Please enjoy the articles below, and stay connected with ECS through 2020 for access to more innovative and influential research at the forefront of electrochemical and solid state science and technology. (more…)
ECS is set to hold it’s fourth annual Free the Science Week in 2020. From March 30-April 5, ECS will take down the paywall to the entire ECS Digital Library on IOPscience, making over 160,000 scientific articles and abstracts free and accessible to everyone.
Started in 2017, the week supports ECS’s long-term vision of Free the Science by providing access to all in order to further advance the research. The research published in ECS’s publications directly addresses the sustainability of the planet. Electrochemistry and solid state science continue to hold the keys to innovation in renewable energy, biomedical applications, water and sanitation, communications, transportation, technology, infrastructure, and beyond. (more…)
IOPP recently celebrated its millionth article, reached in part, due to ECS’s publishing partnership with IOPP which went into effect this year. ECS’s move to their online publishing platform, IOPscience, brought over more than 150,000 papers, helping IOPP achieve the extraordinary achievement. (more…)
Who do I contact for issues regarding content and peer review? Who handles rights and permissions? Who takes care of access and payment? How about indexing?
Well, fret no more. Here is a handy list of links to refer to when manuscript blunders arise. (more…)
The Electrochemical Society is proud to announce the Society’s most distinguished members recognized as 2019 Highly Cited Researchers. The prestigious list, published by the Web of Science Group at Clarivate Analytics, identifies scientists and social scientists who produced multiple papers ranking in the top 1% by citations for their field and year of publication, demonstrating significant research influence among their peers. (more…)
Social media is a great way to boost your visibility as a serious student of solid state and electrochemical science, learn about important developments and key players in the field, build your ECS Student Chapter, and launch/navigate your career.
When you engage on social media as a professional, your membership in ECS’s unique community gives you a springboard. You can employ ECS’s Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and YouTube channels to build your network, share valuable research you discover, and help share ECS news. When you publish research, social media is a great tool for enhancing the discovery of your paper, and research indicates that social sharing increases the likelihood of citations and replications.
Proceedings from the 237th ECS Meeting with the 18th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS 2020) now are available for preorder. ECS Transactions volume 97, issues 1-6, now are available for purchase through April 6, 2020.
ECS members are eligible for a 20% discount on orders!
Be sure to order early to guarantee your copy. For more information, visit www.electrochem.org/ecst.
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Manages development and production of ECS’s conference proceedings publication, ECS Transactions, and the Society’s books program. Serves as main point of contact and provides a high level of customer service (including technical support) to both issue editors and meeting authors. Provides assistance in the management of the ECS publications, specifically with respect to ECSarXiv along with oversight and daily management of nontechnical publications content on ECS’s website and within the ECS Digital Library.
The Electrochemical Society relies upon the technical expertise and judgement of the many individuals who, as reviewers, help to maintain the high standards characteristic of the Society’s peer-reviewed journals. In 2019, 3,693 individuals supported the Society’s long-standing commitment to ensuring both the technical quality of the works published, as well as the integrity and validity of the peer review the community provides. ECS greatly appreciates the time and effort put forth by these individuals, and the Society would like to express a sincere thank-you for their hard work and support. (more…)
The Electrochemical Society honors 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize laureates, John B. Goodenough, M. Stanley Whittingham, and Akira Yoshino, by the launch of a new collection highlighting their scientific contributions published by ECS. In addition, ECS recognizes their contributions in the winter 2019 issue of Interface, now available online.
Goodenough, Whittingham, and Yoshino have been deeply involved with The Electrochemical Society—as members, authors, editors, fellows, meeting participants and organizers, awardees, and more. Their publications with ECS, to varying degrees, trace the history of the development of the Lithium-ion battery, the revolutionary invention for which they shared the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. (more…)