The 224th Electrochemical Society ECS Meeting was held in the heart of San Francisco, at the meeting headquarters hotel, the Hilton San Francisco (333 O’Farrell Street, San Francisco, CA 94102).
ECS bridges the gaps among academia, research, and engineering—bringing together scientists from around the world for the exchange of technical information. This unique blend provides an unparalleled forum for the integration of these areas of science and technology.
This major international conference at the Hilton San Francisco included more than 50 topical symposia consisting of over 2,800 technical presentations, and feature the third international ECS Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S), which is fast becoming a tradition at ECS meetings. 2S and ECS Short Courses help launch the meeting on Sunday, October 27.
Two days of special events were devoted to E2S, with a featured symposium that explored the energy– water nexus, the intersection of two critical resource issues. Events on Sunday included an afternoon program with three invited speakers, all experts in energy issues, along with a dynamic Energy Research Group Showcase, a Poster Session, and a reception. E2S events on Monday were devoted to the Energy–Water Nexus Symposium (A3), and The ECS Lecture. Also at the conference was held Technical Exhibit and General Society and Poster Sessions.
On Monday, October 28, graduate research assistant from Nanomaterials group of Drexel University, Kelsey B. Hatzell, have presented at Poster Session presentation on Methods for Enhancing the Flowable Electrode Capacitance in the Electrochemical Flow Capacitor, resulting by common work of Drexel research team - Majid Beidaghi, Muhammed Boota, Christopher R Dennison, Emin Caglan Kumbur and professor Yury Gogotsi.