The fall issue of Interface, our quarterly membership magazine, is the perfect opportunity to get your organization’s brand in front of over 6,000 electrochemistry and solid state scientists and engineers! This publication contains technical articles about the latest developments in the field and presents news and information about and for members of ECS. (more…)
ECS would like to congratulate the 2019 Outstanding Student Chapter winner, the University of Calgary for their dedication and commitment to the advancement of solid state and electrochemical science and technology.
The Outstanding Student Chapter Award was established in 2012 to recognize distinguished student chapters that demonstrate active participation in The Electrochemical Society’s technical activities, establish community and outreach activities in the areas of electrochemical and solid state science and engineering education, and create and maintain a robust membership base.
The University of Calgary has become one of ECS’s most exemplary chapters. The chapter will receive $1,000 for student chapter funding and a recognition plaque as well as recognition in Interface for their hard work. (more…)
- The American University of Cairo (Egypt)
- Xi’an Jiaotong University (China)
- Purdue University (US)
- Monterrey Student Chapter (Mexico)
- University of Southern California (US)
- Shanghai Jiao Tong University (China)
Congratulations to our newest student chapters!
Tony O’Rourke, Enago’s head of strategic alliances, explains the benefits of Enago’s editing services. (more…)
ECS will be exhibiting at the upcoming SLA 2019 Annual Conference in Cleveland, Ohio.
SLA 2019 Annual Conference
June 14–18, 2019
If you’re attending the conference, make sure to stop by Booth #225 to learn more about:
- ECS publications, the ECS Digital Library, and the Society’s subscription options.
- The benefits of ECS Plus, the Society’s read-and-publish subscription package.
- ECS’s Free the Science initiative, which aims to accelerate the Society’s transition to a platinum open access model.
See you there!
Established in 1993, the General Student Poster Session Awards acknowledge the eminence of a students’ work. The winners display an understanding of their research topic and its related fields of interests to ECS.
This year, at the 235th ECS Meeting in Dallas, TX, there were more than 260 students posters submitted to the Z01 General Student Poster Session. Of them, three student posters stood out above the rest. (more…)
The Organic and Biological Electrochemistry (OBE) Division offers travel grants to students presenting papers at ECS biannual meetings.
ECS and the OBE Division is proud to announce the 2019 recipients of the Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division Student Travel Grant: Mariana Vasquez, Duke University; Ksenia Pavlova, San Diego State University; Kody Wolfe, Vanderbilt University; Ana Flavia Petro, Indiana University; Lasangi Dhanapalamudiyanselage, University of Connecticut; Shaoyang Wang, Texas A&M University; and Nuttanit Pramounmat, Case Western Reserve University (not present in photo). Congratulations! (more…)
The exhibit floor for the upcoming fall ECS meeting is filling up quickly! Don’t miss the chance to exhibit at our 236th ECS Meeting in Atlanta, GA.
Our fall meeting will focus on long running symposia, new topics, and honoring a number of trailblazers in the field. This is a can’t miss event for electrochemists and solid state scientists, featuring symposia in the following areas:
You are all cordially invited to the third annual Oxford Electrochemical Society Student Chapter Symposium which will take place from 10 am to 5 pm on June 11, 2019, in the Harris Lecture Theatre, Oriel College. The keynote will be delivered by Saiful Islam, FRSC of the University of Bath.
We are looking for contributions from students or postdocs. If you want to give a short talk (15-20min) about your research sign up via the link below.
The symposium is free to attend, and breakfast and lunch will be provided! Come along to learn about ongoing research in different departments and network with other electrochemists! (more…)
Four years ago, artist Joseph Cohen held an art exhibit in New York City titled “Dasein.” His paintings at the time incorporated materials like gold, silver, platinum, diamond dust, as well as precious and nonprecious pigments.
This caught the eye of scientist Dan Heller, who had attended the event and was very intrigued by Cohen’s work. He told Cohen he had the eye for material science.
“Dan and I spoke at the exhibit. We talked about my process and how I think about the material as a means to more specifically address and understand the kind of human condition and the physical world. We found that this vision could be reflected nicely in some of the materials that he was utilizing in his lab,” says Cohen, who was invited by Heller to work with new materials at The Daniel Heller Lab. “That’s when I became aware that I could work at a more refined, molecular level. I studied and studied, and worked very closely with the people in his lab. I began to research carbon nanotubes and began working with them due to their unique optical and physical properties.” (more…)