ECS Exhibit HallECS has three meetings next year that offer the opportunity to get your products and services in front of leading scientists, engineers, and researchers.

The benefits of exhibiting with ECS include access to our international meeting attendees, a company description in the meeting program and on the ECS website, company name and booth number included on signage at the meeting, and two complimentary exhibit only registration and one full meeting registration.

ECS also offers a number of sponsorship options that will give your organization maximum exposure at the meetings. Below are the upcoming meetings along with a few important deadlines and links to the exhibit and sponsorship brochure where you will find the sponsorship options. (more…)

Deadline for Submitting Abstracts
December 28, 2018
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Symposium A03: Large Scale Energy Storage 10

Symposium Focus: The symposium is sponsored by Sumitomo Electric of Japan and supported by three divisions in the ECS, IEEE, ETD, and Battery. Funds from these sponsors are used to invite major industrial developers of large scale energy storage systems from the US and Asia and established speakers from the academia, national labs, and DOE Office of Electricity. The main focus of this symposium is on technical issues at the industrial scale and new directions for Large Scale Electrical Energy Storage. (more…)

2019 ECS Meetings!

ECS is excited to host and support the events below in 2019. We are already working hard on making these meetings a success and we hope that you will start planning the ways you’ll be able to participate or partner with us next year!

IBA 2019 – International Battery Association

March 3-8, 2019
San Diego, California
Important Deadline:

  • Early Registration: February 1, 2019 (more…)

Join The Electrochemical Society on November 25-30, 2018 at the 2018 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit in Boston, MA.

The MRS meeting is a great opportunity for ECS to connect with our members and other interested scientists, researchers, and academics to discuss what’s new and exciting in the field and with ECS. This meeting allows for the exchange of technical information around materials science and the ability to network with an interdisciplinary and international audience. The annual Fall Meeting takes place at the Boston’s Hynes Convention Center and Sheraton Boston Hotel, features over 50 symposia, and is attended by as many as 6,000 researchers from every corner of the globe.

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Deadline for Submitting Abstracts
December 28, 2018
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Symposium B07: Light Energy Conversion with Metal Halide Perovskites, Semiconductor Nanostructures, and Inorganic/Organic Hybrid Materials

Symposium Focus: Metal, semiconductor, and organic nanoparticles and nanostructures play important roles in fuel cells, solar energy conversion, catalysis, and hydrogen production. Recent advances in the area of inorganic/organic hybrid nanostructures, in particular metal halide perovskites, and nanomaterials have led to new understanding of their catalytic, photoelectrochemical, and photovoltaic properties. This symposium especially encourages and welcomes contributed presentations.

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Session chairs serve as an integral role in the ECS meetings. We try our best to encourage early career risers, post-grads, and young authors to get involved in the meetings by acting as session chairs. Although this is a volunteer-based program, it is a great networking opportunity, as it puts you in front of other scientists, engineers, and researchers sharing their work.

Interested in being a session chair at a symposium in Dallas? Check out the Call for Papers and reach out to the lead organizer!

Read the guidelines for session chairs.

Deadline for Submitting Abstracts
December 28, 2018
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Symposium A06: Battery Safety and Failure Modes

Symposium Focus: Energy storage needs for advanced industrial and consumer electronics devices demand increasingly higher lithium-ion battery (LIB) specific energy and power densities. Increased LIB functionality via higher specific energy, extremely fast charging, and sophisticated management systems increases the need for a better understanding of LIB safety. (more…)

Deadline for Submitting Abstracts
December 28, 2018
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Symposium A04: Battery Student Slam 3

Symposium Focus: This special symposium is dedicated to students working on energy storage and energy conversion. In the student slam, we offer an opportunity for students to present flash oral presentations of their work in a 10-minute time slot. All students enrolled at any valid degree-granting institution may submit an abstract describing the presentation. Of particular interest are new materials and designs, performance studies, and modeling of all types of batteries, supercapacitors and fuel cells, including aqueous, non-aqueous, polymer electrolytes, solid electrolytes, and flow systems. We strongly encourage students to submit their papers to this symposium instead of other symposia sponsored by the Battery Division at this meeting. (more…)

Deadline for Submitting Abstracts
December 28, 2018
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Symposium I05: Heterogeneous Functional Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage 2

Symposium focus: This symposium will focus on the science that controls emergent properties in heterogeneous functional materials as a foundation for the design of functional material devices with performance not bounded by constituent properties.

Providing a unique venue for both contributed and invited speakers to present the latest advances in novel modeling approaches, advanced 3-D imaging and characterization techniques, novel material synthesis and manufacturing methods to create highly ordered material structure, and applications of heterogeneous functional materials in devices for energy conversion and storage.

This symposium especially encourages and welcomes contributed presentations. (more…)

Help early-career researchers reach their potential!

Young researchers Guruprakash Karkera and Madeline Sciullo share what receiving the ECS travel grant meant to them and put in perspective why the grant is more than funding; it’s a gateway to the future. Here are their stories:

Madeline Sciullo, travel grant recipient

Madeline Sciullo, travel grant recipient

Worldwide reach

Madeline Sciullo is a fourth-year student studying electrical and computer engineering at the University of Florida.

She says she realized her first time attending and presenting at an ECS meeting, which happened to be PRiME 2016 in Honolulu, Hawaii, would be costly. But, she knew it was a meeting she had to attend.

“These international meetings are so crucial to the development of the field,” says Sciullo, of why she found it particularly important to attend the ECS meeting. “A lot of the work that I’m doing, nobody in the United States is doing. So there’s no point for me going to a conference that only has attendees from the United States.” (more…)

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