Fundamentals of the Electrochemistry of the Metal/Electrolyte Interface Symposium

The symposium will focus on the fundamentals of electrochemistry of the metal/electrolyte interface, and will bring together theorists and experimentalists to discuss the latest developments.
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Fundamentals of the Electrochemistry of the Metal/Electrolyte Interface Symposium

Venue: Anatomy Lecture Theatre, 6th Floor, King’s Building, Strand campus, King’s College London

6 July 2022 @ 9:00 am 7 July 2022 @ 5:00 pm

This symposium is supported by the TYC and is the third meeting organised by the partners of the EPSRC project on quantum corrosion. The symposium will focus on the fundamentals of electrochemistry of the metal/electrolyte interface, and will bring together theorists and experimentalists to discuss the latest developments. As well as the talks, there is a poster session and a concluding discussion session.

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Programme:

Day 1 – Wednesday 6th July
0930 – 0955Tea and Coffee
0955 – 1000Introduction
Professor Bashir M. Al-Hashimi CBE FREng
Executive Dean, Faculty of Natural Mathematical & Engineering Sciences, KCL
1000 – 1100Structure and stability of surface oxides on metals
Philippe Marcus (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)
1100 – 1200Atom probe tomography and its applications in understanding corrosion of metals
Stella Pedrazzini (Imperial College London)
1200 – 1300  Lunch
1300 – 1400Time-resolved ATR-SEIRAS studies of electrocatalytic reactions
Angel Cuesta Ciscar (The University of Aberdeen)
1400 – 1500 Vibrational sum frequency generation spectroscopy at the solid/liquid interface
Ellen Backus (University of Vienna)
1500 – 1520Break
1520 – 1620Vibrational spectroscopy of water interfaces from ab initio molecular dynamics
Marialore Sulpizi (Bochum University)
1620 – 1720Electrode models for computational electrochemistry
Mathieu Salanne (Sorbonne Université)
1730Reception
Day 2 – Thursday 7th July
0900 – 0930Tea and Coffee
0930 – 1030Using Electrochemical Noise for Improving Current Understanding on the Transition of Pitting into SCC
Helmut Sarmiento-Klapper (Baker Hughes)
1030 – 1130Insights on the hydrogen pick up mechanisms of a Nb-containing Zr alloy (M5Framatome) during its corrosion in PWR primary water: an experimental study of the media/oxide/alloy system and its modelling
Frantz Martin (Atomic Energy and Alternative Energies Commission, CEA)
1130 – 1230Correlative imaging of lithium ion diffusion in 3D structures inside operating batteries
Ann Huang (Imperial College London)
1230 – 1330Lunch
1330 – 1430Ab initio insights into processes at solid/liquid interfaces
Mira Todorova (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung)
1430 – 1530Electro-chemo-mechanical phase field models for predicting pitting and stress corrosion cracking Emilio Martínez-Pañeda (Imperial College London)
1530 – 1550Break
1550 – 1650Discussion: Chair Alexei Kornyshev, Imperial College London
1650 – 1700Close

Organisers

  • Clotilde Cucinotta (Imperial College London)
  • Andrew Horsfield (Imperial College London & King’s College London)
  • Tony Paxton (Imperial College London)
  • Hafiza Bibi (Imperial College London)