SElectrochem 2019: A Full-Day Event for Young Researchers in South-East UK!

The ECS Imperial College London Student Chapter is co-organizing SElectrochem 2019: chance to meet bright young researchers in the electrochemistry field!

On September 19, 2019, young researchers in the field of electrochemistry (including batteries, fuel cells, catalysis, and corrosion) will gather at Imperial College London for a one-day event to share ideas, present work, and form new collaborations. There will be four sessions of oral presentations, poster sessions during lunchtime, and a prize ceremony with a drinks reception at the end of the day.

Talks with a twist! The student chapter is inviting two-minute “quick-fire” presentations with an accompanying poster, giving early career researchers a great way to introduce their work, inspire others, and encourage interest and collaborations. Prizes are lined up for the best presenters, generously supported by our sponsors that include the Royal Society of Chemistry, The Electrochemical Society, the Faraday Institution, Energy Futures Lab, Metrohm, and Alvatek.

The student chapter is happy to announce keynote talks from leading academics and industry representatives:

• Mary Ryan (Imperial College London)
• Andrea Russel (University of Southampton)
• Paul Shearing (University College London)
• Anthony Kucernak (Imperial College London)
• Chris Zalitis (Johnson Matthey)

Call for abstracts

Poster presentations are welcomed, complemented by short, two-minute “quick-fire” talks to attract the audience to visit your poster during the poster session. Talks can be accompanied by powerpoint presentation (max. 1 slide).

Abstracts of around 250 words (figures can be included) should be submitted to by August 30.

Registration to the event is open until September 6. The attendance fee is £10 and includes coffee breaks, lunch, and drinks.

Detailed information on the event, including tickets is available via:


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