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  • Team | EcsIitm

    Student officers President Mohana Priya D B Working on solid-state electrolytes for all-solid-state batteries and anode materials for Li-ion battery. Vice President Swati Panigrahi Investigating on solid electrolytes in Li-ion and Li-S battery systems and Nitrogen reduction reactions. Secretary Anoop N A research scholar from Dept. of Chemical Engineering. Working on Electrochemical carbon dioxide reduction. Treasurer Sravani Potham Working in the field of hybrid supercapacitors and the research is indulged in developing novel and efficient electrode materials for hybrid metal-ion supercapacitors Member Ganapathi Rao Kandregula Solving the problems on energy conversion (DSSC), storage (supercapacitors), and photo-rechargeable devices. I am good at experiments, DFT, and Machine learning. For more details Click here Member Rashmi B Pursuing Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering. Works at the Electrochemical Engineering Laboratory. Research interests include Electrocatalysts and Fuel Cells. Member Abhilipsa Sahoo Working on Aqueous organic redox flow battery and Zinc bromide flow battery. Member Sayan Ghosh Working on solid-state electrolytes for all-solid-state batteries. Interested in fundamental charge transfer characteristics and SPM Member Y.V.S.Siva Ram Prasad Research scholar from Chemical Engineering department. Working on electrochemical CO2 reduction. Research interests include synthesis of electrocatalysts and CO2 electrolyser design. Member Nikhil G Mohan I am working on electrochemical ammonia synthesis and modelling of energy storage systems. Member Harun Khan Working on the development of energy storage systems in the clean energy lab, Dept. of Chemistry. Member Ram Kishore S I am working at EnERG lab, Dept of Applied Mechanics and my work is mainly on creating data models for batteries like vanadium redox flow batteries, zinc-air batteries, and zinc polyiodide batteries. Member Sreelakshmi P Wiil be updated soon... Member Sachithra K Wiil be updated soon... Member JAGANATHAN J Wiil be updated soon... Faculty Advisors Prof. Kothandaraman Ramanujam Dept. of Chemistry Prof. Raghuram Chetty Chemical Engineering Prof. Ramanathan S Chemical Engineering Dr. Raman Vedarajan Centre for Fuel Cell Technology PATRON Prof. Venkataraman Thangadurai University of Calgary

  • ECSI - ECS IITM Monthly Webinar | EcsIitm

    ECSI- ECS IITM Monthly Webinar Series Meeting link: Meeting number: 2518 369 6403 Access code: 25183696403 Meeting link: Meeting number: 2514 645 0081 Meeting password:12345

  • Home | EcsIitm

    ECS Indian Institute of Technology Madras Student Chapter ECSI - ECS IITMSC Monthly Webinar - Cli ck here* ECS News letter - Click here* Welcome to ECS IIT Madras student chapter!! The ECS Indian Institute of Technology Madras student chapter was founded on 25th October 2022. The faculty advisors are Prof. Kothandaraman Ramanujam, Prof. Raghuram Chetty, Prof. Ramanthan S, and Prof. Raman Vedarajan. This chapter aims at creating a platform for disseminating the knowledge of electrochemistry among student peers. The activities of the chapter include talks by eminent professors, industrial visits, and conducting workshops to popularize electrochemistry.

