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231st ECS MEETING
May 28-June 1, 2017
Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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ECS Leadership
ECS Officers

ECS Staff

Krishnan Rajeshwar, President
Johna Leddy, Sr. Vice President
Yue Kuo, 2nd Vice President
Christina Bock, 3rd Vice President
James Fenton, Secretary
E. Jennings Taylor, Treasurer
Roque Calvo, Executive Director

ECS Board of Directors

Scott Calabrese Barton, Chair, Energy Technology Division
Mekki Bayachou, Chair, Organic & Bio. Electrochemistry Division
Christina Bock, 3rd Vice-President
Roque Calvo, Executive Director
James Fenton, Secretary
Turgut Gür, Chair, High Temperature Materials Division
Christopher Johnson, Chair, Battery Division
Pawel Kulesza, Chair, Physical & Analytical Electrochemistry Division
Yue Kuo, 2nd Vice President
Johna Leddy, Sr. Vice President
Yaw Obeng, Chair, Dielectric Science & Technology Division
Mark Overberg, Chair, Electronics & Photonics Division
Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy, Chair, Electrodeposition Division
Krishnan Rajeshwar, President
Madis Raukas, Chair, Luminescence & Display Materials Division
Douglas Riemer, Chair, Industrial & Electrochemical Engineering
Division
Slava Rotkin, Chair, Nanocarbons Division
Daniel Scherson, Past President
Stuart Swirson, Nonprofit Financial Professional
E. Jennings Taylor, Treasurer
Sannakaisa Virtanen, Chair, Corrosion Division
Eric Wachsman, Chair, Interdisciplinary Science & Technology
Subcommittee
Nianqiang Wu, Chair, Sensor Division

ECS Senior Management Staff

Roque Calvo, Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer
Tim Gamberzky, Chief Operating Officer
Mary Yess, Deputy Executive Director & Chief Content Officer

Dinia Agrawala, Graphic Designer/Interface Production Manager
Marcelle Austin, Board Relations Specialist
Linda Cannon, Staff Accountant
Karen Chmielewski, Finance Associate
Karla Cosgriff, Director of Development
Paul Cooper, Editorial Manager
Beth Craanen, Director of Publications
Casey Annunziata, Meetings Specialist
Delaney Hellman, Development Associate
Rob Gerth, Director of Marketing & Communications
Annie Goedkoop, Associate Director of Publications
Paul Grote, Director of Finance
Andrea Guenzel, Publications Specialist
Mary Hojlo, Membership & Constituent Services Specialist
John Lewis, Acting Director of Meetings and Corporate Programs
Ashley Moran, Corporate Programs Manager
Winnie Mutch, Web Manager
Anna Olsen, Senior Content Associate & Library Liaison
Shannon Reed, Director of Membership Services
Beth Schademann, Publications Specialist
Amanda Staller, Web Content Specialist
Logan Streu, Publications Discoverability Manager
Beth Anne Stuebe, Meetings Content Manager & Interface Managing
Editor

ECS Editors

Journal of The Electrochemical Society (JES)
Robert Savinell, Editor
Doron Aurbach, Technical Editor
David Cliffel, Technical Editor
Gerald S. Frankel, Technical Editor
Thomas F. Fuller, Technical Editor
Charles L. Hussey, Technical Editor
Janine Mauzeroll, Technical Editor
Rangachary Mukundan, Technical Editor
Venkat Subramanian, Technical Editor
ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology (JSS)
Dennis Hess, Editor
Jennifer A. Bardwell, Technical Editor
Stefan De Gendt, Technical Editor
Francis D’Souza, Technical Editor
Kailash C. Mishra, Technical Editor
Fan Ren, Technical Editor
Interface
Vijay Ramani, Co-Editor
Petr Vanýsek, Co-Editor
ECS Transactions (ECST)
Jeffrey W. Fergus, Editor

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231st ECS MEETING

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ECS Welcomes You to New Orleans

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elcome to New Orleans, Louisiana! On behalf of the Board of Directors, volunteer leadership, and staff
of ECS, it is my pleasure to welcome you to “The Big Easy” for the 231st ECS Meeting. This meeting
also marks an important anniversary: 115 years ago in Philadelphia the Society was founded to advance the
growing field of electrochemistry. Now over a century later, our multidisciplinary fields are still growing and even more
important to our future.
With the meeting being held at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside, attendees can easily access and explore the French
Quarter, Canal Street, the Garden District, and so much more that NOLA has to offer. We hope your time in New Orleans
will give you an opportunity to network with colleagues, discuss important research, and discover new opportunities for
collaboration. Please join us for the Sunday Evening Get Together in the St. James Ballroom to kick off this exciting
week.
You certainly won’t want to miss the Plenary Session on Monday, May 29 in the St. Charles Ballroom, where
we’ll welcome all attendees and wrap up the first full meeting day with The ECS Lecture, “A Risk Look at Energy
Krishnan Rajeshwar Development” by Way Kuo. Be sure to also catch the award winning talks by Society award recipients, Doron Aurbach
ECS President
and Paul Kohl (receiving the Allen J. Bard Award in Electrochemical Science and the Gordon E. Moore Medal for
Outstanding Achievement in Solid State Science and Technology, respectively), as well as the many ECS division
award winners, in various symposia throughout the week.
In addition to over 2,000 technical presentations, we encourage you to take advantage of our educational short courses, which are being
offered on Sunday, May 28. Students and young professionals should also attend our free professional development workshops that will be held
during the week. Here, you can gain essential information on enhancing career opportunities, resume building, and networking.
Of course, don’t forget to visit the Exhibit Hall in the Grand Ballroom to explore our exciting lineup of industry leading exhibitors and mingle
with colleagues. Our poster sessions in the Grand Ballroom on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings will have over 350 presentations, which you
can browse at your leisure. You should also stop by the ECS Booth to learn more about our programs and Free the Science, our initiative that
aims to make our research freely available to anyone, anywhere to advance our sciences and solve problems for humanity.
Finally, make sure to download the “ECS Mobile” app on your iPhone or Android device, where you’ll be able to access the ECS Meeting
Scheduler. If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to stop by the registration counters on the first floor for further assistance.
We thank you again for your continued support of ECS!

Program Guide
Author Index............................................................................................170
Awards, Division........................................................................................ 19
Awards, Society......................................................................................... 19
Committee and Board Meetings........................................................... 17
Companion Registrant Program.............................................................. 2
Division Events.......................................................................................... 17
ECS Committees and Subcommittees................................................. 32
ECS Division Officers.............................................................................. 29
ECS Editorial Boards................................................................................ 28
ECS Officers and Staff.................................................. inside front cover
ECS Sections.............................................................................................. 29
ECS Student Chapters............................................................................. 30
ECS Transactions (ECST) for New Orleans........................................... 40
Events-at-a-Glance.................................................................................... 16
Exhibitors.................................................................................................... 22
General Meeting Information................................................................... 2
Get to Know ECS....................................................................................... 3
Highlighted Events.................................................................................... 12
Hotel Floor Plans.....................................................................................6-8

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Information for Presenters....................................................................... 4
Institutional Members.............................................................................. 41
Local Area Map.................................................................................... 10-11
Meeting Abstracts....................................................................................... 3
Meeting App................................................................................................. 2
Message from the President..................................................................... 1
Panel of Professionals ............................................................................. 12
Plenary Session.......................................................................................... 18
Poster Session Information....................................................................... 4
Professional Development Workshops................................................ 12
Registration Information........................................................................... 2
Section Events............................................................................................ 17
Sessions-at-a-Glance................................................................................. 52
Short Courses........................................................................................... 13
Sponsors..................................................................................................... 26
Symposium Sponsors............................................................................... 27
Symposium Topics..................................................................................... 34
Technical Program..................................................................................... 64
Ticketed Events......................................................................................... 17
Wireless Network...................................................................................... 3

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Meeting Registration

Things to Know

First Floor Registration Counters
Saturday.......................................................................... 1600-1900h
Sunday............................................................................ 0700-1900h
Monday........................................................................... 0700-1900h
Tuesday........................................................................... 0700-1730h
Wednesday...................................................................... 0800-1600h
Thursday......................................................................... 0800-1200h

ADA Accessibility
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with a disability will be handled on an individual basis.
Contact the meeting headquarters today if you will need assistance by
emailing meetings@electrochem.org

Speaker Indemnification
The ideas and opinions expressed in the technical sessions, conferences,
and any handout materials provided are those of the presenter. They are
not those of ECS, nor can any endorsement by ECS be claimed.
Photography and Recording
Photography and Recording
is Not Permitted in Technical Sessions

Who must pay the registration fee?
All meeting participants, including invited speakers, are required to
pay the appropriate registration fees. Individuals participating in short
courses along with the meeting are required to register for both events.
Travel Companions/Nontechnical Registrants
Travel companions of attendees are invited to register for the meeting as
a nontechnical registrant. The nontechnical registrant fee of $60 includes
admission to non-ticketed social events and a special “Welcome to
New Orleans” gift packet, along with food and drink vouchers for the
meeting venues.
Lost Badge or Ticket
There will be a $30 charge for reprinting lost badges or tickets.
Admittance will not be granted to ticketed events without an actual
ticket. Tickets must be reprinted at registration during scheduled hours
and cannot be reprinted at the event itself.
Short Course Registration*
Three short courses are being offered on Sunday, May 28th from 0900h
to 1630h. Pre-registration for short courses is required—the deadline
was May 1, 2017; however, if you are interested in registering for a short
course please visit the registration counters to see if space is available.
Course Only Regular Fees

Course Regular Fees
(Price discounted with the purchase
of a meeting registration)

*All prices are in U.S. Dollars.

Financial Assistance
Financial assistance is limited and generally governed by the symposium
organizers. Contact your symposium organizers to see if funding is
available. Individuals requiring an official letter of invitation should
write to the meeting headquarters office; such letters will not imply any
financial responsibilities of ECS.
Letters of Attendance
Individuals requiring an official letter of attendance should visit the
“Letters of Attendance” self-help computer in the registration area or
see a meeting representative.
Need an Invoice?
Your registration information and invoice are now available to you 24
hours a day, 7 days a week from your own computer.
Go to www.electrochem.org to log into your account to access this
information today.

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Ticketed Event Fees*
On Site Fees
Student Mixer (Member)...........................................................$5.00
Student Mixer (Nonmember)...................................................$15.00
Annual Society Business Luncheon.........................................$75.00
Ticketed Luncheons.................................................................$75.00

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Member.............................$525.00........................................$450.00
Nonmember.......................$650.00........................................$575.00
Student Member................$262.50........................................$187.50
Student Nonmember.........$325.00........................................$250.00

By attending the ECS meeting, you agree that you
will not record any technical session activity, without
the express written consent of ECS. If you violate this
policy you will be removed from the meeting and your
registration will be revoked without the possibility of
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Registration Fees*
On Site Registration Fees
Member..................................................................................$805.00
Nonmember............................................................................$995.00
Student Member.....................................................................$475.00
Student Nonmember..............................................................$525.00
One Day Member...................................................................$640.00
One Day Nonmember............................................................$770.00
Emeritus & Honorary Member..................................................$0.00
Nontechnical Registrant...........................................................$60.00

Permissions Granted to ECS
ECS reserves the right to electronically record any or all meeting-related
events. By registering for and/or attending an ECS meeting you are
granting ECS permission to use any recording or photography made of
you at any meeting event or anywhere within the meeting venue.

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Get to Know ECS

Meeting Tips and Tools

The ECS Exhibit Booth
Stop by the ECS Booth on the exhibit floor in the Grand Ballroom to
engage and discover more about the programs and services available
to you. Representatives from publications, membership, meetings, and
development will be available at various times to answer your questions.

Technology at Your Fingertips
ECS is pleased to provide a complimentary wireless network and
meeting scheduling app for use here in New Orleans!

Learn more about:
• Free the Science initiative
• Individual and institutional membership
• How to publish with us and why publish open access
• Upcoming biannual and sponsored meetings
• Exhibit, sponsorship, and advertising opportunities
• Subscribing to the ECS Digital Library
• Awards, education programs, and much more
Special raffles will take place throughout the week.
Publish with ECS Following Your Presentation
Consider submitting your work for publication with ECS after the
biannual meeting. Content of proceedings from this meeting is
published in ECS Transactions (ECST). Papers appearing in ECST
are reviewed to ensure that submissions meet generally-accepted
scientific standards. The submission deadline for the 231st ECS
Meeting “standard” issues is June 11, 2017.
ECS also offers continuous publication in two journals, Journal
of The Electrochemical Society and the ECS Journal of Solid State
Science and Technology, while maintaining the highest standards
of peer review. ECS grants authors the choice to publish their
research as open access (OA), and many are able to do so for FREE
through ECS membership or through the ECS Plus subscription
program! To learn more, visit www.electrochem.org/oa or contact
oa@electrochem.org for questions.

WiFi
Name: freethescience
Password: openaccess
Meeting App
Visit www.electrochem.org/231 and download the app to put the
technical program and personal meeting scheduler on your mobile
device. Browse, add, and sync sessions, events, and presentations to
create your own custom itinerary!
Stay Connected to Your Community
Connect, share, and discover through ECS’s social media pages. Stay
informed with the latest news in the world of electrochemistry and
solid state science, and interface with a like-minded community.
Nine Tools for a Successful Meeting Experience
• Access all of the meeting abstracts online at
www.electrochem.org/231
• Become familiar with the Hilton New Orleans Riverside layout
by using the maps on pages 6-8.
• Download the personal meeting scheduler at
www.electrochem.org/231.
• Please turn off cell phones during presentations.
• Become a Member! Stop by customer service at the
registration counter for more information.
• Visit the exhibit hall in the Grand Ballroom to network and
learn more about the latest innovations in the industry.
• Stop by the ECS Booth in the Grand Ballroom to learn all
about ECS.
• Attend the ECS Publications Author Information Session on
Tuesday at 1700 in Chequers.
• Tell us about your experience by completing the post
conference survey we will send via email.
Go Green
• Access the meeting program online rather than taking a printed
copy at registration.
• Bring your own reusable container for coffee and water
throughout the week.
• Turn off the lights and unplug the portable device chargers in
your room when leaving for the day.
• Explore the downtown area by foot, check out the local area
map on pages 10-11.
• Recycle your plastic name badge holder in the appropriate bins
at the registration area.
• Download the ECS Mobile App to put ECS publication and
meeting content at your fingertips!

