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Lectures and consultations with Prof. Petr Viscor

Prof. Petr Viscor, the recognized expert in the area of impedance spectroscopy, will be visiting FunGlass from October 8th to October 19th, 2018. Below you can see his program, which also includes two lectures everyone is invited to.

All days start at 8:00, lectures and consultations from 9:00 to12:00 :

Oct 8, 2018        Results and discussion of EIS measurements [Jun – October 2018] and preparation of calibration tests

Oct 9, 2018        EIS calibration tests and their evaluation

Oct 10, 2018      EIS calibration tests and their evaluation

Oct 11, 2018      Lecture: “Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS I) – Theory, practical EIS measurements and R, C, L modelling (part I). Exercise: Model R, C,                              L analysis (part I)

Location: Furnace laboratory III

Oct 12, 2018      Integration of measurement systems EIS Solartron and TSDC Novocontrol

Oct 15, 2018      Consultations

Oct 16, 2018      Lecture: “Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS I) – Theory, practical EIS measurements and R, C, L modelling (part II). Exercise: Model R,C,                               L analysis (part II)

Location: Furnace laboratory III

Oct 17, 2018      Workshop: Further development of EIS/TSDC system (low/high temperatures; capacity-wise contactless EIS measurements at high                                                     temperatures)

Oct 18, 2018      Consultations

Oct 19, 2018      Evaluation of results and current state of EIS/TSDC system and plan for further work during November 2018 – March 2019

In this double lecture on Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS – I), the emphasis will be on simple, empirical approach to this experimental technique.

First, some necessary elements of the theory behind EIS experimental method will be presented, explained and discussed.

Second, some practical aspects of the EIS experiment will be discussed, with focus on various EIS raw data representations and EIS data error analysis

Third, the analysis of the EIS experimental data will be discussed in terms of simple, linear R,C,L equivalent electrical networks modelling. Here, the focus will be on a clear connection between the topology and various R,C,L values of the model networks and  the corresponding physical processes taking place in the material under investigation.

The two lectures will be supplemented by practical work in the EIS laboratory on some chosen simple “test case” systems. The obtained data will be modelled using R,C,L equivalent electrical networks.

2018-10-03T14:36:31+00:00October 3rd, 2018|