International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE)

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28 Mar 1949, Brussels (Belgium), as International Committee of Electro-Chemical Thermodynamics and Kinetics -- Comité international de thermodynamique et de cinétique électrochimiques (CITCE). Statutes modified: 1955; 1959; 1965; and Oct 1971, when present name was adopted.


Advance electrochemical science and technology; disseminate scientific and technical knowledge; promote international cooperation in electrochemistry; maintain a high professional standard among members.

Future Events

2023 Lyon, France – Annual Meeting

2021 Jeju, Korea Rep – Annual Meeting

2020 Belgrade, Serbia – Annual Meeting

2020 Snowbird UT, USA – Meeting

2020 Tainan, Taiwan – Meeting

2019 Durban, South Africa – Annual Meeting

Past Events(7)

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Organizes annual scientific and technological congress and occasional specialised meetings. Scientific and technological activities organized in 8 divisions, each with a chairperson and 2 assistant chairpersons of international repute: Interfacial Electrochemistry; Electronically and Ionically Conducting Phases; Analytical Electrochemistry; Molecular Electrochemistry; Electrochemical Energy Conversion; Corrosion, Electrodeposition and Surface Treatment; Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering; Bioelectrochemistry.

Makes regular awards for outstanding contributions to electrochemical science and technology: Pergamon Electrochimica Acta Gold Medal; Tajima Prize; Prix Jacques Tacussel; Oronzio de Nora Foundation Young Author Prize; Frumkin Memorial Medal; Hans-Jürgen-Engell Prize; Klaus-Jürgen Vetter Prize for Electrochemical Kinetics; Oronzio de Nora Foundation Prize of ISE on Electrochemical Energy Conversion; Oronzio de Nora Foundation Prize of ISE on on Electrochemical Technology and Engineering.


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Members in 62 countries
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