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Interface Summer 10

Vol. 19, No. 2

Summer 2010

Table of Contents (PDF)

From the Editor: Eleven Years After p. 3
From the President: In the Shadow of Eyjafjallajökull p. 7
Highlights from the Vancouver, Canada Meeting p. 9
New Division Officers p. 15
Society News p. 16
Websites of Note p. 18
2010-2011 ECS Committees p. 20
Tech Highlights p. 21
The Days of the Week: An Oxidation/Reduction Algorithm
by Alanah Fitch
p. 23
The Chalkboard: Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells
by Christopher G. Arges, Vijay Ramani, and Peter N. Pintauro
p. 31
Introduction to the Special Issue
Leadership and Education in Electrochemical Engineering
by John Weidner
p. 36
Current Needs in Electrochemical Engineering Education
by Venkat R. Subramanian and Richard D. Braatz
p. 37
Introducing Electrochemical Engineering to Future Generations
by Gerardine Botte
p. 39
Recognizing Excellence in the Commercialization of New Electrochemical Technology: The IE&EE Division NET Award
by Dennie T. Mah
p. 45
ECS Transactions from the Vancouver, Canada Meeting p. 44
Section News p. 47
Awards p. 52
New Members p. 55
Student News p. 59

Awarded Student Membership Application

p. 62

ECS Annual Report 2009: Better than Ever

p. 63
Montréal, Canada (219th ECS Meeting) Call for Papers p. 89

Montréal, Canada Meeting Travel Grant Application

p. 105
Montréal, Canada Young Faculty Travel Grant Application p. 106
ECS Transactions from Vienna, Austria p. 107


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