Scientific Scope

Over the last decade, there have been many advances in electroanalytical chemistry, including single entity electrochemistry, new scanning probe techniques, new generations of sensor technology, and new in-situ spectroelectrochemical techniques for evaluating electrochemical systems. This Topical Meeting will provide a venue for electroanalytical chemists to present their latest findings and developments in the field. The meeting will invite submissions in both the fundamental aspects of developing new techniques, as well as the application of those techniques (i.e. sensors, lab-on-a- chip devices, etc.). Topics will include: scanning probe microscopy techniques, bipolar electrochemistry for sensing, single entity electrochemistry, chemically modified electrodes for sensors, direct and mediated bioelectrocatalysis for biosensors, lab- on-a-chip devices development for electroanalysis, in-situ electrochemical tunnelling electron microscopy techniques, and in-situ spectroelectrochemical techniques.