The Division of Analytical Chemistry is offering travel awards for Younger Chemists (under age 35) to travel to a meeting to present the results of their research.
Registration for The Society for Electroanalytical Chemistry the Fourth SEAC Student Group Meeting (SEAC-SGM), held 2/24/2024 in San Diego, CA is now open!
SEAC members Lane Baker and Ashley Ross organized a Gordon Research-like event for students, concurrent with Pittcon (this is the 2nd time in person, the last being Pittcon 2020 in Chicago). Approximately 50 student and postdoctoral members of SEAC met the Saturday before Pittcon to discuss science and make new friends. A total
Another recent update to the website member profiles is a section where you can share your social media links! Several users have asked how to share their ORCiD and other social media links on their SEAC Member profile. We have this implemented now. You can link the following socials: ORCiD Twitter Facebook Instagram LinkedIn
When this new website was launched in 2021, the idea was to offer each member a rich profile space. These member profiles could serve as a digital benefit to membership – connection to other SEAC members online! The idea was to foster putting a face to the names that one reads on papers – namely
Having a username and password for websites can get cumbersome. It’s easy to forget your login and password, especially when you need it the most. Members have asked for a way to sign in to seac.online with their Google account. Look no further – the feature is here! There are several ways to link your
Organized by SEAC members Martin Edwards and Stephen Maldonado, the organized symposium for students was a great success. Presenters delivered high-energy 20-minute presentations on a broad range of topics in electroanalytical chemistry, which were followed by lively discussion with the audience. Attendees were to treated to talks on topics including sensing, cancer diagnostics,
On Tuesday, 21 March 2023, students presented their posters in the SEAC Student Poster Session at Pittcon. Volunteer judges from SEAC enjoyed their time engaging with students and learning about their hard work in the lab. This year, three students were selected for SEAC Poster Awards.
Pittcon 2023 was a great time this year and it was so great to see each other again and catch up. We want to give some special recognition to our student travel awardees. SEAC was able to award five students this year. They are profiled below.
SEAC Reception and Dinner Celebration Finally, after two years of COVID causing cancellation of in-person Pittcon, SEAC is excited to announce the Reception and Dinner, honoring Charles N. Reilley and Royce W. Murrary Young Investigator Awardees. We will take the opportunity to honor the awardees from 2021, 2022, and 2023:
Hang Ren is organizing the Advances in Electrochemistry symposium under Analytical Division (ANYL) at the 2023 Spring ACS National Meeting in Indianapolis, IN, from March 26 to 30. He would like to invite you to submit an abstract for oral and poster presentations. Abstract submission is due Oct 17, 2023, and is available online at this
Content from: R. Mark Wightman Dear SEAC Community, The celebration of life of Royce W. Murray will begin at 2 pm, October 22, 2022 and will be held in the large classroom in Murray Hall, room G202. The presentations will also be broadcast over Zoom and
The Division of Analytical Chemistry is offering travel awards for Younger Chemists (under age 35) to travel to a meeting to present the results of their research. Individuals who may not have previously been able to participate in professional meetings are particularly encouraged to apply. Applications are due Nov 1 for winter
The American Chemical Society Division of Analytical Chemistry encourages undergraduate students to apply for the I. M. Kolthoff Enrichment Awards for Undergraduate Students to present their research in spring 2023 at either PITTCON or the spring ACS meeting. The award provides reimbursement of up to $750 in travel expenses. Applications are due January 9, 2023.
Students and Post-Doc electrochemical scientists: Come to Pittcon and attend the 3rd SEAC Student Group Meeting on March 18, 2023 in Philadelphia, PA!
The SEAC membership is saddened by the passing of Professor Royce W. Murray, for whom the SEAC Royce W. Murray Young Investigator Award honors. Professor Murray is remembered for his committed mentoring of young electroanalytical chemists and for his broader contributions to scientific research and professional service that have been a guide
Mark your calendars! The SEAC Student Group Meeting (SEAC-SGM) will be held in Philadelphia, PA on the Saturday prior to Pittcon, which is March 18, 2023. The meeting is for student members (graduate and undergraduate) and post-docs. More information will be coming in the future. For any immediate questions,
With the drastic reduction of the Pittcon 2022 schedule, our student members lost a valuable opportunity to present their work in front of an audience and we all missed an opportunity to hear about the outstanding science that they have been performing. To remedy this situation, we are holding the SEAC – The Student Session in Electroanalysis (Pittcon 2022) on Friday, 17 June 2022, consisting of talks and posters from rising starts in our field.
