iest meetings and conferences

IEST, your non-profit association, is recognized around the world as a preeminent knowledge resource in the industries we serve. Our conferences and events bring professionals together for training, sessions, expositions, networking, and much more. We are OMB compliant!


Working Group Summit - November 8-11, 2021 • virtual meetings
Education Conference - November 15-18, 2021 • virtual

Put on by the world's leading standards development organization, EDUCON (formerly Fall Conference) is IEST’s fall education conference and working group summit.

May 2-5, 2022 • Portland, Oregon

ESTECH 2022 is the leading conference for professionals in Controlled Environments/Cleanrooms, Environmental Testing, and Nanotechnology Facilities with 100+ opportunities to learn, network, influence, and contribute through seminars, classes, Working Group meetings, and events.

Monthly Meet-ups
These Monthly Meet-Ups are informal one-hour conversations about hot topics or current issues, with some months dedicated to open networking.  They will be posted online as they are scheduled. You'll get to connect with peers to learn, ask questions, network, and provide feedback on hot topics and current issues. 

Custom Training Courses (and more)
Need to train your entire staff? IEST offers a number of live training courses, online training courses, in-depth interactive select site courses, custom training classes, and full-and half-day tutorials and seminars during ESTECH, the EDUCON Fall Conference, and Space Simulation Conference.

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January 24-27, 2022 • Tucson, Arizona
The annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium provides a venue for professionals new to reliability and maintainability to receive a first-class introduction to the fundamental concepts and tools of assurance science.

Space Simulation Conference
October 17 - 20, 2022 • Annapolis, Maryland

The conference is a major international forum in space hardware environmental testing for research and development and qualification. It provides a unique opportunity for engineers and scientists from industry, government, and academia to present and exchange information and ideas on simulating the space environment to develop and test space mission hardware.

Some programs are presented in conjunction with or in collaboration with other organization seminars and conferences. For information on hosting an IEST education program in conjunction with your seminar or organization, contact IEST.


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Find out more about non-IEST industry events. IEST is providing this information as a professional courtesy to our members and industry professionals. IEST does not endorse any of these events. Postings are included on a prearranged request-only basis.

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