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12. April, 10:00 - April 16, 2010 17:00

Empa, Dübendorf

The course is designed for people in academy or industry who are interested in electrochemistry and electrochemical applications, but do not have a formal training in electrochemical engineering.

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The course is designed for people in academy or industry who are interested in electrochemistry and electrochemical applications, but do not have a formal training in electrochemical engineering.

Content

Background and Scope
There is currently an increasing commercial and scientific interest in the production of nanopowders and their application both in the ceramics and paint industry as well as in the development of improved rubbers and other types of polymer materials.

Aims
Learning how and why nanopowders are produced in amounts of millions of tons in industry; but also see, how future nanomaterials development will be influenced by ongoing nanopowder synthesis.

Remark
This course is module 5.2 of the NMT Postgraduate Study in Nano & Microtechnology