The Electrochemical Society values professional and volunteer achievement in the multi-disciplinary sciences. The ECS awards reflect the professional recognition of peers. At meeting plenary sessions, participants from every symposia come together to recognize award winners—some of the greatest minds in the field—and learn about their latest research.
ECS Fellow David J. Lockwood received the Gordon E. Moore Award for Outstanding Achievement in Solid State Science and Technology at the plenary session of the 235th ECS Meeting. This award recognizes outstanding contributions to the fundamental understanding and technological applications of solid state materials, phenomena, and processes. Lockwood is a physicist and researcher emeritus at the National Research Council of Canada. His research centers on the optical properties of low-dimensional materials and focuses on Group IV and III-V semiconductor nanostructures. Lockwood presented “Silicon-Based Photonic Integrated Circuits: The Quest for Compatible Light Sources” at the 235th ECS Meeting Plenary Session.
At the 236th ECS Meeting‘s plenary session, John W. Weidner will receive the Carl Wagner Memorial Award. He will speak on “Mathematical Modeling of Electrochemical Systems.” Weidner is dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences at the University of Cincinnati. He has published 113 refereed journal articles and contributed to over 200 technical presentations in the field of electrochemical engineering. Weidner is a fellow of ECS and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
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