13th International Fischer Symposium
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Book of Abstracts

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The International Fischer Symposium (IFS) is a conference gathering 100 to 120 attendees in a friendly atmosphere every 3 years. Since its early editions in Karlsruhe, under the auspices of Prof. W. Lorenz, and then in Munich, under the auspices of Prof. U. Stimming, the IFS has traditionally been the place where the relations between electrochemistry and other fields of science are discussed and interdisciplinary approaches are developed. We hope to gather experimentalists and theoreticians, who are working on or are interested in the field of electrochemistry at the nanometer scale, including but not limited to:
  • interface structure and dynamics
  • electrocatalysis
  • electrodeposition of nanomaterials
  • functionalized electrodes
  • electrochemical nanostructuring
  • new methods for nanoscale studies