Take a Short Course this May!

Attending the 237th ECS Meeting with IMCS 2020? Don’t miss the opportunity to learn in one day—SUNDAY, MAY 10—what it could take a semester or longer to learn in a traditional learning environment. These ECS short courses, taught by leaders in the field, are short in length, but long on learning!

AC Electrical Measurements and Modelling of Gas Sensors | Course description | Sheikh Akbar, Instructor

Basic Impedance Spectroscopy | Course description | Mark Orazem, Instructor

Electrochemical Biosensors | Course description | Joseph Wang, Instructor

Fundamentals of Electrochemistry: Basic Theory and Thermodynamic Methods | Course description | Jamie Noël, Instructor

Introduction to Micro/Nanofabrication, C-MEMS, and Applications of Chemical Gas Sensors | Course description | Marc Madou, Peter Hesketh, Gary Hunter, Instructors

Register by April 6 to get the early registration discount!

Participants receive a course certificate


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