ECS Twin Cities Section Presents Advances in Electrochemistry Symposium

April 17 event focuses on “Professional Paths to Becoming an Electrochemist”

Join the ECS Twin Cities Section for the Advances in Electrochemistry Symposium on April 17, 2023, in Minneapolis, MN. The event includes a dinner speaker, electrochemistry panel, and student poster session. The topic of the Electrochemist Lightning Round Panel is “Professional Paths to Becoming an Electrochemist.”

Students are invited to attend and meet regional industrial chemists, technology start-ups, and academics. Submit abstracts for consideration in the Poster Session. Students whose posters are accepted participate in the event for free.

Submit your abstract

To attend and present a poster, submit your name, title, and abstract
Poster abstracts submission deadline: March 31!

Event Details

SPEAKER: Dr. Vincent Chevrier
Chief Technical Officer
Trion Energy Solutions Corp.

PRESENTATION: Li-Ion Batteries: Taking Over the World

DATE: April 17, 2023

1101 Washington Avenue South,
Minneapolis, MN 55415-2300 

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1630h CST* – Poster Setup
1700h – Dinner with Speaker
1800h – Electrochemist Lightning Round Panel, “Professional Paths to Becoming an Electrochemist”
1830h – Poster Session 
1930h – Adjourn

* Central Standard Time (GMT-6)


To attend and present a poster, submit your Name, Title, and Abstract by March 31, 2023, to The following topics are considered:

  • Batteries


  • Corrosion


  • Fuel cells


  • Catalysis


  • Energy research
  • Bioelectrochemistry
  • Sensor displays
  • Electrochemistry of new materials


$50* for attendees NOT presenting posters
FREE for participants selected to present posters
ECS membership is not required.

* Fees raised support dinners for students presenting posters and an ECS Twin Cities Section Travel Grant.

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