Join presenters Prof. Iryna Zenyuk and Prantik Saha and our sponsor HORIBA Scientific at 1300h ET on March 16, 2021, for a webinar discussing how DLS helps prepare catalyst inks with high electrochemical performance.
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On February 10, 2021, The Electrochemical Society hosted Dr. Reza Javaherdasti’s live webinar, “Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion: Tips, Myths, Skills.” Dr. Javaherdashti is General Manager at Eninco Engineering B.V., The Netherlands. Below are Dr. Javaherdasti’s responses to questions asked in the Q&A session following his talk.

Dr. Javaherdashti has taught more than 5000 hours about electrochemical corrosion, corrosion management, and microbial corrosion to various industries worldwide. In this webinar, he discussed and explained the most important theoretical and practical aspects of microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) and microbiologically influenced deterioration (MID) mechanisms and how industry practitioners can recognize them.

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Dr. Richard B. Kaner
Distinguished Professor
Dr. Myung Ki Hong Endowed Chair in Materials Innovation
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
University of California, Los Angeles

Date: March 10, 2021
Time: 1300h ET
Sponsor: Hiden Analytical and Comsol

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Gerald Frankel, Ohio State University Professor and Journal of The Electrochemical Society Corrosion Science and Technology Technical Editor, is hosting CorroZoom, a webinar series focusing on corrosion science. The next webinar, “Corrosion of Additive Manufactured Materials” presented by Nick Birbilis, will take place on February 24, 2021, at 0800h EST.

CorroZoom Webinar
Corrosion of Additive Manufactured Materials
Nick Birbilis
Australian National University

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Prof. Xiulie “David” Ji
Associate Professor
Oregon State University, U.S.

Date: March 04, 2021
Time: 1000h PT / 1300h ET
Presented by the ECS Pacific Northwest Section

The design of storage batteries entails a holistic view. This webinar summarizes five dimensions of considerations for the design of storage battery chemistries from a chemical reaction’s point of view. Electrode materials and ion charge carriers are the reactants; electrolytes are the reaction medium; battery configurations describe the operation fashion of the reactors; the electrode-ion chemical bonding reflects the nature of the chemical reaction, which affects the thermodynamic and kinetic properties of batteries. The permutations of these five dimensions result in ten unique approaches. The chemical-reaction nature of batteries can be a vantage that unifies rather than compartmentalizes a new paradigm of storage battery research. (more…)

Chair Dr. Jie Xiao, Pacific Northwest National Labs; Vice-Chair Prof. Corie Cobb, University of Washington; Secretary Dr. Yun Li, Microsoft Corporation; Treasurer Prof. Shannon Boettcher, University of Oregon.
ECS Pacific Northwest Section Officers are (from left to right) Chair
Dr. Jie Xiao, Pacific Northwest National Labs; Vice-Chair Prof. Corie Cobb, University of Washington; Secretary Dr. Yun Li, Microsoft Corporation; Treasurer Prof. Shannon Boettcher, University of Oregon.

The new ECS Pacific Northwest Section, chartered by the Society’s board on October 16, 2020, has planned an active program of events for 2021.

The section seeks to connect all interested parties from academia, industry, and government and bridge a scientific gap while providing networking opportunities that could lead to new developments—and help members advance their careers. The section serves all of the universities and national labs in Washington State, Idaho, and Oregon. Dr. Jie Xiao, ECS Fellow and Battery Division Secretary, took the lead in chartering the section and now serves as its chair. She believes the section will bolster the growth of the electrochemistry and solid state science fields in the Pacific Northwest. (more…)

“R&D Efforts in Energy Storage Technologies for the Grid at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory”

Speakers David Reed and Wei Wang discuss efforts at the Pacific Northwest National Lab (PNNL) to:

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Prof. Christopher Muratore

Prof. Christopher Muratore

On January 27, 2021, The Electrochemical Society hosted Prof. Christopher Muratore’s live webinar, “Two-dimensional Materials for Scalable Modular Electronic Pathogen Sensors.” Prof. Muratore is the Ohio Research Scholars Endowed Chair Professor in the Chemical and Materials Engineering Department at the University of Dayton, U.S.

Prof. Muratore described the global need to move beyond point-of-care diagnostics to inexpensive, simple-to-use pathogen tests readily available to individuals on a daily basis.

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ECS is proud to present Dr. Yan Yao via free webinar on February 24, 2021, at 1300h ET.

Next-generation Batteries for Electric Vehicles and Stationary Storage

Dr. Yan Yao  
Cullen Professor of Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Houston, U.S.

Date: February 24, 2021
Time: 1300h ET
Sponsored by: Hiden Analytical

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ECS is proud to present Dr. Reza Javaherdashti via free webinar on February 10, 2021, at 1000h ET.

Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion: Tips, Myths, Skills

Dr. Reza Javaherdashti  
General Manager
Eninco Engineering B.V.
Netherlands

Date: February 10, 2021

Time: 1000h ET (more…)

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