1st Gerischer-Kolb Symposium

Electrochemical Surface Science

Berlin, Germany, October 15 - 17, 2014
  Heinz Gerischer Dieter M. Kolb  

Invited speakers

Speaker Address Title
H.D. Abruña Energy Materials Center, Cornell University, USA Operando Methods for Characterization of Fuel Cell & Battery Materials
R.R. Adzic Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA Platinum Monolayer Electrocatalysts: Tuning their Activity for Oxygen Reduction and Ethanol and Methanol Oxidation
R.C. Alkire Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, University of Illinois, USA Integration of Molecular Science and Engineering: Early Stages of Nucleation and Growth
P. Allongue Physique de la Matière Condensée, CNRS, France Magnetism meets electrochemistry
P.N. Bartlett Faculty of Natural & Environmental Sciences, University of Southampton, UK Electrodeposition from supercritical fluids
H.-G. Boyen Institute for Materials Research, Hasselt University, Belgium Angle-resolved XPS studies of self-assembled monolayers on metal electrodes
K. Domen School of Engineering, University of Tokyo, Japan Photoelectrochemical water oxidation on some nitride-photoelectrodes
J.M. Feliu Martínez Instituto Universitario de Electroquímica, Universidad de Alicante, Spain Dual role of adatoms: characterization tools and electrocatalytic partners
W. Jaegermann FG Oberflächenforschung, TU Darmstadt, Germany Approaches in photoelectron spectroscopy to study the electronic properties of semiconductor/electrolyte interfaces
H.-J. Lewerenz JCAP Energy Innovation Hub, Caltech, USA Towards a monolithically integrated artificial photosynthesis system
N.M. Marković Materials Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, USA Single-crystal electrochemistry
M. Osawa Catalysis Research Center, Hokkaido University, Japan Electrochemical oxidation of CO adsorbed on poly-crystalline Pt in alkaline media studied by surface-enhanced infrared absorption spectroscopy
A.E. Russell Faculty of Natural & Environmental Sciences, University of Southampton, UK What can in situ X-ray studies tell us about the surface of electrocatalyst nanoparticles?
D. Schiffrin Department of Chemistry, University of Liverpool, UK Metal nanoparticles as charge carriers for electrochemical transformations
R. Schuster Physical Chemistry of Condensed Matter Division, KIT, Germany Heat effects upon electrochemical metal deposition reactions
J. Stickney Department of Chemistry, University maniumof Georgia, USA Electrodeposition of Germanium
K. Uosaki National Institute for Materials Science, Japan Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of Electrocatalytic Activity of Boron Nitride for Oxygen Reduction Reaction
K.-M. Weitzel Department of Physical Chemistry, University of Marburg, Germany Electrochemistry with a single electrode - from the interface to the interphase