Electrochemical Engineering

Live Wednesday, April 25, 2018, 2:00pm-3:00pm EDT
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A typical facility for the electrolytic production of aluminum
A typical facility for the electrolytic production of aluminum
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Are you involved in the design and/or operation of electrochemical devices? This webinar is for you. 

In 60 minutes, you’ll gain a basic understanding of the hardware, operation and architecture of an electrochemical system and the advantages and challenges of electrochemical processes. Through real-world examples, this webinar also will introduce you to the essential relationship between electrical current and potential and how to take advantage of it in the design and operation of electrochemical devices.

Join in to explore how electrochemical engineering touches many industries and many lives every day—from chemical and electronics manufacturing to hybrid vehicles, energy storage and beyond. You’ll be reminded how, as energy conservation becomes more important, so does the science that helps us reduce consumption and waste and lessen our impact on the planet.

Take a look at your agenda:

  • Advantages of electrochemical systems
  • The basic components and architecture of electrochemical systems
  • Understanding the electron-transfer reaction
  • The relationship between current and potential

Tom Fuller

Tom Fuller is Professor of Chemical Engineering at the Georgia Tech. Dr. Fuller received a BS from the University of Utah in Chemical Engineering in 1982. Dr. Fuller then served for five years in the U.S. Navy working as a Nuclear Engineer. In 1992 he obtained a Ph.D. from UC, Berkeley also in Chemical Engineering.

Subsequently, Dr. Fuller developed advanced lithium batteries while working as a postdoctoral fellow at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He then moved to United Technologies. He was responsible for technology development, design, assembly, and test of cell stacks...Read more

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