The 231st Electrochemical Society Meeting is being held this year at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside in New Orleans, LA. The Hilton New Orleans Riverside is walking distance to many great restaurants and entertainment venues and is located in the heart of New Orleans on the banks of the Mississippi River. It is the perfect setting to engage in all that New Orleans has to offer.
ECS biannual meetings are a forum for sharing technical and scientific advances in electrochemistry and solid state science and technology. Scientists, engineers and industry leaders from around the world attend the technical symposia, poster sessions, professional development workshops and exciting networking opportunities and social events. The Electrochemical Society began in 1902 and was called the American Chemical Society. Its birthplace has the historic distinction of Philadelphia, PA, the birthplace of the United States. In 1903 Thomas Edison joined ECS and was a member for 28 years.
Gamry will be attending and exhibiting at the event and will be represented by Greg Martinchek, President of Gamry Instruments, John Zhang Instrumentation Chemist and Dr. Cynthia Schroll Product Marketing Specialist.
Registration is open for this event and discounted Early Bird Registration will end on May 1, 2017. For more information and to register, please visit the website of the 231st ECS Meeting at http://www.electrochem.org/231.
Gamry Instruments was found in 1989 designing and building precision electrochemical instrumentation and accessories. Their belief is that instruments should achieve a balance between performance and cost striving for innovative designs. Gamry’s world headquarters is based outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA with distributors and representatives in more than 50 countries.
In addition to quality electrochemical instruments and cell design, Gamry takes pride in offering top notch support both before and after the sale. The sales and technical support staff consists of electrochemists and engineers with real-word research experience.