Colloque Electrochimie dans les Nanosciences 3

Paris, France

21-22 Avril 2009













The 3rd edition of Elecnano3 is finished. Thanks to all participants
Due to the success of the previous edition, the electrochemist group of chemical French society and the electrochemist of the University of Denis diderot have the pleasure to organize the third edition of Electrochemistry in Nanoscience meeting. This 3rd edition will be held in Paris at the new building of the University of Denis Diderot. The topic of this special edition will be:
Electrochemical Microscopy
Nanopatterned surfaces and interfaces, and Molecular electronics
The aim of the meeting is the use of electrochemical microscopy to build, characterize, investigate, and the activation of nanosystems and/or nanostructures. Beside that, the other interest of the meeting is to show the contribution of electrochemistry to investigate patterned surfaces and in molecular electronics. The purpose of the ElecNano3 is to bring the leading scientists in electrochemistry and the scientists working in Nanosciences and Nanotechnology to simulate intensive discussion, initiate cooperation, and improve the personal links in this field. Participation of young scientists (PhD, Students and Post-Docs) is particularly encouraged.

Four invited speakers will be present in this meeting:

A. J. Bard
University of Texas at Austin, USA

The Application of Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy to the Discovery and Study of Electrocatalysts

N. Tao
Arizona State University, USA
Electron Transport via Redox Molecules
C. Amatore
ENS ULM, France
Seeing Electron Communication INSIDE Molecules By Ultrafast Cyclic Voltammetry
W. Schuhmann
Ruhr-Universitšt Bochum Germany
Convolution of topography and local electrochemical activity in SECM imaging

The following colleagues have accepted to present Invited Lectures.

F. Kanoufi (CNRS-ESPCI, Paris) Microelectrochemical patterning of surfaces with organic layers
V. Vivier (CNRS-UPMC, Paris) Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy coupled with EQCM and EIS
C. Lefrou (CNRS-LEPMI, Grenoble) Why are numerical simulations unavoidable for quantitative SECM ?
T. Livache (CEA Grenoble) How to get more information from biochips ? Use of electrochemistry for an optical detection process.
C. Marquette (CNRS-Univ Lyon) Electrochemical grafting of biomolecules for diagnostic
C. Demaille (LEM, Paris Diderot) Electrochemical atomic force microscopy (AFM-SECM) using tip-attached redox-labeled polymer chains as local molecular nanosensors



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