Technical Exhibition Information

200th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Inc.

and the 52nd Meeting of The International Society of Electrochemistry


San Francisco, CA USA
September 3-5, 2001
The San Francisco Hilton & Towers


The program for the 200th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society contains a full complement of Technical Symposia, and is expected to attract over 1,500 scientists and engineers. This is a terrific opportunity for you to present, face-to-face, your products and services to a vital research market which is ordinarily difficult for sales people to reach. This Exhibition will be conveniently located adjacent to the Program and Poster Sessions, and the meeting has been arranged to allow ample time for participants to visit the Technical Exhibits.

Show Dates and Hours are:
Monday, September 3, 2001 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Tuesday, September 4, 2001 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Wednesday, September 5, 2001 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM

The traditional Monday Evening Mixer and General Society Student Poster Session will be located in the Exhibit Hall and will coincide with the opening of the Technical Exhibition. You may view the floor plan for the Technical Exhibition. The Society will sponsor a coffee break in the Exhibit Hall on Tuesday morning and will sponsor a complimentary reception in the Exhibit Hall on Tuesday evening.

Booth spaces are 8' x 10' and cost $1,500 each. The standard booth package includes one 8' high back wall, two 3' high side walls, one 7" x 44" two-line ID sign, one 6' draped table, two chairs and one wastebasket. Special literature display tables are available for Publishers at a cost of $500 each.

Parties interested in exhibiting at this Technical Exhibition should send their completed reservation forms and inquiries to Barbara Baggott at The Electrochemical Society Headquarters Office, 65 South Main Street, Pennington, New Jersey 08534-2896; Phone: (609) 737-1902; Fax: (609) 737-2743, E-mail: ecs@electrochem.org.


ADE PHASE SHIFT

3470 E. Universal Way

Tucson, AZ 85706 USA

Contact: Nabell Sufi (info@phase-shift.com)

Booth: #301

 

ADE Phase Shift is a manufacturer of MicroXAM, a 3D profilometer for non-contact measurement of step heights, roughness and texture. MicroXAM is a superb means for quantifying and characterizing microstructure of binary optics and MEMS.

 

 

ARBIN INSTRUMENTS

3206 Longmire Drive

College Station, TX 77845 USA

Contact: Mia Tjondrowardojo (mia.t@arbin.com)

Booth: #302

 

Arbin manufactures electrochemical-testing systems for batteries, supercapacitors, fuel cells, power tools, and chargers. Featuring multiple current ranges, PST/GST, high-speed pulse, analog feedback control, bipolar output, and custom-designed modular plug and play structure. We offer testing services, software/hardware training, and seminars on Arbin's technology.

 

 

BRINKMANN INSTRUMENTS, INC.

One Cantiague Road

Westbury, NY 11590 USA

Contact: Lisa G. Grima (info@brinkmann.com)

Booth: #201

 

Brinkmann Instruments will be featuring the ECO Chemie Autolab line of versatile potentiostat/galvanostats and introducting our Electrochemical SPR instrument. These modular instruments are driven by easy-to use Windows®-based software and are able to grow with your needs, including a low current (0.3fA)module, impedance module or multiplexing (96 cells) modules.

 

 

COMSOL, INC.

8 NE Executive Park, Ste 310

Burlington, MA 01803 USA

Contact: Donna Voiland (donna@comsol.com)

Booth: #204

 

COMSOL, Inc. is the developer of FEMLAB, an interactive software for the modeling of engineering problems in many areas of science. FEMLAB includes the Chemical Engineering Module, a user friendly application mode for problems involving momentum, mass and energy balances coupled to chemical reaction kinetics. It allows you to specify functions at the boundaries, as well as modeling ionic migration. Electrochemical systems have never been so easily simulated.

