Free

ECS - Advanced Impedance Spectroscopy Workshop

Event Information

Share this event

Date and Time

Location

Location

SA 104

University of Calgary

CALGARY, CA t2r1c4

Canada

View Map

Friends Who Are Going
Event description

Description

Dear members,


The Calgary ECS Student Chapter is honoured to announce that we will be hosting Prof. Mark Orazem, Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Florida. We are glad to invite you to join us for the Advanced Impedance Spectroscopy workshop on October 31, 2017 from 1-5 pm.

This workshop will cover a basic review on impedance measurements with an emphasis on how to develop models to interpret impedance data. Equivalent circuits, kinetic models, diffusion impedance and constant phase-elements will be introduced.

Content

• The motivation for using impedance spectroscopy advantages as compared to other transient techniques and the conditions under which its use is ideally suited;
• The basic concepts of how impedance is measured;
• Proper selection of experimental parameters;
• Graphical representation of impedance data, including methods to extract some physically meaningful parameters;
• Constant-phase elements;
• Application of electrical circuit analogues and more

We will provide free membership forms in the session. Please fill the forms to get free membership and be invited to the upcoming events and also support the Student Chapter.

Instructor - Mark Orazem
Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Florida, where he also holds the ExxonMobil Chemical Engineering Alumni and the University of Florida Research Foundation term professorships. Prof. Orazem is also Adjunct Professor at the Beijing University of Chemical Technology. Prof. Orazem is a Fellow of The Electrochemical Society and served for ten years as Associate Editor for the Journal of the Electrochemical Society.

Share with friends

Date and Time

Location

SA 104

University of Calgary

CALGARY, CA t2r1c4

Canada

View Map

Save This Event

Event Saved