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Election of ISE Executive Committee Members

The election of the ISE President and of one Vice President will take place from 10 June to 10 July 2024, with the following candidates.

 

ISE President (2025-2026)

 

Susana Córdoba de Torresi

Candidate Statement

 

Andrea E. Russell

Candidate Statement

 

ISE Vice President (2025-2027)

 

Michael Eikerling

Candidate Statement

 

Enrique Herrero

Candidate Statement

 


75th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry

You are warmly invited to the 75th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry which will be held in Montreal, Canada from 18 to 23 August 2024.



 

https://annual75.ise-online.org/

 


38th Topical Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry

You are warmly invited to the 38th Topical Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry which will be held in Manchester, UK from 8 to 11 September 2024.



 

https://topical38.ise-online.org/

 


76th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry

You are warmly invited to the 76th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry which will be held in Mainz, Germany from 7 to 12 September 2025.



 

https://annual76.ise-online.org/

 

ISE Fellows 2024

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Eric Bakker
University Geneva for his contributions to electroanalytic methodologies utilizing ion selective membranes on fundamental as well as application levels.
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Deborah Jones
CNRS Montpelier for her work related to fuel cells and transport in fuel cell membranes
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Michael Eikerling
FZ Juelich for his contribution to theoretical electrochemicstry namely to simulations of electrocatalytic reactions at interfaces
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Paul Kenis
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign for his work in microfluidics and gas diffusion electrodes and his contribution towards electrocatalytic CO2 reduction

ISE Travel Award Winners 2024

Yudong Xue
Zachary Gossage
Mattia Belotti
Lacarbonara Giampaolo
Kelechi Nwambaekwe
Gullit Deffo
Jamie Trindell
Ftiri Nur Indah Sari
Julia Fernandez Vidal
Micheala Plevová


Obituary


Fred C. Anson


Fred C. Anson passed away on May 22, 2024 at the age of 91. Fred was the Elizabeth W. Gilloon Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus, at Caltech, where he served on the faculty for 43 years.

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Allen J. Bard
1933 - 2024

Image courtesy of Prof. Dong-ping Zhan, Xiamen University, China

Professor Allen J. Bard passed away Feb 11, 2024 at the age of 90.
Dr. Bard was a faculty member nearly 65 years at the University of Texas at Austin, following his PhD at Harvard University. Although he did not seek out public recognition, he was an internationally decorated scientist and a prominent Editor.

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There will be a special symposium in memory of Prof. Allen J. Bard during the Annual Meeting 2024 in Montreal

 

President Letter

 

ISE President Report 2023


ISE Award Winners 2023

 

Tajima Prize

  • Federico Bella
    Politecnico Torino, Italy for innovative work in the field of advanced photoelectrochemical cells and post-lithium batteries

Zhaowu Tian Prize for Energy Electrochemistry
  • Carlo Santoro
    University of Milano Bicocca, Italy for development of electro-catalytic and bio-electrocatalytic systems for fuel cells, water electrolyzers and bioelectrochemical applications

 

Oronzio and Niccolò De Nora Foundation Young Author Prize

  • Mohsin Muhyuddin
    University of Milano Bicocca, Italy for paper: Iron-based Electrocatalysts Derived from Scrap Tires for Oxygen Reduction Reaction: Evolution of Synthesis-Structure-Performance Relationship in Acidic, Neutral and Alkaline Media. Published in Electrochimica Acta 2022, 433, 141254. DOI: 10.1016/j.electacta.2022.141254.).

 

ISE Prize for Electrochimical Material Science

  • Raphaële J. Clément
    University of California at Santa Barbara, USA for innovative work in the field of advanced batteries.

 

Early Career Analytical Electrochemistry Prize of ISE Division 1

  • Paolo Bollella
    University of Bari, Italy for paper: Iron-based Electrocatalysts Derived from Scrap Tires for Oxygen Reduction Reaction: Evolution of Synthesis-Structure-Performance Relationship in Acidic, Neutral and Alkaline Media. Published in Electrochimica Acta 2022, 433, 141254. DOI: 10.1016/j.electacta.2022.141254.).

 

Jaroslav Heyrovsky Prize for Molecular Electrochemistry

  • Simone Ciampi
    Curtin University, Australia for unique and original contributions opening new ways of exploring chemical catalysis using electrostatics in the electrochemical double layer

 

ISE-Elsevier Prize for Experimental Electrochemistry

  • Ian Burgess
    University of Saskatchewan, Canada for his seminal contributions to the development of IR spectroelectrochemistry. He has pioneered over many years the application of lab- and synchrotron-based IR spectroscopy methods, in particular ATR-SEIRAS. His work pushed the limits of spatial and temporal resolution of these methods and made them available to a much wider range of electrochemical systems, which will be of use in many areas of electrochemistry.

 

ISE-Elsevier Prize for Applied Electrochemistry

  • Dulce Maria Morales Hernandez
    Engineering and Technology Institute Groeningen, Netherlands for her contributions in the fields related to the electrochemical conversion of oxygen to the electro-oxidation of alcohols, the impact of binders on electrode properties and oxygen conversion electrocatalysts


ISE-Elsevier Prize for Green Electrochemistry

  • Juliana Brito
    UNESP, Brazil for her contributions in the fields related to photoelectrocatalysis, water splitting and CO2 reduction.

 

Katsumi Niki Prize in Bioelectrochemistry

  • Ana Maria Oliveira-Brett
    Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal for important and original contribution to the areas of bioelectrochemistry, electron transfer reactions of compounds of biological interest, bioelectroanalysis and for her great involvement in the bioelectrochemistry community.

Alexander Kuznetsov Prize in Theoretical Electrochemistry
  • Mira Todorova
    Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung, Germany for development and application of state-of-art ab-initio based mutli-scale simulation techniques on the forefront of theoretical electrochemistry to tackle problems in fundamental surface electrochemistry. Most notably, by developing an ab-initio potentiostat, she has opened new doors towards exciting new paths in experimental and theoretical electrochemistry alike

 

Divisional Elections

 

Result elections of the Division Chairs Elect (term 2023-2024)

Division 1  
Maria Cuartero Botia


Division 2  
Carlo Santoro


Division 3  
Sonia Dsoke


Division 4  
Carmen Pérez


Division 5  
Carlos Ponce de León Albarran


Division 6  
Ismael Diez-Perez


Division 7  
Mark Symes

 

Electrochimica Acta


About the journal

 

 

Electrochimica Acta (EA) is the official journal of the International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE). In the broadest sense Electrochemistry deals with all the aspects covered by the ISE Divisions. In addition to individual articles, the EA Journal publishes collections of articles associated with ISE annual meetings; ISE topical meetings; and any other topical conference sponsored by ISE and focused on electrochemical topics. The scientific contributions presented at these later meetings will be collected in Virtual Special Issues (EA VSI) of Electrochimica Acta. EA VSIs may be organized by invitation, or under request of potential Guest Editors who are interested to approach the Journal with a proposal for consideration. Contributions will be subject to peer review in the normal manner.
Inquiries should be addressed to the EA Special Issue Editor Professor Sotiris Sotiropoulos.