2017 Call for Posters

For more details, please review ITC’s 2017 Call for Papers.  The call for papers is now complete.  Poster submissions were due on June 12.  However, the submission due date has been extended to June 30.

Accepted one page poster submissions will optionally be included in the proceedings.  Authors can decide not to have their poster included in the program.  Please use the poster template for your submission.

If accepted then you create and print an actual poster to present in front of.  Please use this EasyChair link for your submission.

2016 Plenary Introduction & Awards

Watch the awards portion of the 2016 ITC Plenary.  Each year ITC honors contributions made by industry leaders and innovators.  This 27 minute video shows the opening remarks for 2016 ITC and recipients of awards during the plenary.

2016 ITC opening remarks

Jeff Rearick, Bob Madge Innovation Award

 

 

 

 

 

2016 plenary awards:

ITC Ned Kornfield Best Paper Award 2014

Yield Optimization Using Advanced Statistical Correlation Methods

Jeffrey Tikkanen, Sebastian Siatkowski, Nik Sumikawa, Li-C Wang, Magdy Abadir

 

ITC Ned Kornfield Best Paper Award 2015

A Structured Approach to Post Silicon Validation and Debug using Symbolic Quick Error Detect

David Lin, Eshan Singh, Clark Barrett, Subhasish Mitra

 

ITC Most Significant Paper Award 2005

Invisible Delay Quality Lights Up What Could Not Be Seen

Yasuo Sato, Seiji Kajihara, Toshiyuki Maedo, Atsuo Takanori, Nozuyama

 

ITC Most Significant Paper Award 2006

Preferred Fill:  A Scalable Method to Reduce Capture Power for Scan Based Designs

Santiago Ramersaro, Xijiang Lin, Zhuo Zhang, Sudhaker Reddy, Irith Pomeranz, Janusz Rajski

TTTC Lifetime Contribution Medal

Janak H. Patel

TTTC Bob Madge Innovation Award

Jeff Rearick

G.W. Gordon Student Service Award

Grigor Tshagharyan

Great success at ITC India

ITC India was held in Bangalore with great success from July 9-11.

 

 

 

See details from the conference at their web site.

 

Gerald W. Gordon Award

ITC Is Now Accepting Nominations for the 2017 Gerald W. Gordon Award for Student Volunteerism

 The International Test Conference (ITC), the Test Technology Technical Council and the IEEE Philadelphia Section sponsor the Gerald W. Gordon Award.   The award to the recipient consists of complimentary tutorial registration for one morning and one afternoon tutorial for each of the 2 days they are offered, complimentary full conference registration for ITC, complimentary registration for one of the at conference workshops, up to $750 for travel expenses to the conference and free lodging for the nights of attendance.

 

Eligibility Requirements

The Gerald W. Gordon  Award recipient must be a student in good standing at an accredited university or college. Award recipients must have done volunteer work for one or more IEEE conferences, symposia, workshops and/or organizations dedicated to the development of electronics design and testing fields.

Consideration shall be given to the amount of volunteer service given; the breadth of volunteer service given; the impact of the volunteer service give; and worthiness of the candidate.

Nomination Process

The form for nominating a candidate can be obtained by clicking on the following link, “2017 Gerald W. Gordon Award Nomination form”.  The nominator must complete and submit an application form to summarize why the applicant is qualified for the award and list the relevant service work.  In addition, the nominator must identify 2, but not more than 5 endorsers.  The nominator must inform the endorsers that they need to email an endorsement of the candidate as described on the nomination form.  The nomination form and endorsement emails should be sent to Kenneth Mandl at mandlken@aol.com and Yervant Zorian at Yervant.Zorian@synopsys.com. No later than September 22, 2017.  All candidates will be notified of the selection decision by October 2, 2017.

 

Hotel Reservations for ITC2017 in Fort Worth

Reservations for the two ITC Hotels in Fort Worth, the Sheraton and the Omni, are available through Connections Housing which is the only authorized way to make your reservations.  Please email Jay Pierce with Connections Housing at Jay@ConnectionsHousing.com to make your reservations.

 

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