Cummins Inc. announced that Hydrogenics Corporation is transitioning to the Cummins brand and will now be known as Cummins Inc. In September 2019, Cummins closed on the acquisition of Hydrogenics, a fuel cell and hydrogen production technologies provider. Hydrogenics has been an ECS Institutional Member since 2019. (more…)

SanDisk—an ECS Sustaining Level Institutional Member for six years—announced plans to change the name of its Japanese entity to Western Digital GK as of January 1, 2021.

Western Digital provides NAND flash memory, drive devices-SDD (Solid State Drive) and HDD (Hard Disk Drive) to retail consumers, enterprises, and large-scale data centers. The company delivers top-level total storage solutions, developing and mass-producing multiple products, including WD® and SanDisk® brands. As part of ongoing integration activity, Western Digital is renaming certain legacy entities to align with the Western Digital name. Products will continue to be marketed under the Western Digital®, G-Technology™, SanDisk® and WD® brands. (more…)

ECS encourages its institutional members to renew their memberships before the end of 2020 to ensure that their benefits and community support continue uninterrupted.

Members build their own benefit package

When you renew, you can adjust your package to meet your 2021 goals and objectives. The benefits menu includes:

  • Reduced pricing on print and digital advertising
  • Discounts on sponsoring and exhibiting at ECS biannual meetings
  • Access to the ECS Digital Library and member pricing
  • Admission to an elite network of corporate, academic, government, and national laboratory leaders

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At their next meeting, the ECS Board of Directors will vote on a proposal to change the name of the ECS Sponsorship Committee to the ECS Institutional Engagement Committee. The name change was proposed at a meeting during PRiME 2020.

 “We felt that the word ‘sponsorship’ did not clearly define the purpose of our committee. Our goal is to engage the broader electrochemical community. By defining our committee as the ECS Institutional Engagement Committee, we will reach both the academic and industrial members of our society,” said Committee Chair Marion Jones, of Scribner Associates, Inc.

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D.O.E. Highlights Faraday Technology

ECS congratulates Faraday Technology, an ECS Patron Level Institutional Member. The U.S. Department of Energy (D.O.E.) recently highlighted Faraday for developing an energy-efficient method for removing water from cellulosic nanomaterials (CNs). CNs have a unique combination of characteristics including high mechanical properties, sustainability, and large-scale production potential. Their material applications include as additives, self-sustaining structures, and template structures. By making CNs more economical to transport, the new FARADAYIC® ElectroDewatering process and associated FARADYIC® ElectroExtrusion apparatus make them more accessible for a broad spectrum of industrial applications. (more…)

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An ECS Institutional Membership admits organizations to an elite group of scientists, academics, and professionals. Join and open the door to a vast array of information, people, and breaking research in electrochemistry and solid state science and technology.

Learn how customizable benefits packages save your organization up to 25 percent on the ECS Institutional Membership Program.

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Join a Powerful Partnership!

An institutional membership with ECS admits your organization into an elite group of scientists, academics, and professionals. It gives your organization access to the vast arrays of information, people, and breaking research that ECS has to offer.

The ECS institutional membership program provides content access, member-related discounts, as well as advertising, exhibit, and sponsorship opportunities. (more…)

Organization Membership with ECS

ECS Institutional Members

The ECS Institutional Membership Program provides a number of benefits for electrochemical and solid state science organizations from around the world. Institutional members are able to choose the benefit options that best help meet their organizational goals such as employee development, marketing and outreach opportunities, access to the ECS digital library, and publishing content with ECS.

Institutional membership allows each organization to create a benefits package allowing a customized engagement experience throughout our program areas. Examples of interests for different organization types are: (more…)

For organizations interested in expanding their networks within corporate, academic, governmental, and scientific spheres, ECS offers an advantageous alternative to individual membershipECS logo

Institutional membership with ECS admits your organization into an elite group of scientists, academics, and professionals. It gives your organization access to the vast arrays of information, people, and breaking research that ECS has to offer.

Moreover, institutional membership secures your organization’s place within an ever expanding, collaborative network of innovative thinkers and member organizations.

Want to get a better sense of the scope of this growing network? Check out our list of current institutional ECS members!

To accommodate the varied needs of prospective institutional member organizations,  ECS offers five different levels of institutional membership. Each level has its own distinct set of benefits and discounts. Select the level of institutional membership which best suits your organization!

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ECS staff recently analyzed membership data to determine which organizations had the largest presence within the society. Here is what we discovered:


Argonne National Laboratory  (35)

1.)             Argonne National Laboratory (35)                           

∗Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (29)

 ∗ 2.)     Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory  (29)              Member Since: 2004

 

IBM Corporation (21)

∗ 3.)                  IBM Corporation (21)                                     Member Since: 1957

∗ 3.)            Industrie De Nora S.p.A. (21)                                  Member Since: 1983

Medtronic Inc. (21)

∗ 3.)                    Medtronic Inc. (21)                                         Member Since: 1980

Sandia National Laboratories (20)

6.)      Sandia National Laboratories (20)                                  Member Since: 1997

IMEC (17)

7.)                                   IMEC (17)                                           

Bio-Logic USA/Bio-Logic SAS (16)

∗ 8.)           Bio-Logic USA/Bio-Logic SAS (16)                           Member Since: 2008

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Toyota Research Institute of North America (15)

∗ 9.)    Toyota Research Institute of North America (15)         Member Since: 2008

Nissan Motor Co Ltd (15)

9.)              Nissan Motor Co Ltd. (15)                                   Member Since: 2007

National Renewable Energy Laboratory  (15)

9.)           National Renewable Energy Laboratory (15)            

Panasonic (15)

∗ 9.)                        Panasonic (15)                                             Member Since: 1994

9.)                      Paul Scherrer Institut (15)                              

∗The total amount of members can be found next to each organization’s name.
The names in green with an asterisk indicate organizations that have an institutional membership.

ECS is grateful for the continued support from each of these important partners, particularly those that have committed to an institutional membership. If your organization might be interested in an institutional membership, please review the options online or contact the ECS development office at development@electrochem.org.