2017 Fall Meeting at Queens
Our Fall 2017 Symposium will be held on Saturday Nov. 4, 2017 at Queen's University.
Stay tuned for more details.
Section Award Winners
The ECS Canadain Section is proud to announce the winners of the following awards
The winners will each present an award lectures at the Fall 2017 section meeting.
Our next meeting is scheduled for Saturday Nov. 4, 2017 at Queen's University. The meeting is being organized by Prof. Jerkiewicz.
The Conference Program is now available.
The Canadian Section of the Electrochemical Society held its Fall Symposium at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) on November 12, 2016. The meeting was organized by Prof. Brad Easton and Dr. Mohammadreza Ghavidel. The symposium theme was “Interdisciplinary Electrochemistry” and attracted more than 75 attendees (including academic researchers, graduate students, and industry members). The symposium was comprised of morning and afternoon sessions, a poster session, followed by a wine and cheese reception. Prof. Janine Mauzeroll (McGill University) delivered the keynote presentation, titled “Redox triggered vesicles: A promising approach for drug delivery”. Twelve other invited speakers presented lectures throughout the day. The poster session was followed by a wine and cheese reception where three student poster awards were presented to: Nakkiran Arulmozhi (First Place, Queens University), Matthew Genovese (Second Place, University of Toronto), Jeffrey Henderson (Third Place, Western University).
A selection of photos from the meeting can be viewed here.
The Canadian Section of the Electrochemical Society held its Spring Symposium at Saint Mary's University. The meeting was organized by Profs. Christa Brosseau and Heather Andreas (Dalhousie). The symposium was dedicated to the memory of the late Prof. Sharon Roscoe, a long-time member of the ECS and a preeminent Nova Scotian electrochemist. The meeting theme was "Electrochemistry at the Interface" and featured a keynote lecture from Dr. Mark Orazem (U. Florida).
We are a network of electrochemical researchers in Canada. This group operates as a section within the main Electrochemical Society organization. We hold semi-annual symposiums and also support electrochemical researchers and students throughout Canada.