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Canada Section Canadienne


Symposia

2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002

 

2012

  • April 27, 2012 — "Electrochemistry and Materials for clean energy," the spring symposium of the Canadian Section is being held at INRS-Energie, Materiaux Telecommunication, Varennes, Qc, Canada. Those interested in submitting a poster should contact the organizers before April 18, 2012. Click here for a PDF of the program.

 

2011

  • November 5, 2011 — "Electrochemistry for Energy and the Environment," the fall symposium of the Canadian Section is being held at the University of Calgary, Alberta. Those interested in submitting a poster should contact the organizers before October 24, 2011. Click here for a PDF of the program.
  • April 9, 2011 — For more information and to confirm attendance by April 4, 2011, please contact Gregory Jerkiewicz at gregoryj@chem.queensu.ca. Registration and breakfast begins at 7:45 AM. Click here for a PDF of the program.

 

2010

  • September 18, 2010 — The fall symposium, "Diverse Electrochemistry," of the Canadian Section is being held at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario. The final program may be found here. Those interested in submitting a poster should contact the organizers before September 7, 2010.
  • April 24, 2010 — The spring symposium of the Canadian Section is being held at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia. Our focus this year is "Applied Electrochemistry: From Bio-sensing to Energy Storage" (PDF of the program). Note that the deadline for submissions is April 17. Registration will be done onsite only by cash or cheque.

 

2009

  • November 07, 2009 — The fall symposium of the Canadian Section is being held in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Our focus this year is "Electrochemistry and the Future: Solving today's problems for a better tomorrow" (PDF of the program). We are really excited about the speakers we have confirmed thus far, whose topics will cover issues relating to energy, biological/medical problems, etc. Halifax is beautiful at that time of year and the speakers should be great; so mark your calendars.

 

2008

  • May 24, 2008 — The Spring Meeting of the Canadian ECS will focus on electrochemical devices and electrochemical processes related to energy. Energy is considered to be one of the largest challenges facing humanity in the 21st century. Electrochemistry can play a significant role in clean sustainable energy. Fundamental and applied aspects of electrochemistry in energy will be presented and discussed. NB: this meeting is scheduled the day before that start of the annual CSC conference. Final program (PDF).

    Those interested in participating are invited to submit abstracts and requests for either an oral or poster presentation by May 10, 2008.

    This meeting will include the Lash Miller Award Lecture given by A. Adronov (McMaster University) and the Annual General Meeting for the ECS Canadian Section. For further information, please contact David Wilkinson (dwilkinson@chml.ubc.ca) or Dan Bizzotto (bizzotto@chem.ubc.ca).

 

2007

  • November 3, 2007 — "Electrochemistry in Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology," Best Western Ville-Marie Hotel & Suites, 3407, rue Peel, Montréal (Québec). Organized by Sasha Omanovic, McGill University. Final Program

  • September 25, 2007 — Special Symposium, "Underlying Aspects of Corrosion," Ottawa, Ontario, in conjunction with "Innovation in Corrosion Control" (September 24-26, 2007). Organized by NACE International Canadian National Capital Section, and co-sponsored by ECS and NACE Northern Area. Location: Marriott Courtyard Ottawa Downtown, 350 Dalhousie Street, Ottawa; tel: 613.241.1000, fax: 613.241.4804. Organizer/Contact: Jamie Noël, jjnoel@uwo.ca, tel: 519.661.2111, fax: 519.661.3022.

  • June 15, 2007 "Young Authors Symposium," University of British Columbia, Chemical & Biological Engineering Building 2360 East Mall, Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z3.
    Symposium Objective: The Canadian Section has increased its student and recent post-graduate student activities by holding "Young Author" symposia. These symposia present an opportunity for students and recent post-graduate students to meet, present and discuss their work, broaden their electrochemical knowledge, and gain deeper insight into electrochemical research activities in Canada. These symposia/meetings are advertised to all Section members across Canada.
    Abstract Submission & Deadlines: One page abstracts with less than 200 words must be received by April 30, 2007. It will only be accepted via the following e-mail address: ECSYAS2007@gmail.com. Upon receipt, authors will be notified by e-mail confirmation. Oral or poster acceptance will be confirmed by May 14, 2007 and an RSVP is required by June 1, 2007. A cash prize will be awarded to the best oral and poster presentation.
    Registration Fee: $10 per person and will be collected at the symposium (includes coffee, donuts, muffins, pizza lunch, and wine and cheese).
    Organizing Committee Contact Information: Alfred Lam (alam@chml.ubc.ca), Mauricio Blanco (mblanco@chml.ubc.ca), Tommy Cheng (tommyc@chml.ubc.ca), and Vincent Lam (vlam@chml.ubc.ca).

  • May 28 to 30, 2007 — This year’s spring meeting of the ECS Canadian Section will be held jointly with the Canadian Chemistry Society at the 90th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition, at the Winnipeg Convention Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The meeting is entitled “Post-Modern Electrochemistry” and it will start on Monday afternoon and end on Wednesday around lunch time. All sessions will be held in Ballroom C of the Delta Winnipeg hotel. To view details, please go to: http://abstracts.csc2007.ca/vdv00001.htm and look for the Post-modern electrochemistry sessions. Lists of invited speakers and sponsors for this symposium are located at: http://www.csc2007.ca/symposia_analytical.html#AN10_%E2%80%A2_Post-Modern_Electrochemistry_(Joint_with_PT). Registration can be done on-line or at the meeting registration booth: http://www.csc2007.ca/registration_e.html.

 

2006

  • September 29, 2006 : ECS Canadian Section Fall Symposium "Electrochemical Science and Technology" organized by Aicheng Chen (Lakehead University).
  • May 27: ECS Canadian Section Spring Symposium "Electrochemistry of Materials and Thin Films" organized by Sharon Roscoe and Vlad Zamlynny (Acadia University).

 

2005

  • September 30: ECS Canadian Section Fall Symposium "Fundamentals and applications of Electrocatalysts" organized by Gessie M. Brisard at the Universite de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke (Quebec).
  • May 28: ECS Canadian Section Spring Symposium "From Solution to Surface: New challenges in Electrochemistry" organized by Heinz-Bernhard Kraatz and Andrzej Baranski at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon.

 

2004

  • April 30: ECS Canadian Section Spring Symposium on "Modern Electrocatalysis" organized by G. Jerkiewicz and K. Karan at Queen's University, Kingston, ON
  • November 26: ECS Canadian Section Fall Symposium on "Chemistry at Electrode" organized by A. Hoymam at University of Guelph, Guelph, ON

 

2003

  • Spring: ECS Canadian Section Spring Symposium on “New Electrochemical Materials - Composition, Structure, and Properties" organized by Sylvie Morin at York University, Toronto ON.
  • Fall: Canadian Section Fall Symposium November 8 on “Electrochemistry and Nanotechnology" organized by M. McDermott at The University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.

 

2002

  • October 4: ECS Canadian Section Fall  Symposium  on  “Sensors for Energy Technology” organized by E. Babes-Dornea at General Electric Canada,  Energy Services, Montreal (Pointe Claire), QC

 

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