The Society was founded in 1933 to foster scientific and industrial progress in the fields of electrochemistry and industrial physical chemistry.
Rapid changes in both academic and industrial environments have been seen, with important increases in the scope covered by the discipline of electrochemistry, as well as in the circumstances affecting the industry in the intervening years.
The Society continues to remain responsive to this rapid progress and to contribute significantly to advances in this field.
- Holding research meetings and seminars on electrochemistry
- Publication of journal and academic books on electrochemistry
- Collection and offer of the information on electrochemistry
- International activities that contribute to the development of electrochemistry
- Spread, education and public relations activity on electrochemistry
- Grant for the researchers of electrochemistry
- Projects necessary for achievement of the purposes of the Society in addition to above