||Over last several years, increased research and development activities in the field of High Temperature Electrochemistry have been reported in several seminal publications in various journals dedicated to the discipline of electrochemical science and technology. These include battery science and technology, reactive and refractory metals, nuclear materials, light metals, and recycling industry. Of late, recycling industry has shown some remarkable developments in recovering valuable materials from recyclable materials that include spent batteries, magnets spent catalysts. Non-aqueous electrochemistry continues to play an important role in materials world. The time is rife to hold the third biennial symposium, titled, “High Temperature Electrochemistry III” to discuss many recent developments that have taken place in the domain of materials electrochemistry. The specific topics of interest for this symposium include the science and technology of molten salts, molten oxides and ionic liquids as applied to materials research including recycling of scraps, waste materials and manufacturing wastes. Papers covering all aspects of theoretical, experimental and modeling studies are being solicited for discussion in the conference.