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e-SPARK Electrochemistry Summer School

Our Facilitators

The eSPARK: International Summer School on Experimental Electrochemistry is a five-day training program with morning and afternoon laboratory classes covering a wide range of fundamental electrochemical laboratory practices. After the course, you will be able to prepare your own electrochemical setups and perform basic electroanalytical experiments.

eSPARK is offered for MSc and PhD students with beginner experience in practical electrochemistry and intend to use experimental electrochemistry in their research. It is also available to those who have some experience in a narrow field and would like to expand it towards other systems (microfluidics, non-aqueous etc.). Visit "The School" page for more details.

Emilia Witkowska-Nery

dr. inż. 

Project "SPINAKER" Lead

Laboratory session/s: Potentiometry, Biosensors

Wojciech Nogala

dr. inż., Nanoelectrohemistry Group Leader

Laboratory session/s: SECM, Microelectrodes

Martin Jönsson-Niedziółka

dr. hab. Charge Transfer Processes in Hydrodynamic Systems Group Leader

Laboratory session/s: Voltammetry, Pulsed techniques

Steven Linfield

dr., PD2PI Fellow

Laboratory session/s: Reference electrodes (Experimental design)

Bren Mark Felisilda

dr., PD2PI Fellow

Laboratory session/s: Non-aqueous solutions 

Marcin Szymon Filipiak

dr. inż, PD2PI Fellow

Laboratory session/s: Microfluidics (Hydrodynamic techniques)

Contact us

Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS
Kasprzaka 44/52, 01-224 Warsaw, Poland

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