||This symposium will provide a forum for papers that relate to advancements in all aspects of high temperature electrochemistry, from the fundamental to the empirical and from the theoretical to the applied. The term high temperature is meant to imply that the organizers wish to focus the symposium on topics related to non-aqueous electrolytes such as molten salts, molten oxides, other ionic liquid media, and ionic solid media.
The organizers are soliciting papers from authors who are engaged in scientific and engineering aspects of electrorefining, electroreduction, electrowinning, and electrosynthesis. Topics involving the application of electrochemistry to the nuclear fuel cycle, chemical sensors, energy storage, materials synthesis, refractory metals and their alloys, and alkali and alkaline earth metals are welcome. Also of interest are papers that discuss various technical, economic, and environmental issues associated with plant operations and industrial practices