Session B

Presentation Schedule Session B
12:45 - 13:30 B.0 Prof. A. Spieß:”Enzymes and Catalysis on Interfaces”
13:30 - 13:33 B.1 I. Pötzelberger: “Cu-Ni thin film combinatorial library for electrochemical oxidation of glucose”
13:33 - 13:36 B.2 J.J. Velasco-Velez: “On the activation and stability of electrodeposited fourth row transition metals onto Au studied by in situ XAS”
13:36 - 13:39 B.3 C. D. Grill: “Investigation of cobalt-nickel material libraries obtained from electrodeposition using different complexing agents”
13:39 - 13:42 B.4 V. Scherbahn: “Enzymatic biofuels cells based on direct enzyme-electrode contacts using modified carbon nanotube materials”
13:42 - 13:45 B.5 S. C. Feifel: “Supramolecular architectures of cellobiose dehydrogenase and cytochrome c on electrodes using artificial matrices”
13:45 - 13:48 B.6 J. Posseckardt: “Mobility of a supported lipid bilayer on dispersed single-walled carbon nanotubes”
13:48 - 13:51 B.7 S. Schusser: “Sensor system for in-situ and real-time monitoring of polymer (bio)degradation”
13:51 - 13:54 B.8 G. Wackers: “Detection of the peanut allergen Ara h1 by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy and the heat-transfer method”
13:54 - 13:57 B.9 H.-C. Schwarz: “Controlled transformations in transparent conducting films fabricated from highly stable hydrophilic dispersions of single wall nanotubes”
13:57 - 14:00 B.10 A. Ibañez-Landeta: “Electroadsorptive Effect on SnO2 Films”
14:00 - 14:03 B.11 D. Nettelroth: “Catalytic Graphitization of Mesoporous Carbon CMK-3 by Various Synthesis Approaches to Obtain Improved Electrode Materials”
14:03 - 14:06 B.12 P. Cabello: “Surface effects on the kinetic of the electrochemical deposition of copper on graphite HOPG”
14:06 - 14:09 B.13 J. Warmer: “Catalytic conversion of triaceton triperoxide on different metal oxides”
14:09 - 14:12 B.14 C. Huck: “Chemical sensors based on the same transducer material of barium strontium titanate”
14:12 - 14:15 B.15 K. Doll: “Liquid-infused structured titanium as an innovative medically relevant material with antibiofilm properties”
14:15 - 15:15 Poster Session and Coffee Break

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