205th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society

May 9-May 14, 2004


Q1 - Educational Needs and Approaches for Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering/Physical Electrochemistry

Monday, May 10, 2004

Salon L, Level 3

Co-Chairs: J. Fenton and R. Savinell

10:00705 Development of an Electrochemical Engineering Course Sequence with Emphasis on Fuel Cells - T. Zawodzinski, U. Landau, P. Pintauro, and R. Savinell (Case Western Reserve University)
10:20706 Verification of No Contact Resistance for in-situ Measurement of Polymeric Membrane Conductivity in PEMFCs - M. Williams, H.R. Kunz, and J. Fenton (University of Connecticut)
10:40707 Redox Flow Batteries - D. Pletcher and R. Wills (University of Southampton)
11:00708 Use Of Computation And Simulation For Teaching Electrochemical Process - P. Mandin and M. Cassir (Ecole Nationale Superieure de Chimie de Paris)
11:20709 Electrochemical Engineering Modeling Of The Chemical Bath Electrodeposition Process: From The Continuous Scale To The Micronic Scale - P. Mandin, T. Pauporté, J.-P. Badiali, D. Lincot (Ecole Nationale Superieure de Chimie de Paris), and B. Van den Bossche (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
11:40710 Electrocomposite of Alumina in Nickel Matrix - P. Xiong-Skiba, R. Hulguin (Austin Peay State University), D. Engelhaupt (University of Alabama at Huntsville), and B. Ramsey (National Space Science and Technology Center)
12:00711 Approximate Analytical Solutions for Nonlinear Models of Three-Dimensional Electrodes - Y.-P. Sun (Taiyuan University of Technology) and K. Scott (University of Newcastle Upon Tyne)
12:20712 Multicomponent Systems Design. Program Applications for T-x-y Diagrams with 25 and 9 Surfaces - V. Lutsyk (Russian Academy of Sciences)