EIS made Easy

BioLogic has recently developed a new series of online training sessions, in collaboration with partner Plugvolt, to help users get the most out of their EIS instruments. You can take part in a live webinar on April 8 or download past webinars from the internet.


Impedance Spectroscopy has become a valuable research tool across a variety of fields and applications, but most notably in electrochemistry (electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, EIS).  Due to its frequential nature, EIS can be used to study a wide range of phenomena including materials degradation, electrode kinetics and mass transport processes. These phenomena are involved in an extremely large number of applications: sensors, batteries, corrosion, fuel cells, photovoltaics, hydrogen storage and catalysis amongst others.


PlugVolt EIS Training Sessions: Live/Downloadable Webinars

Wednesday, April 08, 2020 | 10:00 A.M. EDT USA

PlugVolt, a leading supplier of battery/alternative energy training content approached BioLogic four years ago. PlugVolt was aware of BioLogic’s reputation in the field of EIS and wanted to develop a series of online training sessions relating to both theory and practice. This initial contact blossomed into a long-term relationship and Dr. Nicolas Murer has since presented to over 300 participants through the PlugVolt webinar series.

Three training sessions are available for the 2020 sessions: Two can be downloaded via the link below and it is still not too late to take part in the third webinar in the series.


  • BioLogic: EIS for Energy Storage Tutorial Course 1/3 – Basics of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy *Recording Only* (Audio/Video Recording + Presentation Copy by Email)
  • BioLogic: EIS for Energy Storage Tutorial Course 2/3 – How to Perform Good and Reliable EIS Measurements (Audio/Video Recording + Presentation Copy by Email)
  • BioLogic: EIS for Energy Storage Tutorial Course 3/3 – Application Examples in Energy Storage Taken From Literature Wednesday, April 08, 2020 | 10:00 A.M. EDT USA



Dr. Nicolas Murer’s creative use of various tool sets such as animations to explain the correlation between Nyquist and Bode plots, practical examples based on different energy storage technologies, multiple interactive Q&A discussions etc. have made his EIS Webinar “must attend” tutorials for anyone interested in learning the basics of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) for batteries.

Michelle Boyer


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