The ECCM Graduate School is back!
13 June–16 June 2023
Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant De Witte Raaf, Duinweg 117, 2204 AT Noordwijk
The Graduate School is open to researchers from scientific institutes and companies alike, and strives for a balanced mix of participants.
What are the fees?
PhD students and postdocs: € 363*
Industrial participants and lectoren: € 726*
*This includes tax, meals, activities and accommodation.
How can I register?
There are only *50 places available, and pre-registeration closed on Friday 31 March 2023.
If you have pre-registered in time, we will get in touch about your participation before 15 April 2023.
*Should the number of pre-registrations exceed the available places, a selection will take place. This will strive for a healthy balance between industrial and academic participants and a representative geographical distribution. Priority will be given to researchers at their earlier career stages (PhDs versus postdocs) and candidates that have pre-registered early.
- Marc Koper (University of Leiden), Fundamentals of Electrochemistry
- Petra de Jongh (University of Utrecht), Electrodes and materials for electrochemical conversion
- Amanda Garcia (University of Amsterdam), Marco Altomare (University of Twente), Best practices in electrochemistry
- Earl Goetheer (HighTechXL), Scale-up of electrochemical processes: hurdles and opportunities
- Rob Lammertink (University of Twente), Mass transport in electrochemical processes
- Michele Tedesco (TNO/Wetsus), Ion exchange and bipolar membranes
- Vincent Vivier (Sorbonne University), Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy
- Rik Mom (University of Leiden), Ward van der Stam (University of Utrecht), X-ray and vibrational spectroscopy in electrochemistry
- Antoni Forner Cuenca (Eindhoven University of Technology), Redox flow batteries: Fundamentals and challenges
- Thijs de Groot (HyCC/Eindhoven University of Technology), Industrial water and chlor-alkali electrolysis
- Frans van Berkel & Michiel Langerman (TNO), High Temperature Fuel Cells and Electrolysis: From Fundamentals to Application
- Tom Burdyny (Delft University of Technology), Electrochemical CO2 conversion
- Joost Reek (University of Amsterdam), Supramolecular approaches in solar to fuel devices based on molecular components
- Andrea Ramirez (Delft University of Technology), System integration
- Mattijs Slee (Battolyser Systems), A business perspective on electrochemistry in a net-zero world
Amanda Garcia, Marco Altomare, Michele Tedesco
Do you have any questions? Let us know here.