Wifi

Meeting Abstracts
Always right at hand—and as always, FREE with registration.
Registrants may easily access all abstracts via the meeting scheduler
or may download them from the New Orleans meeting website. Wifi
will be available to download abstracts onsite. Paper editions of
meeting abstracts are not distributed; attendees who require paper
should download abstracts and print them in advance of the meeting.

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General Meeting Information

General Information

General Meeting Information

General Information
Information for Presenters
Oral presentations must be in English. Laptop computers and
projectors will be available in each symposium room for oral
presentations, and presenting authors MUST bring their presentation
on a USB flash drive to be used with the dedicated laptop. Speakers
requiring special equipment must have made written request to ECS
headquarters (meetings@electrochem.org) prior to the meeting; no
special requests will be handled onsite. There is no speaker ready
room. Make sure to arrive to your session room early and introduce
yourself to the session Chairs.
Poster presentations must be in English, and correspond to the
abstract number and assigned date of presentation as detailed in
the final program. Your display should fit on one upright panel as
per the below dimensions. Present displayed information from
left to right, starting at the top left of the panel. The paper title,
number, names, and affiliations of all authors MUST be at the top
of the display. Authors should minimize written text but use it when
necessary to emphasize essential data and/or to stimulate discussion.
Commercial advertisements or publicity will NOT be permitted in
poster presentations. Authors violating this regulation will be asked
to remove their presentations immediately.

You may mount your poster
only on your assigned day.
Tuesday.......................................................1300-1600h
Wednesday..................................................0900-1400h

Recommended Dimensions:
• Board: approximately 3 feet 10 inches high by 3 feet 10 inches
wide (1.17 meters high by 1.17 meters wide)
• Print size for the title is approximately 1” to 2” (2.5 cm to
5 cm) high.
• Written text and charts should be large enough to read from a
distance of 5’ (1.5 m)
• Matted and finished photographs are recommended to enhance
visibility.
• You may bring smaller copies of your poster (8.5×11 or A4
sizes only) for attendees to take away. Bring a clear folder to
put them in and pin it the board with your display.
No posters will be displayed without author participation, NO
EXCEPTIONS WILL BE GRANTED. Any posters unclaimed at
the end of the night will be discarded. Do not begin setting up your
poster until all the poster boards have been numbered. Pushpins
and/or thumbtacks will be supplied. Authors are responsible for the
security of their displays and all items of value; ECS will not assume
any responsibility for lost, stolen, or broken articles. Additional
information or special requirements should have been addressed to
the individual symposium organizers prior to the meeting.
The Student Poster Session will be held as a part of the Tuesday
General Poster Session and Technical Exhibit. Students may set up
their presentations from 1300-1600h; judging of the posters will
begin at 1700h and formal presentations will begin at 1800h. Winners
will be announced and awards will be presented on Wednesday in the
General Poster Session, 1800-2000h.

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Key Locations in the Hilton New Orleans Riverside
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Local Area Information
Number Key

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Apres Lounge
608 Fulton St.
New Orleans , LA 70130
(504) 610-2480

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Barcadia Bar & Grill
601 Tchoupitoulas Street
Suite #100
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 335-1740

3

The Besh Steakhouse at Harrah's New
Orleans Casino
4 Canal St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 533-6111

4

Bon Ton Cafe
401 Magazine St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 524-3386

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Cafe Adelaide & the Swizzle Stick Bar
300 Poydras St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 595-3305

6

Carmo
527 Julia St.
New Orleans , LA 70130
(504) 875-4132

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Chophouse New Orleans
322 Magazine St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 522-7902

8

Paddlewheeler Creole Queen
Spanish Plaza Wharf
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 529-4567

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The District Lounge
711 Tchoupitoulas Street
Unit #500
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 301-1476

10 El Gato Negro

11 Emeril's Restaurant

12 Fulton Alley

13 Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant

14 Grand Isle Restaurant

15 The Grill Room

16 Harrah's New Orleans Casino

17 Legacy Kitchen

18 Louisiana Children's Museum

200 Poydras St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 552-2739

8 Canal St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 533-6000

800 Tchoupitoulas St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 528-9393

575 Convention Center Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 520-8530

700 Tchoupitoulas St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 837-3382

19 Lucy's Retired Surfers Bar & Restaurant 20 Manning's - Eat Drink Cheer
701 Tchoupitoulas St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 523-8995

519 Fulton St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 593-8118

600 Fulton Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 208-5569

300 Gravier Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 522-1992

420 Julia St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 266-2417

21 Meril

424 Girod St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 524-4241

22 Morton's The Steakhouse

23 Mother's Restaurant/ Mother's Next Door 24 Mulate's - The Original Cajun

25 New Orleans Artworks at the New

26 The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk

27 Peche Seafood Grill

28 Republic New Orleans

29 Restaurant August

30 Rock-n-Sake of New Orleans

31 Ruth's Chris Steak House

32 The Shops at Canal Place

33 St. James Cheese Company

One Canal Pl.
365 Canal St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 566-0221

Orleans Glassworks & Printmaking
Studio
727 Magazine St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 529-7279
828 S. Peters St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 528-8282

525 Fulton St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 587-7099

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34 Tomas Bistro

755 Tchoupitoulas Street
New Orleans, LA 70130

401 Poydras St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 523-2917

500 Port of New Orleans Pl.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 522-1555

301 Tchoupitoulas St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 299-9777

333 Canal St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 522-9200

35 Tommy's Cuisine

746 Tchoupitoulas St.
New Orleans, LA 70130

Local Area Information

800 S. Peters St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 309-8864

Restaurant
201 Julia St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 522-1492

800 Magazine St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 522-1744

823 Fulton St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 581-7253

641 Tchoupitoulas St.
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 304-1485

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Highlighted Events
Highlighted Events
Technical Exhibition
Grand Ballroom
Tuesday....................................................... 1300-1600h
1800-2000h
Wednesday.................................................. 0900-1400h
1800-2000h
Thursday..................................................... 0900-1200h
Take time to explore exhibits from the leading vendors in the
electrochemical and solid state science fields. Make sure to also stop
by the exhibit hall for Poster Sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings, and the morning coffee breaks on Wednesday and Thursday.
Student and General Poster Sessions
Grand Ballroom
Tuesday....................................................... 1800-2000h
Wednesday.................................................. 1800-2000h
With hundreds of posters to explore, you don’t want to miss a single
minute of these sessions. Grab a drink, wander the aisles, review the
presentations, talk to the authors, share some laughs…these sessions
are a great way to end the day!
Sunday Evening Get Together
St. James Ballroom
Sunday........................................................ 1900-2100h
All attendees are welcome to attend this event and kick start the week
with drinks, tasty desserts, and ample time to mingle.
Student Mixer
St. James Ballroom
Monday....................................................... 1830-2030h

Highlighted Events

Interested in networking with other students and early career
professionals? Then this event is a must as a student attendee. There
will be light food and refreshments for your enjoyment. If you
have not already purchased your ticket, visit customer service at
registration.
Annual Society Business Luncheon
St. James Ballroom
Tuesday....................................................... 1215-1400h
Join us as we celebrate the many successes of 2016 and look forward
to an even brighter future! If you have not already purchased your
ticket, visit customer service at registration.
ECS Publications – Author Information Session
Chequers
Tuesday....................................................... 1700-1800h
Are you new to publishing with ECS and have questions?
ECS has the answers! Join ECS Publications as we present insight to:
• Opportunities available for publishing with ECS –
Meeting Abstracts, ECS Transactions, ECS Journals,
Monographs Series.
• Understanding the journals continuous publication model
and types of articles published by ECS.
• How to publish open access and how ECS’s Free the
Science initiative supports open access for authors.
• Where your content is accessible after publication.
Unable to attend? Stop by the ECS Booth to connect with ECS
Publications staff.
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Session Chair and Symposium Organizer Breakfast
Grand Salon A - Section 3
Monday....................................................... 0700-0800h
The success of the meeting is very much due to the hard work of
the Session Chairs, Symposium Organizers, and Division Members.
All are encouraged to attend this orientation to ensure they are
best prepared for their roles in the meeting, and to learn helpful
information about future meetings.
Honorary Receptions
Come raise a salute in honor of these outstanding scientists, teachers,
and friends.
Reception in Honor of Drs. Lessard, Fry, and Peters
Camp
Tuesday....................................................... 1800-2030h
Reception in Honor of H. Russell Kunz
Jackson
Tuesday....................................................... 1830-2030h
Professional Development Workshops
Get a head start on landing your next job with the ECS Professional
Development Workshops! As a new or mid-career professional, the
job search process requires effective networking, developing and
submitting specifically targeted résumés and cover letters, locating
relevant job opportunities and preparing for and participating in the
job interview.
ECS also offers one-on-one sessions with an industry leader and
expert on résumé development once you’ve participated in our initial
workshop. You will walk away with a résumé that is sure to land you
your next interview!
Professional development workshops are offered to provide
attendees with an opportunity to enhance networking and career
search skills. Individuals are required to attend the Essential
Elements for Employment Success workshop in order to schedule a
one-on-one résumé review.
The workshops are free to all meeting registrants!
Workshop 1: Essential Elements for Employment Success
Grand Salon B - Section 7
Sunday ....................................................... 1200-1400h
Sunday........................................................ 1400-1600h
Workshop 2: Résumé Review*
Warwick
Monday....................................................... 1000-1400h
Tuesday....................................................... 1000-1400h
*Attendance for this workshop requires attendance at Workshop 1:
Essential Elements for Employment Success.
Panel of Professionals
Are you unsure of what career options are available in electrochemistry
and solid state science and technology? Then this session is for you.
Join us for a panel discussion where professionals from industry,
academia (large research & small teaching), and government will
discuss the unique opportunities and challenges of pursuing a career
in their chosen field.
Attendees will have the opportunity to speak with each professional
through small breakout groups following the panel.
Students and early-career professionals are strongly encouraged
to attend.
Panel of Professionals
Chequers
Wednesday.................................................... 1400-1500
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Highlighted Events
Short Courses
ECS sponsors day-long short courses in conjunction with the biannual Society meetings. Courses range in topics across technical interest areas.
Short course participation does require registration to be completed before each biannual meeting. Students are offered a 50% discount on short
course registration.
Technical Leadership and Decision Making
Location: Grand Salon A - Section 3
Instructor: Dennis Hess
Exceptional performance in a technical job and career requires detailed
knowledge of the fundamentals of the specific field and related areas,
and the ability to apply that knowledge to solve problems. This is a
necessary but not sufficient condition for career success. Less than
50% of an engineer’s time in any technical position will generally
be spent on science- or engineering-focused tasks. This percentage
decreases with increased responsibility level and experience; in
management positions, less than 20% is typical. Much of the dayto-day time invested by practicing engineers involves interactions
with other individuals and groups of individuals within or outside
the organization, where directions, goals, and performance are
discussed. It is therefore critical to develop leadership and decisionmaking skills, to communicate decisions and implications clearly,
and to ensure that these tasks are performed in a professional manner.
Despite the essential nature of these skills to career success, little
emphasis is afforded them in technical core or even elective courses.
This course will address technical leadership and decision-making
approaches and the closely-related characteristics of ethics and
professionalism that promote success in scientific and engineering
organizations and careers. Attendees will be presented with “tools”
that enhance their leadership abilities and that can be marketed via
résumés and job interviews.

This course covers the basic theory and application of electrochemical
science. It is targeted toward people with a physical sciences or
engineering background who have not been trained as electrochemists,
but who want to add electrochemical methods to their repertoire of
research approaches. There are many fields in which researchers
originally approach their work from another discipline but then
discover that it would be advantageous to understand and use some
electrochemical methods to complement the work that they are doing.
The course begins with a general, basic foundation of
electrochemistry and uses it to develop the theory and experimental
approaches to electrochemical problems of a thermodynamic nature.
It complements a sister course, “Fundamentals of Electrochemistry:
Basic Theory and Kinetic Methods”, offered alternately by the
same instructor. The two courses have different emphasis, and each
is designed to be a stand-alone introduction to electrochemical
fundamentals. If both courses are desired, they can be taken in either
order.
About the Instructor
Dr. Jamie Noël is an electrochemist and corrosion scientist. He
obtained his BSc (1987) and MSc (1990) degrees from the University
of Guelph under supervision of Dr. Jacek Lipkowski. He then worked
on corrosion issues in the nuclear industry while employed by Ontario
Hydro Research and later Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. Concurrent
with his work at AECL, he earned his PhD (2000) through the
University of Manitoba with David Shoesmith.
Dr. Noël joined the University of Western Ontario in London,
Canada in 1998 as a research scientist and adjunct professor in the
Department of Chemistry. He assists professors David Shoesmith
and Clara Wren in training and directing students, carrying out
fundamental and applied electrochemistry research projects, and
teaching electrochemistry at the graduate level.
He uses electrochemical and other surface analytical techniques to
study the corrosion of nuclear reactor components and nuclear waste
management systems materials, including carbon steel, titanium,
zirconium, copper, nickel alloys, cobalt alloys, and the uranium
dioxide fuel itself. He continues to refine techniques that combine
electrochemical measurements with neutron-based materials science
techniques.
Dr. Noël won the Lash Miller Award of the ECS Canada Section in
2003. He is an active participant in public science outreach activities,
developing and presenting chemistry demonstrations for potential
young scientists from preschool to high school ages. He has authored
over 65 journal articles, 45 conference proceedings papers, 2 book
chapters, and 15 company reports
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Get involved in your Society!

