ECS Transactions (ECST) is the official conference proceedings publication of The Electrochemical Society. Featuring full-text content of proceedings from ECS meetings and ECS-sponsored meetings, ECST is a high-quality venue for authors and an excellent resource for researchers. For a full listing of available volumes and issues, or to purchase individual articles, please visit the ECS Transactions page of the ECS Digital Library. Full issues may be purchased through the ECS Online Store.
Planned Issues: Dallas symposia publishing proceedings*
|A03||Large Scale Energy Storage 10|
|A06||Battery Safety and Failure Modes|
|G01||Silicon Compatible Emerging Materials, Processes, and Technologies for Advanced CMOS and Post-CMOS Applications 9|
|G05||Processes at the Semiconductor Solution Interface 8|
|H01||Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Materials and Devices 20|
|H02||Solid-state Electronics and Photonics in Biology and Medicine 6|
|Z02||Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing 3|
*Based on the number of ECS Transactions papers submitted from each symposium, issues may be cancelled or combined at ECS’s discretion.
In order to have appropriate stock onsite, hardcopy (CD or USB) editions of ECS Transactions are available on a preorder-only basis. After the preorder period has passed, full issues of ECST will only be available for purchase as an electronic download (PDF). After the meeting, print-on-demand softcover editions will be made available via our print-on-demand vendor, Curran Associates.
Dallas ECS Transactions issues will be available for preorder from February 2019 through the early bird meeting registration deadline (April 22, 2019). All preordered copies will be available for pickup onsite at the meeting only and will not be shipped.
ECST submission deadlines: 235th ECS Meeting
|June 1, 2018||All Request-to-Publish forms due|
|Dec. 14, 2018||Meeting Abstract deadline|
|Feb. 15, 2019||ECST submission site opens to authors and editors|
|March 15, 2019||ECST submission site closes to authors|
|April 12, 2019||ECST submission site closes to editors|
|May 17, 2019||Release date for ECS Transactions issues (9 days before first day of meeting)|
How do I submit to ECS Transactions?
If you are presenting in a symposium that has elected to publish their proceedings in an issue of ECS Transactions, the corresponding author of your meeting abstract will receive an invitation to submit when the submission site opens. This email will contain the URL for the site, as well as basic instructions on how to prepare and submit the paper when it is ready.
Why did I receive an invitation to submit some, but not all of my papers?
Not all symposia elect to publish conference proceedings – please be sure to check the Call for Papers to determine if your symposium will be publishing an issue of ECST. If your symposium is scheduled to publish an issue, but you did not receive an invitation to submit for one of your papers, please contact ECST@electrochem.org for assistance.
How do I publish a proceedings paper if my symposium is not publishing an ECST issue?
If you are interested in publishing research related to your presentation, but your symposium has not planned to publish any proceedings, we are encouraging authors to submit a preprint to ECSarXiv, ECS’s new preprint service. Submissions can be full-text articles, slide decks, or posters. Be sure to tag your submission with the meeting name to make sure it’s linked to other meeting content! Find out more, or submit now.
Can I still submit to an ECS journal if I publish in ECST?
Because ECS Transactions is not formally peer-reviewed, there is no conflict should an author wish to submit their work to both ECST and an ECS journal. While the expectation is that six months is sufficient time to revise an abstract and/or ECST paper to meet the stricter standards of the journals, there is no deadline for submission with ECS’s continuous journal publication model.
Submissions to the journals must be made using the online submission system. Click here for author instructions and to submit your manuscript.
Question not answered here? Contact the ECST staff at ECST@electrochem.org.