Students Activities

Students Activities

TTTC’s E. J. McCluskey Best Doctoral Thesis Award

Chair:  Ilia Polian,

The aim of this award is to promote and strengthen the interaction between doctoral students who are close to graduation and the industrial community. It also serves as a process by which student work is exposed to and tested to real life industrial needs by experts in the field. This is achieved by student presentations in a conference environment in front of an industrial panel that has the chance to evaluate, comment and contribute to their work in terms of novelty and advance of industrial and theoretical practice. The award provides a unique opportunity to energetic young researchers to gain visibility in the international test community.
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ITC University Booth (2002-2006)

The ITC University Booth provides an opportunity for the university community to demonstrate device/board/system testing research in areas including design verification, test, diagnosis, and failure analysis. The University Booth also provides space for the presentation of vendor literature and programs of interest to the university community. The University Booth provides booth space, poster areas, computers, printers, and a high-speed connection to the Internet for participating universities
University Booth 2006.
University Booth 2005.
University Booth 2003.
University Booth 2002.