ECS Annual Business Meeting and Luncheon
231st ECS Meeting in New Orleans
Tuesday, May 30
All members should attend!
Purchase tickets when you register
Early bird: $55 Regular: $65 On-site: $75
www.electrochem.org/231

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About the Instructor
Professor Dennis Hessʼs research interests are in thin film science and
technology, surface and interface modification and characterization,
microelectronics processing and electronic materials. His group
focuses on the establishment of fundamental structure-property
relationships and their connection to chemical process sequences
used in the fabrication of novel films, electronic materials, devices,
and nanostructures. Control of the surface properties of materials
such as dielectrics, semiconductors, metals, and paper or paper board
by film deposition or surface modification allows the design of such
surfaces for a variety of applications in microelectronics, packaging,
sensors, biomedical testing, and microfluidics. He has published
more than 240 papers in archival journals and given more than 250
invited talks at conferences, universities, and industrial firms.

Fundamentals of Electrochemistry:
Basic Theory and Thermodynamic Methods
Location: Grand Salon A - Section 4
Instructor: Jamie Noël

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Short Courses
(continued from previous page)

Imaging, Modeling, and Simulation of Li-Ion Battery
Microstructures in 2D, 3D, and 4D
Location: Grand Salon A - Section 6
Instructor: Jeff Gelb and Steve Harris
The use of microscopy to characterize Li-ion batteries (and fuel cells)
has grown immensely in recent years. Coupled with advancements in
modeling and simulation techniques, this approach offers a unique
perspective on Li-ion battery cell design, operational characteristics,
and establishes the linkage between performance and microstructure.
Based on the work from Bruggeman and others, many historical
models have centered around assumptions of microstructure ideality,
such as spherical geometries of electrode particles, geometric isotropy
of fluid- and pore-transport pathways (e.g., porosity, tortuosity, and
constrictivity), and uniformity of binder distribution. By employing
various imaging techniques, recent results have demonstrated that
these assumptions are far from accurate, and that discrepancies
from ideality can have profound effects on battery performance
and durability. With the advent of modern 3D imaging techniques,
such as X-ray microscopy (XRM) and focused ion beam coupled
scanning-electron microscopy (FIB-SEM), the past decade has
witnessed a startling increase in the numbers of publications related
to microstructure characterization and the supportive modeling
techniques.
Attendees to this short course will leave with a solid foundation in
microstructure characterization, with a general understanding of each
modality that has shown significant utility for battery imaging. They
will also understand what software tools exist in support of these
efforts and various lighthouse facilities with access to the complete
suites of available tools. The aim of the course is to be educational,
informative, and engaging, with discussions planned amongst the
attendees and organizers regarding unique opportunities that may
exist for applying the techniques introduced.

About the Instructors
Jeff Gelb graduated from UC Santa Barbara in 2005 and is a senior
applications engineer in the materials science sector at ZEISS. Over
the past decade, he has been intimately involved in the integration
of X-ray imaging technology into advanced microscopy laboratories
worldwide and has been collaborating in electrochemical research
fields spanning solid oxide fuel cells, polymer electrolyte fuel cells,
and Li-ion batteries since 2009. Gelb is currently focused on exploring
multi-scale correlative microscopy, developing workflows to link
together optical-, electron-, and X-ray techniques for material science
applications. His current materials research projects are focused on
understanding Li-ion battery microstructures, linking together multiscale imaging and computational modeling & simulation techniques.
Steve Harris  received a BA in Chemistry from UCLA in 1971
and a PhD from Harvard in physical chemistry in 1975. After a
Miller Fellowship at Berkeley, he began his career at General Motor
Research Labs. Apart from a nine year stint at the Ford Scientific
Research Labs (1998-2007), Steve worked at GM until 2012, when
he was awarded a Miller Visiting Professorship in the Berkeley
Chemistry Department. Since then he has worked in the Materials
Science Division at Lawrence Berkeley Lab.
Harris’s work has ranged widely, including combustion chemistry,
development of CVD films, aerosol dynamics modeling, and fracture
mechanics in cast aluminum. When he returned to GM he started
work on Li-ion batteries, focusing on demonstrating the existence
of heterogeneities in batteries and their effects on ion transport,
durability, and energy density.

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Events-at-a-Glance
Sunday, May 28

0700-1900h ���������������Meeting Registration is open, First Floor Registration Counters
0800-0900h ���������������Short Course Breakfast (registration for courses required), Grand Salon B – Section 9
0800h ���������������Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 62 for details)
0900-1630h ���������������Short Courses (registration required; see page 13 for locations)
1200-1400h ���������������Professional Development Workshop: Essential Elements for Employment Success, Grand Salon B - Section 7
1400-1600h ���������������Professional Development Workshop: Essential Elements for Employment Success, Grand Salon B - Section 7
1900-2100h ���������������Sunday Evening Get Together, St. James Ballroom

Monday, May 29

0700-1900h ���������������Meeting Registration is open, First Floor Registration Counters
0700-0800h ���������������Session Chair and Symposium Organizer Orientation Breakfast, Grand Salon A - Section 3
0800h ���������������Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 67 for details)
0800-0840h ���������������Allen J. Bard Award in Electrochemical Science Address, Grand Salon C - Section 15
0840-0930h ���������������Electronics and Photonics Division Award Address, Churchill C2
0930-1000h ���������������Technical Session Coffee Break, Chemin Royale
1000-1400h ���������������Professional Development Workshop: Resume Review, Warwick
1140-1220h ���������������Energy Technology Division Graduate Student Award sponsored by Bio-Logic Address, Grand Salon B - Section 9
1215-1400h ���������������Metrohm Lunch & Learn (ticket required), Fulton
1400-1440h ���������������Dielectric Science and Technology Division Thomas D. Callinan Award Address, Norwich
1400-1440h ���������������Energy Technology Division Graduate Student Award Address, sponsored by Bio-Logic, Grand Salon B - Section 7
1400-1440h ���������������Nanocarbons Division Richard E. Smalley Research Award Address, Churchill A1
1700-1800h ���������������Plenary Session, St. Charles Ballroom
1830-2030h ���������������Student Mixer (ticket required), St. James Ballroom

Tuesday, May 30

0700-1730h ���������������Meeting Registration is open, First Floor Registration Counters
0800h ���������������Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 86 for details)
0700-0800h ���������������PAR/Solartron Breakfast (ticket required), Canal
0800-0840h ���������������Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Student Achievement Award Address,
Marlborough A
0930-1000h ���������������Technical Session Coffee Break, Chemin Royale
1000-1020h ���������������ECS Toyota Young Investigator Fellowship Address, Grand Salon C, Section 18
1000-1040h ��������������Gordon E. Moore Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Solid State Science and Technology Address, Churchill B2
1000-1400h ���������������Professional Development Workshop: Resume Review, Warwick
1215-1400h ���������������Annual Society Business Meeting and Luncheon (ticket required), St. James Ballroom
1300-1600h ���������������Come visit our Exhibitors!, Grand Ballroom
1300-1600h ���������������Poster Set-up Period - Tuesday Evening Posters, Grand Ballroom
1410-1450h ���������������Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division David S. Grahame Award Address, Grand Salon D - Section 19
1700-1800h ���������������ECS Publications - Author Information Session, Chequers
1800-2000h ���������������Technical Exhibit open, General and Student Poster Session, Grand Ballroom
1800-2030h ���������������Reception in Honor of Drs. Lessard, Fry, and Peters (ticket required), Camp
1830-2030h ���������������Reception in Honor of H. Russell Kunz, Jackson
1930-2130h ���������������Nanocarbons Division Reception (ticket required), Fulton

Wednesday, May 31

Featured Events

0800-1600h ���������������Meeting Registration is open, First Floor Registration Counters
0800h ���������������Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 123 for details)
0800-0840h ���������������Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division H. H. Dow Memorial Student Achievement
Award Address, Grand Salon C - Section 15
0900-1400h ���������������Come visit our Exhibitors!, Grand Ballroom
0900-1400h ���������������Poster Set-up Period - Wednesday Evening Posters, Grand Ballroom
0930-1000h ���������������Technical Session Coffee Break, Grand Ballroom
0950-1030h ���������������Energy Technology Division Supramaniam Srinivasan Young Investigator Award Address, Grand Salon C - Section 16
1400-1500h ���������������Professional Development Workshop: Panel of Professionals, Chequers
1800-2000h ���������������Technical Exhibit open, General Poster Session, Grand Ballroom
1815-1830h ���������������Z01 Student Poster Award Winner Presentation, Grand Ballroom

Thursday, June 1

0800-1200h ���������������Meeting Registration is open, First Floor Registration Counters
0800h ���������������Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 156 for details)
0900-1200h ���������������Come visit our Exhibitors!, Grand Ballroom
0930-1000h ���������������Technical Session Coffee Break, Grand Ballroom
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Featured Events
Division Events

Section Events

Sunday, May 28

1600-1700h ���������Electronics and Photonics Division Symposium
Planning and Technical Directions Subcommittee,
Jackson
1700-2000h ���������Dielectric Science and Technology Division
Governing Body / Long Range Planning
Committee and Symposium Planning, Magazine
1800-2045h ���������Sensor Division Executive Committee, Parish
1800-2100h ���������Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division
Symposium Planning Committee, Canal
1900-2000h ���������Electronics and Photonics Division Award and
General Business Meeting, Camp
2000-2200h ���������Electronics and Photonics Division Executive
Committee, Jackson

Monday, May 29

0700-0900h ���������High Temperature Materials Division Executive
Committee, Magazine
0700-0900h ���������Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical
Engineering Division Executive Committee,
Jackson
0700-0900h ���������Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division
Executive Committee, Camp
1800-2000h ���������Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division
Executive Committee, Camp
1800-2000h ���������Nanocarbons Division Executive Committee,
Jackson
1900-2100h ���������Energy Technology Division Executive
Committee Meeting, Magazine

Wednesday, May 31

Monday, May 29

1800-1900h ���������Europe Section Executive Committee, Canal
1900-2000h ���������Europe Section Meeting, Royal

Committee and Board Meetings
Sunday, May 28

1600-1700h ���������Interface Advisory Board, Parish
1600-1730h ���������Fellows Review Subcommittee, Camp

Monday, May 29

0800-1000h ���������Joint Journal Editorial Board, Royal
1015-1130h ���������Free the Science Advisory Board, Canal
1300-1430h ���������Education Committee, Camp
1330-1500h ���������ECS Transactions Editorial Board, Royal
1500-1600h ���������Interdisciplinary Science and Technology
Subcommittee, Canal
1500-1630h ���������Individual Membership Committee / Division and
Section Representatives, Commerce

Tuesday, May 30

0700-0930h ���������Symposium Planning Advisory Board, St. James
Ballroom
0730-0930h ���������Council of Past Presidents, Magazine
0930-1130h ���������Publications Subcommittee, Jackson
1400-1600h ���������Meetings Subcommittee, Magazine
1600-1800h ���������Honors and Awards Committee, Royal

1200-1400h ���������Nanocarbons Division External Advisory Board,
Royal

Wednesday, May 31

0700-1000h ���������Technical Affairs Committee, Magazine

Ticketed Event Information
Monday, May 29

1215-1400h ������Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical
Engineering Division Luncheon and Business
Meeting, Magazine
1830-2030h ������Student Mixer, St. James Ballroom

Wednesday, May 31

1215-1400h ������Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division
Luncheon and Business Meeting, Jackson
1800-2000h ������Energy Technology Division Award Reception and
Business Meeting, Camp

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Tuesday, May 30

1215-1400h ������Annual Society Business Meeting and Luncheon,
St. James Ballroom
1830-2000h ������Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division
Business Meeting and Grahame Award Reception,
Canal
1930-2130h ������Nanocarbons Division Reception, Fulton

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Plenary & Society Awards

Plenary & Awards
Plenary Session

Join Us for the Plenary Session
Monday, 1700-1800h
St. Charles Ballroom

Come together with participants from every symposium to close
out Monday evening during the Plenary Session and recognize,
honor, and listen to some of the greatest minds in the field. Join ECS

President Krishnan Rajeshwar as he congratulates distinguished
Society award winners Doron Aurbach, and Paul Kohl, and finally
welcomes Way Kuo to give his ECS Lecture on “A Risk Look at
Energy Development”.

The ECS Lecture

Join Us for The ECS Lecture
A Risk Look at Energy Development
by Way Kuo
Way Kuo is the president of City University
of Hong Kong (CityU). He is a member of
the U.S. National Academy of Engineering,
and a foreign member of the Chinese
Academy of Engineering and Russian
Academy of Engineering.
Before joining CityU, he was on the
senior management team at Oak Ridge
National Laboratory, Dean of Engineering
at the University of Tennessee, and head of
the Department of Industrial Engineering
at Texas A&M University. He received his
PhD in engineering in 1980 from Kansas State University, and BS

in nuclear engineering in 1972 from National Tsing Hua University,
Taiwan.
Kuo specializes in design for the reliability of electronics systems
and nuclear energy. His 2014 book, Critical Reflections on Nuclear
and Renewable Energy, analyses the pros and cons of a spectrum of
energies, ranging from petroleum, coal, and gas to water, solar, and
wind energies as well as nuclear energy in the wake of the Fukushima
nuclear incident in 2011.
He was the first foreign expert invited to Japan to discuss nuclear
safety following the Fukushima incident. He argues that a holistic
view of energy development is required, one that prioritizes the
production and use of reliable energy sources over that of polluting
and volatile ones. He maps out a policy that encourages and rewards
the conservation of energy and efficiency in energy use.

