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ECS Centennial

Technical Exhibit Information

May 13-15, 2002

 

201st Meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Inc.

The Philadelphia Marriott, Philadelphia, PA


The program for the 201st & Centennial Meeting of The Electrochemical Society contains a full complement of Technical Symposia, and is expected to attract over 2,000 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.

Click here for the exhibit brochure.

Show Dates and Hours are:
Monday, May 13, 2002 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Tuesday, May 14, 2002 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM and 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Wednesday, May 15, 2002 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM

The traditional Monday Evening Mixer sponsored by  Solartron Analytical, and the General Society Student Poster Session will be located in the Exhibit Hall and will coincide with the opening of the Technical Exhibition. This year's Monday Evening Mixer will be the official kickoff for the Centennial Meeting.  You may view the floor plan for the Technical Exhibition. The Society will sponsor coffee breaks in the Exhibit Hall on Tuesday & Wednesday mornings and will sponsor a complimentary reception in the Exhibit Hall on Tuesday evening.

Booth spaces are 8' x 10' and cost $2,000 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 $750 each.

Purchase a second booth in Philadelphia and get a 50% discount!

Parties interested in exhibiting at this Technical Exhibition should send their completed reservation forms and inquiries to Troy M. Miller at The Electrochemical Society Headquarters Office, 65 South Main Street, Pennington, New Jersey 08534-2896; Phone: (609) 737-1902 ext. 126; Fax: (609) 737-2743, E-mail: troy.miller@electrochem.org.


ADE PHASE SHIFT

3470 E. Universal Way

Tucson, AZ 85706 USA

520.573.9250

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

Booth # 17

 

ADE Phase Shift is a manufacturer of non-contact 3D surface metrology equipment, including MicroXAM optical surface profilometer, and MiniFIZ laser interferometer for surface shape, flatness, sphericity and wave front transmission measurement. MicroXAM features an application for mapping MEMS and Binary arrays for makers of silicon-based microstructures.

 

 

BRINKMANN INSTRUMENTS

1 Cantiaque Road

PO Box 1019

Westbury, NY 11590 USA

516.334.7500

Contact: Nancy Schuler (nschuler@brinkmann.com)

Booth: #18

 

Brinkmann Instruments will be featuring the Eco  Chemie Autolab line of versatile potentiostat/galvanostats and introducing our Rotating Disk Electrode  RDE system.  These modular instruments are driven by easy-to-use Windows ®-based software with a USB interface and are able to grow with your needs, including a low current (0.3fA) option, impedance ( EIS) module, multiplexing (96 cells) and bipot modules.

 

CABOT MICROELECTRONICS

870 N. Commons Drive

Aurora, IL 60504 USA

630.375.5454

Contact: Lisa Fortino (lisa_fortino@cabotcmp.com)

Booth: #43

 

Cabot Microelectronics is the global technology and market leader for performance-engineered CMP-materials that drive performance, improve total cost, and increase IC-device yield.  We offer Semi-Sperse CMP-Slurries for applications including Oxide, STI, PSP, Low-K, Tungsten, Aluminum, and Noble-Metals; and iCue CMP-Slurries for Copper.  We provide global CMP-technology support, VMI-logistics services, plus unprecedented supply-assurance and equivalence from our multiple-plant sites.

 

 

CFD RESEARCH

215 Wynn Drive

Huntsville, AL 35805 USA

256.726.4975

Contact: Jennifer D. Diener (jdd@cfdrc.com)

Booth: #27

 

CFD-ACE + contains the tightly coupled 3D physical and chemical models needed for fuel cell development via the analysis of electrochemistry, current-voltage characteristics, material cell stresses, water management problems, local overpotential determination, local concentrations of all included chemical species, local temperature, and flow field data in cell capabilities.

