Aug. 2020: Electrochemistry PDF - Calgary
The Birss group at the University of Calgary has an immediate opening for a PDF for a one year project in the area of electrochemistry, with a specific focus on binding of biological molecules to SAMs, surface electrochemistry, and use of these modified electrodes in sensor applications. Candidates who do not have a PhD, but who have the appropriate knowledge and background required for this position, will also be considered. If you are interested in this opportunity, please send your resume and cover letter to Dr. Viola Birss at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Annual General Meeting - July 7, 2020
This year's annual general meeting (AGM) will held by Zoom video conference at 1 PM EDT on July 7, 2020. All ECS Canada Section members are invited to attend. Advanced registration is required and can be done here.
A copy of the meeting agenda along with the minutes from the 2019 AGM can be found here.
I hope to see you all there.
- Brad Easton, Section Chair
2020 Spring 2020 Update from Section Chair
Due to the current situation around COVID-19 we have cancelled our Spring Meeting that was originally scheduled for May 29 in Winnipeg. We do plan on holding our annual general meeting (AGM) in virtual format sometime in June (exact date and time TBA). All section members (including student members) are welcome to attend. Further information will be posted when they become available.
Be safe and take care.
- Brad Easton, Section Chair
Section Award Winners
The ECS Canadian Section is proud to announce the winners of the following awards:
2019 Fall Symposium
The ECS Canadian Section Fall 2019 Meeting will be held at Queen's University on Thursday December 19, 2019. Further details concerning the location of the event, travel information, and registration can be found in the event program.
The topic of this year's meeting will be "Current Challenges and Recent Advances in Electrochemical Technologies for a Sustainable Society". The symposium will feature two keynote lectures and presentations from domestic and international researchers. Additional information can be found in the meeting program.
Abstract submission for the poster session now open. Anyone interested in presenting a poster should indicate this on their registration form, and submit an abstract using the provided template to Marina Tintor email@example.com by Saturday, December 14th. Information about the poster session and abstract submission is provided in the event program and the registration form.
All those interested in attending the symposium are asked to complete the registration form and submit it by email to Marina Tintor firstname.lastname@example.org. The registration fee is $135.60 ($120 + 13% HST) for regular attendees and $67.80 ($60 + 13% HST) for students and postdoctoral fellows. The registration is to be paid by cheque or money order payable to Department of Chemistry Queen’s University (upon arrival/registration). We ask that every attendee confirms their registration by Saturday, December 14th.
If you have any questions regarding the Symposium, please feel free to contact Eduardo B. Ferreira (email@example.com).
The Fall 2018 Meeting was held at the University of Quebec at Montreal on Saturday, November 10, 2018. The symposium featured a keynote lecture from from Professor Thomas Hamann from Michigan State University, along with a mix of invited lectures, and other oral presentations. A poster session was also held. The program is available here.
The spring 2018 was held on on Saturday, May 26 at the University of Alberta . The symposium featured a keynote lecture from Prof. Greg Swain (Michigan State) , along with a mix of invited lectures, and other oral presentations. A poster session was also held. The program is available here.
The Fall 2017 symposium was held on Saturday, November 4th, at Queen's University. The theme of the was "Materials for Renewable Electrochemical Energy Technologies". The symposium featured three keynote lectures and contributed presentations from many academic and industrial researchers. In addition, there were poster presentations from graduate students. The conference program can be downloaded here.
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.