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2017 International Conference on Electrochemistry and Energy Storage (China)
Friday 1st December 2017 - Sunday 3rd December 2017$400
$400 USD (standard) – $550 (presenters)
Invitation to submit papers:
Colleagues are invited to submit papers to the conference on the following subjects:
• Bioelectrochemistry and Biological Interfaces
• Bioenergetics and Photobioelectrochemistry
• Nanoscale electrochemistry
• Electrochemical Process Technology and Engineering
• Frontiers in Analytical Electrochemistry and Sensing
• Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion
• Energy Storage Materials and Technology
• Capacitor and Supercapacitor
• Fuel Cell Materials
• Heat Storage Materials
• Capacitive Energy Storage
• Energy Storage Technology for Application
• Other Related Topics
|You are welcome to submit your unpublished papers/abstracts to our conference through paper submission system. All the accepted papers will be published by “Journal of Power and Energy Engineering”|
The 2017 International Conference on Electrochemistry and Energy Storage (CEES 2017) will be held from December 1-3, 2017 in Sanya, China. This Conference will cover issues on Electrochemistry and Energy Storage.
CEES 2017 is sponsored by Engineering Information Institute, Open Access Library, Scientific Research Publishing, and 1000thinktank. It dedicates to creating a stage for exchanging the latest research results and sharing the advanced research methods.
Sanya is known as “the oriental Hawaii” and “Sunshine City” because of its special tropical scenes as well as its attractive nature. Sanya’s tourist resources, richly endowed by nature, are not only special in China, but also rare in the world. Within the city, well-known tourist spots are dotted everywhere–the national Yalong Tourist Area, the Tianyahaijiao, the Great Eastern Sea, the Luhuitou Peninsula, Sanya Bay and the Luobi Grotto. Besides these, there remain the ancient Yazhou City and relics and a sculpture of the Monk Jianzhen of the Tang Dynasty, who landed ashore to avoid a storm when he was sailing eastwards to Japan.