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6–10 June 2010, Belgrade, Serbia
The second Regional Symposium on Electrochemistry—South-East Europe (RSE-SEE) will take place at the SAVA Congress Center in Belgrade, Serbia, from 6–10 June 2010.
The conference will consist of invited speakers’ lectures and oral and poster contributions from the more than 200 participants from the region who are expected.
Recognizing the significance of the field to science, technology, and every-day life, electrochemists from this region decided to provide a broad framework for the exchange of knowledge, ideas, and news among themselves and with the international electrochemical and scientific community at large. The first RSE-was held in Rovinj, Croatia in 2008.
The main objectives of the RSE-SEE could be summarized as follows:
- promotion of electrochemistry and its visibility as a part of science and as the basis of a significant part of modern technology
- creation and promotion of international cooperation and personal contacts among electrochemists, and particularly amongt young researchers entering the field of electrochemistry
- establishment and maintenance of high-quality methods and standards in electrochemical research
The RSE-SEE covers fundamental and applied aspects of electrochemistry, including (but not limited to) the following:
- experimental and theoretical methods in electrochemistry
- physical electrochemistry and analytical electrochemistry
- organic electrochemistry
- environmental electrochemistry
- bioelectrochemistry and biomedical applications
- nanoscale and molecular electrochemistry
- energy conversion and storage devices (batteries, fuel, and solar cells, electrochemical capacitors)
- corrosion, passivation, and anodic films
- electrochemistry of functional structures and materials (nanostructures, conducting polymer films, dielectrics, semiconductors)
- electrochemical and electronic sensor devices
- electrochemical synthesis, deposition, electrolysis, and engineering
Belgrade and Serbia have plenty to offer in terms of science, culture, entertainment, fun and good food.
See Mark Your Calendar for contact information.
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