Why this 2-day Masterclass in Electroanalysis Workshop?
Electroanalytical techniques are the methodologies underpinning all electrochemical sensors.
This 2-day course run by the University of Cambridge will provide the attendees with the tools and necessary experience to develop and troubleshoot their own electrochemical systems, with a specific focus on electroanalytical chemistry.
Practical examples that will be discussed includes: novel pH sensors, chemical sensors, biosensors and medical diagnostics.
Who should attend?
This course is designed for anyone embarking on a programme, project, or research where electroanalytical science is at the heart of what they are developing, be it within the industrial or academic arenas.
Practical and theoretical sessions.
Combining both seminar and laboratory ‘hands-on’ learning, the delegates will leave with the confidence to tackle this expanding technological area.
Developed by award winning Industrialists and Cambridge Academics, using University of Cambridge teaching techniques, this Masterclass delivers a valuable insight for anyone intending to use electrochemical techniques within a sensing application.
The course will be led by Professor Adrian Fisher of the University of Cambridge, supported by Dr Nathan Lawrence of CambEChem and Dr Martin Peacock of Zimmer and Peacock.
Venue and Date
This course will be helf at the University of Cambridge Department of Chemical Engineering and runs on the 3 and 4 October 2017.
AM - Fundamental Electrochemistry.
PM - Practical Hands-on Sessions.
AM - Electroanalysis at Work.
PM - Developing your Toolset.
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