Mini-Conferências

Seção 1 / Eletroanalítica e Sensores Eletroquímicos (EASE)

Lucio Angnes (IQ-USP)
A inovação na jornada de um eletroanalítico. Aspectos a serem repensados pelo modelo acadêmico clássico.

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Magno Aparecido Gonçalves Trindade (UFGD)
Tecnologias alternativas para viabilizar pesquisas em eletroanalítica

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Mauro Bertotti (IQ-USP)
Fabrication of novel sensor platforms for detection of biologically relevant species

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Rodrigo Alejandro Abarza Muñoz (UFU)
3D-printed carbon-based electrodes for electrochemical sensing

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Ronaldo Censi Faria (UFSCar)
Electrochemical methods for ultrasensitive biomarker detection and the diagnosis of disease

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Wendell Karlos Tomazelli Coltro (UFG)
Disposable carbon electrodes on paper and polyester platforms.

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Seção 2 / Eletroquímica Ambiental e Engenharia Eletroquímica (EAEE)

Artur de Jesus Motheo (IQSC-USP)
On the application of electrochemical methods in the treatment of effluents and contaminated water

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Christiane de Arruda Rodrigues (UNIFESP)
Photoelectrochemical CO2 Conversion: from catalyst to their application in an electrolyzer

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Giancarlo Richard Salazar Banda (Instituto de Tecnologia e Pesquisa - Laboratório de Eletroquímica e Nanotecnologia)
Eletrodos de misturas de óxidos metálicos preparados por métodos não-convencionais

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Luis Augusto Martins Ruotolo (UFScar)
Dessalinização Eletroquímica

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Seção 3 / Eletroquímica de Materiais Nanoestruturados, Processos Eletroquímicos e Interfaces (EMPE)

Ana Flavia Nogueira (Unicamp)
Novel (nano)materials applied to solar energy conversion

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Luiz Henrique Dall'Antonia (UEL)
Nanostructured materials for photoelectrocatalysis applications

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Susana Ines Cordoba de Torresi (IQ-USP)
On the molecular recognition of tailored nanostructured materials

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Seção 4 / Eletroquímica Fundamental, Eletrossíntese e Eletroquímica Orgânica (EFESEO)

Elton Sitta (DQ-UFSCar)
Efeito de cátions, ânions e do pH em eletrocatálise estudado por meio de instabilidades dinâmicas

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Leigh Aldous (King's College - Londres)
Thermoelectrochemistry: Using entropy and electrochemistry to convert waste heat to electricity

The broad research interests of the Aldous group can be summarised by two core areas: Thermoelectrochemistry: Our interest in thermoelectrochemistry is related to the conversion of waste heat into useful energy using redox chemistry. This is an entropy-driven process, and as it relies upon chemistry it has no moving mechanical parts and is highly scalable. We are tailoring our redox chemistry (electrochemistry), electrolyte and electrodes towards having the highest possible efficiency, while also aiming to be as innocuous as possible, with the end goal of developing wearable devices to exploit waste body heat. Biomass utilisation: Biomass is basically trees, grass, agricultural waste and a whole range of other things. Like almost everything else, they are made of chemicals. Our research investigates converting these chemicals into useful energy and some of the chemicals required for modern day quality of life. We combine this with the principles of ‘green chemistry’ or ‘sustainable chemistry’, looking to recycle as much as possible while making the smallest possible impact outside of our process.

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Marília Oliveira Fonseca Goulart (UFAL)
The brilliant electrochemistry of BODIPY-based fluorescent dyes

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Mark E. Newton (University of Warwick)
Electrochemical Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR): Instrumentation and Application

Research Interests

My research focuses on three different themes:

1. The extreme properties of diamond mean that it could surpass other wide band gap materials in many optical and electronic applications. Ultimately, the electrical and optical properties will be limited by defects and impurities either grown-in, introduced during processing steps involved in modern device fabrication, or produced via possible degradation processes during device operation. This motivates work on understanding and determining the electronic properties and lattice structures of defects, as well as the diffusion of impurities and activation of dopants in diamond. The group uses a wide range of spectroscopic and microscopic techniques to study, engineer and exploit defects in diamond. See go.warwick.ac.uk/diamond.

