Ultra Micro Electrode Workshop

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McGill University

Pulp and Paper Research Institute

3420 Rue University

Montréal, QC H3A 0C7

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This Fall, the ECS Montreal Student Chapter is hosting its second annual electrohemistry workshop at McGill University. The main outcome attendees can expect from this event is hands-on experience designing, fabricating, and characterizing Ultra Micro Electrodes (UMEs) typically employed as the working electode in scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM). Participants will be invited into the Mauzeroll group's laboratory- A world renown laboratory known for in-house UME fabrication and SECM- for a two-day workshop. The event will include a talk from the expert herself, Prof. Janine Mauzeroll, cost-benefit analysis of in-house fabricated UMEs, an experimental design session where participants can tailor the UME electroactive material/size made during the workshop to her/his own research needs, and a full fabrication and characterization course led by experienced students. Coming from out of town? Apply for travel funding today by filling out the form on our website: http://ecsmontreal.blogspot.com/.

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McGill University

Pulp and Paper Research Institute

3420 Rue University

Montréal, QC H3A 0C7

Canada

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