IEST Accepting Abstract Submissions.
The Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology (IEST IEST Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology
IEST Istituto Europeo per lo Sviluppo Tecnologico (Italian)
IEST Inboard Electronics Study Team , Mount Prospect, IL) is currently accepting papers for its 48th annual technical meeting and exposition, ESTECH 2002, held in Anaheim, CA, April 28-May 1, 2002. To be accepted, a paper must be current, technically sound, free of promotional material and not previously published.
In the contamination control Procedures to avoid, reduce, remove, or render harmless (temporarily or permanently) nuclear, biological, and chemical contamination for the purpose of maintaining or enhancing the efficient conduct of military operations. area, requested topics include high-purity gases and chemicals; wafer processing; cleanroom personnel and facilities; ESD (1) (Electronic Software Distribution) Distributing new software and upgrades via the network rather than individual installations on each machine. See ESL. control; biopharmaceuticals, detection and identification of contamination; copper processing; and alternative cleanroom uses. Design test and evaluation topics include test laboratory equipment; characterization and application of environmental stress screening Environmental stress screening (ESS) refers to the process of exposing a newly manufactured product or component (typically electronic) to stresses such as thermal cycling and vibration in order to force latent defects to manifest themselves by failure during the screening process. facilities; acquisition, analysis and management of environmental data; and environmental specifications and standards. Product reliability topics include basics of environmental reliability testing; optimizing environmental test techniques, life cycle and service use factors; and physics-of-failure principles.
An abstract of 300 words or less must be submitted to IEST by September 15, 2001. If the paper is accepted, a draft is required by November 1, 2001, and a final version is due January 1, 2002. Technical papers may be submitted online, or an abstract submittal form may be requested at www.iest.org.
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