Synchrotron Electrochemistry Workshop 2024

Mar 18. till Mar 19.

Synchrotron Electrochemistry workshop 2024

The Synchrotron Electrochemistry Workshop provides an opportunity for the electrochemistry and the synchrotron communities to meet and discuss the prospects, challenges and possibilities offered by x-ray based in-situ and operando techniques for the characterization of electrochemical systems.

18/03/20242024-03-18 - 19/03/20242024-03-19
Jesus College, Oxford University, Oxford


The aim of the workshop is to create a space for synchrotron users with different interests and degree of experience to share their expertise and their vision on the use of X-Ray-based techniques for applied and fundamental problems in electrochemistry. 
The event will not be focused on a single technique or on a specific electrochemical topic, it will instead be open to a broad community and will aim to create a stimulating space for confrontation and discussion.  
In addition, the workshop will be an opportunity for users of the electrochemistry community to showcase their research. 
The event will take place at Jesus College, in Oxford. The venue is located in the centre of Oxford, just a few meters away from the High Street and easy to reach by public transport.


  • X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
  • Photo Electron Spectroscopy
  • Resonant Methods
  • Surface x-ray Diffraction
  • X-ray Reflectivity
  • Electrochemical Cell Design
  • Application of synchrotron and x-ray techniques to:
  • Corrosion Science and Technology
  • Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion
  • Organic and Bioelectrochemistry
  • Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry
  • Electrocatalysis
  • Electrosynthesis
  • Solvation 
  • Photoelectrochemistry
  • Batteries and Energy Storage
  • Electroanalytical chemistry
  • Coatings and electrochemical surface treatments
  • Molecular electrochemistry

Invited Speakers


Monday 18th March 12:30 Registration & Lunch
13:30 Invited talk: Andrea Russell
14:00 Talk
14:20 Talk
14:40 Invited talk: Yvonne Grunder
15:10 Coffee Break
15:50 Invited talk: Victor de la Pena
16:20 Talk
16:40 Talk
17:00 Talk
17:30 Posters & Drinks reception
19:00 Workshop dinner
Tuesday 19th March  09:00 Invited talk: Mariana Monteiro
09:30 Talk
09:50 Talk
10:10 Talk
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Invited talk: Rhodri Jervis
11:30 Talk
11:50 Talk
12:10 Talk
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Invited talk: Axel Knop
14:00 Talk
14:20 Talk
14:40 Talk
15:10 Talk
16:50 Closing remarks

Abstract Submission

The call for abstracts for Synchrotron Electrochemistry Workshop 2024 is now open, we are welcoming submissions for both presentations and posters which will be displayed during the event. 

  • Presentation submission deadline - Wednesday 31st January 2024
  • Poster submission deadline - Thursday 15th February 2024


Steps-by-step abstract submission

  • Create your abstract 
  • Save the abstract as a pdf and with file name as: PresentingAuthorSurname_Firstname
  • Click on the link above to submit your abstract
  • Fill in the form and attach your abstact
  • You will receive an on-screen confirmation immediately after the successful submission of the abstract. An email will follow shortly after (to the email provided during submission) summarising the submission



Access to this event is upon registration only. Spaces are limited and available on a first come first served basis.

Registration is now closed.


The registration fee is £100 and includes access to 2 days of scientific programme, lunches, refreshments, a drinks reception and a conference dinner.

Attendees are required to cover the costs of their accommodation and transport to and from Jesus College (Oxford).



The event will take place at Jesus College (Oxford)

Jesus college

Located in the heart of Oxford, just a few minutes’ walk from the University’s libraries, science campus and humanities buildings, Jesus College combines the highest standards of academic excellence in teaching and research with a vibrant, inclusive and supportive community.

The College was founded in 1571 by Queen Elizabeth 1, at the request of a Welsh lawyer and clergyman called Hugh Price, and our beautiful Dining Hall, Chapel, and Principal’s Lodgings are still used for their original purposes today. The historic Fellows’ Library houses our collection of early printed books, and our stunning quadrangles provide an oasis of green; bustling with life in the summer months. We embrace all the wonderful Oxford traditions, and also celebrate many unique to Jesus College itself, such as our annual St David’s Day celebrations to mark our Welsh origins.

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Contact the organiser

If you have any queries relating to this workshop, please contact the Diamond Events Team who will be able to help.

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