ECS Survey Winners

Juho Lehmusto

Juho Lehmusto, enjoying his Bose QuietComfort35 wireless headphones II.

Thank you to all of those who participated in The Electrochemical Society’s survey! Your feedback helps shape the future of ECS, including the direction of open access, the membership program, and ECS’s quarterly magazine, Interface. Your input is valuable in achieving the Society’s mission to advance theory and practice at the forefront of electrochemical and solid state science and technology, and allied subjects.

Because ECS values your thoughts, the Society has awarded three survey participants for their contributions. The awards feature a pair of Bose QuietComfort35 wireless headphones II, a $350 prize; a complimentary five-year membership to ECS; and a complimentary registration to attend one ECS 2019 biannual meeting. (more…)

ECEE 2019 Late Poster Session

Interested in presenting at The Electrochemical Conference on Energy and the Environment (ECEE 2019): Bioelectrochemistry and Energy Storage meeting in Glasgow, but missed the abstract deadline? Submit an abstract for a poster presentation on bioelectrochemistry and energy storage!

The purpose of the ECEE meetings is to focus on electrochemical energy conversion/storage materials, concepts, and systems, with the intent to bring together scientists, engineers, and researchers to share results and discuss issues on these topics.

The abstract deadline is May 31.

Submit now!

This year marks the 150th anniversary of Dmitri Mendeleev’s discovery of the periodic system—marking one of the most significant achievements in science, which not only captured the essence of chemistry but also of physics and biology. We honor this moment in history by celebrating the “International Year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements” (IYPT2019) this year, according to IYPT2019.

There are a number of ways you can pay tribute to the invention of the “common language for science.” Explore the periodic table by participating in one of the many activities hosted by IYPT2019, like the IUPAC Periodic Table Challenge for a chance to win a periodic table signed by a Nobel laureate in chemistry, the EYCN periodic table video competition for a chance to win a trip to Paris, or show off your artwork with a creative Mendeleev Mosaic—and more!


On Friday, February 8, 2019, the ECS New England section will host a meeting featuring a distinguished speaker at Northeastern University, and you’re invited!

Pre-registration and paid dinner reservation is required to attend.


Northeastern University’s Boston Campus
Egan Research Center
Room 305/306 (more…)

TIB Promotes Open Access Transition

Since 2018, all the members of the German consortium of The Electrochemical Society led by the Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB) – German National Library of Science and Technology have benefited from a special publishing option: ECS grants all institutions participating in its program an unlimited number of article processing charge (APC) credits. This allows all scientists affiliated with participating institutions to publish open access articles in ECS journals free of charge. (more…)

Allen J. Bard

Allen J. Bard, regarded as the “father of modern electrochemistry,” was recently announced the winner of the 2019 King Faisal International Prize in Science. According to UT NEWS, the University of Texas at Austin professor of chemistry received $200,000 and a gold medal from the King Faisal Foundation, as a result of the big win.

Bard, an ECS member for over 50 years, is a big believer in chemistry—the chemistry found among people.

“There’s a chemistry that can develop in a group, and that chemistry can lead to very good science,” says Bard.

So it’s no surprise that his team player mentality has indeed led him to “very good science,” so good it earned him the international award, given to only those who have made outstanding contributions in physics, chemistry, biology, or mathematics through original scientific research that brings major benefits to humanity.


The Electrochemical Society and Enago have entered into a collaboration that will allow researchers within ECS’s member network easy access to Enago’s author services, including English manuscript editing and publication support, at every stage of the publication cycle.

ECS exists to advance global knowledge and practice in the sphere of electrochemistry and solid state science. It’s an international community, led by scientists, for scientists. Its members, individual and institutional, can take advantage of the vast programs offered, such as awards, grants, fellowships, and much more. (more…)

Advertise in Interface!

Is your organization looking to reach the top electrochemistry and solid state scientists and engineers? The Electrochemical Society Interface publication is an effective way to reach over 5,700 of the world’s leaders in this technical domain. This publication is an authoritative yet accessible publication for those in the field of solid state and electrochemical science and technology. Published quarterly, this four-color magazine contains technical articles about the latest developments in the field and presents news and information about and for members of ECS.

In 2019, the four issues will cover the below topics and includes the opportunity for your organization to highlight your products and services.

Interface covers


ECS Launches New Job Search Website

The Electrochemical Society launched the ECS Career Center in early 2019, a new career center that connects our constituency across all disciplines and career stages with employers offering career opportunities.

Powered by YourMembership, the leading provider of job websites and career centers for organizations that serve specialized members, the ECS Career Center is an innovative gateway that matches the right employers with the right student/professional talent to help keep organizations well-staffed, and professionals’ careers moving along a professional path that meets their goals. (more…)

Holiday Warning: Deadly Batteries

With the holidays fast approaching, you may find yourself purchasing toys and gifts for some little ones. As you do, it’s important to keep some safety tips in mind. The National Capital Poison Center recently reported an increasing number of fatal button batteries ingestions over the years.

These coin-sized batteries have the potential to cause severe esophageal or airway burns when stuck in the esophagus, even after no initial signs of irritation directly after ingestion. Batteries stuck, including in the nose and ears, for over 2 hours can cause burns and serious complications.

Most commonly nickel-sized button batteries are the most hazardous as their size can allow them to become lodged in the throat and burn faster as a result.

However, there are measures that gift-givers and parents can take.


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