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Digital Exhibitor & Vendor Guide

239TH ECS MEETING

DIGITAL MEETING

18th

with the 18th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors

www.electrochem.org/239

May 30-June 3, 2021


Directory ALS Co., Ltd...............................................6

Metrohm.................................................24

Bio-Logic...................................................8

Pine Research Instrumentation................18

CMC Microsystems..................................10

Scribner Associates..................................20

Gamry.....................................................11

Sensirion AG............................................24

Ion Power................................................14

Spec Sensors...........................................25

IOP Publishing.........................................16

Wiley................................................. 23, 34

Lam Research..........................................24

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Welcome to the 239th ECS Meeting

and the 18th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS)!

T

he Electrochemical Society (ECS) Board of Directors and International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS) Organizing Committee are honored to have you join us for this event.

Though unfortunately we still can’t meet in person, we are very excited about the experience available to participants through this digital meeting. Check the online program to take full advantage of all the opportunities lined up for this joint meeting: • Attend ECS and IMCS live meeting-wide special events, including plenary talks, panels, and networking events. • Participate in twice-daily live topical sessions where presenters, participants, and organizers gather to discuss the latest research in their respective symposia. • View digital presentation files (video, and/or slide deck or poster) for the majority of the 2,000+ meeting abstracts. • Engage with presenters via a question and answer/comment field on every presentation webpage. • Communicate with meeting authors and other participants using a built-in peer-topeer messaging tool. Of course, one of the best parts of in-person meetings is the exhibit hall and the many companies assisting and encouraging the advancement of electrochemical and solid state science and technology. While we can’t meet face to face, we have brought these companies to you here! Please take time to browse through this Digital Exhibit and Vendor (DEV) Guide, and see what they have to offer. You never know when it might be the key to advancing your own research!

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BY 239th ECS Meeting with IMCS 18 THE NUMBERS

2,040 Greeting JL

total abstracts HP

1,641 ECS abstracts 399

55

countries represented

18th

IMCS abstracts

1,449

53 symposia

153

BY 239th ECS Meeting with IMCS 18 THE NUMBERS

ECS oral talks 2,040 53

669

total abstracts

1,641

symposia

ECS oral ECS abstracts student 1,449 399IMCS abstractstalks ECS oral talks

669

394 sessions

28 1,760 ECS student abstracts

ECS award & talks 28 keynote

466 1,760 192 466 165

ECS oral student talks

live sessions

invited ECS invited ECSECS student ECS student ECS posters abstracts talks posters talks

ECS award & keynote talks

165 53

ECScountries student posters represented

192

ECS posters 18th


SPECIAL LIVE EVENTS (check the online program for local dates/times)

239th ECS Meeting • ECS Opening Ceremony – Help us kick off the meeting in style! • Live Topical Sessions – These twice daily breakout sessions will feature live presentations, question and answer opportunities, topical discussions, and more, all from multiple ECS symposia. • ECS Plenary Lecture – “Carbon Materials”, by Rodney Ruoff of Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST). • Benchmarking Innovation: The Future of International Scientific Research – Reporting from an international U.S. Department of Energy Basic Energy Science Advisory Committee (BESAC) study.

• ECS Annual Society Business Meeting and Awards Ceremony – Come together to reflect on the challenges of 2020, and celebrate the accomplishments of our distinguished peers. • ECS Allen J. Bard Award in Electrochemical Science Address – “Electrochemistry of Platinum: New Views on an Old Problem”, by Marc Koper of Leiden University. • ECS Gordon E. Moore Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Solid State Science & Technology Address – “Impact of Micro-/Nano-Electronics, Miniaturization Limit, and Technology Development for the Next 10 Years and After”, by Hiroshi Iwai of National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University.

18th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS) • IMCS Opening Ceremony – Join us as we celebrate the opening of the first ever digital IMCS meeting! • Live Topical Sessions – These twice daily breakout sessions will feature live presentations, question and answer opportunities, topical discussions, and more, all from multiple IMCS symposia. • Daily Plenary Talks: » “Rational Design of Oxide Chemiresistors for Next-Generation Gas Sensors and Artificial Olfaction”, by Jong-Heun Lee of Korea University » “From Gene to Device: The Route to Diagnostics in Low Resource Countries”, by Elizabeth Hall of University of Cambridge » “Wearable Sensors for Monitoring Chemical Markers: Beyond Steps and Vitals”, by Joseph Wang of University of California San Diego » “Electrochemical/Optical Sensors in Medicine: Meeting Needs for the 21st Century”, by Mark Meyerhoff of University of Michigan

Online Program:

https://ecs.confex.com/ecs/239/meetingapp.cgi

• Sponsors and Funders Forum – Invited speakers from government agencies share their perspective and strategies on funding opportunities. • Industry Round Table – Featuring a collection of sensor companies discussing key steps and barriers for commercializing chemical and biosensors. • Networking for Young Professionals – Come build your network, establish collaborations, brainstorm new ideas, or find mentors! • IMCS Closing Ceremony – Help close out the week as we review the meeting highlights and celebrate the winners of the student presentation awards!


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ALS website forRRDE-3A Ver.3.0 RRDE-3A Rotating Ring Disk Electrode Apparatus Ver.3.0

Electrodes and Accessories for RRDE-3A

ALS provides a variety of electrodes and accessories to carry up the measurement with the RRDE-3A Ver.3.0. The set up below is for the measurement in an alkaline solution, where the RE-61AP Reference electrode for alkaline solution (Cat. No. 013694) and Sample vial for alkaline solution (Cat. No. 013582) were used.

