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Present CFP : 2020
International Test Conference is the world’s premier venue dedicated to the electronic test of devices, boards and systems—covering the complete cycle from design verification, design-for- test, design-for-manufacturing, silicon debug, manufacturing test, system test, diagnosis, reliability and failure analysis, and back to process and design improvement.
ITC 2020 starts the second half century of the conference. Emerging technologies such as optical, biomedical, and quantum devices will require new test solutions. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the need for trustworthy devices are providing both new challenges and new opportunities for off-chip and on-chip test. At the same time, more stringent quality requirements, especially in automotive applications, are requiring more efficient test, debug, monitoring, and repair techniques that can transfer to the field.
Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished papers describing recent work in the field of test and design. Of particular interest are works dedicated to the topics listed on the right and/or works related to the conference theme and/or works focused on special tracks such as Automotive, AI, or Security. Authors are also invited to submit practical, industry best practices papers. To make submissions by industrial authors easier, a special short industrial paper track that focuses especially on case studies and practical examples has been created. Such papers will be limited to 4 pages in the final proceedings and should not include academic/university authors. Paper submissions for this special track should follow the template posted on the ITC website. Industrial authors who want a longer paper in the proceedings, should submit to one of the regular tracks. Any submissions simultaneously under review or accepted by another conference, symposium or journal, will be summarily rejected.
Submissions must include:
* Title of paper.
* Name, affiliation, e-mail address of each author.
* The corresponding author(s). ITC will communicate with the corresponding author(s).
* One or two topic(s) from the topic list, or a description of your topic.
* An electronic copy of a complete paper up to 10 pages, or an extended summary up to six
pages for a normal paper. Industrial track papers should follow the posted template.
* An abstract of 35 words or less to be entered online.
ITC maintains a competitive selection process for technical papers. Submissions must clearly describe the status of the reported work, its contribution, novelty and/or significance. Supporting data, results (priority is often given to papers with results from real designs) and conclusions, and references to prior work must also be included. ITC does not accept submissions that do not meet the specified criteria.
Paper title/abstract due:April 3, 2020
Paper final PDF due: May 1, 2020
Author notification: June 29, 2020
Final manuscript due: August 14, 2020
Authors are also invited to submit a single-page poster proposal. Posters are a useful way of presenting late-breaking results, getting feedback on an innovative method, or participating without having to write a full paper. Acceptance as a poster does not preclude submission of a more complete work as an ITC paper in 2021. Additional information on poster abstracts and submissions can be found under the author link on the program web site.
Poster submission deadline: July 8, 2020
Author notification: August 5, 2020
Test Week tutorial and workshop proposals are also welcomed. Deadlines and other information about proposals can be obtained from TTTC at: http://tab.computer.org/tttc
For detailed information about the submission process, requirements and deadlines, the selection process and any other questions regarding the program itself or contact information, please consult the ITC web site at http://www.itctestweek.org