International Society of Electrochemistry

 

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ISE Divisions

Division 1
ANALYTICAL ELECTROCHEMISTRY
(2017 report)
Experimental and theoretical aspects of the analytical process in which electrochemistry has a role, including sample collection / processing, separation, and species identification and quantitation.

Division 2
BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY
(2017 report)
Aspects of electrochemistry and electroanalysis characterizing biological processes at the molecular level and relevant to the mechanisms of biological regulation of cells.

Division 3
ELECTROCHEMICAL ENERGY CONVERSION AND STORAGE
(2017 report)
Experimental and theoretical aspects of electrochemistry in which the goal is the interconversion of energy between different forms or the storage of energy, including the processes themselves and materials used for these purposes.

Division 4
ELECTROCHEMICAL MATERIALS SCIENCE
(2017 report)
Aspects of materials science in which electrochemistry is part of the synthesis, processing, surface treatment, corrosion, characterization or modelling of new or existing materials, or in which electrochemistry is the user of such materials.

Division 5
ELECTROCHEMICAL PROCESS ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
(2017 report)
Experimental and theoretical aspects and applications of electrochemistry in which engineering issues play a significant role, including scale-up and reactor design.

Division 6
MOLECULAR ELECTROCHEMISTRY
(2017 report)
Structural and mechanistic aspects of electrode processes of inorganic, metallorganic and organic substances; synthetic applications.

Division 7
PHYSICAL ELECTROCHEMISTRY
(2017 report)
Experimental, theoretical and computational aspects of electrochemistry, alone or in conjunction with other methods, relevant to interfaces and conductive media; this shall include physicochemical nature, structure and dynamics from the molecular to the macroscopic level.


In addition to the Divisions ISE shall have a New Topics Committee:
New Topics Committee
The New Topics Committee identifies interesting and relevant scientific and technological subjects not covered by the ISE Divisions. It has tasks similar to those of a Division, except that it may have several and changing technical priorities