Short Courses

ECS sponsors day-long short courses in conjunction with the biannual Society meetings. Courses typically are conducted from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm on the opening Sunday of the meeting. Short course materials are only available electronically before the course date; registrants are responsible for printing their own short course materials if hard copies are desired. The registration fees cover the course, luncheon, coffee breaks, and course materials.

Students are offered a 50% discount on short course registration.

Upcoming Short Courses

232nd ECS Meeting in National Harbor, Maryland

Short course #1: Basic Impedance Spectroscopy | Course description
Mark Orazem, Instructor

Short course #2: Fundamentals of Electrochemistry: Basic Theory and Kinetic Methods | Course description
Jamie Noël, Instructor

Short course #3: Operation and Exploitation of Electrochemical Capacitor Technology | Course description
John Miller, Instructor

Short course #4: Battery and Battery Material Development Using Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry | Course description
Peter Ralbovsky, Instructor

233rd ECS Meeting in Seattle, Washington

Short course #1: Advanced Impedance Spectroscopy | Course description
Mark Orazem, Instructor

Short course #2: Lithium Ion Battery Technology | Course description
Shirley Meng and Boryann Liaw, Instructors

Short course #3: Electrodeposition Fundamentals and Applications | Course description
Stanko Brankovic and Giovanni Zangari, Instructors

Short course pricing will be listed under the next biannual meeting.