ETHOS

Engineers in Technical and Humanitarian Opportunities of Service

Engineers in Technical and Humanitarian Opportunities of Service (ETHOS) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to facilitate research and the development of appropriate technology by forming collaborative North-South partnerships between universities, research laboratories, engineers, and non-governmental organizations in foreign countries.

By working together, these groups aim to create and then disseminate the best available appropriate technology to families in need.

Since its founding, the ETHOS partnership has grown to include engineering students, faculty, and researchers as well as “on-the-ground” NGOs. Research at Iowa State University, the University of Dayton, Humboldt State University, Colorado State University, and the University of Illinois currently focuses on improving vernacular wood burning cooking stoves, including increasing efficiency and effectiveness while reducing emissions, addressing problems brought forward by the in-field partners.

ETHOS 2017

Fri Jan 27 – Sun Jan 29, 2017
Northwest University and Baymont Inn Kirkland
ETHOS will start with pre-sessions at 1pm on Friday, and end by 5pm on Sunday

Registration and abstract submission are open now! Abstracts due Fri 12/2!

REGISTRATION STEPS:
1. Fill out the 2017 Registration form (see tab above)
2. Come back here and click on the yellow “Buy Now” button at right to pay your registration fee online
3. Click on the yellow “Donate” button below to make an optional ETHOS scholarship donation

ETHOS Registration



Donate to the Mark Bryden Scholarship Fund

In 2015, in honor and recognition of his 15-year tenure as ETHOS Board President, the participants of ETHOS 2015 established the Mark Bryden Scholarship Fund to support participation in the ETHOS conference of one participant per year from a developing region (Africa/Asia/LAC) with direct field experience who would otherwise not be able to come. This fund will cover their airfare, lodging and meal costs.





clean stove seminar