International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE)
1949-03-28 Brussels Belgium
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.
Events2024-08-18 | Montréal, QC Canada – Annual Meeting
2023-09-03 | Lyon, France – Annual Meeting
2022-10-10 | Xiamen, China – Annual Meeting
2021-11-21 | Taipei, Taiwan – Electrochemical Deposition for Semiconductor and Green Energy
2021-08-29 | Jeju, Korea Rep – Annual Meeting
2021-04-18 | Mikulov, Czech Rep – Energy and water - electrochemistry in securing the sustainable society development
2021-03-29 | Santiago, Chile – Challenges in molecular electrochemistry and surface reactivity
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General Meeting. Council, comprising National/Regional Secretaries and officers of the 8 Scientific Divisions. Executive Committee. ISE Office in Switzerland.
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