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Random information on the term “ETS”:
The European Thermoelectric Society (ETS) is a non-profit organization founded in 1995. The goals of the ETS are to promote European research and development activities and professional networking in the field of thermoelectricity.
At present, the society has hundred-some members on average and its domicile is the Institute for Materials Sciences (Chair of Materials Chemistry) at the University of Stuttgart/Germany.
The idea to establish a ″thermoelectric network″ within the European Union started to take shape at the 1st European Workshop on Thermoelectricity in Dresden/Germany in October 1994. The actual foundation assembly of the European Thermoelectric Society with participants from eight European countries was held in Cologne/Germany in February 1995. The first elected president was Hubert Scherrer (France).
The ETS aims to represent the interests of everyone in Europe involved in thermoelectricity. It offers a platform to the European thermoelectric community to improve exchange of information and pool resources. On the other hand, it acts as a single point of contact for economy, politics and the interested public. It is committed to watch trends, give directions for future activities, develop visions, and render guidance to those interested in the field. An important function is to raise awareness of thermoelectricity and its applications in Europe.