The deadline to book discounted hotel rooms for the upcoming 241st ECS Meeting has been extended. Special rates for ECS attendees at the official meeting hotels are available to book until May 6, 2022, so make sure to reserve your rooms now!

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Apply today to serve as a Student Ambassador at the 241st ECS Meeting in Vancouver, BC, Canada, from May 29-June 2, 2022. Students who volunteer as ambassadors work closely with ECS staff and meet many fellow ECS members and meeting attendees.

Student Ambassadors receive:
  • 50 percent off the meeting registration fee;
  • Student Mixer ticket;
  • Members Reception ticket;
  • Complimentary ECS Student Membership for one (1) year;
  • Chic Student Ambassador (volunteer) t-shirt!

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to network and engage with meeting attendees, symposium organizers, and ECS staff! Multilingual speakers are highly encouraged to apply! (more…)

The ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology is publishing a focus issue in connection with the 241st ECS Meeting Carbon Nanostructures and Devices symposia.

The ECS Nanocarbon Division offers eight to 10 symposia covering different aspects of nanocarbon research in the Society’s spring meeting and a general nanocarbon symposium in the fall meeting. About 15-20 percent of the presented papers in the spring meeting are from symposia offered by the nanocarbon division. Researchers across the globe participate in these meetings.

This focus issue is intended to encourage the up-and-coming younger generation of scientists working on nanocarbons to participate in ECS Nanocarbon Division activities and publish their work in Society journals. This intended high-impact issue will provide up-to-date information on all areas of nanocarbon research. (more…)

The Electrochemical Society is excited to invite you to our on-site “Meet the Editor” event at the 241st ECS Meeting. Five esteemed editors of our family of journals will be at the ECS booth to connect with you; answer your questions on journal processes; and discuss editorial opportunities and the vision for ECS Publications growth. As you determine your personal meeting schedule, take this opportunity to connect directly with ECS Publications Editorial Team members! (more…)

Submission deadline: May 13, 2022

The 241st ECS Meeting in Vancouver, BC, Canada, is our first face-to-face meeting in two years. If you want to participate but missed the opportunity to submit your abstract, it’s not too late to join us!

Researchers can now submit a late poster presentation and attend the meeting in person—and upload their digital presentation files (video, and/or slide deck or poster) for on demand viewing.

Late presenters who cannot attend the meeting may participate by uploading their files (video, and/or slide deck or poster) for on demand viewing. (more…)

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The Journal of The Electrochemical Society is publishing a focus issue in connection with the 241st ECS Meeting Nucleation and Growth symposium.

This focus issue aims to capture the latest findings and insights related to phase transformation in electrochemical systems. Contributions for this cross-disciplinary pursuit are sought from researchers with diverse expertise and backgrounds reporting on the latest experimental and computational approaches to understanding nucleation and growth phenomena during electrodeposition and dissolution.

Modern imaging, scattering, and spectroscopy tools along with related methods are enhancing our understanding of phase transformations across a wide range of length scales. In the case of electrodeposition, nucleation and growth play a central role in applications ranging from microelectronics and MEMS to energy conversion and storage systems. This focus issue brings together researchers with diverse expertise and backgrounds to share new experimental and computational approaches to enable progress in the mechanistic understanding of nucleation and growth phenomena. Interest is focused on resolving and explaining the morphological, structural, and compositional evolution of electrode surfaces during electrodeposition. Understanding shape selection, stability criteria, and exploring engineering strategies aimed at specific technological ends are also of interest. (more…)

We are excited to announce that you can now register for the 241st ECS Meeting in Vancouver, BC, Canada! The meeting takes place from May 29-June 2, 2022, at the Vancouver Convention Center.

 

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Deadline: Monday, February 28, 2022

Are you an undergraduate, graduate student, postdoctoral researcher, young professional, or faculty member presenting a paper at the 241st ECS Meeting in Vancouver, BC, Canada, from May 29-June 2, 2022?

Need assistance covering travel costs to attend the meeting?

If the answer to these questions is yes, the Society can help. Don’t let insufficient funding stop you from attending and presenting your research at the 241st ECS Meeting. Many ECS divisions and sections offer travel grants for our biannual meetings. (more…)

Ardemis Boghossian, 2022 Nanocarbons Division SES Young Investigator Awardee

Ardemis Boghossian, 2022 Nanocarbons Division SES Young Investigator Awardee

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Symposium B02: Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology

Extended Deadline for Submitting Abstracts:
December 17, 2021

Symposium focus: Original papers are solicited on all aspects of biological, pharmaceutical, biotechnological, and medical applications of fullerenes, metallofullerenes, carbon nanotubes, graphene, and related nanocarbons. (more…)

Electrochemistry is the magic that binds together the many fields that excite Professor Bilge Yildiz, ECS Awarded Life Member and recipient of the 2012 ECS Charles W. Tobias Young Investigator Award—and invited speaker in the 241st ECS Meeting Symposium I05: Mechano-Electro-Chemical Coupling in Energy Related Materials and Devices 4. Prof. Yildiz was named a 2021 Fellow of the American Physical Society for “innovative contributions to understanding and manipulating ionic defects and charge transport at electro-chemo-mechanically coupled oxide interfaces and devices.” (more…)

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