Frontier Research in Electrochemistry

Electrochemical Terps

Outstanding Student Chapter Committed to Develop Cleaner, Safer, and More Efficient Energy.

ECS has a number of student chapters which provide an opportunity to understand electrochemical and solid-state sciences, to have a venue for meeting fellow students, and to receive recognition for organized scholarly activities and community services. ECS offers current members of Student Chapters free annual Student Memberships to qualified full-time students. Eligible students must be full-time undergraduate or graduates registered for a degree in natural science or engineering and a participating member of their Student Chapter.

"Example is Leadership”

—— Albert Schweitzer

Current Officers of The Student Chapter

Steven Lacey


Griffin Godbey

Vice President

Ian Robinson


Eugene Ostrovskiy


Latest News

Electrochemical Society Wins 2nd Student Chapter Award

The University of Maryland's student chapter of the Electrochemical Society (ECS) received one of two 2014 ECS Chapters of Excellence Awards. The group was recognized at the plenary session of the 226th Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, held in conjunction with the Sociedad de Eletroquímica meeting in Cancun, Mexico in October.

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Electrochemical Society Visit Congress to Raise Visibility for S&T

Students from the University of Maryland's Chapter of the Electrochemical Society (ECS) participated in the Science, Engineering, and Technology Congressional Visits Day (SET-CVD) on March 12-13, 2013 in Washington, DC. Ten UMD student from the ECS student chapter took part in the event, traveling to Capitol Hill to meet with Congressional staff members.

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Students Tour Lawrence Berkeley National Lab & PolyPlus Battery

The University of Maryland (UMD) student chapter of the Electrochemical Society (ECS) organized tours for student members during the 224th meeting of the ECS. The group visited Lawrence Berkeley National Lab’s (LBL) Advanced Light Source (ALS) and the PolyPlus Battery Company. UMD ECS chapter president and student of Materials Science and Technology Colin Gore arranged the event.

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