Study at our Electrochemistry Summer and Winter Schools
Our Summer and Winter Schools will help you develop your expertise in electrochemistry. Methods covered are relevant to academic and industrial research.
Our Winter School will introduce you to electrochemistry. The course is a mixture of lectures and intensive small group lab teaching. We start by going over the basic theory and techniques of electrochemistry and then move onto looking at a wide range of different electrochemical measurements and how to interpret them.
Our Winter School is run in partnership with Metrohm.
Our Summer School will develop your understanding of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS). You will be introduced to the theory behind impedance spectroscopy and you will learn how to run impedance spectra in the lab on a wide variety of different electrochemical systems. We will also discuss how to interpret impedance data using equivalent circuit models.
Our Summer School is run in partnership with Ametek Scientific Instruments.
Dates and fees
The next Winter School is taking place on 14 to 18 January 2019 and the fee is £1200 (£1000 for students).
The next Summer School is taking place on 9 to 12 July 2019 and the fee is £1150.
The fee includes:
- all course materials
- all practical laboratory costs
- daily lunches
- a course dinner
Practical learning with an experienced team
Our Summer and Winter Schools take place in our state of the art laboratories. You will learn to use the instruments through practical work.
Our experienced team will work with you in small groups using tailored course materials.
- Dr Petra Cameron, University of Bath
- Dr Sara C.E. Dale, University of Bath
- Professor David Fermin, University of Bristol
- Professor Toby Jenkins, University of Bath
- Professor Frank Marken, University of Bath
- Professor Laurie Peter, University of Bath
- Professor Jason Riley, Imperial College London