The Teradyne Users Group (TUG), which will hold its 26th annual conference in Hilton Head, SC, May 4-6, 2009, has announced its 2009 Call for Papers. The event brings together customers and Teradyne engineers, and provides them with the knowledge, tools and techniques they need for their jobs. It offers technical presentations, tutorials and training sessions for all skill levels. Abstracts and outlines are due on October 31.
“TUG 2009′s theme is ‘Quest for the Best of Test,’” said Johnny Steck, senior test engineer, Texas Instruments and TUG 2009 chairperson. “By presenting a paper at TUG, you help your peers navigate through the different levels of test. We encourage people to submit abstracts focusing on the unique challenges of test in today’s electronics industry.”
TUG is accepting abstracts for any topic that is relevant to Teradyne products and the testing industry.
The Teradyne Users Group (TUG) was started in 1983 by Teradyne customers as a way to share knowledge through technical papers, poster sessions and tutorials that present the latest in test technology. The event is open to all licensed users of Teradyne’s test systems and software products and is held each year at rotating locations within the United States. TUG is managed by an annually elected steering committee of Teradyne users and Teradyne appointed delegates.
Teradyne (NYSE:TER) is a leading supplier of Automatic Test Equipment used to test complex electronics used in the consumer electronics, automotive, computing, telecommunications, and aerospace and defense industries. In 2007, Teradyne had sales of $1.1 billion and currently employs about 3,700 people worldwide. Teradyne (R) is a registered trademark of Teradyne, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. All product names are trademarks of Teradyne, Inc. (including its subsidiaries).