Important Announcement


Due to unforeseen circumstances, the symposium will be postponed till further notice.

SESEM 2020


2nd Singapore ECS international Symposium on Energy Materials will be held on April 1th - 5th, 2020 in Singapore. The meeting is to bring scientists in the materials or energy area to interact and discuss the advances and challenges in various fields. It aims to promote the interaction and new idea generation to push forward the research in the electrochemical community. The symposium include oral and poster presentations and will give the sponsor-named poster awards. We cordially invite you to participate in the event and look forward to meeting you soon.

Announcements


  1. Online registration for the Symposium is to be announced.
  2. Abstract submission is open. Please use the template and send the abstract to ecss@ntu.edu.sg

Sponsors


Topics


  • - In situ Characterization Techniques
  • - Electrochemical Sensors
  • - Energy Storage
  • - Electrocatalysis
  • - Membranes/Electrolytes
  • - Nanostructured Electrodes
  • - Electrochemical Synthesis
  • - Fundamental Electrochemistry
  • - Modelling and Simulations
  • - Bioelectrochemistry

Confirmed Speakers


  • - Prof. Ib Chorkendorff (DTU)
  • - Prof. Shizhang Qiao (University of Adelaide)
  • - Prof. Shouheng Sun (Brown University)
  • - Dr. Ifan E. L. Stephens (Imperial College London)
  • - Dr. Alexis Grimaud (Collège de France)
  • - Prof. Günther G. Scherer (Electrochemistry Tutorials)
  • - Prof. Shirley Y. Meng (University of California San Diego)
  • - Dr. Jovia Jiang (Wiley)
  • - Click here for the complete list of confirmed speakers

Committee


Organizing Committee

  • - Prof. Zhichuan (Jason) Xu, Nanyang Technological University
  • - Prof. Qinyu (Alex) Yan, Nanyang Technological University
  • - Prof. Jason Yeo Boon Siang, National University of Singapore
  • - Prof. Shuzhou Li, Nanyang Technological University
  • - Prof. Hongjin Fan, Nanyang Technological University

International Advisory Board

  • - Dr. Adrian Fisher, University of Cambridge
  • - Prof. Guenter Scherer, Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI), Switzerland, and TUM-CREATE, Singapore
  • - Prof. Gregory Jerkiewicz, Queen's University
  • - Prof. Shizhang Qiao, University of Adelaide 
  • - Prof. Xin Wang, Nanyang Technological University
  • - Prof. Harry Hoster, Lancaster University
  • - Prof. Yang Shao-Horn, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • - Prof. Marc Koper, Leiden University
  • - Prof. Jingguan Chen, Columbia University
  • - Prof. Richard Compton, University of Oxford

Venue - Nanyang Executive Centre


The meeting will be held at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, Nanyang Executive Centre at NTU.

Nanyang Technological University

Nanyang Technological University (NTU) is a research-intensive university with globally acknowledged strengths in science and engineering. The university has roots that go back to 1955 when Nanyang University was first set up. Today, NTU has four colleges with 12 schools, and four autonomous entities, the National Institute of Education, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Earth Observatory of Singapore, and Singapore Centre on Environmental Life Sciences Engineering. NTU provides a high-quality global education to more than 33,500 undergraduate and postgraduate students. The student body includes top scholars and international olympiad medallists from the region and beyond.

The Lecture Rooms and Auditorium at the Nanyang Executive Center are equipped with white boards and projectors.

Nanyang Executive Centre

Nanyan Technological University, 60 Nanyang View, Singapore 639673
Tel: (+65) 6790 6699 / 6790 6697
Website: www.ntu.edu.sg/nec
Email: ntu-nec@ntu.edu.sg

Getting there by Taxi

The most convenient way of getting to NTU from Changi Airport is by taxi. Taxis are available at the taxi stands at the Arrival Halls. Have the taxi driver take East Coast Parkway (ECP), then Pan Island Expressway (PIE) going towards Tuas, and exit at Pioneer North. At the main gate of the University, turn right into Nanyang Crescent. Not far away, you will be able to see a blue signage ?Nanyang Executive Centre? on your left. Turn left, drive along and you will notice the prominent building.

The ride will take around 30 to 40 minutes in smooth traffic. Taxis from the airport levy a S$3 surcharge on top of the metered fare.

Getting there by Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) and Bus

Should you choose to take the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system, the Changi Airport MRT station is accessible from the Arrival Halls at Terminal 2 and Terminal 3. Take the west-bound MRT from Changi Airport Station, transfer at Tanah Merah Station, and alight at Boon Lay Station on the East-West line. This trip will take around an hour. You may purchase a Standard Ticket for a single trip on the MRT from the General Ticketing Machine (GTM) located at the MRT station. The price includes a refundable deposit of $1 which can be claimed from the GTM by returning the ticket within 30 days after the date of purchase.

SMRT Route map: http://www.smrt.com.sg/Trains/NetworkMap.aspx

From Boon Lay MRT station to the Nanyang Executive Centre at NTU, you can take a short taxi ride of about 10 minutes. Alternatively, take public bus number 179 or 199 from Boon Lay Bus Interchange (located next to the MRT station). Do have some change ready for the bus fare. At the NTU campus, alight at B05 "Canteen 2" bus stop if you take bus 179, or B09 "Hall 8" bus stop if you take bus 199. Thereafter, take a 5-minute walk from the bus stop to the Nanyang Executive Centre.