Press Release: IEST goes digital – a significant new benefit for members

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL (March 16, 2016) – IEST, a world-leading technical association and standards development organization in the fields of contamination control/cleanrooms, environmental testing, and nanotechnology facilities, announces the pre-launch of Expert Hub. Expert Hub is available to IEST Members through, and will consistently deliver interviews, videos, webinars, and more from IEST’s elite experts and other associated authorities. The new program will further fulfill IEST’s non-profit mission to globally expand and communicate the knowledge of the industries it serves.

“This is one of the most significant expansions of our Membership Program since our inception, more than 50 years ago,” says Grant Polachek, IEST’s Marketing and Membership Coordinator. While Expert Hub does not officially launch until this summer, IEST invites you to become a member and take a sneak peek by listen to their inaugural Expert Hub interview: Particle Deposition with Koos Agricola.  This 15 minute discussion explores Particle Deposition and the cutting edge of cleanroom advancement.

Agricola’s new Journal of the IEST article, “Real-time Particle Deposition Monitoring of Operational Cleanroom Quality,” was also released this March to IEST Members and Journal subscribers. Agricola will continue this dialogue at ESTECH 2016, May 2 – 5 in Glendale, Arizona through his presentation, “Monitoring Macro Particles in a Cleanroom by Counting and Sizing Particle Deposition.”

For more information on IEST Membership, the Journal of the IEST, and ESTECH 2016 visit, call 847-981-0100, or email


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