February 22, 2021
As COVID-19 continues impacting organizations across the globe, ECS encourages student, postdoc, and young and early career professional authors and presenters to apply for support to participate in the 239th ECS Meeting and 18th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS). As the meeting is now digital and no longer requires travel, funds from the ECS biannual meeting travel grant program are available for author/presenter registration fees and ECS memberships. ECS divisions and sections each have their own travel grants with different requirements and requirements.
Application deadline: February 22, 2021
Prepare for success
Carefully review each ECS division and section’s grant qualifications and requirements to determine which division or section travel grant aligns best with your background and needs—and how to submit the strongest application. Note that applicants may only apply for a travel grant from one division or section per meeting.
Read how PRiME 2020 meeting participants benefitted from ECS section and division travel grants.
“(ECS has) done an excellent job bringing the electrochemistry community together and transitioning the conference to an online platform in these challenging times. I am very grateful to have been awarded a travel grant, enabling me to share my work and to learn from the great work of others at PRiME 2020. The experience was truly rewarding. I greatly appreciated the opportunity to exchange ideas with researchers from all over the world.”
– Derrick Butler, PhD candidate, Department of Electrical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University
“It was an honor receiving the travel grant from The Electrochemical Society! Although everything looked a lot different this year, and we were not ‘traveling’ to the conference, ECS provided a complimentary registration to the conference and year membership to the Society! Receiving the email of acceptance was a highlight of my week, encouraging me to continue in the midst of a very unprecedented time.”
– Rebecca Skelton Marshall, Graduate Research Assistant in Materials Science, University of Virginia
“I cannot thank ECS enough for the travel grant. I am grateful that PRiME gave me the opportunity to present my research and build up connections with the community in my field. By providing me with the registration and membership, I have learned a lot, and am motivated more than before to do research and increase the quality of our lives by my contribution in science.”
– Rashin Basiri Namin, MS student in Chemical Engineering, University of New Brunswick
Watch more ECS travel grant recipients’ success stories.