The 2014 ECS and SMEQ (Sociedad Mexicana de Electroquímica) Joint International Meeting is being held Oct 5-9, 2014 in Cancun, Mexico.
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.
#3 – Career 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:
- Basic Impedance Spectroscopy – Mark E. Orazem, Instructor
- Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – Hubert Gasteiger and Thomas Schmidt, Instructors
- Fundamentals of Electrochemistry: Basic Theory and Kinetic Methods – Jamie Noël, Instructor
- Operation and Exploitation of Electrochemical Capacitor Technology – John R. Miller, Instructor
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.