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Symposium 2022

5th October 2022

Electrochemical Material Processes

The Symposium will cover experimental and theoretical studies of materials and processes driven by electrochemical driving forces. In particular, it will focus on Bioelectrochemical Systems and Technologies, Electrochemical Energy Systems, Electrochemical Materials Synthesis and Characterization.

The symposium will comprise

  • talks distinguished external invited guests and MAPEX members

  • poster contributions, including a short oral presentation in advance in dedicated pitch sessions

  • a dinner in the evening.

University of Bremen

Frontalansicht Cartesium

live: Rotunde (Cartesium)

online participation possible

Invited speakers

Pillot Guillaume, Center for Environmental Research and Sustainable Technology (UFT), University of Bremen

Spark of Life: Thermodynamics of electrochemistry in hydrothermal vents for the emergence of Life

Since the discovery of a natural electrical current across deep-sea hydrothermal chimneys, a new energy source is considered for the emergence of life. In modern hydrothermal vents, this current is…

Portrait Aleksandar R. Zeradjanin

Aleksandar R. Zeradjanin, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion, Mülheim an der Ruhr

Importance of Advanced Diagnostics in Designing of Electrocatalytic Interfaces for Renewable Energy Conversion and Storage

One of the key reasons why the large-scale utilization of renewable energy is postponed, lies in unusually complex phenomena of energy conversion at electrified interfaces.…

Marika Kokko

Marika Kokko, Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Tampere University

Bioelectrochemical systems and technologies

In bioelectrochemical systems (BES), micro-organisms are used as catalysts at anode and/or cathode electrodes. In the past two decades, many applications for BES have emerged, including recovery of nutrients from wastewaters and conversion of CO2 into…

Katharina Brinkert

Katharina Brinkert, Center for Applied Space Technology and Microgravity (ZARM), University of Bremen | Department of Chemistry, University of Warwick

Releasing the Bubbles: Efficient Phase Separation in (Photo-)Electrochemical Devices in Microgravity Environment

One of the major challenges human space exploration faces is the absence of buoyancy forces in orbit. Consequently, phase separation is severely hindered which impacts a large variety of…

Girogia Zampardi

Giorgia Zampardi, Universität Bremen, Energiespeicher- und Energiewandlersysteme

Towards Rechargeable Aqueous Zn-Ion Batteries: Development of Stable Zinc Anodes

G. Zampardi, M. Tribbia, J. Glenneberg, F. La Mantia

Mild acidic aqueous Zn-ion batteries (ZIBs) are among the most promising aqueous-based energy storage technologies for stationary applications thanks to their high…

Ingmar Bösing

Ingmar Bösing, Chemical Process Engineering Group (CVT), Center for Environmental Research and Sustainable Technology (UFT), University of Bremen

Modeling of Electrochemical Oxide Film Growth

Ingmar Bösing, Jorg Thöming, Fabio La Mantia

Our civilization would not be possible without stable oxide films on metal surfaces. These oxide films, also known as passive films, can slow down corrosion about three orders of magnitude, and thus passive…

Monica Santamaria

Monica Santamaria, Dipartimento di Ingegneria of Università di Palermo

Interplay between electronic properties and corrosion resistance of passive films on different stainless steel grades

Stainless steels (SSs) are a class of iron-based alloys containing different elements, such as Cr, Ni, Mo, Mn, etc.. According to European Standard, a steel can be considered…


Robert Meißner, Hamburg University of Technology / Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon

Atomistic simulations of the electrochemical solid/liquid interface

The electrified solid-liquid interface represents a challenging system for both ab initio and molecular dynamics simulations. Topics relevant to the upcoming energy transition, such as corrosion, energy storage and power…


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