Set up for measurement in alkaline solution Reference electrode (RE-61AP) Working electrode (RDE/RRDE/DRE)

For a wide range of the experimental purpose: - working electrode can be selected from disc (RDE), ring/disk (RRDE) and disk replaceable electrode (DRE). - all ALS reference electrode line up can be used. - sample vial and Teflon cap for 100 and 200 ml. Working electrode

Counter electrode (coiled Pt) DRE

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ALS website for RRDE-3A Ver.3.0 accessories and electrodes Exclusive distributor: BAS Inc. 1-28-12, Mukojima, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0033, Japan URL: https://www.als-japan.com


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Characterization of Corrosion Processes in Honor of Philippe Marcus Technical Editor: Gerald S. Frankel Guest Editors: Dev Chidambaram, Koji Fushimi, Vincent Maurice, Vincent Vivier

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Women in Electrochemistry

Technical Editor: Ajit Khosla Submissions Open: August 5, 2021 Deadline: November 3, 2021

Advanced Electrolysis for Renewable Energy Storage

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Biosensors and Nanoscale Measurements: In Honor of Nongjian Tao and Stuart Lindsay

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Recent Advances in Chemical and Biological Sensors & Micro-Nanofabricated Sensors and Systems

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Future of Intercalation Chemistry for Energy Storage and Conversion in Honor of M. Stanley Whittingham Technical Editor: Doron Aurbach Guest Editors: Brett Lucht, Louis Piper, Shirley Meng

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18th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS) – Volume Two

Technical Editor: Ajit Khosla Guest Editors: Peter Hesketh, Steve Semancik, Udo Weimar, Yasuhiro Shimizu, Joseph Stetter, Gary Hunter, Joseph Wang, Xiangqun Zeng, Sheikh Akbar, Muthukumaran Packirisamy, Rudra Pratap Deadline: August 4, 2021

Modern Electroanalytical Research in the Society for Electroanalytical Chemistry (SEAC) Technical Editor: David Cliffel Guest Editors: Lane Baker, Lanqun Mao, Frank Zamborini, Bo Zhang Deadline: September 1, 2021 14

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ECS Journals HOT TOPICS! Focus Issue on the 18th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS 18) - Volume Two 18th

Volume Two is a collection of papers accepted to the postponed 2020 International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS). The postponed meeting is re-scheduled in a digital format for May 30-June 3, 2021. IMCS, founded in Japan in 1983, is the largest and most-renowned conference in chemical sensors. Biannual IMCS meetings are unique opportunities to network with leaders in the field and companies commercializing chemical sensors for environmental, medical, healthcare, industry, and food safety applications.

ACCEPTING SYMPOSIA-RELATED PAPERS NOW! Technical Editor: Ajit Khosla Guest Editors: Peter Hesketh, Steve Semancik, Udo Weimar, Yasuhiro Shimizu, Joseph Stetter, Gary Hunter, Jospeh Wang, Xiangqun Zeng, Sheikh Akbar, Muthukumaran Packirisamy, Rudra Pratap Deadline: August 4, 2021

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IMCS - THE INTERNATIONAL MEETING ON CHEMICAL SENSORS Founded in 1983 in Fukuoka, Japan, the International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS) is the world’s largest and most-renowned conference in the scientific area of chemical and biochemical sensors. Held every two years, IMCS is the interdisciplinary forum for all aspects of innovative sensor research and technology. This conference provides an excellent opportunity to network with leaders in the field and with companies commercializing chemical and biochemical sensors for the environment, medical, healthcare, industry, and food safety application. It is the mission of the IMCS: • • • •

To be an interdisciplinary forum in the field of chemical sensors that includes physics, chemistry, materials science, and engineering disciplines (including biomedical engineering). To boost research and application in the field of chemical sensors. To be an international platform for discussion and exchange between experienced researchers and younger students To bring advanced science in close contact to market needs

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EXECUTIVE STEERING COMMITTEE Peter Lieberzeit, Chair Ralf Moos, Past Chair Peter Hesketh, Current Meeting Chair Yasuhiro Shimizu, Asia/Pacific Chair Jong-Heun Lee, Asia/Pacific Steve Semancik, Americas Chair Kevin Johnson, Americas Udo Weimar, Europe/Africa Chair Giorgio Sberveglieri, Europe/Africa AMERICAS MEMBERS OF THE STEERING COMMITTEE Sheikh A. Akbar, Guido M. Berlin, Peter Hesketh, Kevin Johnson, Muthukumaran Packirisamy, Joseph Stetter ASIAN/PACIFIC MEMBERS OF THE STEERING COMMITTEE Hyung-Gi Byun, Geyu Lu, Osamu Niwa, Hiroaki Suzuki, Zi-Long Tang, Wojtek Wlodarski EUROPEAN/AFRICAN MEMBERS OF THE STEERING COMMITTEE Zbigniew Brzozka, Julian W. Gardner, Juan Ramón Morante, Roberto Paolesse, Jean-Paul Viricelle HONORARY MEMBERS OF THE STEERING COMMITTEE Noboru Yamazoe ORGANIZING COMMITTEE Sheikh Akbar, Ohio State University, USA Farrokh Ayazi, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA Shekhar Bhansali, Florida International University, USA Vimal H. Chaitanya, New Mexico State University, USA Aicheng Chen, University of Guelph, Canada Pengyu Chen, Auburn University, USA Bryan Chin, Auburn University, USA Jin-Woo Choi, Louisiana State University, USA David E. Cliffel, Vanderbilt University, USA Uros Cvelbar, Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia Lili Deligianni, USA Zhifeng Ding, University of Western Ontario, Canada Angela M. Ervin, Department of Homeland Security, Science and Technology Directorate, USA Ingrid Fritsch, University of Arkansas, USA 29

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