Abstract submission deadline is extended until May 22, 2019!!!
Scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM) is utilized by continuously growing number of research groups exploring a variety of research areas including energy conversion and storage, catalysis, biochemistry, liquid-liquid interfaces, micro- and nanofabrication, corrosion and miscellaneous fields of surface science. SECM is usually applied to imaging of chemical and biological activities of various interfaces as well as to their localized modification with high resolution. The 10th Workshop on SECM and Related Techniques continues the series of previous exciting meetings.
Paris - Fontainebleau Hôtel, Novotel Fontainebleau Ury