Applications for this meeting must be submitted by December 10, 2017. Please apply early, as some meetings become oversubscribed (full) before this deadline. If the meeting is oversubscribed, it will be stated here. Note: Applications for oversubscribed meetings will only be considered by the Conference Chair if more seats become available due to cancellations.
The 2018 Gordon Research Conference (GRC) on Electrochemistry will highlight the latest advances in fundamental electrochemistry and interface engineering. The Conference will cover a broad range of topics including: electrocatalysis, organic electrochemistry, single entity electrochemistry, batteries, theory, simulations, bioelectrochemistry, and electroanalytical chemistry. The Conference will bring together prominent scientists and engineers at the forefront of their respective specialties, and will provide opportunities for post-doctoral fellows and graduate students to present their work at a preceding Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) and during the GRC poster sessions. The GRC will include a session of 10-minute talks devoted to highlighting the activities of young investigators and to "late-breaking topics". The talks will be chosen from the poster session. The collegial and collaborative atmosphere of both the GRS and GRC, with programmed discussion sessions as well as time for ad hoc informal gatherings in the afternoons and evenings, will provide an opportunity for rigorous scientific exchange and discussion of the many interdisciplinary areas represented.
This GRC will be held in conjunction with the "Electrochemistry" Gordon Research Seminar (GRS)
. Those interested in attending both meetings must submit an application for the GRS in addition to an application for the GRC. Refer to the associated GRS program page
for more information.
The Conference will consist of nine sessions, on the topics listed below. The Conference Chair is currently developing their preliminary program, which will include the names of the invited speakers and discussion leaders for each of these sessions. The preliminary program will be available by July 1, 2017. Please check back for updates.
Techniques for Evaluating Electrocatalysis
New Materials in Electrocatalysis
Electrochemical Theory and Simulations
Single Entity Electrochemistry