The 6th International Summer School Spectroelectrochemistry will take place at the Center of Spectroelectrochemistry, Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research (IFW Dresden), in Dresden, Germany.
The one-week course will focus on the theoretical background (two days) and practical training (five days) in spectroelectrochemical techniques like:
- In situ Electron Spin (Paramagnetic) Resonance (ESR/EPR) spectroelectrochemistry
- In situ Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroelectrochemistry
- In situ Ultraviolet-Visible-Near infrared (UV-vis-NIR) spectroelectrochemistry
- In situ Luminescence spectroelectrochemistry
- In situ Fourier-Transform-Infrared (FTIR) spectroelectrochemistry
- In situ Raman spectroelectrochemistry
- Computational modeling of spectral and electrochemical properties.
The course presents tutorial lectures on the methods by renowned scientists and demonstration experiments in small groups. Each participant can join the lab sessions in all spectroelectrochemical techniques given above.
The summer school provides opportunities to discuss recent results and experience in spectroelectrochemistry (and beyond) through a poster presentation. The best posters will be awarded. All participants will receive a special certificate confirming their participation in the summer school.