 

 

Aims of the course 

  • Raise awareness of best practices in different fields of electrochemistry; cover common pitfalls and how to avoid them 

  • Ensure students understand basic terminology and concepts in electrochemistry.  

  • Teach up-to-date / ‘cutting edge’ concepts and techniques, going beyond information provided in textbooks.  

  • Facilitate collaboration within the electrochemistry community at Imperial College, raising awareness of different techniques and knowhow available within different departments and research groups 

  • Inspire students with relevant case studies