With the drastic reduction of the Pittcon 2022 schedule, our student members lost a valuable opportunity to present their work in front of an audience and we all missed an opportunity to hear about the outstanding science that they have been performing. To remedy this situation, we are holding the SEAC – The Student Session in Electroanalysis (Pittcon 2022) on Friday, 17 June 2022, consisting of talks and posters from rising starts in our field.
The session will include talked by the eight student speakers originally selected to present at Pittcon 2022, followed by a poster session consisting of some of the electrochemistry posters presented at Pittcon 2022. It will begin at 10 AM (central time) and be hosted on Zoom.
When and Where
Friday 17 June 2022 starting at 10 AM Central Time, via Zoom.
Note: In the table below, presenters who are student members of SEAC show a link to their SEAC Member Profile. If you are not already a member, join us today!
|10:00 AM||Introductory Remarks|
|10:05 AM||Abhiroop Mishra|
(University of Ilinois)
|Scanning electrochemical microscopy as an in-situ platform for real time detection of oxygen evolution from Li-ion battery cathodes|
|10:25 AM||Andrew Pendergast|
(University of Utah)
|Quantifying the Nucleation and Growth Kinetics and Electrocatalytic Performance of Single Metal Nanoparticles and Metal Clusters in Confined Volumes|
|10:45 AM||Junaid Ahmed|
Virginia Commonwealth University
|Single-cell electroanalysis to determine the motility and adsorption orientation of bacteria on microelectrodes|
|11:05 AM||Sasha Alden|
(Texas A&M University)
|High-Throughput Nanoelectrochemistry: Individual Nanoelectrodes investigated via the Array Microcell Method (AMCM)|
|11:40 AM||Chathuri de Alwis|
(North Carolina State University)
|Exploiting Microelectrode Geometry for Enhanced Electrochemical Detection of Individual Exocytosis Events at Single Cells|
|12:00 PM||Cameron Movasagghi|
(University of California - Los Angeles)
|Rapid Pulse Voltammetry (RPV) Coupled with Partial Least Squares Regression (PLSR) for Multiplexed Detection of Serotonin and Dopamine|
|12:20 PM||Yuanyu Cheng|
(University of Virginia)
|Dual channel measurements of rapid adenosine reveal spontaneous adenosine is localized in brain slices|
|12:40 PM||Han Chen|
(Iowa State University)
|Conductive Polymeric Ionic Liquids as Functional Materials for Microscale Bioanalysis|
|1:00 PM||Virtual Poster Session|
We encourage our student members to consider applying for this session at Pittcon 2023, which we hope will be in person. Read the news article for further details.
For more information, contact these SEAC Members: