18th Australian Electrochemistry Symposium, 15 April 2012

The 18th Australian Electrochemistry Symposium, sponsored by Analyst and Analytical Methods, runs all day on Sunday 15th April, at the Resources and Chemistry Precinct, Curtin University, Australia.

As well as a contributed lecture programme and poster session, there will be three keynote lectures by the 2012 medallists of the Electrochemistry Division of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (ED-RACI):

  • Joe Wang (University of California – San Diego), speaking on motion-based biosensing, is the 2012 Breyer Medallist
  • Justin Gooding (University of New South Wales), speaking on dispersible electrodes, is the 2012 Stokes Medallist
  • Jie Zhang (Monash University), speaking on reactions in ionic liquids, is the 2012 Bond Medallist

The meeting is being coordinated by Analyst Advisory Board member, Damien Arrigan, and further information can be found online.

 18th Australian Electrochemistry Symposium, Curtin University, 15 April 2012

Read some papers from the keynote speakers below:

Stamp Transfer Electrodes for Electrochemical Sensing on Non-Planar and Oversized Surfaces
Joshua Ray Windmiller, Amay Jairaj Bandodkar, Serguey Parkhomovsky and Joseph Wang
Analyst, 2012, Accepted Manuscript
DOI: 10.1039/C2AN35041F

Wearable electrochemical sensors for in situ analysis in marine environments
Kerstin Malzahn, Joshua Ray Windmiller, Gabriela Valdés-Ramírez, Michael J. Schöning and Joseph Wang
Analyst, 2011, 136, 2912-2917
DOI: 10.1039/C1AN15193B

Development of an electrochemical immunosensor for the detection of HbA1c in serum
Guozhen Liu, Sook Mei Khor, Sridhar G. Iyengar and J. Justin Gooding
Analyst, 2012, 137, 829-832
DOI: 10.1039/C2AN16034J
From collection: Future Electroanalytical Developments

Critical Review: Practical considerations associated with voltammetric studies in room temperature ionic liquids
Jie Zhang and Alan M. Bond
Analyst, 2005, 130, 1132-1147
DOI: 10.1039/B504721H

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