Please visit the Seattle meeting page for registration information. Early-Bird Registration rates are in effect until April 6, 2012.
Six Short Courses will be offered in conjunction with the ECS 2012 spring meeting. They will be held on Sunday, May 6, 2012. The Short Courses run from 0900h to 1630h. The registration fee for the Short Courses is $425 for ECS Members, and $520 for nonmembers. Students are offered a 50% discount; student registration fees are as follows. For ECS Student Members: $212.50, and for Nonmember Students: $260. The registration fee for the course covers the course, text materials, continental breakfast, luncheon, and refreshment breaks; it does not cover the meeting registration, and it is not applicable to any other activities of the meeting.
The deadline for registration for a course is April 6, 2012. Interested parties may register using the registration form or link to onsite registration; go to the Seattle meeting page for registration information. Written requests for refunds will be honored only if received at ECS headquarters before April 27, 2012. Pre-registration is required. All courses are subject to cancellation pending an appropriate number of advance registrants. Before making any flight or hotel reservations, please check to make sure the course is running!
Short Course #1 | More… Enantioselective, Electrochemical Sensors: Design, Response Characteristics, and Applications Instructor: Raluca-Ioana van Staden (National Institute of Research of Electrochemistry and Condensed Matter, Bucharest, Romania)
Short Course #2 | More… Fundamentals of Electrochemistry Instructor: Jamie NoŽl (University of Western Ontario, Canada)
Short Course #3 | More… Basic Impedance Spectroscopy Instructor: Mark E. Orazem (University of Florida, USA)
Short Course #4 | More… MEMS Reliability and Packaging Instructor: Slobodan Petrovic (Oregon Institute of Technology, USA)
Short Course #5 | More… Scientific Writing for Scientists and Engineers Instructor: Noel Buckley (University of Limerick, Ireland)
Short Course #6 | More… Advanced Microscopy Methods for Studying PEM Fuel Cell Materials Instructor: Karren L. More (Oakridge National Laboratory, USA)