244th ECS Meeting DEVguide is Live!

The Electrochemical Society’s Digital Exhibitor & Vendor Guide (DEVguide) is now available.

Today and tomorrow’s top electrochemists, solid state science engineers, scientists, and industry leaders search here.

Review the latest electrochemistry and solid state science products in real time. DEVguide is designed for ease of navigation on any platform, making user experience highly positive. (more…)

Congratulations to Sang Cheol Kim and John Petrovick

Sang Cheol Kim of Stanford University has been awarded the 2023 ECS San Francisco Section Daniel Cubicciotti Student Award. John Petrovick of KTH Kungliga Tekniska högskolan has been awarded the Honorable Mention.


The 244th ECS Meeting Exhibit Hall in Gothenburg, Sweden, is sold out. ECS can no longer accept names for the waitlist.

A total of 52 exhibitors covering 55 booths will be present at the meeting, displaying the greatest innovations in the industry, including cutting-edge instruments, materials, systems, publications, and software, as well as other products and services. Don’t miss this great opportunity to network—or discover the strategies and best offerings of the industry’s top brands.

Review the list of 244th ECS Meeting exhibitors.


The Journal of The Electrochemical Society is publishing a collection of papers on trends and biohybrid approaches in microbial electrochemical systems.

The issue focuses on the most recent approaches utilized to develop microbial electrochemical systems, from the use of porous biocompatible, bio-derived electrodes, to the implementation of novel redox mediation approaches and the engineering of the biocatalysts. Innovative application of microbial electrochemical systems is of interest for the special issue, such as the application for self-powered biosensing, bioelectrosynthesis, and biosolar cells.

Papers presenting novel techniques for the study and characterization of microbial electrochemical systems are also welcome. (more…)

Picture: Interface, v. 32(1), Spring 2023

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Symposium: Z05—Materials, Devices, and Systems for Neuromorphic Computing and Artificial Intelligence Hardware

Deadline for submitting abstracts:
December 1, 2023
Submit today!


ECS Celebrates 2023 Peer Review Week

Peer Review Week 2023Announcing the Top Peer Reviewer Recognition Program

“The engagement, commitment, and delivery of strong manuscript submissions peer review reports has significantly impacted The Electrochemical Society (ECS)’s ability to maintain a standard of excellence and rigor in the publication of its scholarly journals. ECS holds its peer reviewers in high regard and wishes to recognize those peer reviewers who represent the standard of excellence that ECS has carried throughout its 120+ year history.”

Adrian Plummer, Director of Publications, The Electrochemical Society


Please join ECS in celebrating our China: Top Cited Paper Awards winning authors.

Our publishing partner, IOP, presents these awards to papers in the top one percent (1%) of the most-cited articles recently published in IOP journals with corresponding authors based in China. The top cited papers are identified based on data from Clarivate’s Web of Science during the period of 2020 to 2022.

We congratulate all the China: Top Cited Paper Awards authors on their outstanding achievements and are proud to amplify their work within the scholarly record.


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Malgorzata Norek

Malgorzata Norek

Małgorzata Norek
Associate Professor
Military University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland

Date: October 4, 2023
Time: 1000–1100h ET
Sponsors: BioLogic

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E. Jennings (EJ) Taylor

E. Jennings (EJ) Taylor

The Journal of The Electrochemical Society is publishing a focus issue in connection with the Pulse and Reverse Pulse Electrolytic Processes 4: In Honor of EJ Taylor symposium at the 244th ECS Meeting.

This focus issue is in honor of Dr. E. Jennings (EJ) Taylor, a pioneer in the development of industrial applications of electrochemical deposition, surface finishing, and conversion technologies. Dr. Taylor has made significant contributions to the development and commercialization of industrial electrolytic processes, with a specific focus on pulse and pulse reverse electrolytic processes used to enhance a variety of electrochemical processes, coupled with the design and development of scalable, modular apparatus. Dr. Taylor founded Faraday Technology, Inc. in 1991, with a mission to change the focus of electrochemical technologies from the art of complex chemistries to the science of pulse and pulse reverse electric fields. He has been a leader in research into surface finishing technologies, including electrodeposition and electropolishing, as well as the development of electrochemical conversion, recycling, and decarbonization technologies. Dr. Taylor has received awards including the 2013 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge award for electrodeposition of chrome coatings for wear applications, 2011 R&D 100 award for electrodeposition of Co-Mn alloy coating for solid oxide fuel cells as part of a team with DOE NETL, and 2007 Blum Scientific Achievement award of the National Association of Surface Finishers. (more…)

David Theuerkauf

David Theuerkauf

Register for David Theuerkauf’s September 20 seminar

The ECS Detroit Section invites you to an in-person seminar with David Theuerkauf, Technical Sales Specialist, AVL North America, at 1800h on September 20, 2023, at Mercedes-Benz R&D North America.


In constructed lithium ion batteries, only voltage, current, and temperature can be measured. This leads to difficulty making in situ analysis of electrochemical properties. Measuring and sourcing current at a high level of quality, 0.005% of full scale range, is considered ultra-high precision coulometry. Analysis of ultra-high precision coulometry metrics can be made by running cells at a slow 16-hour charge and discharge rate, with stable environmental control. These metrics can be used to compare degradation rates and anticipated rollover failure, quickly compare different potential chemistries or electrolytes, or detect lithium plating. (more…)

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