In lieu of an in-person Pittcon this year, the Board of Directors met virtually on April 18, 2022 for their annual meeting. During the meeting, Board Member Tim Paschkewitz presented the following resolution during new business: WHEREAS, the bylaws of the Society of Electroanalytical Chemistry (SEAC)
This focus issue of the Journal of The Electrochemical Society is a collection of papers from members of the Society for Electroanalytical Chemistry (SEAC), as well as non-members, on their cutting-edge research. Members of the SEAC work in diverse fields of electrochemistry including the fundamental study of the electrochemical interface, nanoelectrochemistry, electrochemical sensors, spectroelectrochemistry, electrochemical imaging, in-vivo
Pittcon 2022 was originally set to be an in-person event in Atlanta, GA from 5 – 9 March 2022. It was cancelled/moved to a virtual event due to COVID-19 pandemic concerns. While we all will miss being together, Pittcon has put together a FREE virtual conference over the span of a couple months, making virtual attendance and participation quite easy to schedule. Below we bring some of these Award Sessions and Sympoisa to your attention.
This year, we received 83 ballot submissions. This is up from last year – thank you to all who voted. We are excited to announce the results of the election. This was the first election we have conducted through our new website. Please contact us to share any feedback with the process you encountered. Congratulations to those elected!
SEAC Board of Directors (BOD) held a virtual meeting on August 15, 2021. Focus of this meeting was to consider revisions to the Awards Committee makeup and processes, which were first raised at the BOD meeting earlier this year at Pittcon. At this meeting, an amendment to change Article VII, Section 5 (Awards Committee) was
SEAC wishes to remember Janet (Osteryoung) Jones, who passed away from a long illness on September 21, 2021. She was well known for her contributions to electroanalytical chemistry, namely in the development of Square Wave Voltammetry (SWV). Janet was very active in SEAC and she will be remembered fondly. Janet was a founding leader of
The new website enables many tools that were not previously available to SEAC. For example, the new site brings about a codified and consistent efficiency to the way in which we do things. Those who came before managed the organization as best they could, given the society’s resources and member’s own valuable (lack of) time.
As the dust settles on launching the new website, you might get a few emails from us. Thank you for your patience. We are rolling out quite a few new aspects of the site. Eventually, we are going to move our email communications to go through the new site. As a result, we are following
Students and Post-Doc electrochemical scientists: Come to Pittcon and attend the 2nd SEAC Student Group Meeting on March 5, 2022 in Atlanta, GA!
We suspect that many of you might have already logged into the website, modified with your profile, maybe made a Recommendation submission…or maybe not! We have a few “getting started” with the new website tasks that will help everyone get the most out of SEAC, and more specifically, harness the power of this new website.
We will be ordering pins for our SEAC Student Members. We have not offered them before, so your input on their design would be helpful. What do you think? Vote below! [wpforms
Welcome to the new SEAC website! We are so pleased to have you here. There are so many things to see and do, so please take your time exploring. Since the site is new there may be some jagged edges here and there. Please don’t worry – but do feel free to let us know!
It has been many years since SEAC has significantly updated their internet presence. For countless years, Sam Kounaves has developed and maintained our old website. We cannot thank him enough for the years of service he has given to SEAC. Thank you, Sam! As with anything on the internet, it is time for a refresh. We will never forget our classic website. While almost everything has been carried over to the new website, the content of the old website will continue to be accessible; however, electroanalytical.org will now forward to our new home at seac.online.
For Pittcon 2022 and for the eighth year running, SEAC will host another special session dedicated entirely to oral presentations by student and postdoctoral researchers. Stephen Maldonado and Martin Edwards will organize “SEAC – The Student Session in Electroanalysis,” a feature event at Pittcon that highlights new faces in electrochemistry. The spirit of this session