The meeting will provide a timely opportunity to discuss the most important challenges facing our global society that revolve around Energy, the Environment and Health. Fossil fuels will soon become unviable both from an economic and an environmental perspective. Moreover, an ageing population is one of the most significant trends of the 21st century, demanding new approaches to clinical analysis and medical diagnostics. These are both challenges in which innovations in electrochemical science must play a leading role. Frequently, the same fundamental advances drives the areas of energy and electrochemical analysis forward. A critical aspect in next generation energy research is the ability to analyse in real time conversion products and detect any unwanted emissions. This also highlights the important role that electrochemical based sensing research could play in energy related applications.
Event #: 40
May 7, 2023 - May 10, 2023