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International Society of Electrochemistry
The International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE) is a global scientific society founded in 1949. The Head Office of ISE is located now in Lausanne, Switzerland. ISE is a Member Organization of IUPAC. The Society has now more than 1900 Individual Members, 15 Corporate Members (Universities and non-profit research organizations from Belgium, Croatia, Finland, Germany, India, Italy, New Zealand, Poland, Spain, Switzerland and Serbia) and 16 Corporate Sustaining Members. ISE has also 8 Divisions and Regional Representatives.
ISE's objectives are:
- to advance electrochemical science and technology
- to disseminate scientific and technological knowledge
- to promote international cooperation in electrochemistry
- to maintain a high professional standard among its members.
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