|9:00–9:10||Welcome & opening remarks|
|9:10–10:05*||Presentations from Gates’ group|
|10:05–11:00||Presentations from Warren’s group|
|11:50–12:00||Announcements & closing remarks|
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If you are interested in running for a position, please email email@example.com by Nov 3rd, 2020 to receive a Zoom link to attend our elections.
Please join us in this year’s BC Young Electrochemists Symposium at SFU on July 27th, 2018 in AQ 3005. This free, one day symposium provides students a great opportunity to network with other electrochemists from across BC to discuss research and form collaborations within our province. The event features invited speakers, catered lunch and coffee breaks, and poster competition with cash prizes. There will be a reception for the poster session with free appetizers and beverages.
You can view the official YES 2108 program here
Thank you all for your interest in this year’s event! Registration is now closed, we are looking forward to seeing you all at the symposium!
Thank you all for your interest, the deadline for registration has now passed.
TRIUMF is one of the world’s leading subatomic physics laboratories, located right here in Vancouver, BC. They are home to the world’s largest cyclotron particle accelerator, as well as a system of high-energy rare isotope beams. Please join us on November 24, 2017 for a guided tour of TRIUMF laboratories, where you will experience many of TRIUMPF’s experiments and facilities first-hand, as we follow the path of the proton from its origin, bound in a hydrogen atom, to its destination in targets and detectors.
We will be providing a FREE pizza lunch after the tour. Take advantage of this networking opportunity to discuss all the groundbreaking science being undertaken here in the lower mainland.
TRIUMF is located on the UBC campus and transportation will be provided from SFU. Visit the TRIUMF website for directions
Please join us in this year’s BC Young Electrochemists Symposium at UBC on August 4th, 2017 in the CHBE building. This free, one day symposium provides students a great opportunity to network with other electrochemists from across BC to discuss research and form collaborations within our province. The event features 6 invited speakers, catered lunch and coffee breaks, and a 3-minute thesis/poster competition with cash prizes. There will be a reception for the poster session with free appetizers, beer, and wine.
You can view the official YES 2107 program here
Dr. Hogan Yu, Professor at SFU
Dr. Loren Kaake, Professor at SFU
Dr. David Wilkinson, Professor at UBC
Dr. Dustin Banham, Ballard Power Systems
Benjamin Britton, Ionomr
Saad Dara, Mangrove Water Technologies
The ECS-BC Student Chapter is looking for enthusiastic electrochemists from UBC, SFU, and UVIC to continue organizing symposia and workshops for students. Being on the board provides an excellent opportunity to network not only with fellow students, but also individuals from local academic institutions and industries that are highly relevant in our field.
Positions that are available for 2017 (NOTE: generally each member shares roles and responsibilities):
- Steer meetings with the executive
- Plan meetings and agenda
- Assist in the logistics of the workshops and symposia
- Work out the locations of events, scheduling of speakers
- Manage funds for events
- Point of contact for fundraising through academia and industry
- Maintain ECS-BC website
- Email membership for events
- Liaise with electrochemical society for latest news and opportunities that can be relevant to the student membership
If you are interested in any of these positions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
Please join us in this year’s Modelling Workshop at SFU on November 7th, 2016. This year we will have two hands-on sessions, including learning to fit impedance (EIS) curves from Dr. David Harrington from the University of Victoria, and usage of the modelling software COMSOL by Priam Fernandes of COMSOL, Inc.
These are free workshops, where attendees can register for both events however it is bring your own lunch (several restaurants available at SFU) and bring your own laptop. Please note that we are limited to 25 registrants for each workshop, with details below:
Instructions from Dr. Harrington:We will use Aliaksandr Bandarenko and Genady Ragoisha’s EIS Spectrum Analyser, which may be downloaded here, and Bernard Boukamp’s KKtest for Windows which may be downloaded here.I will also demonstrate some algebraic manipulations in Maple, so it would be helpful but not necessary to have Maple or Mathematica installed.