Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy (SECM) was developed in the late 1980's and since then has reached a level of maturity and became a leading method for studying charge transfer processes at different interfaces. This is the 7th workshop in a series following the meetings in Freiburg (1997), Southampton (2001), Dublin (2004), Falcade (2006), Blue Mountain Lake (2008) and Frejus (2010).
The aim of this workshop is to present and discuss the latest advances and developments in SECM and other Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) techniques that are related to electrochemistry. This workshop is an excellent platform for intensive discussion between leading scientists in this field as well as students. SECM has been applied in numerous fields spanning from single molecule detection through imaging electrochemical and biological activities of different interfaces to modification of surfaces with very high resolution. Therefore, the meeting in Ein Gedi will be of interdisciplinary nature and will enhance collaboration, deep discussions and raise new ideas. All this will be held in a very special place next to the Dead Sea in February 2013. The number of participant is limited to approximately 80 attendees and the program will include oral presentations and posters.