Announcement: The Electrochemical Society will be retiring ECS Electrochemistry Letters (EEL) and ECS Solid State Letters (SSL) at the end of 2015. The last day that we will be accepting submissions to EEL and SSL is Monday, August 31. On Tuesday, September 1, we will begin accepting submissions of a new article type entitled “Communications” to the Journal of The Electrochemical Society (JES) and the ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology (JSS). Selected "Communications" articles will be awarded an "Editors Choice" designation.
ECS publications contain high impact research that becomes more and more relevant every day—a recent evaluation of ECS technical activities suggests that close to 65% of our published work involves the sustainability of our planet.
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ECS Transactions (ECST) is an online proceedings database of full-text content from ECS and ECS sponsored conferences. ECST provides up-to-date views on specialized topics and frequently offers comprehensive treatment of rapidly developing areas.
ECS Meeting Abstracts contain extended abstracts of the technical papers presented at the spring and fall meetings of ECS. The Society also publishes ECS Meeting Abstracts volumes for ECS sponsored conferences.
Published quarterly, Interface provides a forum for the lively exchange of ideas and news within international scientific community at-large. Content-rich and in full color, Interface engages readers with insightful updates from the Editor, a featured scientific research section, summaries of research breakthroughs and industry bulletins, and always delivers science at its best.
ECS Proceedings Volumes (PVs) contain papers presented in symposia at ECS meetings and topical conferences between 1967 and mid-2005. All full-text meeting papers after mid-2005 have been published in ECS Transactions.
ECS monographs provide authoritative, detailed accounts of specific topics in electrochemistry and solid-state science and technology. These titles are sponsored by ECS and published in cooperation with noted publishers such as John A. Wiley & Sons.