Environmental Sentinels (ES) 2005

The ATIG and its co-chairs are pleased to announce Environmental Sentinels (ES) 2005, a two-day technology-focused event on environmental monitoring and control technologies. Join technology developers and potential collaborators from academia, NASA, other government agencies, and the military. Together, we will explore the future of monitoring and control technologies for space, terrestrial, and defense environments.

To date, the following organizations are to be represented at ES 2005: 
- BP America
- Futron Corporation
- Galveston College/UTMB Biotechnology
- Intelligent Optical Systems
- JES Tech
- Kansas State University
- Louisiana Tech University
- NASA Ames
- NASA Glenn 
- NASA Johnson
- NASA Marshall
- Rice University
- Sandia National Laboratories
- Southwest Research Institute
- SRI International
- State University of New York
- UCLA - Institute for Cell Mimetic Space Exploration (CMISE) 
- Universities Space Research Association
- University of Cincinnati
- University of Houston
- University of Iowa
- University of Texas- Houston
- University of Texas Medical Branch
- US Army Center for Environmental
  Health Research

Prospective Participants
We seek approximately equal representation from NASA, the military and other government agencies, and academia. Students earning degrees in related fields and considering a career in this area are welcome to join us.

With limited space and a focus on high-quality networking, ES 2005 is invitation-only. We may not be able to extend an invitation to everyone, so look for an email confirmation after submitting your online request. Confirmed participants and speakers receive an Information Pack containing maps, directions, list of local hotels, and other vital information.

Call for Speakers Open 04.04.05 
We encourage technology developers and users who are working in the area of environmental monitoring and control technologies and systems to speak at ES 2005. Listed below are types of presentations that we seek: A presentation on government technology needs or development programs,  a more focused presentation on an emerging technology or new application of a current technology, and a presentation on the capabilities and achievements of a development or operations team. 

your invitation to attend now

To learn more about NASA's needs and potential presentation topics, please refer to the ES 2005 Event Announcement (214kB PDF, Acrobat Reader required).   


Organizer Deborah Mansfield


Wed, Jun. 1, 2005
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. US/Central


Houston, Texas (next to NASA Johnson Space Center)