ITC 1998: Washington, DC, USA

Session 1: Plenary

Session 2: Escaping The High Cost of Test Escapes

Session 3: Memory Test Algorithms and Pattern Generation

Session 4: DFT in Practice

Session 5: Thermal Issues in Manufacturing Test

Session 6: Embedded Cores

Session 7: BIST Synthesis

Session 8: Experimental Results in Current Testing

Session 9: MCM Test - Theory and Applications

Session 10: Mixed-Signal Test Techniques

Session 11: Integrated Probe Card/Interface Solutions for Specific Test Applications

Session 12: Access and Test Approaches for Embedded Cores

Session 13: Test Synthesis

Session 14: Transistor LeveL Test Techniques

Session 15: Board and System Test

Session 16: Recent Advances in BIST

Session 17: Introduction to MEMS

Session 18: Advances in Embedded Core Test

Session 19: Microprocessor Testing

Session 20: ATE Architectures: Cost, IDDQ and Mixed-Signal Issues

Session 21: Concurrent Checking

Session 22: MEMS Fault Modeling and Diagnosis

Session 23: Test Creation for Implicitly Burning Cores

Session 24: Revolution and Evolution in Tester Software

Session 25: Practical ATPG

Session 26: DFT Theory

Session 27: Mixed-Signal DFT

Session 29: Microprocessor Test Tools

Session 30: Putting thE "Defect" in Defect Diagnosis

Session 31: System Level Test Techniques and Processes

Session 32: The Need for Speed - Timing and Jitter Testing

Session 33: Vectors, Interface, Probes; ATE Issues in AT-Speed Test

Session 34: Manufacturing Process Monitoring

Session 35: Fault Detection and IDDQ

Session 36: On-Line Testing

Session 37: Creating Effective Test Sequences

Session 38: Test Standards - Still Evolving

Session 39: Design Validation and Diagnosis

Session 40: Alternatives to IDDQ

Session 41: BIST Generator and Architectures

Session 42: New Ideas in Logic Diagnosis

Session 43: Embedded Memories

Panel 1: Good Enough Quality - When is "Enough" Enough

Panel 2: Two Worlds Collide: Mixed Signal ASIC Testing

Panel 3: Diagnostic War Stories: What Saved the Day? A Technique Debate

Panel 4: Scaling Deeper to Submicron: On-Line Testing to the Rescue

Panel 5: The Road to System-on-Chip Test - It's a Matter of Cores - Is It?

Panel 6: BIST vs. ATE: Which is Better, for Which IC Tests?

Panel 7: How Real is the new 1997 SIA Roadmap?

Panel 8: Academic Research: Power Plant or Ivory Tower?

Panel 9: Flying Probers - A New Era in Loaded Board Fixtureless Test

Panel 10: Stuck-at Fault: The Fault Model of Choice for the Third Millennium!?

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