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The ECS Lecture

SPRING FALL
2014
Charles M. Lieber
Nanowires: From Nanocomputing to Nano-Bioelectronics

2013
Michael Mayberry
The Frontier of Electronics Research
2013
Mark S. Wrighton
America’s Energy Future: Science, Engineering, and Policy Challenges
2012
Bruno Scrosati
Will It Be a Tank of Lithium to Drive Our
Next Car?
PRiME 2012
Tadashi Matsunaga
Cell Bioelectrochemistry and Biomagnets
2011
Jeffery Dahn
How Can One Tell if a Li-Ion Battery Will Last for Decades in Only Three Weeks of Testing?
2011
Mark Verbrugge
Energy and Personal Transportation
2010
William Banholzer
The Future of Energy Conversion: A Perspective from the Chemical Industry
2010
Shuji Nakamura
Current and Future Status of Nitride-based Solid State Lighting
2009
Federico Capasso
Quantum Cascade Lasers for the Mid- to Far-Infrared: Band-Structure Engineering, Beam Engineering and Applications
2009
Martin Stratmann
Electrochemical Design of Novel Zinc Alloys for the Corrosion Protection of Steel
2008
Sumio Iijima
Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes: Synthesis, Modification, and Characterizations
2008
Tetsuya Osaka
New Developments in Electrochemical Nano-Technology
2007
James M. Tour
NanoCars and Hybrid Silicon/Molecule Devices
2007
Bernard S. Myerson
The Origins of and Imperative for Green IT
2006
Ralph Overend
Renewable Energy: Progress and Promise
2006
José Luis Fernández Zayas
Science and Technology Policy in Mexico for the 21st Century
2005
Arthur Carty
Successes and Future Challenges for Canadian Research and Development
2005
Nathan S. Lewis
Scientific Challenges in Sustainable Energy Technology
2004
Richard Alkire
Molecular Engineering in an Age of Discovery and Information
2004
Masuo Aizawa
Innovative Challenges of Bioelectronics
2003
Gerd Binnig
Nanotechnology: The Path to Handling Complexity?
2003
Fritz Kalhammer
When Will We Be Able to Buy and Drive Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles?
2002
Arnold Thackray
Chemistry Is Electric
2002
Carol Jensen
New Chemical Technologies – The Dow Perspective
2001
William D. Phillips
Almost Absolute Zero: The Story of Laser Cooling and Trapping
2001
Bertram Batlogg
Field-Induced Charges in Organic Crystals: New Perspectives for Science and Technology
2000
Stevan Harnad
Freeing the Refereed Journal Literature Online Through Public Self-Archiving
2000
Carl Djerassi
NO on Electrochemistry
1999
Alan G. Miller
Aerospace Materials for the 21st Century
1999
Kenichi Honda
Recent Progress in Photoelectrochemistry
1998
C. Judson King
The Research University of the Twenty-First Century
1998
John Horgan
The Beginning of the End of Science
1997
Gordon E. Moore
Fifty Years of Semiconductor Technology
1997
Laurence M. Peter
Many Hands Make Light Work: Recent Progress in Photochemistry
1996
Rudolph Marcus
Electron Transfers in Electrochemistry, Chemistry, and Biology
1996
Guenter W. Gross
Eavesdropping on Neuronal Networks with Photoetched Multi-electrode Arrays
1995
Jiri Janata
Nuclear Waste - Scientific Liability, Challenge, and Opportunity
1995
Janet G. Osteryoung
Opportunities at the Interface
1994
David A. Hodges
Competitive Semiconductor Manufacturing
1994
Robert Baboian
Electrochemical Technology and the Conservation of Sculpture - Cherish the Patina
1993
M. Patrick McCormick
Global Environmental Impact on Volcanic Eruptions
1993
Richard E. Smalley
From Buckyballs to Bucky Tubes: New Possibilities in Nano-Technology
1992
George E. Brown, Jr.
Government Initiatives in Material Science
1992
Peter Morand
Energy and the Environment - What Are the Options?
1991
Frederick M. Bernthal
The Strategic Importance of Science and Technology in the 21st Century
1991
1. L. Pearce Williams
Michael Faraday, A Biography

