Scientific Program

The main theme will be the use in electrochemistry of materials with features on the nano-scale, including (but not restricted to) nanoparticles, layered materials, 2D-materials and nano-structured surfaces. Both fundamental and applied topics will be covered, so applications of nanomaterials in electrocatalysis, battery materials, supercapacitors and electrochemial sensing are warmly encouraged. The theme fits well with the University of Manchester’s role in the development of graphene (2010 Nobel Prize in Physics) and other 2D materials and should appeal to a wide cross-section of the electrochemical and energy storage community.