Previous meetings of the Division have been:
- 19th Australian/New Zealand Electrochemistry Symposium (19ANZES), 26 November 2013, Ian Wark Lecture Theatre, CSIRO Central Precinct, Clayton, Melbourne. Keynote speakers were Prof. David Williams from the University of Auckland, New Zealand and Prof. Julie Macpherson from the University of Warwick, UK. The 2013 A.M. Bond medal for excellence by a young researcher was awarded to Dr Debbie Silvester of Curtin University. Download oral presentations here and poster presentations here. This meeting was preceded by The Future of Australian Electrochemistry on 25 November 2013. This was an ISE-sponsored student-focused meeting.
- 18th Australian Electrochemistry Symposium held at Curtin University, Bentley Campus, Perth, Western Australia held on Sunday 15th April 2012. The symposium featured three award winning lectures by the 2012 recipients of the Electrochemistry Division’s Bryer, Stokes, and Bond medals. Download the proceedings of both meetings here. The meeting was held back-to-back with the 10th International Society of Electrodchemistry (ISE) Spring Meeting, April 16-19, 2012, Perth. The theme of the meeting was "New approaches to nanostructuring electrodes for electroanalysis and energy storage".
Electrochemistry Division Medals
The Bruno Breyer Medal, for internationally-recognized contributions in the field of electrochemistry, the R.H. Stokes Medal, for distinguished research in the field of electrochemistry carried out mainly in Australia, and the A.M. Bond medal for excellence by a young researcher, are periodically awarded at meetings of the Division. Please forward nominations to the EDRACI Secretary.
Past medal awards:
18AES 15 April 2012, Curtin University,
Breyer Medallist: Professor Joseph Wang (University of California, San Diego).
Stokes Medallist: Professor Justin Gooding (University of New South Wales).
Inaugral Bond Medallist: Dr Jie Zhang (Monash University)
RACI 2010, 4-8 July 2010, Melbourne. The National Convention of the RACI.
12AEC, 4-8 July, 2004, held at Conrad Jupiters on the Gold Coast in conjunction with INTERACT 2004
Breyer Medallist: Professor Alan MacDiarmid (University of Pennsylvania).
Stokes Medallist: Professor Gordon Wallace (University of Wollongong).