Johanna Schröder wins the best poster prize at the 29th Topical Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry
Johanna Schröder, PhD student from the University of Bern has won the best poster prize about “The gas diffusion electrode set up as a straightforward testing device for proton exchange membrane water electrolyzer catalysts” at the 29th Topical Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry. From April 18th to April 21st the event brought together researchers representing a broad spectrum of scientists ranging from fundamental to industrial research in the fields of electrochemical phenomena and processes about electrochemistry in securing the sustainable society development
The International Society of Electrochemistry serves the growing needs of electrochemistry in becoming a modern scientific discipline. Some of the organisation’s objectives are to advance electrochemical science, disseminate scientific and technological knowledge, promote international cooperation in electrochemistry and maintain a high professional standard among its members.
The winner poster of Johanna Schröder is available on Recycalyse Youtube channel next to other informative audiovisual pieces such as the University of Bern installations or the Recycalyse official video.
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