Five Questions with Way Kuo
The Electrochemical Society: What led you to nuclear engineering?
Way Kuo: When I was young in Taiwan, we did not have enough
electricity over the years and the environment was not in good condition.
Nuclear engineering was a relatively new subject, and it was able to improve
the quality of our energy.
Later on, the energy crisis would become a big issue, so it was obvious that
nuclear energy would be one of the future’s energy sources. In the late 60s and
early 70s, there weren’t any kind of natural resource in Taiwan; 98 percent of
the energy in Taiwan was imported. Therefore, there was a need to look for a
better energy supply, which could improve our quality of living.
ECS: What are some of the similarities or differences between national labs,
industry, and academia that you’ve seen throughout your career?
WK: All of those experiences mingle together. In the early days, I thought
academic issues were just pure scientific issues. As I’ve aged, I’ve seen that
business and policy are also involved in academia.
For example, at Bell Labs I was able to pick my own research topic. The
success of Bell Labs was that free spirit, but the failure of Bell Labs was that
they did not have a business mind. Once the government stopped giving
money, they started to panic. They never thought that business would have an
impact, but now we all know that business does impact research.
We know that the American way of conducting research at a university
demands you have resources. You have to identify good problems and have
resources to support that research. In order to get resources, you need to be
able to present your idea and compete in some way with others. That really
tells that business is part of research that you can’t ignore.
ECS: Is nuclear energy dangerous?
WK: In my opinion, the main dangers associated with nuclear energy are
political and psychological. Compare the casualties of Three Mile Islands,
Chernobyl, or Fukishima to the casualties caused by air pollution, which kills
at least
18 seven million people ever year, according to the United Nations.

Nuclear power plants haven’t caused even close to the same amount of
damage, but there is a great crisis if something happens—people become
scared—which makes the risk level very high when implementing nuclear and
we need to be extraordinarily careful about if we chose to continue nuclear
energy.
ECS: How dependent is the world on nuclear energy currently?
WK: The dependence is still quite heavy. As of today, there are already five
nuclear power plants in Japan that are currently in operation. They predict
that in the next three years, about 42 percent of the previous operating nuclear
power plants in Japan will be back into operation. The long-term projection is
that Japan will rely on nuclear power.
ECS: How do you expect energy to transform around the world?
WK: Every country is developing a lot of renewable energy currently, but
the success in storing that energy has been limited. I would say the biggest
success is in using solar power, which has improved a lot even within the last
five years.
Even so, the percentage is very small; it provides less than 10 percent of the
energy supply around the globe. A topic that’s often overlooked is the fact that
at least 25 percent of human beings are living without any energy or electricity.
They don’t have good medical care and a lot don’t have any medical care at all.
The kids don’t have education, they don’t eat a lot of cooked food, and their
life expectancy is very short. The life expectancy for those without energy is
only around 50 years old. A lot of disease come from these areas, and these
diseases will affect you and me.
This is not an isolated problem. It’s a problem we should look at for
everyone on earth; it’s a global issue. We generally don’t pay much attention
until some crisis occurs, including with nuclear energy. We need to do more
research in energy and create new technology, and we need to continue looking
for better solutions for everyday living.
Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Plenary & Awards
Society Awards

Allen J. Bard Award
in Electrochemical Science

Gordon E. Moore Medal
for Outstanding Achievement
in Solid State Science & Technology

Monday, 0800-0840h
Grand Salon C – Section 15

Tuesday, 1000-1040h
Churchill B2

Doron Aurbach is a professor in the
Department of Chemistry at Bar-Ilan
Univerity in Israel, where he founded and
currently leads the Electrochemistry Group.
Under his supervision, 50 PhD and 70 MSc
student received their degrees.
Aurbach’s
team
researches
the
electrochemistry of active metals, nonaqueous
electrochemical
systems,
electrochemical intercalation processes,
electrochemical water desalination, and
electronically
conducting
polymers.
Additionally, they develop rechargeable high energy density batteries
and supercapacitors, as well as novel electro-analytical and spectroelectrochemical methods for sensitive electrochemical systems.
Aurbach has published more than 540 peer-reviewed papers,
which have received more than 49,000 citations. He serves as a
technical editor for the Journal of The Electrochemical Society and
has been named Fellow by ECS (2008), ISE (2010), and MRS (2012).
He is the head of INREP, the Israel National Research Center for
Electrochemical Propulsion.

Transient Polymers for Low-k Dielectrics
and Vaporizing Devices
by Paul Kohl
Paul Kohl received his PhD in chemistry
from the University of Texas in 1978. After
graduation, Kohl was employed at AT&T
Bell Laboratories from 1978-1989.
In 1989, he joined the faculty of the
Georgia Institute of Technology in the School
of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering,
where he is currently a Regents’ Professor
and holder of the Hercules Inc. Thomas L.
Gossage Chair.
Kohl is the past editor of the Journal of The
Electrochemical Society, Electrochemical
and Solid-State Letters, and Interface. He is a past president of
ECS and past director of the Semiconductor Research Corporation
Interconnect Focus Center.

Division Awards

Dielectic Science & Technology Division
Thomas D. Callinan Award
Monday, 1400-1440h
Norwich
Dielectrics for MOS Integrated Circuits
by Hiroshi Iwai
Hiroshi Iwai has worked in the
semiconductor industry for 26 years. After
receiving B.E. and PhD degrees from the
University of Tokyo, he worked at both
Toshiba Corporation and Tokyo Institute of
Technology. Currently, he is Professor
Emeritus at the Tokyo Institute of Technology,
and Vice Dean and Distinguished Chair
Professor of National Chiao Tung University
in Taiwan.
Iwai is highly recognized for his
significant contributions for the development
of dielectric films. Those contributions include: introduction of
BPSG film reflow to integrated circuits, finding plasma induced
damage on gate insulator, prevention of boron penetration of gate
oxide by RTN gate SiO2, and the introduction of 1.5 nm tunneling
gate oxide to CMOS.
Additionally, Iwai is the chair of the ECS Japan Section. He
has served as an organizer of many ECS symposia and has been a
member of various Society committees. Iwai co-authored over 1,000
international and 500 domestic papers in journals and for conferences.

Electronics and Photonics Division Award
Monday, 0840-0930h
Churchill C2
Compound Semiconductor Science
and Technology: A Retrospective
by D. Noel Buckley
D. Noel Buckley is Professor Emeritus of
Physics at the University of Limerick in
Ireland and Adjunct Professor of Chemical
Engineering at Case Western Reserve
University. He was ECS president from
2008-2009 and previously served as associate
editor for both the Journal of The
Electrochemical Society and Electrochemical
and Solid-State Letters. Buckley’s ECS
publications experience expanded into his
role on the editorial advisory board of ECS
Transactions. Additionally, he served as
chair of the ECS Europe Section, as well as chair, secretary, and
treasurer of the ECS Electronics and Photonics Division.
From 1979-1996, Buckley was a member of the technical staff
at Bell Laboratories, where he played a key role in the epitaxial
crystal growth and characterization of compound semiconductors for
high performance optoelectronics. Prior to Bell Labs, Buckley did
his postdoctoral research under Wayne Worrell at the University of
Pennsylvania.
Currently, his research activities include vanadium flow batteries,
nanopore structures in compound semiconductors, and stress in
electrodeposited metal nanofilms for microelectronics applications.
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Society & Division Award Winners

Electroanalytical Techniques Coupled with in-Situ
Structural Characterization of Electrodes in Devices for
Energy Storage and Conversion
by Doron Aurbach

Plenary & Awards
Division Awards
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Energy Technology Division Research Award
Monday, 1140-1220h
Grand Salon B – Section 9
MEA & DM Characterization/Optimization for Low Pt
Loadings and High Current Densities
by Hubert Gasteiger

Energy Technology Division Graduate
Student Award, sponsored by Bio-Logic
Monday, 1400-1440h
Grand Salon B – Section 7
Advanced Water Management in Fuel Cells Using
Engineered Gas Diffusion Layers with Patterned
Wettability: From Concept to Fuel Cell Application
by Antoni Forner-Cuenca

Division Award Winners

Hubert Gasteiger began his career in
electrochemistry in 1993 when he received
his PhD in chemical engineering from UC
Berkeley,
followed
by
postdoctoral
fellowships at the Lawrence Berkeley
Laboratory and Ulm University. He moved
on to join the Fuel Cell Activities program of
GM/Opel (Honeoye Falls, NY, USA), leading
catalyst and membrane electrode assembly
(MEA) research. He was promoted to GM
technical fellow in 2004.
In 2007, he joined Acta S.p.A. (Italy),
working on alkaline membrane based technologies. After a oneyear visiting professorship at MIT (2009) with Yang Shao-Horn,
working on lithium-air batteries, he was appointed chair of technical
electrochemistry at the Technical University of Munich, where he is
now focusing on materials, electrode, and diagnostics development
for fuel cells, electrolyzers, and lithium-ion batteries.
Gastegier is an ECS fellow, received the 2012 Grove Medal for
fuel cell research, the 2015 David C. Grahame Award of the ECS
Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division, and held the
George C. A. Schuit Award Lecture at the University of Delaware
in 2015.

Antoni Forner-Cuenca studied chemical
engineering at the Universidad de Alicante,
where he graduated with honors. He
completed his PhD at the Swiss Federal
Institute of Technology in Zürich (ETHZ) in
2016 and performed his doctoral research in
the Paul Scherrer Institute’s Electrochemistry
Laboratory under the supervision of Pierre
Boillat and Thomas. J. Schmidt.
Forner-Cuenca’s work focuses on the
development of novel porous materials for
advanced water management in polymer
electrolyte fuel cells (PEFCs). In the frame of his PhD thesis, a method
based on electron radiation grafting has been applied to porous
substrates to modify the hydrophobicity of the inner surfaces, leading
to materials with patterned wettability. The use of these modified
materials in PEFCs lead to significant performance improvements.
In March 2017, Antoni will join the laboratory of Prof. Brushett
at the Chemical Engineering Department of the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology as a postdoctoral fellow to work on advanced
electrodes for non-aqueous redox flow batteries.

Energy Technology Division
Supramaniam Srinivasan
Young Investigator Award

Industrial Electrochemistry and
Electrochemical Engineering Division
H. H. Dow Memorial Student
Achievement Award

Wednesday, 0950-1030h
Grand Salon C – Section 16
New Insights into PFSA Ionomers from Membranes to Thin Films
by Ahmet Kusoglu
Ahmet Kusoglu is a research scientist in
the energy technology area at Lawrence
Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL),
where he works on polymer materials for
electrochemical devices and related
electrochemical-mechanical phenomena for
energy applications.
Kusoglu joined LBNL in 2010 as a
postdoctoral fellow to study membrane
transport and degradation in fuel cells. His
research at Berkeley has focused on modeling
and diagnostics of ionomers and their
interfaces in an effort to understand and improve their functionalities
in electrochemical energy devices. Prior to joining the lab, he received
his PhD in mechanical engineering from the University of Delaware.
Kusoglu has published over 35 papers in peer-reviewed journals
and a book chapter on fuel cell membranes. His current research
interests involve the characterization and modeling of degradation,
transport, and structure/function relationships in ionomers and thin
films.

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Wednesday, 0800-0840h
Grand Salon C – Section 15
Electrochemically Active Hybrid Materials for
Pseudocapacitive Energy Storage
by Muhammad Boota
Muhammad Boota is currently a PhD
candidate in material science and engineering
at Drexel University, where he’s working on
redox-active
hybrid
materials
for
electrochemical energy storage systems
under the supervision of Yury Gogotsi. Boota
received his BS from Government College
University in Pakistan and MS from Uppsala
University in Sweden and University College
London. He went on to join a joint Erasmus
Mundus MS program in Materials for Energy
Storage and Conversion which he completed
at Paul Sabatier University (France), Warsaw University of
Technology (Poland), University of Picardie Jules Verne (France),
and Drexel University (U.S.).
Boota is the 2016 winner of the ECS Summer Fellowship.
He is the president of the Philadelphia ECS Student Chapter and is
involved in various outreach activities at Drexel. In April 2016, he led
the effort to organize the 1st Philadelphia Electrochemical Society
Symposium at Drexel University.

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Plenary & Awards
Division Awards

Industrial Electrochemistry and
Electrochemical Engineering Division
Student Achievement Award
Tuesday, 0800-0840h
Marlborough A

Bahareh Alsadat Tavakoli is a
postdoctoral fellow at the Center of Catalysis
for Renewable Fuels at the University of
South Carolina (USC). She received her PhD
in chemical engineering in 2006 from USC,
where she performed research in
electrocatalysis, fuel cells, and corrosion
under the supervision of John W. Weidner.
Tavakoli’s research efforts include both
computational and experimental design for
high temperature corrosion and PEM fuel
cell analysis. The outcome of this work has
been used in Savannah River National Laboratory and the National
Renewable Energy Laboratory.
Prior to obtaining her PhD, Tavakoli received both her BS and MS
degrees from Sharif University of Technology in Tehran, Iran. During
this time, her research focused on the analysis of polymer electrolyte
membrane fuel cells (PEMFC), where she and her team developed
a computational fluid dynamic model for the PEMFC performance.

Tuesday, 1410-1450h
Grand Salon D – Section 19
Nanoscale Templates and Scaffolds
for Electrochemical Device Applications
by Viola Birss
Viola Birss is a world leader in the area of
electrochemistry at surfaces and interfaces
and in nanomaterials development for a wide
range of clean energy applications. She is
recognized for making seminal contributions
to the understanding of hydrous oxide surface
films, and more recently, her team has been
developing electrocatalysts and support
materials for high temperature and low
temperature fuel cells, electrolysis cells, and
supercapacitors. Birss is currently a Professor
of Chemistry and has been a Tier I Canada
Research Chair in Fuel Cells and Related Energy Systems at the
University of Calgary since 2004.
Throughout her career, Birss has been the recipient of numerous
prestigious scientific awards and honors and is a fellow of the Royal
Society of Canada, ECS, and the Canadian Society for Chemistry.
Additionally, Birss was a co-founder and leader of both the Western
Canada Fuel Cell Initiative and the Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Canada
Network and is currently the scientific director of the Calgary Advanced
Energy Storage and Conversion Research Technology group.

