Congratulations to all the students whose posters and presentations have been accepted to the 237th ECS Meeting with the 18th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS 2020). A total of 99 posters have been accepted! Whether you are attending or presenting, you have a great opportunity to meet with the best minds in the field. Our leaders can help guide and accelerate your path to success. Build your network and friendships! (more…)
The meeting will feature Jeff Yambrick, from SVOLT Energy Technology Co., Ltd. (Chinese: 蜂巢能源), who will introduce SVOLT Energy, a new and fast-growing player in battery manufacturing space.
The meeting will take place at the Lawrence Technological University (21000 West Ten Mile Road, Southfield, MI 48075) Building #5 (Taubman Welcome Center) 4th floor, Room 406. (more…)
Your vote counts!
As a member-led, member-driven Society, there is no better way to share in the stewardship of this amazing organization than by exercising your right to vote in the upcoming ECS election.
We have an outstanding slate of dedicated volunteers, each of whom has a long and distinguished history of service to the Society and the field.
Follow the links below to view candidate biographies and cast your vote for the 2020 ECS officer nominees. (more…)
Reports to: Director of Community Engagement
Classification: Full-Time Exempt
Responsible for the support and development of community engagement programs and support of other various ECS programs and activities. Coordinates participation and execution of 1) section and student chapter programs 2) student membership program; 3) education and professional development workshops and 4) student and section engagement throughout the Society. Serves as staff liaison for section and student chapter relations and works closely with the staff and volunteer leaders to ensure that these relationships support the Society’s goals and objectives. (more…)
ECS recently lost a devoted, accomplished member, and a cherished friend. Robert Frankenthal passed away on Wednesday, September 18.
Bob held many posts and positions within the Corrosion Division and the Society itself, serving as chair of Pittsburgh Section (1963–64), Corrosion Division chair (1980–1982), and ECS President (1993–1994). He also received numerous awards and honors, including winning the Corrosion Division H. H. Uhlig Award in 1989 and becoming a Fellow of The Electrochemical Society in 1995.
If you would like to learn more about Bob, please visit the page about him on the ECS website, which also includes a long-form interview Roque Calvo, former ECS Executive Director, conducted with him as part of the ECS Masters Series.
What you need to know before you go
- Make an account for the online program and create your own personal schedule.
- Check the meeting homepage regularly for new information.
- Become familiar with the highlighted events.
- Mark your itinerary for the division, section, and society award talks, and of course the plenary/ECS Lecture.
- Research who you will visit in the exhibition hall.
- Start planning your sightseeing adventures in Atlanta.
The 236th ECS Meeting is the prologue to your success story. As a must-attend event for professionals from across the globe, you will be introduced to industry trends, unbeatable content, insights, and players who can put you on the path toward climbing your career ladder.
Our guide to making career strides: (more…)
Call for Papers: Challenges in Novel Electrolytes, Organic Materials, and Innovative Chemistries for Batteries in Honor of Michel ArmandPosted on August 28, 2019 by ECS Staff
Submit your manuscripts to the Journal of The Electrochemical Society‘s Focus Issue on Challenges in Novel Electrolytes, Organic Materials, and Innovative Chemistries for Batteries in Honor of Michel Armand.
About the focus issue
This focus issue of the Journal of The Electrochemical Society is devoted to the novel electrolytes, organic materials, and innovative chemistries for batteries. This issue is inspired by the work of Michel Armand, Emeritus Researcher at French CNRS, and presently working at CIC-Energigune in Spain and at Deakin University in Australia. Armand, after ushering the intercalation concept, has led the community with outstanding and inspiring contributions to the field of battery electrochemistry with major industrial applications. Armand’s most important renown findings are solid state polymer electrolytes for Li Metal Polymer batteries now commercialized, new highly conductive salt families like LiTFSI (commercialized) and LiFSI for advanced electrolytes, and carbon-nanopainting of LiFePO4 leading to wide-scale commercialization of this olivine in EV and grid storage batteries. (more…)
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 at the 237th ECS Meeting with the 18th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS 2020) in Montréal? Check out the call for papers and reach out to the lead organizer!
A message from The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
In 1933, ten years after winning the Nobel Prize, Neils Bohr lectured on the importance of applying the principles of physics to the field of biology and living organisms. Over the last several decades, the field of biophysics has generated incredible discoveries, from helping scientists understand the structures of molecules inside of a cell, to predicting and replicating the mechanical movements of large mammals.
About the study
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is undertaking a decadal survey of biophysics that will evaluate the current state of the field and identify important future research directions. This study, funded by the National Science Foundation, will serve as a guide for federal agencies and academic leadership as they make decisions regarding biophysics funding, workforce, and research portfolios. (more…)