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      ECS CUSAT Student Chapter was formed on November 2008. The formal inaguration of the chapter is held on 28th February 2009. Various programmes being organized by ECS CUSAT Student Chapter.

     ECS was founded in 1902 as an international nonprofit, educational organization concerned with a broad range of phenomena relating to electrochemical and solid-state science and technology. ECS's objectives are:

  • to advance the theory and practice of electrochemistry, solid-state science, and allied subjects;

  • to encourage research and dissemination of knowledge in these fields; and

  • to assure the availability of adequate training and education of fundamental and applied scientists and engineers in these fields.


Born as the American Electrochemical Society in 1902, the Society's name was changed to The Electrochemical Society in 1930 to more accurately reflect its international activities and membership. ECS has grown and continued to respond to the changing technical needs and interests of its members; and in 2000, adopted the official acronym of ECS, to encompass long tradition of advancing the theory and practice of both solid-state and electrochemical science and technology. ECS continues to disseminate information through individual membership, corporate membership, student services, technical journals, a quarterly news magazine, books, technical meetings, awards; and to provide networking contacts through ECS's Divisions and Sections. ECS bridges the gaps among academia, research, and engineering-bringing together scientists from around the world for the exchange of technical information. This unique blend provides an unparalleled forum for the integration of these areas of science and technology.