Nanocarbons Division
Richard E. Smalley Research Award
Monday, 1400-1440h
Churchill A1
Artificial Photosynthesis Utilizing Nanocarbons
by Shunichi Fukuzumi
Shunichi Fukuzumi earned BS and PhD
degrees in Chemical Engineering at Tokyo
Institute of Technology in 1973 and 1978,
respectively. After working as a postdoctoral
fellow (1978-1981) at Indiana University, he
joined the Department of Applied Chemistry
at Osaka University as an Assistant Professor
in 1981 and was promoted to a Full Professor
in 1994.
His research interests are artificial
photosynthesis and electron transfer
chemistry.
He is now a Distinguished Professor of Ewha Womans University,
Designated Professor of Meijo University, and Professor Emeritus
of Osaka University. He has published more than 1,083 scientific
publications and 36,700 citations with the h index = 93.

KAUST is unique: Few other institutions of higher education
have emerged so quickly and so successfully.
The Physical Science and Engineering Division is one of the
three Divisions at KAUST.
The science produced in the Division is about understanding,
modeling and manipulating matter from nano to macroscopic
levels in all forms. The knowledge created serves to design
and engineer materials, technologies and systems to mitigate
or even solve some of the major challenges that we face in
the world today.
The Division offers five graduate programs: Chemical and
Biological Engineering, Chemical Science, Earth Science and
Engineering, Material Science and Engineering, and
Mechanical Engineering
Physical Science and Engineering Division
https://pse.kaust.edu.sa

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Division Award Winners

Mathematical Modeling of Transport and Corrosion
Phenomenon inside High-Temperature
Molten Salt Systems for Next Generation
Concentrated Solar Power Systems
by Bahareh Alsadat Tavakoli

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry
Division David S. Grahame Award

Exhibitors
Technical Exhibit

Thank you to the 231st ECS Meeting Exhibitors!
The exhibitors in New Orleans will showcase some of the greatest innovations in the industry including cutting-edge instruments, materials,
systems, publications, and software, as well as other products and services. Don’t miss the opportunity to gain face-to-face time with industry
experts.

Tuesday, May 30
0800-1300h
1300-1600h
1800-2000h
Wednesday, May 31
0900-1400h
0930-1000h
1800-2000h
Thursday, June 1
0900-1200h
0930-1000h
1200-1600h

Exhibit Hours
Exhibitor Move-In
Technical Exhibit
Technical Exhibit, General and Student Poster Session
Technical Exhibit
Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall
Technical Exhibit, and General Poster Session
Technical Exhibit
Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall
Technical Exhibit Tear Down

Exhibitors
Admiral Instruments

Exhibitors

Booth 302
Mark Sholin
mark@admiralinstruments.com
2345 E Thomas Rd
Suite 285
Phoenix, AZ, 85016
USA

ALS Co., LTD

1.480.256.8706
www.admiralinstruments.com

Admiral Instruments is a potentiostat design and manufacturing
company based in the USA. We offer a growing selection of
electrochemistry instruments including the modestly-priced, easyto-use family of Squidstat™ potentiostats and the entire collection
of high-performance electrochemical workstations from Zahner
Scientific Instruments. Our wide variety of products are uniquely
positioned to satisfy those with limited budgets or those seeking
highly precise and specialized measurement capabilities, including
challenging AC impedance spectroscopy (EIS) and multichannel
functionality.

Advanced Semiconductor Processing
Technology, LLC
Booth 106
Zhi David Chen
zdc374@yahoo.com
A265 ASTeCC Building,
145 Graham Ave
Lexington, KY, 40506
USA

1.859.492.8089
www.research.uky.edu/astecc/companies.html

Advanced Semiconductor Processing Technology (ASPT) LLC is
engaged in research, development, and manufacturing of advanced
moisture sensors and relevant instruments for industrial process
control and environment monitoring. ASPT aims to become a
multinational company to provide advanced sensors and relevant
instruments for the global market.

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Booth 310
Katsunobu Yamamoto
yamamoto@bas.co.jp
1-28-12 Mukojima
Sumida-ku, Tokyo, 131-0033
+81.3.3624.0331
Japan www.als-japan.com

ALS provides researchers with a wide range of products for
electrochemistry and spectroelectrochemistry applications, including
Bi-Potentiostat (Model 2325), Ring-Disk Electrode apparatus
(RRDE-3A) and Faraday cage (CS-3A). We also dealing with
various kinds of Spectroelectrochemical cells (SEC-C/SEC-2F),
Quartz Crystal Microbalances cell/Quartz crystal (QCM/EQCM)
and Electrodes/Accessories for EC measurement same as their
related items.

Arbin Instruments
Booth 101
Antony Parulian
Antony.P@arbinmail.com
762 Peach Creek Cut Off Road
College Station, TX, 77845
USA

1.979.690.2751
www.Arbin.com

Based out of College Station, Texas, Arbin Instruments
manufactures highly precise, feature-loaded testing systems for
energy storage systems. We deliver to researchers, manufacturers,
and start-ups all over the world – in a variety of testing applications,
ranging from materials and coin cells up to 300kW packs.

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Exhibitors
Technical Exhibit
BASi
Booth 209
James Hill
jhill@basinc.com
2701 Kent Ave.
West Lafayette, IN, 47906
USA

Gamry Instruments

1.765.476.9888
www.basinc.com

BASi, Bioanalytical Systems Inc., is a manufacturer of laboratory
equipment and a pharmaceutical development company providing
contract research services. BASi is recognized globally for expertise
in electroanalytical chemistry, and has been manufacturing
electrochemical analyzers and electrodes for over 40 years.

Bio-Logic USA
Booths 301, 303 & 305
David Carey
david.carey@bio-logic.us
9050 Executive Park Drive, Suite 100C
Knoxville, TN 37923
USA

1.865.769.3800
www.bio-logic.net

Gamry Instruments designs and manufactures high-quality
electrochemical instrumentation and accessories. Our full lineup
includes single and multichannel potentiostats from 600 mA to 30 A
(all capable of EIS), fully-integrated spectroelectrochemical setups
for both UV/Vis and Raman, four-terminal battery holders and an
EQCM that can handle any crystal from 1-10 MHz. Stop by to see
our new potentiostats including one specially designed for testing
batteries, fuel cells, and supercapacitors.

Literature Display
Gabrielle Lockwood
glockwood@gelest.com
11 E. Steel Rd.
Morrisville, PA 19067
USA

1.215.547.1015
www.gelest.com

1.978.439.9899
www.bruker.com

Bruker Optics offers Infrared, Near Infrared and Raman
spectrometers which fit a wide range of applications. The
combination of FT-IR spectroscopy with the electrochemistry
provides information about molecular change during
electrochemical reactions in an addition to the electrochemical
response of the studied material. Visit us in Booth #100 and at www.
bruker.com/optics.

Dioxide Materials

Booth 206
Mark Buckley
info@HidenInc.com
37699 Schoolcraft Road
Livonia, MI 48150
USA

1.734.542.6666
www.HidenInc.com

High performance mass spectrometers for precision gas analysis,
surface science applications, plasma characterization and vacuum
diagnostics.
Showcasing systems for electrochemistry research, DEMS,
reaction kinetics and surface science. Our HPR Series provides
for fast response in situ determination of gaseous and volatile
electrochemical reactants, reaction intermediates and products in
real time.

HORIBA Scientific

1.217.239.1400
www.dioxidematerials.com

Dioxide Materials™ is now offering show specials and discounts
on our Sustainion™ anion exchange membranes and Sustainion™
ionomers enabling record performance with alkaline water
electrolyzers up to 6 A/cm² current at 2.05 V and 60° C, and CO2
electrolyzers with up to 280 mA/cm² at 3 V and room temperature.

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Booth 212
Diane Surine
Diane.surine@horiba.com
3880 Park Ave.
Edison, NJ, 08820
USA

1.732.494.8660
www.horiba.scientific

HORIBA Scientific specializes in Glow Discharge, Oxygen
Analysis, Raman spectroscopy, Particle Characterization,
Ellipsometry and X-Ray fluorescence. These highly sensitive
instruments all facilitate the characterization of Li Ion batteries:
cathodes, anodes and separators, but also allow for the study of
charge/discharge cycles and the characterization of solid state
electrolyte batteries.
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Exhibitors

Gelest, Inc., headquartered in Morrisville, Pennsylvania,
is recognized worldwide as an innovator, manufacturer and
supplier of commercial and research quantities of organosilicon
compounds, metal-organic compounds and silicones. Gelest serves
advanced technology markets through a materials science-driven
approach. The company provides focused technical development
and application support for semiconductors, optical materials,
pharmaceutical synthesis, diagnostics and separation science,
and specialty polymeric materials: “Gelest – Enabling Your
Technology.”

Hiden Analytical, Inc.

Bruker Optics

Booth 202
Maria Gainer
Maria.gainer@dioxidematerials.com
3998 FAU Blvd. Suite 300
Boca Raton, FL, 33431
USA

1.215.682.9330
www.gamry.com

Gelest

Bio-Logic is the exclusive provider of EC-Lab electrochemical
instruments. The EC-Lab family of products includes modular
single-channel (SP-50/150/200/300) and multi-channel (VSP/
VMP3/VSP-300/VMP-300) potentiostats/galvanostats, High
current potentiostats (HCP-803/1005) and easy to use software.
Additionally, Bio-Logic offers a complete line of electrochemical
accessories, including cells, electrodes, and ancillary instruments.
Bio-Logic is also the provider of BT-Lab line of battery cyclers
(MPG-2xx and BCS-8XX families), the SCAN-Lab line of localized
electrochemical scanning systems (M370 and M470 modular
systems), and the MT-Lab materials analysis systems (MTZ-35 FRA
and high temperature sample holder). Come to booths 301, 303, and
305 to see our exciting showcase of products.

Booth 100
Sergey Shilov
Info.bopt.us@bruker.com
19 Fortune Drive
Billerica, MA, 01821
USA

Booths 200 & 201
Cynthia A. Schroll
cschroll@gamry.com
734 Louis Dr.
Warminster, PA, 18974
USA

Exhibitors
Technical Exhibit
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Metrohm

Ivium Technologies B.V.
Booth 113
Ross Archer
info@ivium.com
De Zaale 11
Eindhoven, 5612AJ
Netherlands

+31.40.2390606
US tel: 1.800.701.4405
www.ivium.com

Ivium Technologies designs electrochemical instrumentation for
the most demanding experiments. We are demonstrating the new
CompactStat.h and IviumStat.h Potentiostats with 24-bit resolution.
We are also exhibiting the Vertex Potentiostat range for labs on
a budget, the Ivium-n-Stat MultiChannel Potentiostat with up to
16 potentiostats, and the handheld pocketSTAT Potentiostat for
portability.

Keithley Instruments (A Tektronix Company)
Booth 103
Debbie Van Velkinburgh
debbie.vanvelkinburgh@tektronix.com
14150 SW Karl Braun Drive
Beaverton, OR, 97077
USA

1.503.627.5050
www.tek.com

Exhibitors

Headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon, Keithley (A Tektronix
Company) delivers innovative, precise and easy-to-operate
electrochemistry characterization test and measurement solutions
that solve problems, unlock insights and drive discovery. Keithley
& Tektronix have been at the forefront of the digital age for over 70
years. Join us on the journey of innovation at www.tek.com.

Math2Market GmbH
Booth 205
Barbara Planas
events@math2market.de
Huberstr. 7
Kaiserslautern, 67657 +49.631.205605.14
Germany www.math2market.de

Math2Market GmbH develops and markets the software GeoDict
and is a leader in providing solutions for the profitable engineering
of better battery and fuel cell materials.
Using 3D-image data or user-defined parameters, GeoDict models
materials and simulates their properties to reduce or eliminate
expensive and time-consuming laboratory tests.

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Booths 307 & 309
Karen Poe
kpoe@metrohmusa.com
6555 Pelican Creek Circle
Riverview, FL, 33578
USA

1.813.316.4757
www.metrohm.com

Metrohm’s Autolab electrochemistry systems with modular and
portable designs provide a flexible foundation that can easily
grow with your application needs. Options include impedance,
low current, EQCM, multiplexing, high and low speed scanning,
a variety of cells, conventional and screen-printed electrodes
to support research in battery, fuel cells, corrosion, sensors and
beyond.

MTI Corporation
Booth 312
Andy Huang
andy@mtixtl.com
860 South 19th Street
Richmond, CA 94804
USA

1.510.525.3070
www.mtixtl.com

MTI Corporation has been providing a total solution for material
research since 1995. MTI supplies crystal, ceramic, metallic
substrates from A-Z and nano-powder. MTI provides laboratory
battery R&D equipment including the entire coin cell, pouch cell,
and cylinder cell pilot lines, Beyond Li-ion Batteries Research
equipment, split testing cells and battery safety testing equipment.
Moreover, MTI also offers the mixing, cutting, polishing, lapping,
and pressing machines as well as the furnaces glove boxes, high
vacuum system, high-pressure furnaces for battery and energy
materials research sample preparation.

PANalytical Inc.
Booth 112
Linda Bratica
linda.bratica@panalytical.com
117 Flanders Rd
Westborough, MA, 01581
USA

1.508.647.1174
www.panalytical.com

Get insight…PANalytical is a global leader in X-ray diffraction
(XRD), X-ray fluorescence (XRF), and near-infrared (NIR)
spectroscopy, providing solutions for the elemental analysis
and crystalline structure analysis of materials important for
electrochemical applications. Please visit PANalytical in booth 112
to learn about our latest analytical X-ray systems well suited for in
situ and in operando coin cell and pouch battery analysis.