  • Workshop | EcsIitm

    International Workshop on Electrochemical Techniques for Next-Generation Batteries March 29-30, 2023 Organized by Department of Chemistry, SRMIST and ECS IITM Student Chapter Energy storage devices play critical role in 21st century towards energy security and inclusive growth of the society. This workshop revolves around the central topic of e-mobility market i.e. the development of high energy density electrode materials to reduce the upfront costs, increase the e-vehicles operating range, while dealing with safety aspects. Discussions beyond Li-ion technology such Na-ion chemistry, Li-Sulfur batteries, and flow batteries which are expected to widely dominate the storage devices due to their low-cost raw materials and safety features are featured as well. Demonstrations on various electrochemical techniques including impedance spectroscopy are included as well. Registration Link ABOUT THE SRM INSTITUTION SRM Institute of Science & Technology was initially started as SRM Engineering College in the academic year 1985 – 1986 at Kattankulathur, Chengalpattu District, Tamilnadu. Excellent infrastructure and world class facilities in these institutions help the students and faculty members to pursue their research in an efficient manner. Resource Persons Dr. Jagjit Nanda Stanford University, USA Prof. R. Kothandaraman IIT Madras Prof. Soorathep Kheawhom Chulalongkorn university, Bangkok Dr. M.V. Reddy Nouveau Monde Graphite, Canada Prof. P. Elumalai Pondicherry University Dr. Prasant Kumar Nayak SRMIST, KTR. Dr Sujith Kalluri Amrita School of Engineering, Amaravati. Dr. V .Kumaran SRMIST, KTR. Prof. S. Ramanathan IIT Madras Dr. T.Maiyalagan SRMIST, KTR.

  • Gallery | EcsIitm

    Inaugural Event ARCI Visit IECS-2023 (Quiz) Workshop (IWETNGB-2023) ECSI IITM Webinar Series Eminent Lecture Series Prof. Paulus

  • Events | EcsIitm

    Events ECS IITM Student Chapter Inaugural Event & Workshop Inaugural Lecture by Prof. A.K. Shukla, IISc Bengaluru, Invited lectures by Dr. R.Gopalan , Regional Director, ARCI-Chennai and Prof. N. Rajendran, Head, Dept. of Chemistry, Anna university Venue: T.T. Jagannathan auditorium, IC&SR building, IIT Madras Date: 10th December 2022. Time: 2:00 PM Registration is Free ​ Industrial Visit Half day visit to International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (ARCI) , Chennai Visit Date : 30 December 2022 ​ Guided by Dr. Raman Vedarajan and Mr. Ramakrishna ​ Fastest Finger First (Quizs) in International Conference on Energy Conversion and Storage (IECS-2023 ) Three sets of quizzes based on the basic electrochemistry and conference lectures during IECS-2023 Date:18-20th January 2023. Workshop (IWETNGB-2023) International Workshop on Electrochemical Techniques for Next-Generation Batteries Date : 29-30 March 2023 Organized by ECS IITM Students Chapter and Department of Chemistry, SRMIST Venue: Central Lecture theatre (CLT)(IIT Madras) Ven ​ ECSI-IITM Webinar Series

  • Eminent lecture series | EcsIitm

    Eminent Lecture Series

  • Contact us | EcsIitm

    Contact President, ECS-IITM Student Chapter, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai-600036, Tamil Nadu, India 8056283661 First Name Last Name Email Message Send Thanks for submitting!

  • ECS Membership | EcsIitm

    Membership Benefits of being an ECS member Becoming a member of ECS IITM comes with a number of benefits: Free ECS membership for one year Eligibility to apply for awards, summer fellowship, and travel grants to the ECS biannual meeting Access to the ECS Digital Library Receive 100 free downloads in the ECS Digital Library Networking opportunities A chance to enhance your career and research and more... ​ For more information about your benefits, visit . ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Benefits of associating with ECS IITM ​ Early invitation to workshop and other events conducted by the student chapter Opportunity for the industrial visits Hands-on/ capsule courses on electrochemical concepts Invitation to summits Opportunity to interact with people working on different electrochemistry topics ​ How to become part of ECS IITM? Follow the steps below to become part of the electrochemical society at IITM: Fill in the form below to become a member of the ECS IITM. After submitting the membership application below, you will receive an email confirmation with a link to the ECS membership form*. Fill out the form. You will be receiving an ECS ID in few days via mail, ​ *Please note that you must be a registered student or post doctoral fellow at the University in order to get the free ECS student chapter membership with the benefits listed above. For more information on eligibility and benefits, visit . ECS - IITM Membership Form Please take a moment to fill out the form. First Name Last Name Email Position at univerisity ID card number Affiliation Expected date of graduation Submit Thanks for submitting!

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