We are pleased to announce the winners of 244th ECS Meeting symposia-funded best-presentation awards!

Thanks to our individual symposium sponsors’ generous funding, best poster and presentation awards are presented at every meeting. Please take a moment to celebrate the excellent work of the following authors! (more…)

Interested in electronics and photonics? Check out these exciting symposia focused exclusively on the topics, taking place at the 245th ECS Meeting in San Francisco, CA, from May 26-31, 2024. Submit an abstract and join us!

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Abstract deadline: December 1, 2023


244th Z01 General Student Poster Session Award Winners

244th Z01 General Student Poster Session Award Winners (from left to right): Gianmarco Gabrieli, Amina Lahrichi, and Ho Lun Chan. Photo courtesy of Marie Ullnert, Happy Visuals

Congratulations to Gianmarco Gabrieli, Amina Lahrichi, and Ho Lun Chan, winners of the 244th ECS Meeting Z01 General Student Poster Session Awards. Over 169 posters were submitted! Please take a moment to celebrate all the Z01 participants’ excellent work!

Z01 General Student Poster Session awards

Join us in congratulating this meeting’s winners: (more…)

Photo: Marie Ullnert, Happy Visuals

ECS members mingled, networked, and enjoyed appetizers and an open bar at the sold-out Members Reception at the 244th ECS Meeting in Gothenburg, Sweden. 

An exciting part of the event was the announcement of the lucky ECS members who had won raffle prizes. The lucky winners are: 

5-night Hotel Stay, PRiME 2024
Serhiy Cherevko, Forschungszentrum Jülich Gmbh

Lifetime Membership
Thomas George, Harvard University

245th ECS Meeting Registration
Leah Rynearson, University of Rhode Island (more…)

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…)

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…)

244th ECS Meeting – It Could be Verse: An Evening of PoetryCall for Poems

Join us for an evening of international poetry at the Society’s fall meeting in Gothenburg, Sweden. The session is a showcase for ECS members’ and attendees’ wide variety of cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Intended to be fun, it will be very informal and amateur in nature!

“It Could be Verse” is a cultural entertainment event. Participants are invited to recite or read a poem, sing, play music or simply listen. Poems can be ancient or modern, well-known works by famous poets, more obscure poems, or personal compositions on any topic, in English or their native tongue, whichever is most comfortable. Poems do not need to be related in any way to science, although science-related poems are welcome. (more…)

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Apply today to serve as a Student Ambassador at the 244th ECS Meeting in Gothenburg, Sweden, from October 8-12, 2023. Students who volunteer as ambassadors work closely with ECS staff and meet many fellow ECS members and meeting attendees. (more…)

Join us at the 244th ECS Meeting in Gothenburg, Sweden, for our third Peer Review Excellence Workshop on Sunday, October 8, 2023, at 1300h CET. This hands-on interactive workshop is optional for registered in-person meeting attendees.


Submission deadline: September 22, 2023

The 244th ECS Meeting in Gothenburg, Sweden is our first European gathering in a decade! If you are interested in participating 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.

The submission site for late presentations opens on July 17. Be sure to submit your abstract before it closes on September 22, 2023. (more…)

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