The publishing staff of The Electrochemical Society Interface is pleased to announce that the 1994 issues are now digitized. We are excited to continue the work of expanding the reach of Interface. (more…)
The publishing staff of The Electrochemical Society Interface is pleased to announce that 1996-1997 issues are now digitized. We are working issue by issue to get this exclusive back content to you. Thank you for being a valued reader of Interface. (more…)
ECS Transactions presents its latest publication, 17th International Symposium on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC-XVII) July 18-23, 2021 | Digital Meeting. Volume 102 features 208 papers from the digital meeting. It is available online through the ECS Digital Library and can be purchased as instantly downloadable electronic (PDF) editions through the ECS Online Store.
Link to Volume 102: https://iopscience.iop.org/volume/1938-5862/103
ECS Sensors Plus
ECS Sensors Plus is a multidisciplinary, open access journal that provides an international platform to publish high-quality impactful articles and promote scholarly communication and interactions among scientists, engineers, and technologists whose primary interests are focused on mechanisms, materials, structures, properties, performance, and characterization of sensing and detection devices and systems, including sensor arrays, networks, and actuators. The goal of ECS Sensors Plus, as a one-stop shop journal for sensors, is to advance the fundamental science and understanding of sensors and detection technologies for efficient monitoring and control of industrial processes and the environment, and improving quality of life and human health.
Nomination submission opens: May 18, 2021
Nomination submission closes: June 17, 2021
Extended – Nomination submission closes: September 1, 2021
In March 2021, IOP Publishing published the latest book in their electronics subject area, Quantum Transport in Nanostructures and Molecules: An introduction to molecular electronics by Professor Colin J. Lambert, research professor at Lancaster University, UK.
This book presents a conceptual framework for understanding room-temperature electron and phonon transport through molecules and other quantum objects. It looks at the flow of electricity through molecules at the boundary of physics and chemistry, and introduces molecular electronics for physicists, and quantum transport for chemists.
Professor Lambert is a world leader in the field of single-molecule electronics. He has been a professor at Lancaster since 1990 and in 2010 was awarded a research professorship. He is also a visiting professor in the Materials Department at the University of Oxford, and an elected member of Academia Europaea. (more…)