3rd Intl. Symp. on Electrochemistry for Sustainable Development
SYMPOSIUM and ROUND TABLE TOPICS
This symposium will include, but is not limited to, the following selected topics:
New electroanalytical methods, including bioelectrochemical sensors, fast-scan voltammetry, scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM), electrochemical luminescence (ECL), micro- and nanofluidics, bipolar electrochemical devices, micro- and nanoparticles, Raman enhanced plasmonics (SERS, TERS, etc.), electrochemical materials etc.;
Bioelectrochemistry, including bioenergetics and bioelectricity (derivation of electrical energy from cells and organisms), etc.;
Physical electrochemistry (micro- and nanoelectrodes), including theory of kinetic coupling with transport, electron transfer kinetics in usual aqueous and non-aqueous electrolytes or in room temperature ionic liquids (RTIL), charge transfer through single molecular wires, nano-electrochemical devices, etc.;
Molecular electrochemistry, including homogeneous and surface reaction mechanisms, activation of small inert molecules by electron transfer and nanocrystals, electrocatalysis, application to synthesis and innovative drug design, novel electrosynthetic protocols, etc.;
Mechanistic approaches and analyses in organic, organometallic, and inorganic chemistry involving free radicals reactions, and organometallic catalysis by transition metal complexes for carbon-carbon bond formation and activation of small inert molecules, etc.;
Theoretical modeling through numerical simulations of complex multi-scale and multi-phase chemical and electrochemical systems for investigation and optimization of chemical homo- and heterogeneous reactivity or for the design of innovative micro- and nano electrochemically-based devices, etc.;
Investigations of essential biological physicochemical and chemical mechanisms in single living cells, and among other topics: detection and quantification of biologically important time dependent fluxes of:
Neurotransmitters vesicular release by endocrine cells or by neurons inside neural synapses, fusion pore dynamics, as well as their alteration by multi-charged metal ions, drugs, etc.;
Primary reactive oxygen and nitrogen species (superoxide ion, nitric oxide, peroxynitrite ion and its derivatives) during spontaneous cellular Oxidative Stress Bursts, in the course of macrophages phagocytosis, in inflamed cells including carcinogenesis and autoimmune diseases, etc.
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