Announcement regarding the ISE Satellite Meeting
Recent Trends in Electrochemistry of Deposition, Dissolution and Corrosion - Novi Sad, Serbia from August 25 - 28, 2020.
The World Health Organization and National governments are expected to advise social distancing and avoidance of large gatherings for the foreseeable future in 2020. Since the safety of all participants is our first priority, and according to decision of ISE Executive Committee, the Serbian Chemical Society decided, with much regret, that the ISE Satellite Meeting Recent Trends in Electrochemistry of Deposition, Dissolution and Corrosion in Novi Sad cannot go ahead as planned. This decision was made following consideration of the necessary caution that must be exercised in the current unprecedented situation, as well as the uncertainty of international travel possibilities in August/September this year.
Although the Meeting Recent Trends in Electrochemistry of Deposition, Dissolution and Corrosion 2020 will not take place, the Serbian Chemical Society will consider other possibilities in due course.
This Simpozium is dedicated to the memory on two esteemed electrochemists who made a profound impact on several areas of electrochemical science, professor Aleksandar Despić and professor Dragutin Dražić.
Professors Despić and Drazić were professors at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, and members of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. Their groundbreaking work on fundamental electrode kinetics, metal deposition and dissolution processes, but also electrocatalysis and electrochemical power sources has made them two of the most renowned electrochemists in the second half of the XX century. Both, being very dedicated to teaching and passing their knowledge onto next generations of electrochemists, were the founders of several research groups and institutes at the University of Belgrade that, along with the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, make the core of what is recognized as the Belgrade School of Electrochemistry.
The symposium is supported by
Symposium topics include but are not limited to:
Electrochemical deposition techniques, electrochemical deposition of metals and alloys, underpotential deposition, electroless deposition, electrodeposition of disperse (powdered) deposits, molten salt electrolysis, electrochemical coating technology, electroplating, nanofabrication, composite coatings for implants and tissue engineering scaffolds
Electrochemical dissolution processes
Corrosion mechanisms, methods, modeling and monitoring, tribocorrosion, corrosion and wear protection, surfaces characterisation related to the corrosion resistance, corrosion of cultural material heritage (Archeological and Hystorical), corrosion of Biomaterials, smart coatings for corrosion protection
Electrochemical methods for synthesis of micro- and nano-sized metal and metal oxide powders, nanomaterials used in electrochemical applications
Location: University of Novi Sad, Central Building (Rectorate)
Address: Dr Zorana Đinđića 1, Novi Sad, Serbia
Language:The official language of the symposium is English.