Welcome to Electrochem 2022

Electrochem 2022 is part of the long-running Electrochem conference series that takes place at a different location within the UK or Ireland in August/September every year. The conference is organised jointly by the Royal Society of Chemistry's Electrochemistry and Electroanalytical Sensing Systems interest Groups, and the Society of Chemical Industry's Electrochemical Technology group. The conference will also include the 63rd Corrosion Science Symposium organised by the Institute of Corrosion.

Whereas Electrochem 2021 was held online last year, Electrochem 2022 will be held in person on 4-6 September 2022 at The University of Edinburgh's John McIntyre Conference Centre in the Pollock Halls of Residence area, nearby the city's Holyrood Park.

Electrochem 2022 will include a number of high-profile plenary lectures and award ceremonies, but also aims at actively encouraging student participation through talks, poster sessions and the opportunity to rub shoulders with some of the world-leading experts in the field. Student rates are heavily subsidised and both RSC and SCI provide generous bursaries and presentation awards to maximize student participation.

Key Dates and Deadlines

NOTE: Due to an unprecedented number of abstract submissions and delegate registrations, we expect to bring the poster abstract submission and registration processes to a close way before the deadlines stated below.   

Oral abstract Early-bird registation Poster abstract Standard registration

8 July
(extended to
22 July!)

15 July
5 August
26 August (registration closed early!)

Conference themes

Electrochemists, Electrochemical Engineerings and Corrosion Specialists from all over UK, Ireland and abroad will gather to present and discuss new insights into electrochemical science and their latest research results through parallel sessions that will cover every topic within Fundamental and Applied Electrochemistry, which will be divided into five broad themes. 

  • Energy and Environmental
  • Biotechnology
  • Electroanalysis and Sensors
  • Fundamental and Applied Electrochemistry
  • Corrosion Science and Engineering