Nomination deadline is February 1, 2021.

Nominations for the prestigious honor of Fellow of The Electrochemical Society are now being accepted.  The award was established in 1989 to recognize advanced individual technological contributions in the field of electrochemical and solid state science and technology—and active membership and involvement in Society affairs. Each year, ECS inducts a maximum of fifteen distinguished members to hold the title of Fellow. (more…)

Application Deadline: April 15, 2021

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2022 Vittorio de Nora Award.  The Vittorio de Nora Award was established in 1971 to recognize distinguished contributions to the field of electrochemical engineering and technology. Learn more!

The award consists of a gold medal and a plaque that contains a bronze replica thereof, both bearing the recipient’s name; a $7,500 prize; complimentary meeting registration for the award recipient and companion; a dinner held in the recipient’s honor during the designated meeting; and Society Life Membership. The winner will be invited to deliver the de Nora award address (on a subject related to his/her contributions to the field) at the meeting where the prize is awarded. (more…)

Nomination Opens September 15, 2020

Presented: Fall meeting 2021
Recipient qualifications

Young students entering the science field take on a significant amount of new material and learning in the classroom—but that doesn’t mean we can’t learn just as much from them, too! ECS student chapters, created and run by students, inspire us every day. Their remarkable accomplishments and contributions to the Society help guide and encourage the talented scientists and engineers around them while contributing to the future and growth of the sciences. (more…)

Nomination DeadlineOctober 1, 2020

The ECS Olin Palladium Award was established in 1950 to recognize distinguished contributions to the field of electrochemical or corrosion science. Past recipients of the ECS Olin Palladium Award are among the most distinguished leaders of the electrochemistry field, including 2019 Chemistry Nobel Laureate, John Goodenough.

The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the fundamental understanding of all types of electrochemical and corrosion phenomena and processes. The recipient does not need to be a member of The Electrochemical Society. There are no restrictions or reservations regarding age, sex, race, citizenship, or place of origin or residence. (more…)

Deadline: October 1, 2020

The Carl Wagner Memorial Award was established in 1980 to recognize mid-career achievement, excellence in research areas of interest to the Society, and significant contributions in the teaching or guidance of students or colleagues in education, industry, or government.

The award consists of a silver medal and a corresponding wall plaque; $7,500 (USD); complimentary meeting registration for the award recipient and companion; a dinner held in the recipient’s honor during the designated meeting: and Society Life Membership. The next Wagner Award will be recognized at the 239th ECS Meeting in Chicago, Illinois, in October 2021. There the recipient will deliver a general address on a subject related to the contributions for which the award is being presented. (more…)

Nomination Deadline: September 1, 2020

You are invited to nominate qualified candidates for the India Section S.K. Rangarajan Graduate Student Award

Established in 2017, the award assists a deserving student in India pursue a career in disciplines related to electrochemistry and solid state science and technology. The award honors Sarukkai Krishnamachari “SKR” Rangarajan (1932 – 2008) for his dedication and contributions to electrochemical science and technology. (more…)

ECS seeks candidates to fill the position of editor of ECS Transactions beginning January 1, 2021. As the Society is focused on providing programs and services to support the research community—and advancing theory and practice at the forefront of electrochemical and solid state science and technology, and allied subjects—the new editor will play a role in developing ways to improve the publication and capture content related to ECS meetings.

About ECS’s Conference Proceedings

ECS Transactions (ECST) is the official conference proceedings publication of The Electrochemical Society. It features full-text content of proceedings from ECS meetings and ECS-sponsored meetings. ECST is a high-quality venue for authors and an excellent resource for researchers. The papers appearing in ECST are reviewed to ensure that submissions meet generally-accepted scientific standards. (more…)

Corrosion Divison

The ECS Corrosion Division is currently accepting nominations for the following two awards:

Corrosion Division Morris Cohen Graduate Student Award: established in 1991 to recognize and reward outstanding graduate research in the field of corrosion science and/or engineering. The award consists of a framed scroll and $1,000 prize. The award, for outstanding Masters or PhD work, is open to graduate students who have successfully completed all the requirements for their degrees as testified to by the student’s advisor, within a period of two years prior to the nomination submission deadline. (more…)

Nomination deadline: August 1, 2020

You are invited to nominate qualified candidate(s) for the ECS Electronics and Photonics Division Award.

The Electronics and Photonics Division (EPD) Award was established in 1969 to encourage excellence in electronics research and outstanding technical contribution to the field of electronics science. The award recognizes authors who have made noteworthy scientific contributions and enhanced the scientific stature of the Society by the presentation of well-received papers in ECS journals and at Society meetings. (more…)

Nominate Experts for New Study

A research strategy for ocean carbon dioxide removal and sequestration

This summer, you may find yourself on the shore’s edge admiring the vastness and beauty of the ocean. There’s a lot going on in there! According to The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, the ocean covers about 70% of the Earth’s surface and buffers a large fraction of anthropogenic CO2 emissions—removing roughly 55% of emitted CO2 naturally. BUT, it may be possible to enhance both the uptake and longer-term sequestration potential of these processes. The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is looking to do just that and are currently soliciting nominations for individuals to serve on the Committee on A Research Strategy for Ocean Carbon Dioxide Removal and Sequestration. (more…)

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