Amy C. Marschilok, Ph.D.
Co-Director, Institute for Electrochemically Stored Energy
Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry
Adjunct Faculty, Materials Science and Chemical Engineering
Stony Brook University, U.S.

Energy Storage Division Manager and Scientist, Interdisciplinary Science Department
Brookhaven National Laboratory, U.S.

Date: August 25, 2021
Time: 1300h EDT
Sponsor: Hiden Analytical

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The ECS Pacific Northwest Section hosted Dr. Dong Ding’s live online webinar, “Electrochemical processing at intermediate temperatures (400-600°C),” on June 24, 2021. Answers to questions posed during the presentation follow.

Dr. Dong DingDr. Dong Ding is a senior staff researcher at Idaho National Laboratory (INL), where he leads a group of researchers in electrochemical processing and electrocatalysis for clean energy storage and conversion. He is a principal investigator for multiple projects including direct funded and Laboratory Directed Research & Development. Dr. Ding is also an adjunct professor in the departments of Chemical & Materials Engineering at New Mexico State University and University of Idaho. He received his PhD in Material Science and Engineering at the University of Science & Technology of China and was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of West Virginia and National Energy Technology Laboratory (2009-2010), and at the Georgia Institute of Technology (2010-2014). He has 89 peer-reviewed publications and holds three U.S. patents and 11 patent applications. (more…)

Presented by Kelsey A. Stoerzinger on July 26

Kelsey A. Stoerzinger
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering
Oregon State University
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Date: July 26, 2021
Time: 1000h PT
Price: There is no cost to register for this event.

The webinar is open to the public; ECS membership is not required.
You must pre-register through ECS My Account.
Don’t have one? It’s easy to create–visit Create an Account now.

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Chockkalingam (Chock) Karuppaiah
Founder and Chairman, Vetri Labs, U.S.
Chief Technology Officer, Ohmium, U.S.

Date: July 14, 2021
Time: 1300h ET
Sponsor: Gamry Instruments & Hiden Analytical

Be it improving energy density or cycle life or reducing cost, understanding the failure modes of batteries in a non-destructive mode is critical during the design, product development, and manufacturing of lithium ion batteries. Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) provides the ability to access and decouple the failure modes based on the processes’ time scale. Analysis of recorded EIS can be done either through phenomenological modelling or equivalent circuit modelling, with each having its own pros and cons.

This webinar reviews the basics of applying EIS for understanding the phenomena in lithium ion batteries, the experimental details and protocols, and the types of models with a few case studies. (more…)

Presented by Dr. Dong Ding on June 24

Dr. Dong Ding
“Electrochemical processing at intermediate temperatures (400-600°C)”
Senior Staff Engineer in Energy and Environment Science and Technology
Idaho National Laboratory

Date
Thursday, June 24, 2021

Time
1000h PT

Price                                 
There is no cost to register for this event.

Pre-registration is required through ECS My Account.
Don’t have one? It’s easy to create–visit Create an Account now.

ECS membership is not required to participate.

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Don’t miss the last webinar of CorroZoom Season 1: Molecular Modeling of Corrosion Inhibitors

Time and Date: June 9, 2021 at 0800h EST
Registration is free
Presenter:
Anton Kokalj
Department of Physical and Organic Chemistry
Jožef Stefan Institute
Ljubljana, Slovenia

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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The Electrochemical Society hosted Prof. Jill Venton’s live webinar, “Novel Carbon Electrodes for Neurochemistry,” on May 26, 2021. Below are answers to questions posed after the presentation.

NOTE: Registration is required to view the webinar.

Dr. B. Jill VentonDr. B. Jill Venton is Professor and Chair of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Virginia (UVA), U.S. She is also affiliated with the Neuroscience Graduate Program and UVA Brain Institute. Dr. Venton received her BS in Chemistry from the University of Delaware, U.S.; her PhD in Chemistry from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, U.S.; and did postdoctoral research at the University of Michigan, U.S. Her career at UVA started in 2005 and she became Chair of the Department of Chemistry in 2019. The Venton Group’s research focuses on developing analytical chemistry tools for neuroscience research. The lab studies many neuroscience diseases, from Parkinson’s, to addiction, stroke, and aging.

Q&A

Is it a normal practice to have widely different concentrations of analyte while comparing their CVs? (more…)

Jill Venton
Professor and Chair
Department of Chemistry
University of Virginia, U.S.

Date: May 26, 2021
Time: 1300h EDT

This webinar discusses the latest strategies in making customized carbon electrodes for neurotransmitter detection. Various carbon nanomaterials are reviewed, including carbon nanotube yarns and carbon nanospikes. In addition, we examine how 3D printing can be used to make small, custom geometry carbon electrodes.

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Register now for the virtual workshop on May 25-26, 2021

Keynote speakers

Freeman A. Hrabowski, III
President
University of Maryland, Baltimore County, U.S.

Geraldine (Geri) Richmond
Presidential Chair in Science and Professor of Chemistry
University of Oregon, U.S.

Date

Tuesday, May 25-Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Webinar is open to the public

Information and registration
Agenda

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Battery

Register for the May 20 event!

Marca Doeff
Senior Scientist
Division Deputy Director of the Energy Storage and Distributed Resources Division
Member, Energy Storage Group
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Date
Thursday, May 20, 2021 (more…)

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