5 Questions with Dr. Nam-Gyu Park

Dr. Nam-Gyu ParkThe PRiME Lecture will take place as an online event on Monday, October 5, 2020, starting at 2000h EDT / Tuesday, October 6, 2020, at 0900h JST & KST. Visit here to register for this event.

Dr. Nam-Gyu Park, Professor and SKKU-Fellow at the School of Chemical Engineering at Sungkyunkwan University, will lead the PRiME 2020 plenary this year as the featured lecturer, presenting his talk, “Perovskite Solar Cells: Past 10 Years and Next 10 Years.”

What’s it all about? Dr. Park, a solid-state perovskite solar cell pioneer, chatted with ECS and shared the message behind his talk, including his work with perovskite solar cells, the materials significance to the science community as a whole, and the future of the promising material. (more…)

Spread the News about PRiME 2020

Enjoy free, unlimited access!

ECS is reaching out to the community—our volunteer leaders, people registered to attend PRiME 2020, and people presenting during PRiME—to help spread the news that it’s free for attendees to register for the online meeting. Attendees can access all symposia and live events at no charge. However, registration for the event is required. Thank you to PRiME 2020 presenters whose nominal registration fee helps fund free access for the global community. (more…)

Deadline: August 28, 2020 September 11, 2020

Sponsors and exhibitors have until September 11, 2020, to promote their organization at PRiME 2020 and take advantage of the great new opportunities offered by the on-demand online/digital event. Record-breaking participation is anticipated because access to all technical presentations is freely available to the entire global community. Contact Anna Olsen, ECS Corporate Programs Manager, now at sponsorship@electrochem.org to secure your space! (more…)

Don’t let a lack of funds limit presenting in PRIME 2020!

Many ECS divisions and sections provide travel grants to qualified biannual meeting presenters. Due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, these travel grant awards can now defray PRIME 2020 presenters’ registration fees.

View Travel Grant Information and Apply

Application deadline:  August 17, 2020 (more…)

Deadline is August 28, 2020

Don’t miss the last opportunity to promote your organization at PRiME 2020. The event’s move to an on-demand online/digital event offers great new opportunities for exhibitors and sponsors. Most importantly, access to all of the program’s technical presentations will be freely available to the entire global community, ensuring record-breaking participation. The deadline to secure sponsorships and exhibitions is August 28, 2020. (more…)

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, PRiME 2020 will take place as a solely virtual event, not as an in-person meeting. Presenters giving oral/poster presentations at PRiME may apply for a travel grant to fund their meeting registration fee. To assist and support our ECS student and young professional members, the travel grant submission deadline is extended to August 17, 2020. (more…)

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the PRiME 2020 cosponsors—The Electrochemical Society, The Electrochemical Society of Japan, and The Korean Electrochemical Society—are converting the in-person PRiME 2020 meeting to an exclusively online event.

Instead of travelling to Hawaii, presenters are asked to submit a digital presentation file (video, and/or slide deck or poster) that will be made available for online viewing as part of the digital PRiME 2020 event. As with past PRiME meetings, all authors presenting papers are required to pay a registration fee in order to participate. In the case of digital PRiME, this fee is significantly reduced from our normal registration fees. (more…)

PRiME 2020 Moves to Digital Platform

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the PRiME 2020 cosponsors—The Electrochemical Society, The Electrochemical Society of Japan, and The Korean Electrochemical Society—are converting the in-person PRiME 2020 meeting to an exclusively online event.  

The cosponsors determined that it was impossible to host the meeting in person without risking the health and safety of meeting attendees and volunteers, ECS staff, and the public at large. It is indeed unfortunate that the amazing plans for the in-person PRiME meeting will not take place as initially envisioned, however, the organizers are extremely excited for the opportunities this reimagined digital PRiME affords. Most notably, for the first time in PRiME’s history, access to all of the program’s technical presentations will be freely available to the entire global community. All are welcome to attend! (more…)

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