2019 Submission Deadlines for Sections & Student Chapters
- Spring – January 16
- Summer – April 17
- Fall – July 17
- Winter – October 16
David Cliffel and Thomas Fuller, Technical Editors,
Minhua Shao, Guest Editor
invite you to submit to the
Journal of The Electrochemical Society
Focus Issue on:
Electrocatalysis — In Honor of Radoslav Adzic
Submission Deadline | August 1, 2018
Radoslav Adzic, a senior scientist emeritus at the Brookhaven National Laboratory, has made numerous important contributions to the community of electrocatalysis since the 1960s. This focus issue of the Journal of The Electrochemical Society is organized to celebrate Dr. Adzic’s great achievements. Contributions are solicited for all aspects of electrocatalysis. The following areas are of particular interest:
Calling all ECS members! Has your section or student chapter achieved something momentous in recent months, or will it do so before mid-October? Tell us about it and you just might see your submission published. ECS wants to highlight YOUR news in the Winter 2016 edition of Interface!
ECS takes pride in its members and is consistently honored to call attention to their accomplishments and share their stories. Please do not hesitate to inform us of noteworthy events or developments in your section or student chapter. We want to recognize your successes!
Please note: While Interface actively encourages submissions of news from sections and thus places few restrictions upon them, certain guidelines must be adhered to in preparing submissions.
The following guidelines were constructed by Petr Vanýsek, the Co-Editor of Interface.
Interface encourages submissions of news from student groups. Therefore, we try to keep the “rules” to a minimum. However, some guidance will help in preparing the material.
Timeliness: Interface is published every three month, therefore a report on something that happened no more than 6 months makes sense. Waiting more than six months will make it “old news.”
Details: Be specific. If you describe an activity, state Where, When, Who. Give the names of the speakers and other actors in the story. Double check the spelling of the names, both persons and places. Consider, whether someone may prefer to be referred to (in a publication) by Ms., Dr. of Prof., instead of a first name.
Formatting: Do not format your documents, except for paragraphs and italics, etc., if you need them. The text will be reformatted anyway. If you are submitting your newsletter, it is better to remove the layout. And please, do not embed pictures in the text. Give only the picture caption and send the pictures separately as individual files.
Photographs: They are fairly easy to take with modern electronics and we like contributions with pictures. They tell a better story.