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Exhibitors
Technical Exhibit
PAR/Solartron
Booths 211 & 213
Ari Tampasis
ari.tampasis@ametek.com
801 South Illinois Ave.
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
USA

Scribner Associates, Inc.

1.865.483.2122
www.princetonappliedresearch.com

Princeton Applied Research is a leading manufacturer of
laboratory instruments utilized for investigations in the field of
electrochemistry, which includes batteries, fuel cells, corrosion,
sensors and general physical chemistry. In business more
than 50 years, we offer customers the benefit of knowledge,
expertise, products, and solutions to support their particular
research interest. Solartron Analytical is the global leader in
Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, providing more than
60 years of instrumentation development expertise for materials
and electrochemical research. Solartron Analytical instruments
and accessories are advancing the research into the physical and
electrochemical properties of batteries, fuel cells, organic coatings,
corrosion inhibitors, and sensors, as well as the characterization
of materials for dielectrics, solar cells, display technologies,
ferroelectrics, and composites.

Pine Research Instrumentation

1.910.695.8884
www.scribner.com

Scribner Associates specializes in advanced analytical hardware
and software for electrochemical research and development. Our
software packages such as ZPlot, ZView, MultiStat and CorrWare
are recognized world-wide as the gold standard for instrument
control and data analysis. On display will be the CE certified Model
850e Fuel Cell Test System, a turn-key instrument for PEM, DMFC
and SOFC R&D. The 850e features multiple current ranges for
high accuracy over a wide dynamic range, automated humidifier
bypass valves for wet/dry cycling, automatic humidifier water fill,
manual or automated inlet selector valves, integrated potentiostat
functions, and accurate dew point control up to 5 SLM. Also on
display will be the Model 585 8-Channel Battery Cycler. The 585 is
specifically designed for battery and capacitor discharge cycling and
offers CC, CV, CP, and CR modes, 6 current ranges up to 5A plus
channel ganging to 20A, cell resistance by HFR, 6-wire terminal
measurement, and comes with BCycle™ and BView® software
for instrument control and data analysis. All of our products are
available for quick delivery and are backed by comprehensive
technical support.

Zahner-elektrik GmbH & Co. KG
www.pineresearch.com

Booth 300
Dr. Hans Joachim Schäfer
hjs@zahner.de
Thueringer Str. 12
D-96317 Kronach +49.9261.962119.0
Germany www.zahner.de

®

SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS

Pine Research Instrumentation, located in Durham, NC,
manufactures a full line of affordable, durable and reliable
electrochemical research equipment. Pine offers benchtop
bipotentiostat/galvanostat instruments as well as portable
USB potentiostat systems, all of which are controlled using
our powerful AfterMath software package. We offer unique
quartz electrochemical cells for photoelectrochemistry and
spectroelectrochemistry, and we are the world leader in rotating
disk, ring-disk, and cylinder electrode instrumentation. Our line
of compact voltammetry cells, featuring screen-printed patterned
electrodes, provides a quick and easy way to perform routine
electrochemical measurements.

Zahner-elektrik is a manufacturer of high-end electrochemical
and photo-electrochemical workstations. With an experience of
40 years, Zahner designs the Zennium and CIMPS systems for
outstanding accuracy, flexibility and reliability. We provide unique
features to improve the quality of your experiments in solar cell,
battery, fuel cell and corrosion research and in many other fields of
electrochemistry.

Are you interested in our
Exhibit and Sponsorship
Opportunities?
Contact
sponsorship@electrochem.org
for more information.

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Exhibitors

Booths 313 & 311
Marion Jones
pinewire@pineresearch.com
2741 Campus Walk Ave., Bldg 100
Durham, NC, 27705
USA

Booth 203
Jason Scribner
jason@scribner.com
150 E Connecticut Ave.
Southern Pines, NC 28387
USA

Sponsors
General Meeting Sponsors

Thank you to the 231st Meeting Sponsors!
Gold

Silver

Sponsors
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SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS

Other Sponsors

ECS is also grateful to Hilton for lodging support for student travel grants.

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Sponsors
Symposia Sponsors

Thank you to the 231st Symposium Sponsors!
Silver

King Abdullah University of Science
and Technology, PSE Division

Photon etc.
B02 – Carbon Nanostructures
in Medicine and Biology

H03 – Properties and Applications of
2-Dimensional Layered Materials 2
BRONZE

Air Liquide
G02 – Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and
Technologies for Advanced Integrated Circuits and
Emerging Applications 7
Aixtron
G02 – Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and
Technologies for Advanced Integrated Circuits and
Emerging Applications 7

Giner, Inc
I05 – From Electrode to Systems: Invited
Perspectives and Tutorials on Fuel Cell Technology
in Memory of H. Russell Kunz
Honda Research Institute USA
B03– Carbon Nanotubes - From Fundamentals to
Devices Bronze
The Family of H. Russell Kunz
I05 – From Electrode to Systems: Invited
Perspectives and Tutorials on Fuel Cell Technology
in Memory of Dr. H. Russell Kunz
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National Renewable Energy Laboratory
B01 – Carbon Nanostructures for Energy
Conversion
Qualcomm
G02 – Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and
Technologies for Advanced Integrated Circuits and
Emerging Applications 7
Rice University
B03 – Carbon Nanotubes – From Fundamentals to
Devices
The University of Connecticut
I05 – From Electrode to Systems: Invited
Perspectives and Tutorials on Fuel Cell Technology
in Memory of H. Russell Kunz

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Sponsors

FuelCell Energy
I05 – From Electrode to Systems: Invited
Perspectives and Tutorials on Fuel Cell Technology
in Memory of H. Russell Kunz

MilliporeSigma
B01 – Carbon Nanostructures for Energy
Conversion
B06 – Graphene and Beyond: 2D Materials
H03 – Properties and Applications of
2-Dimensional Layered Materials 2

ECS Community
Editorial Boards
Journal of The Electrochemical Society (JES)
Editor: Robert Savinell
Technical Editors
Doron Aurbach, Batteries and Energy Storage
David Cliffel, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry,
Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry
Gerald S. Frankel, Corrosion Science and Technology
Thomas F. Fuller, Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion
Charles L. Hussey, Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition
Janine Mauzeroll, Organic and Bioelectrochemistry
Rangachary Mukundan, Sensors
Venkat Subramanian, Electrochemical Engineering
Associate Editors
Thierry Brousse, Batteries and Energy Storage
Raymond J. Gorte, Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers,
and Energy Conversion
Takayuki Homma, Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition
Ajit Khosla, Sensors
Boryann Liaw, Batteries and Energy Storage
Scott Lillard, Corrosion Science and Technology
Stephen Maldonado, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry,
Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry
Paul Natishan, Corrosion Science and Technology
Thomas J. Schmidt, Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers,
and Energy Conversion
Venkat Srinivasan, Batteries and Energy Storage
Alice Suroviec, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry,
Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry
Nae-Lih (Nick) Wu, Batteries and Energy Storage
ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology (JSS)
Editor: Dennis Hess
Technical Editors
Jennifer A. Bardwell, Electronic Materials and Processing
Stefan De Gendt, Dielectric Science and Materials
Francis D’Souza, Carbon Nanostructures and Devices
Kailash C. Mishra, Luminescence and Display Materials, Devices,
and Processing
Fan Ren, Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems

ECS Community

Associate Editor
George Celler, Electronic Materias and Processing & Electronic
and Photonic Devices and Systems

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ECS Editorial Advisory Committee
S.V. Babu
Scott Calabrese Barton
Byung Doo Chin
Mike Hickner
Sean King
Rainer Küngas
Anant Setlur
ECS Transactions (ECST)
Editor: Jeffrey W. Fergus
ECST Editorial Advisory Board
Robert Lynch, Battery Division
Dev Chidambaram, Corrosion Division
Zhi (David) Chen, Dielectric Science and Technology Division
Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy, Electrodeposition Division
D. Noel Buckley, Electronics and Photonics Division
James M. Fenton, Energy Technology Division
Cortney Kreller, High Temperature Materials Division
John Harb, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical
Engineering Division
Kailash C. Mishra, Luminescence and Display Materials Division
R. Bruce Weisman, Nanocarbons Division
James Burgess, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division
Petr Vanýsek, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division
Dong-Joo Kim, Sensor Division
Interface
Co-Editors:Vijay Ramani and Petr Vanýsek
Interface Advisory Board
Christopher Johnson, Battery Division
Masayuki Itakagi, Corrosion Division
Durga Misra, Dielectric Science and Technology Division
Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy, Electrodeposition Division
Jerzy Ruzyllo, Electronics and Photonics Division
Mani Manivannan, Energy Technology Division
Paul Gannon, High Temperature Materials Division
John Staser, Industrial Electrochemistry & Electrochemical
Engineering Division
Uwe Happek, Luminescence and Display Materials Division
Slava Rotkin, Nanocarbons Division
Jim Burgess, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division
Andrew Hillier, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division
Nae-Lih (Nick) Wu, Sensor Division

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

ECS Community
ECS Division Officers

Battery
Christopher Johnson, Chair
Marca Doeff, Vice Chair
Shirley Meng, Secretary
Brett Lucht, Treasurer
Corrosion
Sannakaisa Virtanen, Chair
Masayuki Itagaki, Vice Chair
James Noël, Secretary/Treasurer
Dielectric Science &
Technology
Yaw Obeng, Chair
Vimal Chaitanya, Vice Chair
Gangadhara Mathad, Secretary
Purushothaman Srinivasan, Treasurer
Electrodeposition
Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy, Chair
Stanko Brankovic, Vice Chair
Philippe Vereecken, Secretary
Natasa Vasilijevic, Treasurer

Electronics & Photonics
Mark Overberg, Chair
Colm O’Dwyer, Vice Chair
Junichi Murota, 2nd Vice Chair
Soohwan Jang, Secretary
Yu-Lin Wang, Treasurer
Energy Technology
Scott Calabrese Barton, Chair
Andy Herring, Vice Chair
Vaidyanathan Subramanian, Secretary
William Mustain, Treasurer
High Temperature Materials
Turgut Gür, Chair
Greg Jackson, Vice Chair
Paul Gannon, Jr. Vice Chair
Sean Bishop, Secretary/Treasurer
Industrial Electrochemistry &
Electrochemical Engineering
Douglas Riemer, Chair
John Staser, Vice Chair
Shrisudersan Jayaraman, Secretary/
Treasurer

Luminescence & Display
Materials
Madis Raukas, Chair
Mikhail Brik, Vice Chair/Secretary/
Treasurer
Nanocarbons
Slava Rotkin, Chair
Hiroshi Imahori, Vice Chair
Olga Boltalina, Secretary
Bruce Weisman, Treasurer
Organic & Biological
Electrochemistry
Mekki Bayachou, Chair
Graham Cheek, Vice Chair
Diane Smith, Secretary/Treasurer
Physical & Analytical
Electrochemistry
Pawel Kulesza, Chair
Alice Suroviec, Vice Chair
Petr Vanysek, Secretary
Robert Calhoun, Treasurer
Sensor
Nianqiang Wu, Chair
Ajit Khosla, Vice Chair
Jessica Koehne, Secretary
Larry Nagahara, Treasurer

ECS Sections

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Israel Section – Daniel Mandler, Chair
Japan Section – Hiroshi Iwai, Chair
Korea Section – Yung-Eun Sung, Chair
Mexico Section – Ignacio Gonzalez, Chair
National Capital Section – Eric D. Wachsman, Chair
New England Section – Sanjeev Mukerjee, Chair
Pittsburgh Section – Clifford W. Walton, Chair
San Francisco Section – Wei Tong, Chair
Singapore Section – Qingyu Yan, Chair
Taiwan Section – Cheng-lun Wang, Chair
Texas Section – Harovel G. Wheat, Chair
Twin Cities Section – Peter Zhang, Chair

ECS Community

Arizona Section – Candace Kay Chan, Chair
Brazil Section – Luís Frederico P. Dick, Chair
Canada Section – Christa Brosseau, Chair
Chicago Section – Alan Zdunek, Chair
Chile Section – Jose H. Zagal, Chair
China Section – Yong Yao Xia, Chair
Cleveland Section – Heidi B. Martin, Chair
Detroit Section – Stephen Maldonado, Chair
Europe Section – Petr Vanýsek, Chair
Georgia Section – Seung Woo Lee, Chair
India Section – Vijayamohanan K. Pillai, Chair

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ECS Community
ECS Student Chapters
Student Chapter (Year Founded)

Faculty Advisor

Student Chapter (Year Founded)

Faculty Advisor

Aalborg University (2017)

Marciej Swierczynski
Daniel-loan Stroe

South Brazilian (Universidade Federal do Rio
Grande do Sul) (2010)

Luís Frederico P. Dick

Atlanta Student Chapter at Georgia Tech (2008)

Peter J. Hesketh

SRM University (2013)

Auburn University (2007)

Majid Beidaghi

Ranjit Thapa
Bhalchandra Kakade

Belgium (2015)

Stefan De Gendt

Tel Aviv University (2009)

Eliezer Gileadi
Yosi Shacham-Diamand

Boston (2009)
Northwestern University
Harvard University
MIT

Eugene Smotkin

Texas A&M University (2016)

Yue Kuo

Tyndall National Institute (2012)

Alan O’Riordan

British Columbia University (2013)

Dan Bizzotto

UK Northwest (2015)

Laurence J. Hardwick

Brno University (2006)

Jiri Vondrak

University of Alabama (2016)

Shanlin Pan

Calgary Student (2011)

Viola Ingrid Birss

University of Arkansas (2014)

Rick Wise

California State University-Fullerton (2012)

John L. Haan

University of California-Berkeley (2014)

Bryan D. McCloskey

Case Western Reserve University (2005)