 

 

DIGITAL INSTRUMENTS/VEECO METROLOGY

112 Robin Hill Road

Santa Barbara, CA 93117 USA

Contact: Marlene Carlyle (marlene@di.com)

Booth: #401

 

In addition to Electrochemical Scanning Probe Microscopes (ECSPM), Digital Instruments/Veeco Metrology Group showcases the new "NanoScope® IV" Scanning Probe Microscope (SPM) controller. NanoScope IV features up to 10-times faster scanning speeds, much higher density of data points per scan line, as well as on-board Lock-in amplifier, analog feedback loop, and AFM-cantilever Q-control electronics and software. It is built with expanded input-output

capabilities for custom applications, and for supporting the next generation of SPM-based Characterization modules (Capacitance Microscopy, Spreading Resistance Microscopy, and Tunneling-AFM) are featured on the popular

Dimension™ 3100 SPM platform.

 

 

ELSEVIER SCIENCE

655 Avenue of the Americas

New York, NY 10010

Contact: Denise De La Rosa (d.delarosa@elsevier.com)

Booth: #303

 

The electrochemistry program from Elsevier Science is spearheaded by journals such as Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, Electrochimica Acta, Bioelectrochemistry and more recently Electrochemistry Communications.  Information about these and other journals can be found in the Electrochemistry Forum, at http:electro.chemweb.com/home.

 

 

ELSYCA

Kranenberg 6

Zellik 1731 Belgium

Contact: Tom Muyllaert (elsyca@iib.vub.ac.be)

Booth: #203

 

ELSYCA is a software developer and consultant for the electrochemical industry. ELSYCA will feature the software products: ELSY2D, PIRODE and MIOTRAS. The ELSY2D software provides a quick answer to problems related

with non-uniform layer thickness distributions. The more elaborated software MIOTRAS (Multi Ion Transport Simulations) resolves flow and mass transport problems in electrochemical processes. PIRODE is a software tool

for the investigation of electrochemical reaction mechanisms (and estimation of the parameters involved) in diluted aqueous solutions at a Rotating DiscElectrode.

 

 

EVANS ANALYTICAL GROUP

810 Kifer Road

Sunnyvale, CA 94086 USA

Contact: Charlene Chang (info@cea.com)

Booth: #403

 

The Evans Analytical Group (EAG) is a worldwide network of laboratories specializing in materials characterization, failure analysis, and contamination identification. Our services include Dynamic SIMS, TOF-SIMS, XPS, AES, FTIR, SEM/EDS, FIB, TXRF, SPM, RBS, Raman, and GC/MS. EAG laboratories are located in California, Minnesota, Texas, New Jersey, England and Taiwan.

 

 

GAMRY INSTRUMENTS, INC.

734 Louis Drive

Warminster, PA 18974 USA

Contact: Edward W. Oliver (eoliver@gamry.com)

Booth: #205 and #207

 

Electrochemical Instrumentation for battery developers, corrosion scientists, and electrochemical researchers will be on display.  Electrochemists from Gamry will be demonstrating Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, DC Corrosion Measurement, Electrochemical Noise, and Cyclic Voltammetry. Gamry offers three potentiostats, six standard electrochemical software packages, a Lab VIEW driver, and custom systems for unique electrochemical applications.

 

 

HACH COMPANY - RADIOMETER ANALYTICAL DIVISION

P O Box 389

Loveland, CO 80539 USA

Contact: Linda Brainard (radiometer@nalytical.com)

Booth # 209

 

Radiometer Analytical manufactures research laboratory instruments for many applications including meters and electrodes for pH, Conductivity, and Dissolved Oxygen. Simple to high performance automated Titration systems. Trace element analyzers with dedicated software, stands, and accessories for trace applications. And VoltaLab systems for performing a broad range of conventional electrochemical, dedicated corrosion analysis, and EIS technologies.

 

 

KLUWER ACADEMIC PUBLISHERS

101 Philip Drive

Norwell, MA 02061 USA

Contact: Marcia Kidston (kluwer@wkap.com)

Literature Display Table - LD-#2

 

Kluwer Academic Publishers will be displaying the latest titles in Electrochemistry, including: The Journal of Nanoparticle Research, Modern Electrochemistry 2A & 2B by Bockris, Mallinson's Ageing Studies and Lifetime Extension of Materials, Phase Transitions and Self-Organization in Electronic and Molecular Networks edited by Phillips, and Conway's Electrochemical Supercapacitators. Visit the catalogue at our website (www.wkap.nl).

