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26–29 March 2006
Buenos Aires, Argentina
The IEEE Latin-American Test Workshop provides an annual forum for test and fault tolerance professionals and technologists from Latin America and all over the world. Participants will present and discuss various aspects of system, board, and component testing and fault tolerance with respect to design, manufacturing, and field considerations.
30 April–4 May 2006
Santa Barbara, Calif.
VTS was first organized in 1982. Since then, it has grown to include tutorials, panels, and innovative practices. Today, the VTS program includes innovative practices and special sessions. Innovative practice presentations will highlight the current challenges that test practitioners face today, and innovative solutions to address them. Special sessions include panels, embedded tutorials, and hot topic presentations.
24–25 May 2006
21–23 June 2006
IMSTW addresses all aspects of testing, DFT, and reliable design of integrated mixed-signal/mixed-technology functions and systems. Topics include testing and design verification of monolithic mixed-signal/mixed-technology SoCs, heterogeneous systems (including system in package), and printed circuit-board implementations of mixed-signal functions. The technology spectrum includes analog, mixed signals, high-speed I/O, RF, microelectromechanical systems, and nanotechnology.
2–4 August 2006
Submissions deadline: 25 March 2006.
15–19 September 2006
EWDTW encourages the exchange of experiences between the scientific schools and experts of Eastern and Western Europe, the US, and other parts of the world in the fields of design, design automation, and test of electronic systems. Submissions deadline: 15 June 2006.
20–23 November 2006
Submissions deadline: 7 May 2006.
IEEE Design & Test of Computers is looking for new manuscripts for the special ITC section of the November–December 2006 issue. The theme of the issue, and of the 2006 International Test Conference, is Getting More out of Test. Submit manuscripts through Manuscript Central ( http://www.computer.org/dt/author.htm), and select "Special ITC Section." Submissions deadline: 10 April 2006.
For more details and free membership, browse the TTTC Web page: http://tab.computer.org/tttc/.
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THIS NEWSLETTER: Send contributions to Bruce C. Kim, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Univ. of Alabama, 317 Houser Hall, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0286; firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, see the TTTC Web page: http://tab.computer.org/tttc/.