The Electrochemistry Society (ECS) was founded in 1902 in order to serve as a medium of communication for all scientists and engineers working within electrochemistry. North America is comprised of 12 ECS sections, out of which the Chicago Section represents Northern Illinois, Northern Indiana, Iowa, and Missouri.
ECS Chicago’s mission is to cultivate the relationships between its academia- industry- government members in order to achieve public and communal benefit within the field of electrochemistry research and development. Additionally, ECS Chicago hopes to mend the disconnect between academic preparation and industrial needs for students.
Currently, ECS has an approximated 245 members, but is always looking to collaborate with those interested in joining. To receive the latest updates about future events and activities, join our LinkedIn group page.