 

 

LYNNTECH INDUSTRIES, LTD.

3900 State Hwy 6 South, Ste. 104

College Station, TX 77845 USA

Contact: Abigail Smith (asmith@lynntech.com)

Booth: #309

 

Lynntech Industries, Ltd. manufactures and distributes modular Fuel Cell Test Systems for PEM, Solid Oxide, and Direct Methanol fuel cells. Standard equipment is available for fuel cells up to 10kW. Support components, which include MEAs and Single Cell Endplates, are also available. Unique applications? Ask us about customization!

 

 

MAXTEK, INC.

11980 Telegraph Rd., Ste. 104

Sante Fe Springs, CA 90670 USA

Contact: Valli K. Febbraro (marketing@maxtekinc.com)

Booth: #202

 

Maxtek, Inc. manufactures a line of real-time, on-line plating, rate and thickness monitors applicable to both electroless and electrolytic processes. Introducing Maxtek's New RQCM research instrument for QCM applications that require measurement of films with changing losses and for use in liquids. The RQCM allows users to collect data through computer interface.

 

 

MOLECULAR IMAGING

9830A S. 51st Street, #124

Phoenix, AZ 85044 USA

Contact: Gwen Ganut (gwen@molec.com)

Booth: #102

 

Molecular Imaging will demonstrate the operation of its scanning probe microscopes (PicoSPM) that are specially designed to provide innovative solutions for imaging in fluids with electrochemical, temperature and environmental control. Magnetic AC mode (MACMode) provides the latest technology for imaging soft and delicate samples in fluids. It can be

combined with any controlled conditions imaging that we offer. We will also show the new software options for spectroscopy with electrochemical STM.

 

 

SCRIBNER ASSOCIATES, INC.

(www.scribner.com)

150 E. Connecticut Avenue

Southern Pines, NC 28387 USA

Contact: Louie Scribner (sales@scribner.com)

Booth: #402

 

Scribner Associates will be displaying our advanced Fuel Cell Test Systems for research and development of PEM, Direct Methanol and other fuel cell technologies. Complete systems are available up to 5 kW. Controlled by the

best operating software in the industry, our systems are available for quick delivery and backed by extensive technical support. We will be demonstrating our model 900B Multichannel Microelectrode Analyzer and MMA software at the Technical Exhibition. This exciting new product represents a breakthrough in potentiostat design for electrode arrays and has many applications for spatial measurements, sensor development and combinational electrochemistry. Also featured will be our benchmark Electrochemical Measurement Software for EIS and conventional electrochemical techniques and

materials characterization.

 

 

SOLARTRON ANALYTICAL

19408 Park Row, Ste. 320

Houston, TX 77084 USA

Contact: Andrew J. Stagnari (100431.3500@compuserve.com)

Booth: #405

 

Solartron Analytical is a leading supplier of electrochemical and material test system solutions and software. A developer of the state of the art "Frequency Response Analyzer", Solartron Analytical couples this technology with a range of potentiostats/galvanostats to address applications from electrochemistry materials and corrosion to fuel cell batteries and advanced energy source devices.

 

 

SUPERIOR GRAPHITE CO.

10 S. Riverside Plaza, Ste. 1600

Chicago, IL 60606 USA

Contact: Glynda Cassese (gcassese@graphitesgc.com)

Booth: #303

 

Superior Graphite Co. has been recognized for over 80 years as a worldwide industry leader in the development and production of new graphite and carbon products. Superior's family of high quality materials includes natural, synthetic, and thermally purified graphites specifically engineered for Lithium Ion, Alkaline and Fuel Cell applications.

 

 

USHIO AMERICA, INC.

5440 Cerritos Ave.

Cypress, CA 90630 USA

Contact: Yukiko Yamane (yyamane@ushio.com)

Booth: #404

 

Ushio America, Inc. manufactures UV/EB systems including excimer lamps and small Electron Beam systems for dry surface cleaning and conditioning. With manufacturing facilities in both the US and Japan, new products are the 172 nm excimer lamp and an EB product that operates in air with a patented silicon window.