3rd International Symposium
on Surface Imaging/Spectroscopy
at the Solid/Liquid Interface














































































































Main topics

1. Application of SPM techniques in studies of surfaces modified by metal oxides, semiconductors, polymers, colloids and nano-sized catalysts
2. High resolution imaging of clusters, biomolecules and biological systems
3. Advanced experimental techniques for in-situ characterization of electrochemical nano-sized materials
4. Fundamental comparison of experimental and theoretical results


Plenary lecturers

R. Schloegl, FHI, Germany
A. Wieckowski, University of Illinois, USA


Workshops and poster sessions

Two workshops: Future of fuel cells (keynote lecture: R. Adzic, BNL, USA) and Nanoparticles at surfaces (key-note lecture: Z. Adamczyk, ICSC, Poland) as well as two poster sessions are planned.

Invited lecturers

H. Baltruschat
Molecular friction at electrodes: organic adsorbates
E. Baranova
Electrochemical promotion of Au and Pt nanoparticles for oxidation of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) at low temperatures
A. Bratek-Skicki
Determining mechanisms of fibrinogen adsorption at solid/liquid interfaces
A. Cuesta
Combined ATR-SEIRAS and EC-STM Study of the Immobilization of Laccase on Chemically-Modified Gold Electrodes
A. Czerwiński
The method of limited volume electrodes (LVE) as a tool for electrochemical studies of electrode materials in power sources
M. Dąbkowska, Z. Adamczyk
Mechanisms of protein adsorption determined by AFM, XPS and streaming potential measurements
C. Désilets, A. Lasia
Study of ethanol and acetaldehyde oxidation at Pt using Dynamic Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (DEIS)
M. Dudek
Composite solid fuels for solid oxide fuel cells
J.M. Feliu
Reactivity of the different Pt sites
I. Janowska
2D and 3D TEM investigations of carbon nanomaterials for catalysis
N. Kamanina
Photophysics of nanostructured materials: photorefractive, photoconductive, dynamic features and interfaces
C. Lucas
In-situ studies linking the atomic structure to reactivity at the electrochemical interface
Ł. Majchrzycki
AFM investigation of the lithium intercalation process into graphene oxide (GO) and reduced graphene oxide (rGO)
J. Molenda
Functional materials for IT-SOFC
R. J. Nichols
Single Molecule Electrical Measurements
E. Pastor
New DEMS approaches for the study of fuel cell electrocatalysts
E. Savinova
In situ spectroscopic monitoring of Platinum/ polymer electrolyte interface under controlled polarization
G. Sulka
Anodization of metals for applications in nanotechnology
M. Szklarczyk
Determination of oxidation charge and thickness of electrodeposited polymeric film on an example of electrodeposition of o-alkoxyanilines
K. Uosaki
In situ XAFS studies on electrocatalytic reactions
M. Vorotyntsev
AFM study of the growth of conducting polymer film on the electrode's edge and microband electrodes
P. Warszyński
Electrochemical probing of multilayer films
P. Żabiński
Hydrogen evolution on binary and ternary cobalt alloys deposited with superimposed magnetic field
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