ECS is pleased to announce the winners of symposia-funded best presentation awards from the 236th ECS Meeting in Atlanta. Through the generous funding of individual symposium sponsors, several awards of this type are presented at every ECS meeting. You are invited to celebrate the excellent work of these authors:
A05 – Lithium Ion Batteries – Best Poster Award Winners
Mahsa Ebrahiminia, University of Utah: “Molecular Dynamics Simulation Study of Ion Transport, Structural and Mechanical Properties of Li2CO3 and Mn-Li-CO3”
Karsten Richter, Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württenberg (ZSW): “A New Method to Study Depth Profiles in Silicon/Carbon Composite Electrodes”
A06 – Beyond Lithium Ion Batteries – Best Poster Award Winners
Yubin He, Georgia Institute of Technology: Lithium Ion Conducting Block Copolymers: Conductivity and Battery Performance
Wanwan Wang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong: In Situ Ambient Pressure X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Studies of Potassium-Oxygen Redox Reactions
D01 – Young Researchers on Dielectric Science and Technology Golden Prize Award Winners
Tom Kinsey, University of Tennessee: A Dielectric and Vibrational Spectroscopy Study of the Confinement Effects on Ion Dynamics in a Methacrylate Based Polymerized Ionic Liquid within Nanoporous Silica Membranes
Martin Košiček, Jozef Stefan Institute: Manipulation of a Single Crystal Nanowire on an Atomic Level
I01 – Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells & Electrolyzers 19 (PEFC&E-19) – Best Poster Award Winners
Thank you to the Office of Naval Research, and the U.S. Army Research Laboratory’s Army Research Office for their generous sponsorship of this symposium.
Holly M. Fruehold, Ontario Tech University: A model Fe-N3/C Active Site Prepared Via Molecular-Level Control for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction through Iron Terpyridine Motifs
Jonathan Grunewald, Georgia Institute of Technology: Formulating Reduced-Order Models to Include Mesoscale Methods in Full Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Models
Yiwei Zheng, University of South Carolina: Understanding the Fundamental Drivers for Performance Losses in Operating AEMFCS in the Presence of CO2
Thank you to these companies and all of our other symposium sponsors for their support of the 236th ECS Meeting! Be sure to also check out the 236th ECS Meeting Student Poster Session Award Winners.
Is your institution interested in sponsoring a symposium at the 238th ECS meeting? Check out the Exhibit and Sponsorship Opportunities or contact Bianca.Kovalenko@electrochem.org to learn how your support can directly assist our meeting speakers with travel grants, registration waivers, best presentation awards, and more!