2. Sir John Meurig
Michael Faraday and the Royal Institution

3. Neil W. Ashcroft
Cause and Chance, and the Future Direction of Condensed Matter Science

4. Adam Heller
On the Impact of Electrochemistry on Biomedicine and the Environment
1990
Hugh Wynne-Edwards
The Future is Electric
1990
Terry Cole
Electrochemical Technology in the Space Program
1989
William G. Ouchi
The Logic of Joint Research and Development
1989
Allen J. Bard
The Limits of Electrochemistry
1988
Robert J. Cava
High Temperature Superconductivity: What is Understood, What is Mystery
1988
Ralph E. Gomory
Learning from the Product Cycle
1987
Arnold Thackray
What's Past is Prologue: Two-Hundred Years of Chemistry in America
1987
Robert C. Eberhart
Biocompatible Chemical Sensors: Progress and Problems
1986
William A. Edelstein
NMR Imaging - Medical and Technical Applications
1986
Charles F. Drexel
Semiconductor Processing Equipment, Technology Forecast
1985
Yoshiyuki Takeishi
Present and Future VSLI Technology
1985
J. Stuart Fordyce
Space Station: Present and Future
1984
Ralph E. Gormory
Future Technology of Computers
1984
Philip H. Kelly
Technical Challenges in Oil and Gas Producing Operations
1983
C. Lester Hogan
VLSI Processes and the Future
1983
Alan G. Chynoweth
The Photonics Revolution
1982
Larkin Kerwin
The Need for Constancy in Research and Development
1982
W. Dale Compton
The Role of Electrochemistry in the Automotive Environment
1981
Gordon Moore
A Perspective on VLSI
1981
Donald L. Feucht
Solar Energy Research at SERI
1980
D. J. BenDaniel
Energy Conversion through Semiconductor AC Motor Drives
1980
N. Bruce Hannay
The Great Innovation Debate
1979
Philip Morrison
Microwatts to Supernovae - and Up
1979
Rudolph A. Marcus
Theory of Electron and Proton Transfer Reactions at Electrodes
1978
Philip N. Sawyer
Application of Electrochemical Technique to Problem Solving in Medicine
1978
H. W. Paxton
The Changing Scene in Steel
1977
Guyford Stever
The Current State of Science and Technology
1977
Paul Dean Maycock
Solar Energy - Can We Make it Happen?
1976
Vittorio de Nora
Recent Developments and New Avenues in Electrochemical Processing Technology
1976
Gabor A. Somerjai
Correlations of Structure, Composition and Catalytic Activity at the Solid-Gas and Solid-Liquid Interfaces
1975
William G. Schneider
Science and Technology - The New Challenges
1975
John S. Foster, Jr.
Energy - The Short and Long of It
1974
Arthur L. Schawlow
1974
J. Herbert Hollomon
Technology and the Changing Society
1973
Arthur M. Bueche
Energy Options
1973
Harvey Brooks
Science and the Future of Economic Growth
1972
John D. Hoffman
Measures for Environmental Measurement
1972
Bernd T. Matthias
What This Country Needs is a Good Battery, In the Meantime
1971
Frederick Seitz
Science and the University
1971
Arthur von Hippel
Molecular Understanding of Electrochemical Processes by Ice Research
1970
Leo Brewer
Electrons - The Universal Glue
1970
Nathan E. Promisel
The Scientific Society and National Materials Problems


Joseph W. Richards Memorial Lecture

1958
Abner Brenner
Electrolysis of Nonaqueous Solutions
1953
William Shockley
Transistor Physics
1951
J. O'M. Bockris
Electrochemical Overpotential
1949
Oliver W. Storey
Research in Industry - Is Government Antagonistic to It?
1946
Steward J. Lloyd
Freedom in Science
1943
B. D. Saklatwalla
Thermal Reactions in Ferro-Alloy Metallurgy, the Basis of Alloy Steel Development
1941
Vladimir K. Zworykin
The Electron Microscope
1939
Bradley Stoughton
Modern Marvels of Electrometallurgy
1938
Charles H. Herty
The Utilization of Southern Pine
1936
Karl K. Darrow
Electricity in Gases
1934
S. Landis, Joseph W. Richards
The Teacher - The Industry
1933
R. S. Hutton
Faraday and His Electrochemical Researches
1932
John A. Mathews
The Electric Furnace and the Alloy Age
 
 

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