Dr. Allen J. Bard, notable figure in electroanalytical chemistry, retires from the Department of Chemistry at The University of Texas at Austin. An article, which is very enjoyable to read, has been published by the University of Texas.
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!
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 …