The Engineering Integrity Society is a long established charitable society focusing on the areas of fatigue, testing and durability. Members of the EIS have many years of experience in these fields gained through working in some of the best known companies in the industry.
The EIS offers a unique forum for industrial engineers to exchange ideas and experience. Since its foundation in 1985 the Society has made an important contribution to engineering science, holding major National and International Conferences, organising and co-ordinating specialist task groups and presenting technical seminars. Membership is worldwide.
The EIS organises seminars, exhibitions and training programmes, which are valued for their informal yet informed character. The Society also holds an annual Instrumentation, Test and Measurement exhibition, including forums on topics of current interest to engineers. We are constantly looking for new ways to help companies to get the best from their investment in testing, design and people.
Today’s engineers must be able to handle problems which cover a variety of engineering disciplines. The EIS provides a pragmatic and practical arena for engineers who need access to information on a multidisciplinary basis, across a wide range of industries.
The Society publishes bound volumes of Conference Proceedings and reports of seminars and Task Groups are published in the Society Journal, which also contains technical articles and papers. All EIS events are open to members and non-members alike.
The Society is made up of three groups:
- Simulation Test and Measurement Group
- Durability and Fatigue Group
- Sound and Vibration Product Perception Group
Each group has its own organising committee with representatives on the EIS Council.
Financial support is provided by Corporate Members. Individual membership is open to engineers working in all aspects of research, design, development, analysis and testing.