11th EUROPEAN SYMPOSIUM ON ELECTROCHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Dear Colleagues and Friends of electrochemistry and of electrochemical engineering in particular,
It gives us great pleasure to invite you to attend the new, already 11th edition of the European Symposium on Electrochemical Engineering. This time it is being organized in Prague, Czech Republic, a city where the Nobel Prize winner for electrochemistry, Jaroslav Heyrovsky, was born and worked for most of his life. This makes Prague an inspiring venue for electrochemists. Although both the Symposium and the venue build on a long tradition, they offer a forum for new ideas and developments. And that is one of the chief targets of this event.Read more
The overall motto is Today's research for tomorrow's technologies, thus addressing the key aim of our work: to understand electrochemical phenomena and their applications in daily life. Our motto covers the entire, fascinating range of research and development work, from understanding the fundamental principles to testing pilot plant installations. We both trust that we will all again have a chance to enjoy the immense richness of our common subject in Prague, which in the course of the previous editions has meanwhile become a tradition.
As already mentioned, the Symposium builds on a long tradition, but at the same time it is progressive, adopting innovative ideas and approaches. This is reflected in a round table on Electrochemical Processes which is being organized within the framework of the scientific program to strengthen contacts to industry and to promote knowledge transfer from academia to industry. Both industry and academia are herewith encouraged to participate in this interesting activity.
Back to tradition. It has also long since become traditional to publish a special issue of the Journal of Applied Electrochemistry based on selected contributions presented during the Symposium. Thanks to the courtesy of the journal’s EditorinChief Professor Gerardine Botte and its publisher Springer we are pleased to announce the continuation of this tradition for the coming event.
We look forward to seeing all of you in Prague in June 2017.
Chairman of the Organizing Committee
Chairman of the WP on Electrochemical Engineering, EFCE
The conference will take place in The National Library of Technology, the largest and the oldest library of technical literature in the Czech Republic. Housed in a modern, ecological building situated in the heart of the Dejvice engineering and technology campus, NTK serves as a social and cultural centre, with frequent lectures, educational tours, events, and exhibitions.
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Date of last change: March 20, 2017
CALL FOR PAPER
Language – English
Plenary Lecture – 60 min.
Lecture – 20 min.
All summaries of lectures and posters received before January 21, 2017 will appear in printed Book of Abstracts.
A special issue of the Journal of Applied Electrochemistry based on selected contributions presented during the Symposium will be published.
Authors will be invited to contribute by the editors shortly after the meeting end.
All contributions will be a subject of the peer review process.
All student contributions will be automatically included in contest for Student Award. The best student poster will be awarded by valuable price.
Students not wishing to participate are kindly asked to inform the Organising committee by registration upon arrival.
IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES
|Deadline for paper submission||December 31, 2016
extended till January 21, 2017
|Confirmation of Acceptance||March 15, 2017|
|Deadline for standard registration||April 15, 2017|
|Final Programme displayed on website||May 20, 2017|
|Conference||June 4 - 8, 2017|
Scientific and programme committee
Karel Bouzek (University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague, Czech Republic)
Johan-Maria Deconinck (Vrije University Brussels, Belgium)
Zoran Mandic (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Francois Lapicque (CNRS – Nancy Université, France)
Alain Berger (CNRS – Institut National Polztechnique de Toulouse, France)
Karin Groenen-Serrano (Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France)
Klaus-Michael Mangold (DECHEMA e.V., Karl-Winnacker-Institut, Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
Henry Bergmann (Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Koethen/Anh., Germany)
Symeon Bebelis (University of Patras, Greece)
Niki Koulombi (National Tehcnical University of Athens, Greece)
Simonetta Palmas (University of Cagliari, Italy)
Maarten Biesheuvel (Wetsus, The Netherlands)
Arjan Hovestad (TNO, Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
Kemal Nisancioglu (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)
Mário G. S. Ferreira (University of Aveiro, Portugal)
Vladimir Fateev (Institute of Hydrogen Energy and Plasma Technology, Russia)
Velizar Stankovic (University of Belgrad, Serbia)
Ján Híveš (Slovak University of Technology, Slovak Republic)
Manuel Andrés Rodrigo (Universidad de Castilla – La Mancha, Spain)
Ann Cornell (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)
Christos Comminellis (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
Angela Anglada (Adamant Technologies SA, La Chaux-de-fonds, Switzerland)
Geoff Kelsall (Imperial College London, United Kingdom)
Frank Walsh (Uiversity of Southampton, United Kingdom)
Sudipta Roy (Newcastel Uiversit, United Kingdom)
Edward P. L. Roberts (Uiversity of Calgyry, Canada)
Alexandros Katsaounis (Uiversity of Patras, Greece)
Takayuki Homma (Waseda Uiversity, Japan)Geradine G. Botte (Ohio Uiversity, USA)
Matthew Suss (Technion, Israel)
Darina Bouzková (CONCREA, s.r.o., Czech Republic)
Tomáš Bystroň (University of Chemistry and Technology, Czech Republic)
Jaromír Hnát (University of Chemistry and Technology, Czech Republic)
Roman Kodým (University of Chemistry and Technology, Czech Republic)Martin Paidar (University of Chemistry and Technology, Czech Republic)
Prof. Karel Bouzek
University of Chemistry and Technology Prague
166 28 Prague 6 – DejviceCzech Republic