Following the success of the previous editions of ElecNano 1-5 (2006, 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2013) the electrochemists of the University of Denis Diderot in Paris, the electrochemistry group of the French Chemical Society, have the pleasure to organize the sixth edition of Electrochemistry in Nanoscience meeting. This 6th edition will be held in PARIS Diderot University from May 26th to 28th 2014.

The topic of this special edition will be:


Electrochemistry at the nanoscale from basic aspect to applications.

The major goals of the conference is to cover the state of the art on electrochemistry at the nanoscale, with a special emphasize on scanning electrochemical microscopy, molecular and nano-electronics, sensors, elaboration and characterization of nanopatterned and nanostructured surfaces

The purpose of ElecNano6 is also to bring together the leading scientists in electrochemistry and the scientists working in nanosciences and nanotechnology, in order to stimulate intensive discussions, initiate cooperations, and improve the personal exchanges regarding these topics. Participation of young scientists (PhD, Students and Post-Docs) is particularly encouraged.

 The following invited speakers will be present in this meeting and give plenary lectures:

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Rudolph Marcus, California Institute of Technology, USA

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"Single molecule intermittent fluorescence studies of quantum dots and in initial steps in dye sensitized solar cells, examples of electron transfers and diffusion"

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 Pr. Allen J. Bard, University of Texas, USA

"The Electrochemical Characterization of Nanoparticles"


Pr. Masakazu Aono,National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)

"Nanoelectroionics to Open New Horizons of Materials Science and Technology"

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 Pr. Richard Mccreery, University of Alberta

"Long Range Electron Transport in Molecular Electronic Junctions"


Pr. Philippe Hapiot, University of Rennes I

"Localized Electrochemistry and Controlled Modifications of Surfaces"

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