(Photo)-and electrocatalysis at the atomic: from the atomic scale to advanced devices (PECAS-CAT&SCALE)


2024/05/06 - 2024/05/09
Carlos Santamaría Centre, Donostia / San Sebastián
Sara Barja (UPV/EHU), Pelayo García de Arquer (ICFO), Núria López (ICIQ), Jose Ramon Galan Mascaros (ICIQ), Sixto Giménez (INAM) – UJI, Irene Palacio (ICMM/CSIC), María del Carmen Giménez López (CiQUS), David Écija (IMDEA Nanoscience), María Escudero (ICN2), Jordi Arbiol (ICN2)
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(Photo)-and electrocatalysis at the atomic: from the atomic scale to advanced devices (PECAS-CAT&SCALE)

PECAS – CAT&SCALE scopes the integration of electrochemistry and surface science research areas towards the understanding of the nature of the electrode-solution interface at an atomic level. Leading experts across the different disciplines will present the latest experimental and theoretical efforts in the field of photo- and electrochemistry on surfaces, promoting in depth discussions between students and scientific community from both fields.

The school is aimed at promoting various opportunities for interdisciplinary discussion of scientists and students of physics, material science, chemistry and electrochemistry in addition to presentation of new results, ideas and methods in the field of photo- and electrochemical properties of novel materials.

The seminars will be delivered at the postgraduate level in the fields of surface science and electrochemistry, but introductory lectures will be specially addressed to introduce master and graduate students from Chemistry and/or Physics in each topic covered in the school.

· In situ and in operando electrochemistry-surface science techniques and methods
· Energy conversion from photon and chemical energy to electrical energy
· Electrocatalysts for water splitting and CO2 reduction
· Local active sites on solid surfaces: reactivity of defects
· Chemical engineering and synthesis of photoelectrochemical systems
· Novel materials for electrochemical energy storage
· Electrochemical biosensors
· Theoretical modeling

More information: https://pecas2024.dipc.org/