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A certificate in Nanotechnology will be offered for attendance of two tutorials
Online Registration Opens for ESTECH 2006
Rolling Meadows, IL | Posted on December 21, 2005
Online registration is now open for the Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology (IEST) ESTECH 2006, the 52nd annual technical meeting and exposition! The meeting will take place May 7-10 at the Hyatt Regency Phoenix in Phoenix, Arizona. Learn from industry experts through tutorials, seminars/workshops, and working group meetings, as well as state-of-the-art displays in the exhibition. Gain or improve job performance through certificates in coursework, find practical solutions through presentations on recent research, and discover products and services to increase efficiency.
Register and review the complete program with information on tutorials, seminars/workshops, working group schedules, and the exhibition at www.iest.org. Early bird registration ends April 7, 2006.
ESTECH 2006 will focus on the field of nanotechnology this year. A certificate in Nanotechnology will be offered for attendance of two tutorials, Nanotechnology Facility Design and Construction: The Next Generation of Cleanrooms and Application of ISO 14644-7, Separative devices (clean air hoods, gloveboxes, isolators, and minienvironments) to Nanotechnology. At the Fall Conference, four new working groups were formed related to the Nanotechnology field. These groups will meet for the first time at ESTECH 2006. To celebrate this venture, an iPod Nano will be given to an attendee who visits every tabletop at the expo with their “Exhibitor Passport.”
Also new to IEST, professionals in the design, test, and evaluation/product reliability industry will have the chance to receive an intermediate certificate. The certificate program, Intermediate Environmental Testing, will cover four tutorials: Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) and Beyond–Environmental Chamber Control; Generating Time Histories that Match a Shock Response Spectrum; Environmental Stress Screening and Its Relationship to Design Characterization; and Force Limited Vibration Testing.
The conference and exhibition focus on the concerns of professionals in the fields of contamination control, product reliability, and design, test, and evaluation. ESTECH 2006 is an excellent opportunity for professionals to meet and do business with key people in the international community of environmental sciences. Attendees come from around the world for the technical expertise presented at the ESTECH conference and exhibition.
Founded in 1953, IEST is an international technical society of engineers, scientists, and educators that serves its members and the industries they represent (simulating, testing, controlling, and teaching the environments of earth and space) through education and the development of recommended practices and standards.
IEST is an ANSI-accredited standards-developing organization; Secretariat of ISO/TC 209 Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments; Administrator of the ANSI-accredited US TAG to ISO/TC 209; and a founding member of the ANSI-accredited US TAG to ISO/TC 229 Nanotechnologies.
Contact IEST with any other questions at (847) 255-1561 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about advertising at ESTECH 2006 e-mail Heather Dvorak, Marketing Associate, email@example.com.
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