 

CHEMICAL HERITAGE FOUNDATION

315 Chestnut Street

Philadelphia, PA 19106-2702 USA

215.925.2222 ext. 227

Contact:  Suzanne Morris (suzannem@chemheritage.org)

Booth: #38

 

The mission of CHF is to advance the heritage of the chemical and molecular sciences by collecting and disseminating information about historical resources; promoting public understanding; encouraging research, scholarship, and popular writing; publishing resource guides and historical materials; conducting oral histories; creating traveling exhibits; and taking other appropriate steps to make known the achievements of chemical scientists and the chemical process industries.

 

 

 

COMSOL

8 New England Executive Park

Burlington, MA 01803 USA

Tel: 781.273.3322

Fax: 781.273.6603

Contact: Dr. Tim Niu (tim@comsol.com)

Booth #26

 

FEMLAB is a Matlab-based multiphysics modeling and simulation software with applications in electromagnetics, solid mechanics, fluid flow, chemical engineering, phototonics, heat transfer, and general solution of partial differential equations. Please contact us for more information regarding FEMLAB.

 

 

CYPRESS SYSTEMS, INC.

619 E. 8th Street, 3E

Lawrence, KS 66044 USA

785.842.2565

Contact:  Michael Weber (mwebercysy@earthlink.net)

Booth #37

 

Cypress Systems offers electrochemical measurement instruments (microprocessor or computer controlled), cells and electrodes designed for chemical, analytical, bioscience research, and the teaching laboratories.  The Acquire software/hardware computerizes analog potentiostats with I/0 to other devices or sensors.    "All-purpose cell"-can batch of fully-automated FIA electrochemical and optically-coupled experiments.  Miniature Ag/AgCI reference electrodes.  "No-leak" reference electrodes.  A wide variety of miniature working electrodes encased in Glass or PEEK.

 

 

DIGITAL INSTRUMENTS

Veeco Metrology Group

112 Robin Hill Road

Santa Barbara, CA 93117 USA

805.967.1400

Contact: Marlene Carlyle (marlene@di.com)    

Booth: #11

 

In addition to Electrochemical Scanning Probe Microscopes (ECSPM), Digital Instruments, Veeco Metrology Group showcases the new tools for Nanotechnology, the Digital Instruments NanoMan™ Nanomanipulation and Nanolithography SPM System, and TM Microscopes CP-Research SPM.  In addition, SCM Electrical Characterization modules (Capacitance Microscopy, Spreading Resistance Microscopy, and Tunneling-AFM) are featured on the popular Dimension™ 3100 SPM platform.

 

EDISON PRESERVATION FOUNDATION

One Riverfront Plaza

Fourth Floor

Newark, NJ 07102 USA

973.648.0500

Contact:  Charles Hummel (lorena@charlesedisonfund.org)

Booths:  #31, 32

 

The Edison Preservation Foundation was incorporated in 1996 to help preserve the legacy of Thomas Alva Edison, America's greatest inventor.  In response to the crisis facing the historic buildings and collections at the Edison National Historic Site (NHS), the Foundation has formed a partnership with the National Park Service.  The Foundation is leading an international Capital Campaign to raise $80 million for capital improvements at the Edison NHS and to provide an endowment to ensure the preservation of Edison's legacy at sites across the country.

 

 

ELECTROLYTICA, INC./TEST SOLUTIONS

Contact: sales@electrolytica.com

Sales Representative: Phil Wolf

testsolutions@worldnet.att.net

Telephone: 770-410-9166

Booth: #6

 

Electrolytica, Inc. offers a wide range of electrochemical equipment and supplies.  We are the North American representative for both AMEL and Sycopel instrumentation, including low current, high current, and ultra high current potentiostats, trace metal analyzers, and available software.  Also available are a full range of electrochemical cells and ancillary equipment, including glass cells for analytical and synthesis applications, laboratory electrodialysis cells, and the ElectroCell line of flow cells, for larger scale systems.

