Following the success of the previous editions of ElecNano 1-6 (2006, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2014), the researchers of the NanoBiointerface team of the Institut d’Electronique, de Microélectronique et de Nanotechnologie of the University of Lille (IEMN) and the sub-Division of Electrochemistry of the French Chemical Society are happy to organise the 7th meeting of Electrochemistry in Nanoscience

This 7th edition will be held in Lille at Polytech’Lille from May 23th to 25th 2016.

The focus of this meeting will be :

Nanomaterials for sensing and energy driven applications

The area of nanotechnology and the development of novel functional nanomaterials has witnessed continuously growing interest. Numerous projects have been focused on the synthesis, characterization, and functionalization of nanomaterials, as well as their enormous possible applications in energy generation/storage devices ranging from such fuel cells, batteries, to supercapacitors. Electrochemical techniques using these new material-based electrodes provide in addition sensitive and selective sensing platforms, and so are expected to be of wide interest for analytical purposes.

The 2016 ElecNano Meeting brings together leading experts from various scientific disciplines to discuss new and exciting advances that involve nanoscale materials and nanotechnologies for electrochemical sensing and energy related issues. It is anticipated that this topic will stimulate further interest in nanomaterials research and nanotechnology development and stimulate cooperation and discussions with leading experts in the field. Participations of young scientists (PhD, post-docs) is highly encouraged.

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

Pr. Justin GOODING, School of Chemistry and Australian Centre for NanoMedicine, University of New South Wales, Australia

Editor-in-Chief, ACS Sensors

Magnetic Nanoparticles As Dispersible Electrodes

Pr. Lisa HALL, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge, UK

Making Functional Biological Materials for Sensors

Pr. Martin PUMERA , School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Electrochemistry of Graphene and Other Layered Materials
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