Proceedings from the 237th ECS Meeting with the 18th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS 2020) now are available for preorder. ECS Transactions volume 97, issues 1-6, now are available for purchase through April 6, 2020.

ECS members are eligible for a 20% discount on orders!

Be sure to order early to guarantee your copy. For more information, visit www.electrochem.org/ecst.

Early Registration is Now Open

The 237th ECS Meeting with IMCS 2020 will offer five days of learning, technical presentations, business development, and networking opportunities for scientists, engineers, and industry leaders.

With a technical program of 2,900 presentations, including over 640 IMCS 2020 abstracts, short courses, professional development workshops, and a bustling exhibit floor, the meeting has something to offer everyone. Peruse the full Call for Papers and also visit the ECS Blog to check out topic close-ups for select symposia. (more…)

Student Travel Grants are due February 10!

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 and will be on display at the Z01 General Student Poster Session! 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…)

237th ECS Meeting Travel Grants

Application deadline is February 10, 2020!

237th ECS Meeting, May 10–14, 2020
Montréal, Canada

The 237th ECS Meeting is co-located with the 18th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS 2020), in Montréal, Canada, from May 10–14, 2020. The deadline to submit travel grant applications is February 10, 2020.

Many ECS divisions and sections offer travel grants to undergraduates, graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and young professionals and faculty presenting papers at ECS biannual meetings. See who is offering ECS division and section travel grants—and their specific requirements.

Student/postdoc and young professional/early career electrochemists who submitted abstracts for the 237th ECS Meeting are encouraged to apply for travel grants. Review the application requirements for your particular division or section, then contact travelgrant@electrochem.org with any questions or concerns.

Apply now so we see you in Montréal in May!

NOTE: Applicants may only apply for a travel grant from one division.

New deadline for submitting abstracts:
Monday, December 2, 2019
Submit today!

 

Review the full Call for Papers and also visit the ECS blog to check out topic close-ups for select symposia. No abstracts will be accepted after the extended date.

The 237th ECS Meeting with the 18th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS 2020) takes place in Montréal, Canada, from May 10-14, 2020.

We hope to see you in Montréal!

Deadline for submitting abstracts
December 2, 2019
Submit today!

Topic Close-up #7

Symposium B02: Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology

Symposium focus:

Nanocarbons have unique electronic, optical, and structural properties that enable new applications in biology and medicine. These may include but are not limited to assays, imaging tools, sensors, and therapeutics. The session covers areas including the development of new materials, characterization, uses/demonstration of pharmacology or effects in vitro and in vivo, plant biology applications, and clinical uses.

Nanocarbons Division SES Research Young Investigator Awardee and Keynote Speaker: Prof. Markita Landry, Assistant Professor, University of California at Berkeley

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Where is ECS in 2020?

In 2020, ECS biannual and PRiME meetings take place in Montréal, Canada, and Honolulu, Hawaii. ECS will have a booth at PITTCON, NACE, ACS, IMLB, AIChE, and MRS meetings. Check out meeting dates and locations below. More information is available below by clicking on the meeting names.

Stop by the ECS booth on the exhibit floor to engage and discover more about the programs and services available to you. Representatives from ECS staff will be available at various times to answer your questions.

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Congratulations to Siegfried R. Waldvogel who received the 2020 ECS Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division Manuel M. Baizer Award in recognition of his significant contributions to the field of organic electrochemistry. The award is sponsored by The Electrosynthesis Company, Inc. and Monsanto Company. A symposium and reception in his honor will be held at the 237th ECS Meeting with IMCS 2020.

Siegfried R. Waldvogel

Waldvogel received his PhD in 1996 from the University of Bochum/Max-Planck-Institute for Coal Research. After postdoctoral research at the Scripps Research Institute, he worked at the University of Münster, then as professor of organic chemistry at the University of Bonn. Waldvogel became a full professor in 2010 at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz. He has recently been named the director of the Gutenberg University Forschungskollegs.

Deadline for submitting abstracts
December 2, 2019
Submit today!

Topic Close-up #5

Symposium D01: Dielectrics for Nanosystems 8: Materials Science, Processing, Reliability, and Manufacturing

Symposium focus:

The eighth edition of the Dielectrics for Nanosystems symposium, sponsored by the Dielectric Science and Technology Division, will be held at the 237th ECS meeting. The symposium, which started at the 206th ECS Meeting in Hawaii in 2004, is being held after a gap of four years. It will outline the role of dielectrics in research areas of advanced nanosystems involving electronic, optical, magnetic, mechanical, biological, and chemical systems, including sensing devices and energy sources. (more…)

Deadline for submitting abstracts
December 2, 2019
Submit today!

Topic Close-up #6

Symposium L05: Composite Electrodes

Symposium focus: Multicomponent composite electrodes are an essential feature of a variety of electrochemical devices such as batteries, fuel cells, supercapacitors, and hybrid systems, and their proper design is key to ensuring that optimum kinetics and mass transport are achieved during operation. Several phases must meet in these composite systems, such as a gas diffusion electrode of a polymer electrolyte fuel cell, for the electrochemistry to take place, which requires the combination of good materials selection and processing protocols. (more…)

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