 

 

ELSEVIER SCIENCE

655 Avenue of the Americas

2nd Floor

New York, NY 10010 USA

Tel: 212.633.3765

Fax: 212.633.3112

Contact: Denise DeLaRosa (d.delarosa@elsevier.com)

Booth: #40

 

With products and services, such as ScienceDirect: one of the world's best scientific information resources , ChemWeb Electrochemistry Forum: bringing you the latest special offers and news in the field, Scirus: a free internet search tool focusing on scientific information, and Author Gateway: the online comprehensive author information and services site we remain committed to facilitating your research.

 

 

EVANS ANALYTICAL GROUP

810 Kifer Road

Sunnyvale, CA 94086 USA

Tel: 408.530.3500

Fax: 408.530.3501

Contact: Rina Beltran (marketing@eaglabs.com)

Booth: #12

 

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, Taiwan, and Singapore.

 

FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

9018 Berryessa Road, NE

Albuquerque, NM 87122

505.821.4762

Contact:  Stan Kell (fuelcell@aol.com)

Booth: #34

 

For over 8 years Fuel Cell Technologies has been providing fuel cell testing markets with the most advanced hardware, reliable software, and the best customer service in the industry.  FCT has both the technology and the know-how to provide you with the finest products for virtually any application.

 

 

GAMRY INSTRUMENTS

734 Louis Drive

Warminster, PA 18974-2829 USA

215.682.9330

Contact: Pete Peterson (ppeterson@gamry.com)

Booths: #15, #16

 

Gamry Instruments will display electrochemical instrumentation for battery developers, fuel cell developers, corrosion scientists, and electrochemical researchers.   Electrochemists from  Gamry will be demonstrating Physical Electrochemistry Techniques, Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, DC Corrosion Measurements, and Electrochemical Noise.  Gamry offers three potentiostats, seven standard electrochemical software packages, a  LabVIEW driver, and custom systems for unique electrochemical applications.

 

 

HACH-RADIOMETER ANALYTICAL

PO Box 389

X 2246

Loveland, CO 80539 USA

Tel: 970.669.3050

Fax: 970.669.2932

Contact: Dr. Linda Brainard (radiometer@analytical.com)

Booth #20

 

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 techniques.

 

INSPEC/IEE

379 Thornall Street

Edison, NJ 08837 USA

732.321.5579 ext. 205

Contact: Michael McCabe (mmccabe@inspecinc.com)

Booth #13

 

The IEE publishes a wide range of print and electronic publications in the field of electrical engineering and related disciplines.  In addition, the IEE produces the INSPEC Bibliographic Database, which covers the world's literature in the fields of physics, electronics, electrical engineering, computing, control and information technology.  Visit us online at www.iee.org/Publish/

 

 

JM SCIENCE

PO Box 250

Grand Island, NY 14072-0250 USA

716.774.8706

Contact: John D. McFarlane (jmscience@compuserve.com)

Booth: #22

 

JM Science can provide a wide range of potentiostats/galvanostats from low cost student models to high current 20 amp systems, various arbitrary and fixed wave-form generators, pulse generators, coulomb ampere-hour meters, plating systems, battery testing systems, rotating ring and disk systems and complete systems for electrosynthesis and electroanalysis. Several new products will be featured including the stand-alone HSV-100 Automatic Polarization System with color LCD and built-in waveform generator.

 

 

KLUWER ACADEMIC/PLENUM PUBLISHERS

101 Philip Drive

Norwell, MA 02061 USA

781.871.6600

Contact: Marcia Kidston (kluwer@wkap.com)

Booth: #28

 

Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers invites attendees to visit our booth and browse our latest publications.  A 20% discount is offered on all books on display.  Free sample copies of our journals are available.  For details on all our publications, please visit our website at    http://www.wkap.nl.

 

 

KOREA KUMHO PETROCHEMICAL CO., LTD

PO Box 64, Yusong

Daejon, South Korea 305-600

82.42.865.8643

Contact:  HyunSong Lee (hslee70@kkpc.com)

Booth: #7

 

POWERGRAPHY is an advanced electrochemical-power test system utilizing impedance spectroscopy.  This innovative system is capable of providing highly integrated information on battery.  The multi-channel impedance spectroscopy with built-in cycler provides a means for battery quality control and grading.  Updated MEISP 3.0 (multiple Electrochemical Impedance Spectra Parameterization) is designed for multiple spectra analyses, combined with extensive library system.

