ETHOS

Engineers in Technical and Humanitarian Opportunities of Service

Engineers in Technical and Humanitarian Opportunities of Service (ETHOS) is a non-profit organization that organizes an annual conference to share new research and lessons learned among its participant body. The annual ETHOS conference unites the cookstoves and clean cooking community by bringing together lab and field based scientific knowledge that fosters collaborations, elevates scientific rigor, and disseminates knowledge to manufacturers and designers, leading to development and greater adoption of cleaner stoves.

ETHOS 2020 Registration is now open!

**Abstracts due Monday Dec 2nd**

Professors- we have limited domestic student scholarships- nominate students on the contact page by Dec 2 to apply.

Fri Jan 24 – Sun Jan 26, 2020
Northwest University and Baymont Inn Kirkland

Donate to the Mark Bryden and Dean Still Scholarship Funds

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.

In 2016, in honor and recognition of his service to ETHOS and the ETHOS Board, the participants of ETHOS 2016 established the Dean Still Scholarship Fund to support student participation in the ETHOS conference. This fund will cover their airfare, lodging and meal costs.

Donations can be made at the time of registration (see donation sections of the registration form), or at the event.