LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS
All Conference Events will be held at the
located in the Historic District of
FRANCIS MARION HOTEL
387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403
*Room rates are subject to applicable state and local taxes. A destination marketing fee of $1.00 per room night will also be applied to each individual guest folio and is subject to sales tax. After June 15, 2017 any unused rooms will be released to the general public. Room bookings MUST BE CANCELLED 7 DAYS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL in order to avoid a one night room and tax charge.
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47th International Conference on Environmental Systems
July 16-20th, 2017 ~ Charleston, SC
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The 47th International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES 2017) will cover all topics related to humans living and working in extreme environments with applications inside or outside of terrestrial or outer space habitats or vehicles, including aerospace human factors; environmental control and life-support system technology; environmental monitoring and controls; planetary protection; EVA system technology; life sciences; planetary habitats and systems; and thermal control systems technology for both manned and unmanned vehicles. The conference is open to participants from any nation, from academic, government, or industry organizations. There will be four days of technical presentations, with approximately 40 sessions. The conference is organized by the ICES Steering Committee and supported by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Space Environmental Systems (AIAA-SES) Program Committee, ICES International Committee
(INT), American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Environmental Systems Committee, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Crew Systems Technical Committee, and American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Life Sciences and Systems (AIAA-LS&S) Technical Committee.
06 Mar 2017 Draft Manuscript
12 May 2017 Final Manuscript
International Conference on Environmental Systems, Inc.
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