Published May 14, 2024 | Version v1
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RSE SEE 9 - Book of Abstracts

  • 1. ROR icon University of Belgrade
  • 2. Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy
  • 3. ROR icon University of Belgrade - Faculty of Physical Chemistry


In its 9th edition, the RSE-SEE conference continues to highlight the pivotal role of electrochemistry as a fundamental and applied discipline driving progress in modern society, particularly in Southeastern Europe. The conference will delve into diverse areas where electrochemistry plays an indispensable role, including renewable energy sources, energy storage devices, medical applications, biochemistry, agriculture, and analytics. Traditional topics like catalysis, synthesis, corrosion, and corrosion protection will also receive due attention.

The conference's comprehensive scope encompasses various aspects of electrochemistry, such as:

  • Electrochemistry at Interfaces: Exploring Thermodynamic, Kinetic, and Methodological Aspects.
  • Electrochemistry of New Functional Materials: Focusing on Conducting Polymers and Composites.
  • Electrochemical Energy Storage: Discussing Batteries, Fuel Cells, and Supercapacitors.
  • Electrochemistry for Environmental Applications: Addressing Sustainable Solutions.
  • Analytical Electrochemistry: Focusing on Sensors and Biosensors.
  • Electrocatalysis: Exploring New Non-Noble Metal Catalysts.
  • Nanoscale Electrochemistry: Investigating the Electrochemical Processes at Nanoscale.
  • Organic and Bioelectrochemistry: Unraveling the Intricacies of Organic and Biological Systems.
  • Stability of Electrochemical Systems: Corrosion and Corrosion Prevention, especially in Nuclear Power Plants.
  • Electrodeposition and Electroplating: Understanding the Electrochemical Deposition Processes.
  • Electrochemical Instrumentation: Exploring Combined Techniques for Comprehensive Analysis.



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9th Regional Symposium on Electrochemistry - South-East Europe