2. The development of new technologies, techniques and methodologies for Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR), Dynamic Nuclear Polarisation (DNP) and optical spectroscopies. Advances in instrumentation provide the competitive edge and underly almost everything that goes on in experimental science. See go.warwick.ac.uk/DNP.

3. Boron doped diamond (BDD) is presently the subject of considerable interest as an electrode material. This is a consequence of its very wide potential window in aqueous solution, low background currents, and corrosion stability in aggressive media. In collaboration with the Warwick Electrochemistry and Interfaces Group, we are investigating the electrical and electrochemical properties of single crystal and polycrystalline BDD and developing diamond based sensor technologies. See www.warwick.ac.uk/electrochemistry.

I am also Director of the Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Integrated Magnetic Resonance (iMR) which involves internationally-leading researchers at the Universities of Warwick, St Andrews/Dundee, Southampton, Nottingham and Aberdeen as well as all the major industrial magnetic resonance companies. m.e.newton@warwick.ac.uk

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Seção 5 / Bioeletroquímica, Biossensores e Bioanalítica (BEBSBA)

Frank Nelson Crespilho (IQSC-USP)
Time and Space Resolved Methods and In Situ Instrumentation for Operando Bioelectrochemistry: Emerging Problems in Energy, Health and Bio-Inspired Materials

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Hideko Yamanaka (IQ-Araraquara-UNESP)
Doença greening em citrus: plataformas de diagnosticos

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Rosa Amalia Fireman Dutra (UFPE)
Challenges in point-of-care immunosensors

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Seção 6 / Energia, Baterias Supercapacitores e Células a Combustível (EBSCC)

Edson Antonio Ticianelli (IQSC-USP)
Atividade de catalisadores de metais não nobres em processos eletroquímicos de conversão de energia: as reações de redução de próton, oxigênio e gás carbônico

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Fritz Cavalcanti Huguenin (FFCLRP - USP)
Electrochemistry of Blue Energy Devices and Acid-Base Machines

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Germano Tremiliosi-Filho (IQ-USP)
Nanotubos de TiO2 auto dopados e decorados com nanopartículas de Pt para aplicação em células à combustível foto-assistida direta de álcool

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Giuseppe Abíola Câmara da Silva (IQ/UFMS)
Eletrocatálise de moléculas orgânicas pequenas: Aspectos de estabilidade, forma e função.

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Hebe de las Mercedes Villullas (IQ-Araraquara-UNESP)
As correlações atividade-propriedades em eletrocatálise

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Iwona Rutkowska (University of Warsaw)
Nanostructured-Metal-Oxide-Supported Noble Metal Nanoparticles for Electrocatalytic Processes of Importance to Fuel Cell Technology

Iwona Rutkowska is a faculty member at the Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw. Her current research focuses on materials chemistry and electrochemistry, metal oxides, organic and inorganic polymers, electrocatalytic nanostructures including noble metal nanoparticles and functionalized carbons, mechanisms of ion and electron transfer processes in mixed-valence inorganic films. She develop nanomaterials for sustainable conversion and storage of energy. Her research interests involve oxidation of small organic molecule, oxygen reduction reaction and carbon dioxide reduction in acid and alkaline media. She is a member of the Electrochemical Society (Pennington, USA) and International Society of Electrochemistry (Lausanne, Switzerland).

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Roberto Manuel Torresi (IQ-USP)
Electrochemical energy storage on the rise

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Seção 7 / Tratamento, Corrosão E Proteção de Superfícies (TCPS)

Assis Vicente Benedetti (IQ-Araraquara/Unesp)
Revestimentos resistentes à corrosão aplicados à superfície por aspersão “fria”. (Corrosion-resistant coatings applied to the surface by cold gas spray)

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Lucia Helena Mascaro (UFSCAR)
Micrografias ópticas in situ acopladas a técnicas eletroquímicas para analisar o processo de corrosão

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Luis Frederico Pinheiro Dick (UFRGRS)
Comparative analysis of µ-electrochemical probe techniques used to study the nucleation of localized corrosion

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Pedro de Lima Neto (UFCE)
Solventes eutéticos para preparação de materiais metálicos por eletrodeposição

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