Hello! We are the Case Western Reserve University Electrochemical Society (CWRUECS) Student Chapter. As a subsidiary student chapter of the Electrochemical Society (ECS), we embody the vision and mission of ECS with an emphasis on the geographical and educational arena of Case Western Reserve University. We try to keep our members up to date and informed of all electrochemical related opportunities.

Particularly, the CWRUECS Student Chapter Mission is to be a model ECS student chapter encouraging the learning of electrochemistry and collaboration in all allied subjects throughout the many departments associated with electrochemistry and its assisting fields. CWRUECS’s mission is to enhance the professional development of students, faculty, and staff at Case Western Reserve University in the electrochemistry field and all allied subjects as well as provide networking opportunities for students with local industries in the electrochemical field. Finally, the Case Western Reserve University Electrochemical Society Student Chapter will be another avenue for Case Western University to be on the forefront of electrochemical sciences through networking, educational, social opportunities, and events.

If you would like to attend one of CWRU ECS’s events, you may email us at cwruecs@gmail.com or reach out to one of our officers!

Linkedin: CWRU ECS Student Chapter

Announcements

Presentation on 245th ECS – The Electrochemical Society Meeting in San Francisco, CA

Some of our members and professors are presenting at the 245th ECS conference. If you are visiting the conference, check out their remarkable research!

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Electrochemical lecture series spring 2024

We have more electrochemical lectures on different topics coming up for the rest of the semester.
Prof. Scherson (CWRU Chemistry department) on Bioelectrochemistry, Challenges and Opportunities.  (March 21st, 2024)
      It is a heavy electrochemistry-focused lecture for all of us, electrochemistry enjoyers.

Dr. Warburton (CWRU Chemical Engineering department) on How to model interfaces and study heterogeneous electrochemical reactions  (March 28th, 2024)
     This lecture will provide some insights into how to employ/use DFT calculation for electrochemistry.

Prof. Gurkan (CWRU Chemical Engineering Department) on Interfacial Theories and their implications on Energy storage and catalytic conversion reactions.

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