Impedance spectroscopy (IS) is an extremely powerful non-destructive investigative technique that can provide essential information about interfacial and bulk material parameters through the use of low energy, time varying electrical excitation. The objective of this course is to provide a working knowledge of impedance spectroscopy. This will include a discussion of the theory, its application, and hands-on laboratory experience. The attendee will be introduced to a hands-on approach to the hardware and software for experimental control, data analysis. The attendee will learn methods of data presentation, data interpretation and analysis, both in the classroom and in the laboratory.
Who Should Attend?
The course is designed for students and researchers and from university, research institutes and industry who have had no prior experience with IS. An understanding of basic chemistry and physics is requisite, and an understanding of basic electrochemistry will be beneficial. Since it is intended for all participants to use the equipment in the laboratory session.
The main motivation for organizing this workshop is to provide a platform for postgraduates, researchers, and technologists involved in various sub-disciplines of Advanced Materials and Devices to recognize, involve or further strengthen the use of FTIR spectroscopy in their research activities. The expected interaction between experts and young participants will not only help in forging new relationships but will also result in creating interdisciplinary, inter-institutional collaboration programs at the local and possibly international level.
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Workshop on Theory and Practical Application of FTIR Spectroscopy in Polymer Electrolytes 2023 (26-27th July 2023)
Last Update: 02/03/2023