Robert Savinell

University of California-Los Angeles (2015)

Sarah H. Tolbert

Central Illinois (2008)

Andrzej Wieckowski

University of California-Riverside (2011)

Alexander A. Balandin

Clemson University (2014)

Stephen E. Creager

University of California-San Diego (2014)

Shirley Meng

Colorado School of Mines (2012)

Andy M. Herring

University of Central Florida (2000)

Kalpathy B. Sundaram

Drexel University (2012)

Yury Gogotsi
Ektarina Pomerantseva

University of Cincinnati (2007)

Marc Cahay

University of Florida (2005)

Erin Patrick

Hong Kong University (2016)

Minhua Shao

University of Houston (2016)

Yan You

Illinois Institute of Technology (2015)

Adam Hock
Vijay K. Ramani

University of Illinois at Chicago (2016)

Brian P. Chaplin

University of Iowa (2014)

Johna Leddy

Indiana University (2012)

Lane A. Baker
Dennis G. Peters

University of Kansas (2016)

Trung Van Nguyen

University of Kentucky (2014)

Mona Shirpour

University of Maryland (2011)

Eric D. Wachsman

University of Nevada-Reno (2014)

Dev Chidambaram

University of New Mexico (2017)

Fernando Garzon
Plamen Atanassov

University of Oxford (2016)

Charles W. Monroe

University of Pittsburgh (2014)

Prashant N. Kumta

University of South Carolina (2010)

Xiao-Dong Zhou

University of St. Andrews (2015)

John T. S. Irvine

University of Tartu (2013)

Kaido Tammeveski

University of Texas at Austin (2006)

Arumugam Manthiram

University of Texas at Dallas (2012)

Moon J. Kim

University of Toronto (2016)

Donald W. Kirk

University of Utah (2015)

Shelley D. Minteer
Henry White

University of Virginia (2006)

Giovanni Zangari

University of Washington (2016)

Stuart B. Adler
Venkat R. Subramanian

Valley of the Sun (Central Arizona) Student
Chapter (2013)

Candace K. Chan

Kerala, India at CUSAT (2008)

M.K. Jayaraj

Lahore, Pakistan (2008)

Inam UI Haque

Lewis University (2015)

Jason Keleher

Louisiana State University (2016)

Christopher G. Arges

Montana State University (2013)

Paul Gannon
Ryan W. Anderson

Montreal (2010)

Steen B. Schougaard

Munich (2015)

Hubert Gasteiger

New Mexico State University (2015)

Vimal H. Chaitanya
Hongmei Luo

North Florida (2014)

Pedro Moss

Norwegian University of Science and Technology Ann Mari Svensson
(2014)
Ohio State University (2006)

Anne Co

Ohio University (2011)

Gerardine Botte

Oklahoma (2017)

Sadagopan Krishnan
Barry K. Lavine
Gabriel LeBlanc

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (2013)

David J. Duquette
Daniel J. Lewis

Research Triangle (2013)
Duke University
NC State
UNC-Chapel Hill

Jeffrey T. Glass (Duke)

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Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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ECS Community
2016-2017 ECS Committees
and Subcommittees
ECS Committees and Subcommittees

Term

Executive Committee of the Board of Directors

ECS Committees and Subcommittees

Term

Honors and Awards Committee

Krishnan Rajeshwar, Chair

Spring 2017

Peter Fedkiw, Chair

Spring 2019

Johna Leddy

Spring 2017

Enrico Traversa

Spring 2017

Yue Kuo

Spring 2018

Vijay Ramani

Spring 2017

Christina Bock

Spring 2019

Pawel Kulesza

Spring 2017

James Fenton

Spring 2020

Marca Doeff

Spring 2018

Spring 2018

Takayuki Homma

Spring 2018

Francis D’Souza

Spring 2018

Board of Directors, Nonprofit Financial Professional

Joseph Stetter

Spring 2019

Stuart Swirson

Rohan Akolkar

Spring 2019

R. Bruce Weisman

Spring 2019

Vimal Chaitanya

Spring 2020

Albert Fry

Spring 2020

Jean St-Pierre

Spring 2020

E. Jennings Taylor
Roque Calvo

Executive Director, Term as ED
Spring 2019

Audit Committee
Daniel Scherson, Chair

Immediate Past President, Spring 2017

Krishnan Rajeshwar

President, Spring 2017

Johna Leddy

Senior Vice President, Spring 2017

E. Jennings Taylor
Stuart Swirson

Treasurer, Spring 2018
Nonprofit Financial Professional, Spring 2019

Krishnan Rajeshwar

President, Spring 2017

Individual Membership Committee 
Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy, Chair

Spring 2017

James Noël, Chair

Spring 2017

Thomas Schmidt

Spring 2017

Douglas Hansen

Spring 2017

William Mustain

Spring 2017

A. Robert Hillman

Spring 2017

Giovanni Zangari

Spring 2018

Vimal Chaitanya

Spring 2018

Jordi Cabana

Spring 2018

Anne Co

Spring 2019

Steven Policastro

Spring 2019

Enn Lust

Spring 2019

M. Neal Golovin

Kalpathy Sundaram

Spring 2020

Rob Sides

Spring 2020

James Fenton

Education Committee

Alice Suroviec
James Fenton
Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy

Secretary, Spring 2020
Chair, Individual Membership
Committee, Spring 2017

Ethical Standards Committee 
Daniel Scherson, Chair

Immediate Past President, Spring 2017

Jan Talbot

Past Officer, Spring 2017

Fernando Garzon

Past Officer, Spring 2018

E. Jennings Taylor

Treasurer, Spring 2018

James Fenton

Secretary, Spring 2020

Finance Committee 
E. Jennings Taylor, Chair

Treasurer, Spring 2018

Mark Verbrugge

Spring 2017

Robert Mantz

Spring 2017

John Turner

Spring 2018

Jean St-Pierre

Spring 2018

Tim Gamberzky
James Fenton

Chief Operating Officer,Term as COO
Secretary, Spring 2020

Secretary, Spring 2020

Nominating Committee 
Daniel Scherson, Chair

Immediate Past President, Spring 2017

Fernando Garzon

Spring 2017

Gessie Brisard

Spring 2017

Jeffrey Fergus

Spring 2017

Christina Bock

Third Vice President, Spring 2017

Sponsorship Committee 
Rob Sides, Chair

Spring 2019

Hubert Gasteiger

Spring 2017

Fred Roozeboom

Spring 2017

Prasanth Nammalwar

Spring 2017

Kohei Uosaki

Spring 2018

Iwona Rutkowska

Spring 2018

Shirley Meng

Spring 2018

Marion Jones

Spring 2019

Khalil Amine

Spring 2019

ECS Community

Paul Fanson
Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy
E. Jennings Taylor

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Spring 2019
Chair, Sponsorship Committee, Spring 2019

Spring 2019
Chair, Individual Membership
Committee, Spring 2017
Treasurer, Spring 2018

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

ECS Community
2016-2017 ECS Committees
and Subcommittees
ECS Committees and Subcommittees

Term

Technical Affairs Committee
Johna Leddy, Chair

Senior Vice President, Spring 2017

Krishnan Rajeshwar
Daniel Scherson
Paul Kohl

President, Spring 2017
Immediate Past President, Spring 2017
Second Immediate Past President, Spring 2017

Christina Bock

Chair, Meetings Subcommittee, Spring 2017

Yue Kuo
Eric Wachsman

Chair, Publications Subcommittee, Spring 2017
Chair, Interdis. Sci. & Tech.
Subcom., Spring 2019

Roque Calvo

Executive Director, Term as ED

Tellers of Election 

ECS Committees and Subcommittees

Term

Interdisciplinary Science and Technology
Subcommittee of the Technical Affairs Committee
Eric Wachsman, Chair

Spring 2019

James Burgess

OBE, Spring 2017

Madis Raukas

LDM, Spring 2017

Colm O’Dwyer

EPD, Spring 2017

Sri Narayan

ETD, Spring 2017

Yaw Obeng

DST, Spring 2018

Gerardine Botte

IEEE, Spring 2018

Rangachary Mukundan

SENS, Spring 2018

Andrew Hillier

PAED, Spring 2018

Craig Arnold, Chair

Spring 2017

Martin Winter

BATT, Spring 2020

James Amick

Spring 2017

Douglas Hansen

CORR, Spring 2020

Norman Goldsmith

Spring 2017

John Stickney

Ronald Enstrom

Spring 2017

William Ayers

Spring 2017

Elizabeth Biddinger

Spring 2017

Richard Martel
Symposium Planning Advisory Board of the
Technical Affairs Committee

Ways and Means Committee 
James Fenton, Chair

Secretary, Spring 2020

Venkat Subramanian

Spring 2017

R. Bruce Weisman

Spring 2017

Gessie Brissard

Spring 2018

Michael Carter

Spring 2018

Yue Kuo

Second Vice President, Spring 2017

Johna Leddy
Senior Vice President, Spring 2017
Publications Subcommittee of the Technical Affairs
Committee 
Yue Kuo, Chair
Christina Bock, Chair

Second Vice President, Spring 2017
Third Vice President, Spring 2017

Robert Savinell

JES Editor,

5/17/2020

ELDP, Spring 2020
NANO, Spring 2020

Christina Bock, Chair

Spring 2017

Mark Overberg

Spring 2017

Scott Calabrese Barton

Spring 2017

Mekki Bayachou

Spring 2017

Pawel Kulesza

Spring 2017

Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy

Fall 2017

Turgut Gür

Fall 2017

Madis Raukas

Fall 2017

Yaw Obeng

Spring 2018

Slava Rotkin

Spring 2018

Douglas Riemer

Spring 2018

Christopher Johnson

Fall 2018

Sannakaisa Virtanen

Fall 2018

Nianqiang Wu

Dennis Hess

JSS Editor, 12/31/2018

Petr Vanýsek

Interface Co-Editor, 12/31/2017

Eric Wachsman

Vijay Ramani

Interface Co-Editor, 12/31/2017

Society Historian 

Jeffrey Fergus

ECS Transactions Editor, 12/31/2017

Zoltan Nagy

Fall 2018
Spring 2019
Spring 2017

Thomas Moffat

Spring 2017

American Association for the Advancement of Science 

D. Noel Buckley

Spring 2019

Roque Calvo

Mary Yess

Publisher, Term as Pub

Executive Director, Term as ED

Chemical Heritage Foundation 

Meetings Subcommittee of of the Technical Affairs Committee

Yury Gogotsi

Christina Bock, Chair

National Inventors Hall of Fame 
Chair, Honors & Awards
Peter Fedkiw
Committee, Spring 2019

Yue Kuo

Third Vice President, Spring 2017
Second Vice President, Spring 2017

Pawel Kulesza

Spring 2017

Adam Weber

Spring 2018

Bor Yann Liaw

Spring 2019

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Mark Orazem

 
Spring 2017

ECS Community

Mary Yess

External Relations Representative

Spring 2018

Publisher, Term as Pub

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Symposium Topics & Organizers

Symposium Topics and Organizers
A — Batteries and Energy Storage

D — Dielectric Science and Materials

A01 — Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session
A. Manivannan, S. R. Narayan, Robert Kostecki, Christopher Johnson,
Plamen Atanassov
Energy Technology, Battery
A02 — Large-Scale Energy Storage 8

Trung Nguyen, Adam Weber
Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and
Electrochemical Engineering

Applications 8
Durga Misra, Peter Hesketh, Zia Karim, Stefan De Gendt, Yaw Obeng,
P. Srinivasan, Slava V. Rotkin
CD/USB
Dielectric Science and Technology, Sensor, Nanocarbons

D02 — Plasma Nano Science and Technology

Uros Cvelbar, Mahendra Sunkara, Peter Mascher
Dielectric Science and Technology

A03 — Battery Electrolytes

Wladyslaw Wieczorek, Patrik Johansson, Marek Marcinek, Brett
Lucht, Vito Di Noto
Battery, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

D01 — Emerging Materials for Post CMOS Devices/Sensing and

CD/USB

E — Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition
E01 — Green Electrodeposition 4
CD/USB

A04 — Battery Safety

Christopher Orendorff, Bor Yann Liaw, D. H. Doughty, Thomas
Barrera, Guangsheng Zhang, Gerardine Botte
Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

Sudipta Roy, Giovanni Zangari, Sachio Yoshihara
Electrodeposition

E02 — Metallization of Flexible Electronics

Luca Magagnin, Yosi Shacham-Diamand, Takayuki Homma
Electrodeposition

F — Electrochemical Engineering
A05 — Lithium-Ion Batteries and Beyond

Gary Koenig, Christopher Johnson, Yangchuan Xing, James Wu
Battery

A06 — Battery Student Slam 1

Brett Lucht, Ying Meng, John Muldoon, Robert Kostecki, Marca Doeff,
Gary Koenig
Battery

B — Carbon Nanostructures and Devices
B01 — Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion

Jeffrey Blackburn, Vito Di Noto, Plamen Atanassov, Michael Arnold,
Stephen Doorn, David Cliffel, Christina Bock
Nanocarbons, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical
Electrochemistry

B02 — Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology

Tatiana DaRos, Daniel Heller, Fotios Papadimitrakopoulos, Ardemis
Boghossian, Mekki Bayachou, James Burgess
Nanocarbons, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

B03 — Carbon Nanotubes - From Fundamentals to Devices:

In Memory of Mildred Dresselhaus
Stephen Doorn, Yury Gogotsi, Pawel Kulesza, Ming Zheng, Slava V.
Rotkin, R. Bruce Weisman
Nanocarbons, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

B04 — Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules

Shangfeng Yang, Alan Balch, Luis Echegoyen, Steven Stevenson
Nanocarbons

B05 — Fullerenes - Chemical Functionalization, Electron Transfer, and

Theory: In Memory of Robert Haddon
Dirk Guldi, Nazario Martín, Francis D’Souza
Nanocarbons

