2019 Submission Deadlines for Sections & Student Chapters
- Spring – January 16
- Summer – April 17
- Fall – July 17
- Winter – October 16
The Electrochemical Society launched the ECS Career Center in early 2019, a new career center that connects our constituency across all disciplines and career stages with employers offering career opportunities.
Powered by YourMembership, the leading provider of job websites and career centers for organizations that serve specialized members, the ECS Career Center is an innovative gateway that matches the right employers with the right student/professional talent to help keep organizations well-staffed, and professionals’ careers moving along a professional path that meets their goals. (more…)
Society members have shared that ECS is their professional home. It’s where they meet new colleagues and discover valuable peer collaborations. Membership in ECS is priceless!
The Society offers a number of membership opportunities for individuals – one of the most valuable is lifetime membership! Individuals can save over 30% when purchasing a lifetime membership.
Your lifetime membership in ECS connects you to a global network of scientists and engineers throughout industry, government, and academia. In addition, you receive the member’s only benefits package – complimentary access to the latest research (up to 100 free downloads), discounted meeting registrations, along with networking, continuing education, and many more opportunities.
Access member only benefits and demonstrate your commitment to advancing the science by contacting Shannon.Reed@electrochem.org for your lifetime membership quote.
(Note: Lifetime membership prices vary per person.)
The ECS Institutional Membership Program provides a number of benefits for electrochemical and solid state science organizations from around the world. Institutional members are able to choose the benefit options that best help meet their organizational goals such as employee development, marketing and outreach opportunities, access to the ECS digital library, and publishing content with ECS.
Institutional membership allows each organization to create a benefits package allowing a customized engagement experience throughout our program areas. Examples of interests for different organization types are: (more…)
At AiMES 2018 in Cancun, Mexico, there were more than 80 students posters submitted to the Z01 General Student Poster Session.
The general student poster session was held on Tuesday night, October 2, 2018. This session draws a number of participants at each meeting as awards are given to the best posters. Awards recognize the student’s knowledge and understanding of their research; and the research’s relationship to fields of interest to ECS.
The recipients of the best poster awards for AiMES 2018 are: (more…)
ECS now supports 81 student chapters! The student chapter program helps students collaborate on their campus and promote electrochemical and solid state science throughout their communities.
ECS would like to congratulate Johan Scheers of the Volvo Group for winning first place in the August 2018 Refer a Friend Contest! Scheers receives a complimentary meeting registration to a 2019 ECS biannual meeting of his choice.
The second place recipient, Anatolie Carcea from the University of Toronto, receives a complimentary 5-year membership. Tatiana Lastovina from Southern Federal University in Russia, the third place winner, receives a complimentary 3-year membership.
Members were challenged to recruit new members to the Society throughout August; emails were sent each week to encourage these member-to-member recruitment efforts.
Scientists and engineers often find themselves trapped in a career that is far from fulfilling their dreams and aspirations. It is not for a lack of working hard. It is simply because they have not learned or (re)discovered the keys to build a very successful career.
Strategic Tools for a Successful Career, being offered at AiMES 2018, is filled with hands-on exercises. The participants will actively engage these essential principles.
By: Dennis W. Hess, Georgia Institute of Technology
Engineers and scientists typically work in teams whether employed in industry, government, academia, or national laboratories. In these teams, a leader is appointed who is responsible for ensuring collaboration, synergy, effectiveness, and efficiency when addressing problems and performing research, development, or manufacturing functions.
Volunteer for six hours at the AiMES 2018 Meeting and receive 50% off your meeting registration, (1) ticket to the Student Mixer, (1) ticket to the Cena Baile and (1) free year of student membership! Don’t forget you get a cool volunteer shirt too!
As a student volunteer, you will work closely with the ECS staff and meet your fellow ECS members and meeting attendees.
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!