Following the 20th century traditions of the strong Electrochemical Schools in the South-East European countries and their excellent networking, the regional electrochemical community treasured those achievements and applying  the networking opportunities of the 21st century, established  in 2008 the Regional Symposium on Electrochemistry – South East Europe (RSE-SEE),  thus contributing to the excellence in electrochemical science as part of the European Research Area. 

The First Regional Symposium on Electrochemistry – South East Europe was organized in Rovinj (Red Island), Croatia in 2009 as a scientific conference of a special type which gives an opportunity for the electrochemists of the region to come together, to present their recent results, exchange their ideas concerning the state-of-art problems of electrochemistry and also to carry out intensive discussions of key issues related to the research and applications of electrochemical science as well as to enhance the co-operation between the participants. The first, very successful meeting has been followed by four other symposia in Belgrade, Serbia in 2010, in Bucharest, Romania in 2012, in Ljubljana, Slovenia, in 2013, in Pravetz, Bulgaria in 2015 and on Balaton Lake, Hungaria in 2017; all of those fulfilled the expectations in every respects.

The regional student meetings are a satellite events in the frame of Regional Symposium on Electrochemistry – South East Europe (RSE- SEE), So far, three SATELLITE STUDENT REGIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON ELECTROCHEMISTRY - SSRSE have been held: in Belgrade in 2010, Bucharest in 2012 and  Sofia in 2015.

Next, 7th Regional Symposium on Electrochemistry – South East Europe in a row, will be held in Split, Croatia, May 2019.