Events at a Glance

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Featured Events

ECS OpenCon
Sunday 1400-1800h
Chesapeake G/H/I
ECS OpenCon is a satellite event of the main OpenCon, an international event hosted by the Right to Research Coalition, a student sponsored organization of SPARC, the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition. This will be ECS’s first, large community event aimed at creating a culture of change in how research is designed, shared, discussed, and disseminated, with the ultimate goal of making scientific progress faster. Featuring the vocal advocates in the open movement this event will examine the intersection of advances in research infrastructure, the researcher experience, funder mandates and policies, as well as the global shift that is happening in traditional scholarly communications.
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Opening Reception
Sunday 1800-2000h
Cherry Blossom Ballroom
All attendees are welcome to attend this event and kick start the week with drinks, tasty desserts, and ample time to mingle.

Session Chair and Symposium Organizer Breakfast
Monday 0700-0800h
Cherry Blossom Ballroom
The success of the meeting is very much due to the hard work of the session chairs, symposium organizers, and division members. All are encouraged to attend this orientation to ensure they are best prepared for their roles in the meeting, and to learn helpful information about future meetings

Student Mixer Sponsored by BMW
Monday 1900-2100h
Cherry Blossom Ballroom
Network with other students and early career professionals. There will be light food and refreshments. Purchase a ticket when you register or by visiting customer service onsite.

ECS Author Information Session
Tuesday 1600-1700h
Maryland 4
Are you new to publishing with ECS and have questions? ECS has the answers! Join the Journal of The Electrochemical Society Editor, Robert Savinell, ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology Editor, Dennis Hess, and ECS Transactions Editor, Jeff Fergus as they present insight to:

  • Opportunities available for publishing with ECS
  • Understanding the journals continuous publication model and types of articles published by ECS.
  • How to publish open access and how ECS’s Free the Science initiative supports open access for authors.
  • Where your content is accessible after publication.

Preregister by visiting customer service onsite.

Student and General Poster Sessions
Tuesday 1800-2000h
Wednesday 1800-2000h
Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E
With hundreds of posters to explore, you won’t want to miss a single minute of these sessions. Grab a drink, wander the aisles, review the presentations, talk to the authors, share some laughs… these sessions are a great way to end the day!

ECS Data Sciences Hack Day
Wednesday 0830-1700h
Maryland 1
This ECS Data Sciences Hack Day is the Society’s first foray into building an electrochemical data sciences and open source community from the ground up. All electrochemical engineers can benefit from this workshop, whether experimentally or theoretically focused. Learning how to create, share, use, and improve open source software tools and public datasets is one way to accelerate research progress in our field.
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Refresh and Connect: An ECS Mentoring Session (New!)
Wednesday 1645-1745h
Maryland 5
Students and early career researchers are not going to want to miss this mentoring event. Join a roundtable with five of your peers and an established ECS member to build your contacts, ask questions abou career paths and opportunities, and share in stories about professional life. Sign up early to reserve your spot! This is a one-hour session.

Preregister by visiting customer service onsite.