2022 ECS Society Officers Election

The 2022 ECS Society Officers Election is now open through March 15, 2022. We hope you exercise your right as an ECS member to vote. We have an outstanding slate of dedicated volunteers, each of whom has a long and distinguished history of service to the Society and the field.

Follow the links below to view candidate biographies and cast your vote for the 2022 ECS officer nominees.

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The Telluride Innovation Workshop on Decarbonization of Cement brings together academic, industrial, and national laboratory leaders to brainstorm pathways to decarbonize the cement industry. To ensure an intimate workshop setting, the organizers envisage no more than 20 to 30 participants.

Date: February 7 – February 11, 2022

Location
Ah Haa School of the Arts
200 West Pacific Avenue
Telluride, CO, US 81435

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The early months of each year are an exciting time at ECS as officer elections take place during the months of January through March. Elected officers constitute the organization’s executive committee and include the following positions: president, three vice presidents, secretary, and treasurer.

We vote for the new President, Third Vice President, and Treasurer in this election.

The following are biographical sketches and candidacy statements for all candidates.

 

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Follow the ECS division, section, and student chapter news deadlines and submission guidelines to be considered for publication in ECS Interface 2022 issues.

2022 ECS Division, Section, and Student Chapter Submission Deadlines

Interface Issue

Submission Deadline

Anticipated Publication Date

Spring

January 14, 2022

March 27, 2022

Summer

April 15, 2022

June 26, 2022

Fall

July 15, 2022

September 25, 2022

Winter

October 14, 2022

December 25, 2022

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Nominations sought for 2022 speakers

The ECS San Francisco Section hosted its Inaugural Young Investigator Lecture Series on November 19, 2021. Over the course of the three-hour virtual session, attendees were treated to 10 short presentations by senior graduate students and postdocs from California universities. The talks covered a wide range of electrochemistry research, from lithium-ion batteries to CO2 reduction, fundamental examinations of ion transport, and charge transfer kinetics.

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Plan for a New Career in the New Year

Kick start the new year with a new career opportunity! Take the first step and update your resume/CV on The Electrochemical Society Career Center. An eye tracking study showed that recruiters spend about seven seconds reviewing a resume. So be sure your resume grabs their attention!

Here are five reasons for updating your resume/CV, even if you’re not actively looking for a job. (more…)

The ECS Detroit Section invites you to join Sergiy Kalnaus for his webinar on Thursday, December 16, 2021.

Date: December 16, 2021

Time: 1900h ET
Cost: Free

Speaker

Sergiy Kalnaus
Staff Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (more…)

The update is now complete!

ECS web-based services are fully restored. All functions that were temporarily disabled are now operational.

This is a good time to log in to ECS. Take the opportunity to:

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Posted in Announcements

Now Hiring: Programs Specialist

Reports to: Director of Community Engagement
Classification: Full-Time Exempt

MAJOR FUNCTION

Responsible for the support and development of community engagement programs and execution of other various ECS programs and activities. Facilitates growth of the Society’s educational programming and activities to enhance continuing education offerings. Coordinates participation and execution of section and student chapter programs, student membership program, and student and section engagement throughout the Society. Promotes and increases engagement in outreach and professional development services like the ECS Career Center. Serves as staff liaison for section and student chapter relations, and works closely with staff and volunteer leaders to ensure that these relationships support the Society’s goals and objectives (more…)

The US Department of Energy (DOE) recently announced $15 million for fundamental research or early-stage technology development of new bioimaging or sensing approaches that use quantum phenomena.

Supported efforts will advance research on plant and microbial systems relevant to bioenergy and environmental research. Projects will explore quantum science concepts that promise to enhance image resolution and provide new ways for repetitive imaging to detect fragile samples without damaging them, produce cleaner pictures, and use light beyond the visible range to see unknown features of biological shape and movement. (more…)

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