ECS British Columbia Student Chapter hosts 10th Annual Young Electrochemists Symposium

Byron Gates and Jeff Warren lecture on July 23, 2021

The ECS British Columbia Student Chapter invites students, post-docs, professors, and anyone interested in electrochemistry, materials, or renewable energy, to our 10th Annual Young Electrochemists Symposium. This milestone meeting is online via Zoom due to the unprecedented nature of COVID-19. Hopefully, this is the last online meeting before we gather in person again. 


We hope to see you soon at our symposium,

ECS British Columbia Student Chapter

10th Annual Young Electrochemists Symposium

Hosted by the ECS British Columbia Student Chapter
Friday, July 23, 2021
0900h PT
Via Zoom 

Invited speakers
Dr. Byron Gates
Canada Research Chair, Tier II in Surface Chemistry (2005-2014)
Head, Centre for Soft Materials in 4D LABS
Simon Fraser University

Dr. Jeffrey J. Warren
Associate Professor
Simon Fraser University

Graduate student 3-minute thesis competition
1st prize: $100 gift card of your choice
2nd prize: $50 gift card of your choice
3rd Prize: $25 gift card of your choice
Audience choice: $25 gift card of your choice
Competition guidelines and submission

Symposium registration
Free and open to the public
ECS membership is not required


Benefits of attending the symposium

  • Network with chemists across Canada and around the world;
  • Discuss research;
  • Form collaborations.

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