Electrochem 2017: Birmingham, 10-12 September 2017
Visit us at Electrochem 2017 on 10-12 September 2017 at the University of Birmingham. Come to our stand to find out more about our instruments for electrochemistry and corrosion research, including the full range of potentiostats from Solartron Analytical and Princeton Applied Research (Ametek).
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Electrochem 2017 is an annual scientific meeting organised by both the Electrochemistry, and Electroanalytical and Sensors Interest Groups of the RSC, along with the Society of Chemistry and Industry (SCI).
Corrosion Science Symposium
This year, the conference will incorporate the 58th Corrosion Science Symposium, which is an annual meeting of the Institute of Corrosion (Corrosion Science Division).
The Corrosion Science Symposium has been held each year since 1960, when it was founded by Prof. L.L. Shreir. It provides an opportunity for students and researchers in corrosion science from across Europe to meet, discuss their research, share ideas and socialise in a stimulating environment. Contributions are welcome from all areas of corrosion science and engineering.
Register for the conference on the University of Birmingham’s website. Earlybird fees are available until Friday 28th July 2017, and registration closes on Friday 25th August 2017. There are special rates for RSC and ICorr members, students and retired delegates.
Registration fees include the welcome barbecue and conference dinner. Accommodation is available on campus at an affordable rate.
Submit an Abstract
Submit an abstract to present your work at the conference. The deadline is Friday 2nd June 2017 and this year’s themes are:
- Energy and Environmental
- Sensors and Analytical
- Physical and Fundamental
Abstracts can be submitted online on the Electrochem 2017 website.
Instruments for Electrochemistry
Visit our stand at the conference to find out more about our instruments for electrochemical testing and corrosion research:
- Multichannel potentiostats
- Frequency response analysers
- Electrochemical scanning systems
We offer the full range of instruments from Solartron Analytical and Princeton Applied Research, including the Solartron EchemLab XM, a small footprint potentiostat/FRA specifically for studying corrosion and physical electrochemistry.