Neutrons for the study of electrochemical processes, KTH and Uppsala University
April 8 - June 20
This course targets master and PhD students in the field of chemistry, physics, and engineering interested in applying neutron techniques to study electrochemical systems. The course contains a block of basic, general electrochemistry including an introductory lab. Then follows a second block on state-of-the-art electrochemical energy devices as well as a theory part on how to use neutrons to study electrochemical energy devices, including strategies on in operando and in situ cell design.
There will be two physical meetings, one at KTH April 8-9 (block 1) and one in Uppsala May 20-21 (block 2), and the students will do home assignments before and after the physical meetings. The final examination will be problems discussed at an on-line seminar.