Top 5 Reasons to Join Us in Cancun

Poster Session at Orlando

Poster session in Orlando at 2014 225th ECS meeting.

The 2014 ECS and SMEQ (Sociedad Mexicana de Electroquímica) Joint International Meeting is being held Oct 5-9, 2014 in Cancun, Mexico.

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Besides this being is an international conference about electrochemistry and solid state science and technology; and a major forum for the discussion of interdisciplinary research from around the world; and the poster sessions; and the exhibits; and meeting old friends and making new ones … here are five other reasons to attend (feel free to add your own in the comments section):

#5 – ECS Free the Science 5K Run on Wednesday, Oct 8. Can you out do Orlando 1st place finisher Matthew Thomas Lawder (14:12)?

#4 – As part of the career development series check out our Panel of Professionals on Monday, Oct 6 where you’ll hear guest speakers representing industry, academia, and government discussing how to get a first job and get a better job.

#3Career development workshops will have up-to-date information on enhancing career opportunities through résumé refinement and networking.

#2 – Sharpen your knowledge at one of four Short Courses offered Sunday, Oct 5:

And #1 reason to come to Cancun and the 2014 ECS and SMEQ Joint International Meeting is – The technical program with it’s 51 symposia and 2,299 papers being presented representing almost every ECS division.

PS: It’s Cancun my friends! And the registration fee covers an all-inclusive experience: luxurious accommodations, fine dining, delicious snacks, all top-shelf beverages, and 24-hour room service, sensational entertainment, wireless internet, taxes, gratuities, and more. Really. MORE. Click on and more.

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