AtlantaECS meetings are well known for their strength in areas such as batteries/energy storage, fuel cells/energy conversion, electrochemical engineering, semiconductors, sensors, corrosion, carbon nanostructures, and more. With a technical program of over 2,400 abstracts being presented in 52 symposia over 5 days, the 236th ECS Meeting in Atlanta, GA will also feature newer symposia such as: ionic liquids as reactive media for electrodeposition processes; reduction of CO2: from laboratory to industrial scale; sonoelectrochemistry; and electrochemistry in space.

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All about Atlanta

Of course, the technical program for the 236th ECS Meeting is one of the most comprehensive in the fields of electrochemistry and solid-state science, but you will also have many different ways to enjoy your downtime!

In Atlanta, fine dining, shopping, and a rich history combined with inspiration-inducing attractions offer a city with both Southern charm and world-class sophistication. It’s easy to see why Atlanta, Georgia is one of the most popular destinations in the Southeast to live in and to visit. Explore this list of 50 fun things to do in Atlanta and check out these must-see attractions that are guaranteed to make your trip a memorable one.

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Why attend?

Consider ECS the prologue to your success story. As the must-attend event for industry professionals from across the globe, our meetings will introduce you to the industry trends, insights, and players who can help you make major strides in your career. (more…)

Exhibit at the 236th ECS Meeting!

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:

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The submission deadline for the 236th ECS Meeting in Atlanta, GA is less than one month away! This is a can’t miss event for electrochemists and solid state scientists, featuring over 55 symposia in the following areas:

  • Batteries and Energy Storage
  • Carbon Nanostructures and Devices
  • Corrosion Science and Technology
  • Dielectric Science and Materials
  • Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition
  • Electrochemical Engineering
  • Electronic Materials and Processing
  • Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems
  • Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion
  • Luminescence and Display Materials, Devices, and Processing
  • Organic and Bioelectrochemistry
  • Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry
  • Sensors
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David Wood III, A04 symposium organizer.

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Topic Close-up #2

Symposium A04: Advanced Manufacturing Methods for Energy Storage Devices 2

Symposium Focus: The Advanced Manufacturing Methods for Energy Storage Devices 2 symposium will be held at the 236th ECS meeting in Atlanta, GA. It is the second installment of the series and was first held at the 232nd ECS meeting in fall 2017. The organizers are expecting up to three times as many presentations as the first installment, and there will be a variety of invited speakers from industry, universities, and government laboratories.

This symposium will cover energy efficient, high-speed, and smart manufacturing methods that are rapidly being developed for the production of advanced energy storage electrodes and full cells, including the integration of 3-D printing and additive manufacturing processes. Novel coating architectures are being designed that include patterned electrodes with 2-D and 3-D features, and electrode processing methodologies are being developed that significantly reduce or eliminate the amount of organic solvent, or completely eliminate the liquid phase altogether. Cell manufacturing methods and associated componentry are being researched that significantly reduce the mass of inactive material (binders, separators, current collectors, etc.). When combined, these technologies reduce both the operating and plant capital expenditures while simultaneously improving cell performance, energy density, and power density. (more…)

President Johna Leddy and Philippe Marcus

Johna Leddy (ECS president 2017-18) and Philippe Marcus, the 2017 Olin Palladium Award, in National Harbor.

Call for Nominations
Deadline: October 1, 2018

ECS understands the value of recognition. The Olin Palladium Award is part of ECS Honors & Awards Program, one that has recognized professional and volunteer achievement within our multidisciplinary sciences for decades.

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ECS Carl Wagner Memorial AwardCall for Nominations
Deadline: October 1, 2018

The Carl Wagner Memorial Award was established in 1980 to recognize mid-career achievement, excellence in research areas of interest of the Society, and significant contributions in the teaching or guidance of students or colleagues in education, industry, or government.

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