The 8th edition of Elecnano is finished. Thanks to all participants  

Following the success of the previous editions of ElecNano 1-7 (2006, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2016), the members of the Electroanalytical Chemistry group of the Laboratoire de Chimie Physique et Microbiologie pour les Matériaux et l’Environnement (LCPME) of CNRS and the Université de Lorraine, and the sub-Division of Electrochemistry of the French Chemical Society, are happy to organise the 8th meeting of Electrochemistry in Nanoscience

This 8th edition will be held in Nancy, at Université de Lorraine from May 29th to 31st 2018.

The focus of this meeting will be:

Electrochemistry for Nano & Nano for Electrochemistry

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The major goal is to show the mutual interest of electrochemistry and nanosciences by bringing together leading scientists from both communities and developing a research at their intersection. Particular emphasis will be laid on the tremendous interest of electrochemistry for systems characterization at the nanoscale (nanomaterials and biological objects, SECM and related techniques) and surface modification (nanopatterning, nanostructuration), as well as on the exploitation of nanomaterials and nanotechnologies in electrochemical applications (sensors and biosensors, energy conversion and storage, nano-electronics, actuators). It is anticipated that these topics will stimulate further developments at the confluence between electrochemistry and nanotechnology and discussions with leading experts in the field. Participation of young scientists (PhD, post-docs) is highly encouraged.

The Inaugural Lecture will be given by:

Professor Jean-Pierre SAUVAGE
Université de Strasbourg, France

2016 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry

From chemical topology to molecular machines


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


Pr. Philip N. BARTLETT, University of Southampton, UK

President of the International Society of Electrochemistry

Electrodeposition of nanostructured materials for device applications 

Pr. Michael V. MIRKIN, Queens College, Energy Institute, The City University of New York, USA

Nanoscale characterization of chemical heterogeneity with the SECM

Pr. Wolfgang SCHUHMANN, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

 Bioelectrochemistry using micro- and nanoelectrodes


Five invited talks, selected oral presentations and poster sessions will complete the program.


Pr. Tim Albrecht, Birmingham University, London UK

Probing structural diversity in molecular adlayers by tunnelling spectroscopy


Pr. Louis de Smet, Wageningen University, Netherland

Electrochemically prepared Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) for capacitive gas sensing

Dr. Frederic Kanoufi, ITODYS, Paris, France

In operando optical monitoring of the electrodeposition of nanostructures

Pr. Pooi S. Lee, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, SG

Redox nanomaterials for electrochemical energy devices

Pr. Bin Ren, Xiamen University, CN

Tip-enhanced Raman Spectroscopy for Nanoscale Characterization of Electrochemical Systems


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