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ECS Membership


When you’re a part of ECS, you’ll be able to keep in touch with the latest scientific and technical advancements in the field; earn Author Choice Open Access Article Credits; enjoy the stimulation of personal association with fellow scientists and engineers; have access to special “members-only” services; and become part of a member-driven organization in an international community of your peers.

Individual Membership

In order to join ECS you must have a bachelor's degree in natural science or engineering, or seven years' undergraduate study and relevant work experience in electrochemistry or allied subjects. For a modest annual dues payment of $105, members receive a complete benefits package that includes online access to the ECS Digital Library, and a subscription to Interface magazine.

 

Student Membership

Student members must be full-time undergraduate or graduates registered for a degree in natural science or engineering or a full-time postdoctoral student in natural science or engineering. Annual dues are $25, for which students receive a complete benefits package that includes online access to the ECS Digital Library, and a subscription to Interface magazine. To renew your Student Membership, please return your dues renewal notice signed by a faculty member.

 

Institutional Membership

Available at five levels (Visionary, Benefactor, Patron, Sponsoring, and Sustaining), Institutional Membership enables all organizations concerned with solid-state and electrochemical science and technology to contribute to and benefit from the activities of ECS. For more information about the Institutional Membership program, please contact us at dan.fatton@electrochem.org.

 

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