The IEEE European Test Symposium (ETS) will host a paper and presentation track dedicated to industrial contributions. Works applicable to this track are all referring to report novel industry practices in test and new ideas in early stage of development where preliminary results are available. Moreover, all papers with at least one contributor from the industry, submitted for inclusion in the main programs but not accepted will be eligible for inclusion in the industrial track. You are invited to participate and submit your contributions to the industrial track of ETS’24. In addition to the regular topics, topics of interest include (but are not limited to) the following topics:

  • Analog, mixed signal and RF test
  • Test of very high-power devices for EVs, industrial and computing applications test (Hot topic)
  • Processor and microcontroller test
  • Thermal management during test (Hot topic)
  • Screening of defectivity introduced at back-end assembly
  • Reliability testing
  • Package-level test: SLT, ATE, burn-in optimization methods (Hot topic)
  • Wafer-level probe: full wafer, multi-site, singulated die test solutions
  • ATE solutions
  • Test economics


Each submitted paper should be a complete PDF manuscript, from two (2) pages (extended abstract) up to 6 pages including all figures, tables, and bibliography in a standard IEEE format: A4 pages, two columns, single spaced, 10 points Times New Roman font. IEEE template that can be found [here].


Industrial contribution: March 1, 2024
Notification of acceptance: March 15, 2024
Camera Ready Submission: March 31, 2024
Author registration: March 31, 2024

Submission Website

Click here to submit your proposal. Only electronic submission of PDF files via the paper submission page are accepted.


All accepted industrial papers will be published in the Informal Digest of Papers upon acceptance. A page limit of 6 pages is applicable here. The program chair in collaboration with the industrial board chairs have the right to include the top three best industrial papers in the official conference proceedings. These papers will be labeled with "Industrial Paper" and must have a maximum of 4 pages.

Contact Information

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