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ICES 2015

45th International Conference on Environmental Systems

Event Preview

Preview Booklet

2015 Presentation

Sessions and Organizers

Important Dates

JUNE 5, 2015: Student Poster Competition Abstracts DUE Please submit to Amy Ross: amy.j.ross@nasa.gov

JULY 1, 2015: ALL PRIMARY AUTHORS must submit a TTU Repository Submission License Form to ices.ce@ttu.edu by this date to ensure inclusion in Conference Proceedings

Repository Submission License Form

Conference Hotel Rate and Registration

Hotel Information

Hilton Bellevue
$189* – single/double rate in USD
24 hour cancellation policy
Rates available until June 11, 2015

Book Online

or call +1 (425) 450-4173 and refer to the 45th International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES)

*Please note there is NOT a separate block of rooms for Government Employees. The prevailing government per diem at the time of the conference is greater than the negotiated conference rate.


Texas Tech University
Paragon Space Development Corporation
UTC Aerospace Systems
UTC Aerospace Systems


Date and Location

July 12-16, 2015

Hilton Bellevue
300 – 112th Avenue SE
Bellevue, WA 98004 U.S.A.




We have a NEW site for registration through a company called Cvent.

The Technical Session Schedule is now posted on the Registration site under Conference Agenda.


The 45th International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES) will be held in Bellevue, Washington just 10 minutes outside of Seattle at the Hilton Bellevue on July 12-16. The conference is organized by members of the AIAA Life Sciences and Systems Technical Committee and Space Environmental Systems Program Committee, AIChE Environmental Systems Committee, ASME Crew Systems Technical Committee, and ICES International Committee. The conference will cover numerous topics relating to humans living and working in hostile environments including: aerospace human factors, environmental control and life support, system technologies, environmental monitoring and controls, planetary protection, EVA system technology, life sciences, planetary habitats and systems, and thermal control systems for both manned and unmanned vehicles. The conference is open to participants from any nation, academics, government, and industry organizations. The conference is composed of 4 days of 30–minute technical presentations and student poster competition. The conference has a no podium/no paper and no paper/no podium policies.

Contact Information

For general questions you can contact us at ices.ce@ttu.edu or feel free to contact any steering committee member.

2014 Conference Proceedings

Proceedings of the 2014 International
Conference on Environmental Systems

Steering Committee

General Chair
Wes Ousley Genesis Engineering Solutions, LLC
Vice Chair
Olivier Pin European Space Agency
Tom Leimkuehler Paragon Space Development Corporation
Matthias Holzwarth Airbus Defence and Space
Tim Nalette UTC Aerospace Development Corporation
Amy Ross NASA Johnson Space Center
Grant Anderson Paragon Space Development Corporation
Chang Hyun Son The Boeing Company
Andrew Jackson Texas Tech University