B06 — Graphene and Beyond: 2D Materials

Michael Arnold, Yaw Obeng, Haim Grebel, Richard Martel, Andreas
Hirsch, Slava V. Rotkin
Nanocarbons, Dielectric Science and Technology, Physical and
Analytical Electrochemistry

B07 — Inorganic/Organic Nanohybrids for Energy Conversion

Hiroshi Imahori, Vaidyanathan Subramanian, Prashant Kamat
Nanocarbons, Energy Technology

B08 — Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines and Supramolecular Assemblies

Karl Kadish, Roberto Paolesse, Tomas Torres, Nathalie Solladie,
Norbert Jux
Nanocarbons, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and
Analytical Electrochemistry

C — Corrosion Science and Technology
C01 — Corrosion General Session

Sannakaisa Virtanen, Masayuki Itagaki
Corrosion

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F01 — Electrochemical Engineering General Session

Douglas Riemer, Luis Diaz, John Staser
Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

F02 — Characterization of Porous Materials 7

John Staser, Christina Bock
Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Battery,
Energy Technology

F03 — Multiscale Modeling, Simulation, and Design

Venkat Subramanian, Scott Calabrese Barton, John Harb, Luis Diaz,
Gerardine Botte
Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Energy
Technology

F04 — Applications of Electrochemistry to Additive Manufacturing

Maria Inman, E. Taylor, Richard Alkire, Douglas Riemer
Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Electrod
eposition

F05 — Pulse and Pulse Reverse Electrolytic Processes

E. Taylor, Elizabeth Podlaha, Maria Inman
Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Electrod
eposition

G — Electronic Materials and Processing
G01 — Processes at the Semiconductor Solution Interface 7

Colm O’Dwyer, Arnaud Etcheberry, Andrew Hillier, Robert Lynch,
Philippe Vereecken, Heli Wang, Mahendra Sunkara, D. Noel Buckley
Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology,
Electrodeposition, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical
CD/USB
Electrochemistry

G02 — Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and Technologies for

Advanced Integrated Circuits and Emerging Applications 7
Fred Roozeboom, Kuniyuki Kakushima, P. J. Timans, E. P. Gusev, Zia
Karim, Stefan De Gendt, Hemanth Jagannathan
Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology CD/USB

H — Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems
H01 — Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Materials and Devices 18

Vidhya Chakrapani, Scott Calabrese Barton, John Zavada, Soohwan
Jang, Travis Anderson, Jennifer Hite
CD/USB
Electronics and Photonics, Energy Technology

H02 — Solid-State Electronics and Photonics in Biology and Medicine 4

Yu-Lin Wang, Wenzhuo Wu, Andrew Hoff, M. Deen, Chih-Ting Lin,
Zoraida Aguilar, Lluis Marsal, Zong-Hong Lin
CD/USB
Electronics and Photonics, Sensor

H03 — Properties and Applications of 2-Dimensional Layered Materials 2

Lain-Jong Li, Jr-Hau He, Shu Ping Lau, Joshua Robinson, D.
Landheer, Richard Martel, Colm O’Dwyer
Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology,
Nanocarbons

CD/USB

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

I — Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion

Z — General Topics

I01 — Oxygen or Hydrogen Evolution Catalysts for Water Electrolysis 3
Hui Xu, Vijay Ramani, Pawel Kulesza
Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical
CD/USB
Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Z01 — General Student Poster Session

I02 — Materials for Low Temperature Electrochemical Systems 3

Z02 — Nanotechnology General Session

Minhua Shao, Peter Pintauro, Elizabeth Biddinger, Svitlana
Pylypenko
Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical
Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

I03 — Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis 2

Nianqiang (Nick) Wu, Deryn Chu, Huyen Dinh, Nicolas Gaillard,
Pawel Kulesza, Ayyakkannu Manivannan, Eric Miller, Vaidyanathan
Subramanian, Heli Wang
Energy Technology, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical
and Analytical Electrochemistry, Sensor

O. Leonte, Z. Chen, Leyla Soleymani
All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee

Z03 — Solid State Topics General Session

Kalpathy Sundaram, O. Leonte, Gary Hunter, Kiyoshi Shimamura,
Hiroshi Iwai, Meng Tao
Dielectric Science and Technology, Electronics and Photonics, Energy
Technology, Luminescence and Display Materials, Organic and
Biological Electrochemistry, Sensor

Z04 — Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing 2

I04 — Solid-Gas Electrochemical Interfaces 2 - SGEI 2

Bilge Yildiz, Stuart Adler, Ellen Ivers-Tiffée, Tatsuya Kawada
High Temperature Materials

Venkat Subramanian, V. Chaitanya, Kalpathy Sundaram, P. Pharkya,
Alice Suroviec
All Divisions

CD/USB

I05 — From Electrode to Systems: Invited Perspectives and Tutorials on

Fuel Cell Technology in Memory of H. Russell Kunz
Hui Xu, James Fenton, Vijay Ramani, Shimshon Gottesfeld, Hubert
Gasteiger, Adam Weber, Thomas Zawodzinski, Thomas Schmidt
Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical
Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

I06 — Crosscutting Metrics and Benchmarking of Transformational Low-

Carbon Energy-Conversion Technologies
Huyen Dinh, Eric Miller
Energy Technology

Gerardine Botte, John Harb, Nianqiang (Nick) Wu, S. R. Narayan,
E. Taylor, Arumugam Manthiram, John Stickney, Katherine Ayers,
Gautam Banerjee, Gregory Jackson
All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee

Each symposium will publish an issue of ECS
Transactions. Issues are available in CD/USB CD/USB
format or as Electronic (PDF) editions. Preordered
CD/USB editions can be picked up at the meeting.

K — Organic and Bioelectrochemistry
K01 — The 80th Birthday Trifecta in Organic Electrochemistry in Honor of

Jean Lessard, Albert Fry, and Dennis Peters
Mekki Bayachou, Flavio Maran
Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

K02 — Electron Transfer in Biological Systems

James Burgess, David Cliffel, Shelley Minteer, Daniel Heller, Alice
Suroviec, William Mustain
Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Nanocarbons, Physical and
Analytical Electrochemistry

L — Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis,
and Photoelectrochemistry
L01 — Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis,

and Photoelectrochemistry General Session and Grahame Award
Symposium
Alice Suroviec, Andrew Hillier
Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

L02 — Ion-Conducting Polymeric (or Polymer-based) Materials

Vito Di Noto, Ahmet Kusoglu, Stephen Paddison
Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Battery, Energy Technology

L03 — Electrochromic and Chromogenic Materials

Pawel Kulesza, Aline Rougier, Xungang Diao, Delia Milliron
Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

M — Sensors
M01— Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems General Session

Jin-Woo Choi, Peter Hesketh, Dong-Joo Kim, Ajit Khosla, Nianqiang
(Nick) Wu, Rangachary Mukundan, M. Sailor, Praveen Sekhar
Sensor

M02— Nano/Bio Sensors

Alex Simonian, Jessica Koehne, Raluca-Ioana Stefan-van Staden,
Leyla Soleymani, Larry Nagahara, M. Sailor, Sushanta Mitra, Daniel
Heller, Ajit Khosla, Ramaraja Ramasamy
Sensor, Nanocarbons, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

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Symposium Topics and Organizers

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232nd ECS MEETING
October 1-6, 2017

Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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National Harbor, MD
Meeting Topics
A — Batteries and Energy Storage
B — Carbon Nanostructures and Devices
C — Corrosion Science and Technology
D — Dielectric Science and Materials
E — Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition
F — Electrochemical Engineering
G — Electronic Materials and Processing
H — Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems
I — Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion
J — Luminescence and Display Materials, Devices, and Processing
K — Organic and Bioelectrochemistry
L — Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis,
and Photoelectrochemistry
M — Sensors
Z — General Topics
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Convention Center will be available beginning in June 2017. The reservation
deadline is August 25, 2017, or until the block sells out, so reserve early!
Early bird registration opens in June 2017, with early bird pricing available
through August 25, 2017.
Travel grants are available for student and young professional (early career
and faculty) attendees, make sure to submit your application before June 19,
2017.
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Convention Center. Please visit www.electrochem.org/232 for the most up-todate information on hotel accommodations, registration, short courses, special
events, and to review the technical program. Full papers presented at ECS
meetings may be submitted for publication in ECS Transactions.

The 7th International
ECS Electrochemical
Energy Summit
Monday, October 2 – Wednesday, October 4

National Harbor, MD

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2017
The 7th International ECS Electrochemical Energy Summit
brings together policymakers and researchers from around the globe to
discuss the ways in which science impacts the planet’s key sustainability
issues.
It will be held as part of the 232nd ECS Meeting and focus on Human
Sustainability – Energy, Water, Food, and Health, featuring three
separate symposia:
Z03 - Energy-Water Nexus will focus on the connection between
energy and water and emerging technologies that could improve access
to clean, safe, and affordable resources across the globe. In addition to
technical sessions ranging from membranes for water purification to fuel
cells, the symposium will feature talks from members of federal agencies,
such as the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Department of Interior,
to discuss funding opportunities.

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Z04 - The Brain and Electrochemistry will focus on research and
developments in the brain, central nervous system, and the peripheral
nervous system and aims to open the doors to this exciting field for
electrochemical and solid state scientists, highlighting interdisciplinary
approaches to emerging technologies and potential funding streams from
government and other large agencies.
Z05 - Sensors for Food Safety, Quality, and Security will be a
one day, poster-focused session. In addition to the technical posters, the
symposium will feature five overview talks from government, industry, and
association representatives.

2017 E2S Organizing Group
Chair
Eric Wachsman, University of Maryland
Organizers
Bryan Chin, Auburn University
Lili Deligianni, IBM Corporation Research Center
Christina Bock, National Research Council of Canada
Visit www.electrochem.org/232 for updated E2S information,
including speakers and participating organizations.

Volume 77– N e w O r l e a n s , L o u i s i a n a

from the New Orleans, LA meeting, May 28—June 1, 2017

The following issues of ECS Transactions are from symposia held during the New Orleans meeting. All issues are available in
electronic (PDF) editions, which may be purchased, beginning on May 19, 2017, by visiting www.electrochem.org/pubsstore. Some
issues are also available in CD/USB editions. Please visit the ECS website for all issue pricing and ordering information. (All
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Available Issues
Vol. 77 Battery Electrolytes
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Vol. 77 Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Materials and Devices 18
No. 6 CD/USB................... M $96.00, NM $119.00
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Vol. 77 Emerging Materials for Post CMOS Devices/
No. 2 Sensing and Applications 8
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PDF ......................... M $58.09, NM $73.85

Vol. 77 Solid-State Electronics and Photonics in Biology and Medicine 4
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PDF ......................... M $95.53, NM $119.41

Vol. 77 Plasma Nano Science and Technology
No. 3 CD/USB................... M $96.00, NM $119.00
PDF ......................... M $73.83, NM $91.04

Vol. 77 Properties and Applications of 2-Dimensional
No. 8 Layered Materials 2
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Vol. 77 Processes at the Semiconductor Solution Interface 7
No. 4 CD/USB................... M $118.00, NM $147.00
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Vol. 77 Oxygen or Hydrogen Evolution Catalysts for Water Electrolysis 3
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Vol. 77 Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and
No. 5 Technologies for Advanced Integrated Circuits and
Emerging Applications 7
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Vol. 77 Solid-Gas Electrochemical Interfaces 2 – SGEI 2
No. 10 CD/USB................... M $103.00, NM $129.00
PDF ......................... M $93.80, NM $117.25

Forthcoming Issues
Following the conclusion of the New Orleans meeting, each of the below symposium will publish an issue of ECS Transactions.
These issues, once available, can be purchased as electronic (PDF) editions, by visiting www.electrochem.org/pubsstore.
Please visit the ECS website for all issue pricing and ordering information.
A01: Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session

F05: Pulse and Pulse Reverse Electrolytic Processes

A02: Large-Scale Energy Storage 8

I02: Materials for Low Temperature Electrochemical Systems 3

A04: Battery Safety

I03: Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis 2

A05: Lithium-Ion Batteries and Beyond

I05: From Electrode to Systems: Invited Perspectives and Tutorials on Fuel Cell
Technology in Memory of Dr. H. Russell Kunz

A06: Battery Student Slam 1
B01: Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion
B02: Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology

I06: Crosscutting Metrics and Benchmarking of Transformational Low-Carbon
Energy-Conversion Technologies

B03: Carbon Nanotubes - From Fundamentals to Devices

K01: The 80th Birthday Trifecta in Organic Electrochemistry in Honor of
Jean Lessard, Albert Fry, and Dennis Peters

B04: Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules

K02: Electron Transfer in Biological Systems

B05: Fullerenes - Chemical Functionalization, Electron Transfer, and Theory:
In Memory of Professor Robert Haddon

L01: Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and
Photoelectrochemistry General Session and Grahame Award
Symposium

B06: Graphene and Beyond: 2D Materials
B07: Inorganic/Organic Nanohybrids for Energy Conversion
B08: Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines and Supramolecular Assemblies
C01: Corrosion General Session
E01: Green Electrodeposition 4
E02: Metallization of Flexible Electronics
F01: Electrochemical Engineering General Session
F02: Characterization of Porous Materials 7
F03: Multiscale Modeling, Simulation, and Design

L02: Ion-Conducting Polymeric (or Polymer-based) Materials
L03: Electrochromic and Chromogenic Materials
M01: Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems General Session
M02: Nano/Bio Sensors
Z01: General Student Poster Session
Z02: Nanotechnology General Session
Z03: Solid State Topics General Session
Z04: Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing 2

F04: Applications of Electrochemistry to Additive Manufacturing

Ordering Information
To order any of these recently-published titles,
please visit the ECS Online Store,
www.electrochem.org/pubsstore

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232nd ECS Meeting

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Cancun, Mexico

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