22nd International Mixed-Signal Testing Workshop
Hotel Makedonia Palace,
Thessaloniki, Greece,
July 3-5, 2017

General Information

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    Agia Sofia
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    South view of the Church
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    Thessaloniki, Greece
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    Thessaloniki, Greece
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    Summer Rain
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    Thessaloniki Sea Tourist Attraction
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    0040 (White Tower)
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As it happens with design automation, Analog and Mixed-Signal test solutions are much less generic than their siblings from the digital world. In spite of the high costs associated to specification-based test, the industry seemed reluctant to invest in alternatives. Why would we change something that worked? But with the rise of safety-critical applications, reliability requirements are increasing and quality is nowadays a strong asset in competitive markets. Specification-based test cannot be considered perfect any longer. The golden reference is shattered and this is an opportunity for the Analog and Mixed-Signal test community.

The International Mixed-Signals Testing Workshop is a forum that brings together this community to discuss ideas and views on the following topics, among others:

  • Test generation
  • Fault modeling and simulation
  • Test metrics estimation
  • Self-healing and self-adaptation
  • Built-in self-test
  • Design-for-test
  • Fault diagnosis
  • Failure analysis
  • Defect characterization
  • ATE technology
  • Economics of test and yield optimization
  • On-line test
  • Fault tolerance
  • Reliability and design-for-reliability

For second consecutive year IMSTW'17 will be held as part of the Federative Event on Design for Robustness (FEDfRo). With a single registration, attendees will be able to access the sessions of three events:

IOLTS: International Symposium on On-Line Testing and Robust System Design

IMSTW: the International Mixed-Signal Testing Workshop

IVSW: the International Verification and Security Workshop

For all details about the organization of these joint events please visit: http://tima.univ-grenoble-alpes.fr/conferences/fedfro/fedfro17/