Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) is a technique which utilizes the impedance data to describe a given electrochemical system based on analogous equivalent circuit. EIS is a fast, highly effective, and non-invasive electrochemical technique with wide range of methods for analysis of conductive materials. EIS measurements allows in-situ and ex-situ analyses, enabling a large variety of practical applications within materials chemistry, such as corrosion reactions, complex reaction mechanisms, surface changes, anodic behaviour of metals and composite materials, biosensors, semiconductors, among many others electrochemical phenomena.

The course will bring an overview of the theoretical and practical aspects of the EIS measurements, focusing of targeted application within the research scope of Fibre and Particle Engineering Research Unit.