The Electrochemistry GRC is a premier, international scientific conference focused on advancing the frontiers of science through the presentation of cutting-edge and unpublished research, prioritizing time for discussion after each talk and fostering informal interactions among scientists of all career stages. The conference program includes a diverse range of speakers and discussion leaders from institutions and organizations worldwide, concentrating on the latest developments in the field. The conference is five days long and held in a remote location to increase the sense of camaraderie and create scientific communities, with lasting collaborations and friendships. In addition to premier talks, the conference has designated time for poster sessions from individuals of all career stages, and afternoon free time and communal meals allow for informal networking opportunities with leaders in the field.
Please join us for the 52nd Gordon Research Conference (GRC) on Electrochemistry. This meeting will consist of 9 oral sessions that give attendees a look into the future of electrochemistry, highlighting the latest advancements in the field. The sessions will include fundamental, theoretical, and applied electrochemistry with the latest, unpublished results in electrocatalysis, electrochemical energy, molecular and materials electrosynthesis, bioelectrochemistry, new methods of characterizing the electrode/solution interface, electroanalytical chemistry, and electrochemistry in non-traditional environments. Talks will be given by a diverse group of established leaders and young scientists from academics, industry, and national labs across the globe. The daily poster sessions and an open oral session will give all attendees the opportunity to present their most recent research. A feature of this meeting is the Gordon Research Seminar (GRS), which gives graduate and postdoctoral students a chance to present research, discuss science, network, and socialize on Saturday and Sunday before the first GRC session on Sunday night. This meeting will also include a GRC Power Hour to provide an opportunity for more networking, professional development, and open discussion about important societal issues affecting our profession. Our main goals during the week are to stimulate discussion following the talks and promote interactions during the poster sessions while also providing ample time for informal activities, collaboration, and socializing with fellow scientists in a welcoming environment. Please join in on this tradition of a diverse group of scientists meeting to share their passion for electrochemistry.