 

 

LYNNTECH INDUSTRIES LTD

3900 State Highway 6 South

College Station, TX 77845 USA

979.694.5255

Contact: Abigail Smith (abby.smith@lynntech.com)

Booth: #25

 

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!

 

 

MATTSON TECHNOLOGY, INC

2800 Bayview Drive

Fremont, CA 94538 USA

510.657.5900

Contact: Tanja Froehlingsdorf (infor@mattson.com)

Booth: #39

 

Mattson Technology is a leading supplier of thermal (  LPCVD, RTP, Epi), plasma (Strip, PECVD, Etch) and wet semiconductor processing equipment.  The company’s products combine advanced process technology on high productivity platforms backed by industry leading support.  The company maintains sales and support centers throughout the United States, Europe and Asia.  For more information on Mattson products and worldwide offices, visit    www.mattson.com.

 

 

MAXTEK, INC

11980 Telegraph Rd, Ste. 104

Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670 USA

562.906.1515

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

Booth: #14

 

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.

 

 

M.BRAUN INC.

14 Marin Way

Stratham, NH 03885

603.773.9333

Contact: Christa Smith (info@mbraunusa.com)

Booth: #24

 

Since 1974, M.Braun has been designing, building and perfecting  gloveboxes, containment systems and gas purification systems for use in research, specialized material handling, welding, pharmaceutical processing and production.  Our twenty-five plus years of experience allows us to design cost efficient solutions based on previously tested standards for equipment integration and process configuration.

 

 

MMR TECHNOLOGIES

1400 North Shoreline Blvd.

Mountain View, CA 94043-1346 USA

650.962.9620

Contact: Robert Paugh (bobp@mmr.com)

Booth: #23

 

MMR Technologies manufactures temperature controlled systems – cryogenic cooling systems and wide temperature range thermal stages – which find application in materials research in chemistry, biology, electrical engineering, and physics.  These systems operate over the temperature range of 10K to 730K.  They are also used in medical applications and the cooling and characterization of computer chips, electronic devices, laser diodes and thermal imaging devices as a function of temperature.

 

 

MODULAR PROCESS TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION

351 Electronics Blvd.

Huntsville, AL 35824 USA

256.772.4048

Contact: Sandra Baker (srbaker@modularpro.com)

Booth #36

 

Modular Process Technology Corporation supplies advanced RTP process solutions for Compound Semiconductor, Integrated Photonics, and MEMS device processing. The RTP-6008, a compact benchtop system with multiple process gases is ideal for R & D and pilot production. The RTP-3000, configured either as a dual susceptor autoload system or a cassette-to-cassette silicon system, provides excellent process performance and cost of ownership for production applications.

 

 

MOLECULAR IMAGING

9830 A South 51st Street

#124

Phoenix, AZ 85044 USA

480.753.4311 ext 101

Contact: Gwen Ganut (gwen@molec.com)

Booth #21

 

Molecular Imaging will present its new line of scanning probe microscopes (PicoPlus). Combining our unique oscillating technique, Magnetic AC Mode (MACMode), with electrochemistry, temperature and environmental control provides the most flexible imaging system. Samples can be imaged in air, solution (aqueous and non-aqueous), ranging from tens of microns down to atomic dimensions. We will also present unique software options for imaging under electrochemistry control.

 

 

NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP

345 Park Avenue South, 10th Floor

New York, NY 10010

212.696.9591

Contact: Henry Fominyam (h.fominyam@natureny.com)

Booth: #9

 

Coming in September 2002, Nature Materials will be a multi-disciplinary journal aimed at bringing together cutting-edge research across the entire spectrum of materials science and engineering.  Published monthly, the journal will take an interdisciplinary, integrated and balance approach to all areas of materials research while fostering the exchange of ideas between scientists involved in the different disciplines.

