The Annual Symposium of the Working Group on Electrochemistry of the Royal Netherland Chemical Society will take place in Groningen this November:
Hyphenated Electrochemistry – Combining Electrochemical Methods with Complementary Techniques for Sensing Applications
The capability of electrochemistry is greatly enhanced when used in combination with other methods. The meeting focusses on such hyphenated techniques, which have recently gained more importance in a variety of fields, for example in analytics. Topics include single-molecule detection, electrochemiluminescence, electrochemical transistors, micro- and nanofluidic lab-on-a-chip detection, and diverse
applications such as fuel cells and protein analysis.
Date: Friday 23 November 2018
Location: NH Hotel Groningen, Hanzeplein 132, 9713 GW Groningen
See here for the program, and here for the registration.
Hanan joined the group to pursue her Ph.D. thesis. She is going to work on nanofluidic devices exploring novel ways of electrochemical and optical sensing. She graduated with a Master in Chemical Engineering from the Delft University of Technology with a thesis on the synthesis and characterization of metal-organic frameworks. A warm welcome to Hanan!
Good news. I just started a new position in the Pharmaceutical Analysis Group at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.
Here I am going to focus my research on nanofluidic and microfluidic tools for analytical chemistry. Using microfabrication I plan to develop new devices which combine electrochemistry and optical sensing at the nanoscale.
I just moved to Chemnitz and joined the IFW Dresden, which is the Leibniz-Institut für Festkörper und Werkstoffforschung Dresden. I will be working in Oliver Schmidt’s Institute for Integrative Nanosciences, not in Dresden though, but at the Institute’s research site at the Chemnitz University of Technology. Here I will continue research on nanofluidic systems.