Pozna is among those Polish cities richest in monuments, both qualitatively and quantitatively. The Register of the City's Monument Conservation Office includes 450 positions. The overriding majority of monuments is located in the centre of the city. The most valuable can be found in three main areas: Ostrw Tumski, the Old Market, and the city's Centre. Pozna is one of the few cities, which can boast monuments from all historical periods, from Romanesque through Eclecticism to Modernism.

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Submissions of papers will be allowed only on invitation from the Guest Editors. Papers should be submitted on-line to the Electrochimica Acta after conference until 15th September 2011. They will be reviewed according to the rigid rules of Electrochimica Acta. According to information from Editor Prof. Sergio Trasatti about 30 papers will be published in this Special Issue.

ISEE'CAP 12th June - 16th June 2011, Poznan, Poland

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