 

 

NIST

National Institute of Standards and Technology

100 Bureau Drive

MS3460

Gaithersburg, MD 20899-3460 USA

301.975.2761

Contact:  Ron Meininger (mein@nist.gov)

Booth: #42

 

Recently named a national historic chemical landmark by the American Chemical Society, the National Institute of Standards and Technology develops the measurements, standards, and technology to support U.S. science and industry. NIST scientists and engineers enhance U.S. global

economic competitiveness through research in nanotechnology, electronics, chemistry and chemical engineering, and other critical areas.

 

 

PRINCETON APPLIED RESEARCH

801 South Illinois Avenue

Oak Ridge, TN 37830 USA

Contact: Bill Eggers (info@pari-online.com)_

Tel: 865.482.4411

Fax: 865.425.1334

Booth #41

 

Princeton Applied Research is a manufacturer and global distributor of instrumentation used for materials characterization, electrochemistry, corrosion and impedance measurements. Princeton Applied Research provides a full suite of potentiostats, galvanostats, impedance analyzers, imaging equipment, cells and accessories for research and applied applications. Stop by our booth to see the new PARSTAT 2263 potentiostat.

 

 

 

SCRIBNER ASSOCIATES

150 E. Connecticut Avenue

Southern Pines, NC 28387 USA

910.695.8884

Contact: Cheryl Williams ( cheryl@pinehurst.net)

Booth: #10

 

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 combinatorial electrochemistry.  Also featured will be our benchmark Electrochemical Measurement Software for EIS and conventional electrochemical techniques and materials characterization.

 

 

SOLARTRON ANALYTICAL

19408 Park Row

Suite 320

Houston, TX 77084 USA

281.398.7890 ext. 254

Contact:  Andrew Stagnari (astagnari@solartronanalytical.com)

Booth #8

 

Solartron is a leading supplier of materials, electrochemical and impedance analysis systems and software.  Solartron products set the world standard in high performance measurements for batteries and energy storage devices.  The Solartron Frequency Response Analyzers offer the highest accuracy, repeatability and versatility in the market today.  Solartron offers total system solutions for analysis of electrochemical, corrosion and materials characterization applications across a range of markets and industries.  Solartron also provides consultation, technical support, applications engineering, test cells, accessories and product support. 

 

 

STREM CHEMICALS

7 Mulliken Way

Newburyport, MA 01950 USA

978.462.3191

Contact:  Barbara Barrett (barbara@strem.com)

Booth: #44

 

Strem Chemicals manufacturers a wide variety of chemicals for research and commercial scale production for the materials community including metals, inorganics and organometallics.  Volatile precursors for MOCVD include metal alkyls, alkyl amides, carbonyls, alkoxides, beta-diketonates, flourinated derivatives, organometallics and electronic grade chemicals.  Custom synthesis services are also provided.

 

 

SUSS MICROTEC (KARL SUSS)

228 Suss Drive

Waterbury Center, VT 05677 USA

802.244.5181

Contact: Carol Menard (cmenard@suss.com)

Booth #19

 

SUSS MicroTec is a leading global supplier of manufacturing equipment and process technology for the microelectronics, advanced packaging and MEMS markets.  SUSS provides products that serve both high volume production and R&D environments.  Our complete line of products, coupled with extensive field service capabilities, after-sales support, applications assistance, custom process development and general consultation amplify the value and benefits we offer our customers.

 

TELEDYNE ENERGY SYSTEMS

10707 Gilroy Road

Hunt Valley, MD 21031 USA

410.891.2202

Contact:  Christopher Kuehn (chris.kuehn@teledynees.com)

Booth #33

 

Teledyne Energy Systems, Inc. (TESI), a Teledyne Technologies Company, is a leading global provider of on-site gas and power generation systems based on proprietary fuel cell, electrolysis and thermoelectric technologies.  In addition, TESI is pursuing new product opportunities in the fuel cell testing, vehicle refueling, and PEM fuel cell markets.

 

 

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