Titel: Digital Simulation in Electrochemistry
Autoren/Herausgeber: Dieter Britz, Jörg Strutwolf
Aus der Reihe: Monographs in Electrochemistry
Ausgabe: 4th ed. 2016
Originaltitel: Digital Simulation in Electrochemistry
Format: 23,5 x 15,5 cm
Gewicht: 919 g
Dieter Britz, Ph.D. (Sydney Univ. 1967), Dipl. Comp. Sci. (University of Newcastle, Australia, 1985), Dr. scient (Aarhus Univ., Denmark, 2007). Dr. Britz has gathered longstanding experience in electrochemistry during research stays all over the world: he worked at the CSIRO, Sydney, on corrosion problems, on inorganic ion exchangers at the University of New York at Buffalo (1967-68), he performed instrumental work at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, USA (1968-70), investigated corrosion and electrosynthesis at the Nuclear Research Centre in Jülich, Germany (1970-75), and performed data analysis of turbulence signals at Newcastle University, Australia (1975-78). In 1978 he accepted the position of Assoc. Professor at Aarhus University in Denmark, from which he retired as Emeritus Assoc. Professor in 2001. In Aarhus, he has worked on a number of projects, focusing on corrosion, electroanalysis and digital simulation. Jörg Strutwolf received the Diploma and Ph.D. degrees in the Theoretical Chemistry Group, University of Bielefeld, Germany. He has specialized in the investigation of interfacial transport processes by theoretical and experimental methods. His current research interests include the dynamics and reactivity of soft interfaces, the combination of microfluidics and electrochemistry, numerical modelling of transport and reaction phenomena in electrochemistry (mainly in co-operation with Dieter Britz), electrochemistry at the nanoscale, and nanostructuring of interfaces for sensor application. Currently, he is a Visiting Scientist at the University of Tübingen, Germany. He has worked in numerous electrochemistry groups, e.g. at University College London, U.K., University of Warwick, Coventry, U.K., Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain, and Tyndall National Institute, Cork, Ireland.