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Test Instrumentation Workshop (TIW):

Instrumentation in a Constrained Environment

Now accepting submissions for technical presentations, poster papers and tutorials.

Mark your calendars for the 26th Annual Test Instrumentation Workshop!  Get Involved! Presenters receive discounted registration. See Call For Papers tab below for more information.

Call for Papers Flyer 

Abstract Submission FormDue 14 Feb 2023

Exhibit and Sponsorship order forms are available! Don’t miss the opportunity to showcase your company! Back by popular demand, the Hands-on-Lab will once again be at TIW. Contact Lena@itea.org if you would like your company to participate in the lab. 


This year’s edition of the Test Instrumentation Workshop will support our need to be alert and aware of all technological developments that may have an impact on our test and evaluation operations. This workshop will discuss selected tenets of the various sensor instrumentation support to include the network, communications, and the massive resultant data. Plenary Discussions, tutorials and technical sessions will lead to a thorough and relevant discourse at this workshop and aid those in attendance, to prepare for the future. 

Please join us at the 2023 ITEA Test Instrumentation Workshop to share your experiences, lessons learned, and solutions to the problems we face in today’s constrained test and evaluation environments.

This workshop is hosted by the Antelope Valley Chapter located at the center of the Aerospace Testing Universe.


 Sessions will be unclassified and open to the general T&E community, however, restricted sessions (up to Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)) may be made available. Abstracts will be reviewed for a presentation during a technical session or as a poster paper. Abstracts accepted for presentation, along with the slides, will be available on the online proceedings for attendees after the Workshop concludes.

Abstracts should be non-commercial in scope, pertinent to conference topic, and no longer than 500 words. Complete the abstract submission form and email to TIW@itea.orgAbstracts Due 14 Feb 2023

Call for Papers Flyer 

Abstract Submission Form


  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
  • Cybersecurity
  • Digital Engineering (Digital Image Correlation, Digital Twins, etc.)
  • Electronic Warfare
  • GPS Denied
  • Hypersonics
  • Range Safety and Use of Autonomous Flight Termination
  • Spectrum Limitations
  • Testing in a Broad Open Area (e.g., Land, Sea and Space)

Tutorials that address the theme of the workshop are being requested. Pending final program decisions, the tutorials will be scheduled in 4-hour blocks May 22nd & 23rd. Tutorials must be strictly non-marketing in scope, unclassified, and publicly releasable. Please provide a synopsis of tutorial no later than 14 Feb 2023 to TIWitea.org


The following pre-workshop tutorials are being offered on Monday, May 22nd from 1-5pm, Tuesday, May 23rd from 8:00 – 12:00pm. Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits will be awarded for completion of the tutorials. A certificate of completion will be provided upon request. 

The fee to attend a 4-hour tutorial is $300 for 1 or $500 for two.  Registration for a tutorial does not require registration for the Conference.

Tutorial Descriptions (PDF) – TBD

Morning Courses

  1. TBD
Afternoon Courses

  1. TBD


We are delighted to announce our esteemed speakers! Please check back often as we continue to build our program and add new speakers. 

  • Dr. Eileen A. Bjorkman (SES) –  Executive Director, Air Force Test Center (AFTC)
  • Tim Bishop, (SES) – Deputy PEO STRICOM
  • Ms. Vernita Harris (SES) – Director, Electromagnetic Spectrum Enterprise Policy & Programs, Department of Defense Chief Information Officer
  • George Rumford, Director (acting) , Test Resource Management Center
  • Rick Quade (SES) – Deputy for Test and Evaluation, Assistant Secretary of the Navy and acting CHENG   




ITEA is a 501(c)(3) professional education association dedicated to the education and advancement of the T&E profession. Registration fees help the Association cover the cost of the Workshop and provide ITEA Chapters with funding for their scholarships and STEM Grants that are used to develop the T&E workforce of tomorrow.

Online Registration Link – TBD
Registration Form PDF – TBD

** Registration includes two lunches, breaks and Networking Reception. If you join as a member today, you will receive a discount of $150 on your registration. (Membership fees are $45 for govt/military and $95 for industry.) NOTE: Pre-Workshop Tutorials require a separate fee from the Workshop. 

Regular Registration
$645 – Non-Member
$495 – ITEA Member / Government Employee / Active Duty Military

Late Registration  
$845 – Non-Member
$695 – ITEA Member / Government Employee / Active Duty Military

Early T&E Career Professional (less than 5 years of T&E experience)
$395 – Non-Member
Download verification form here

Pre-Workshop Tutorials  (requires a separate fee from the Workshop)
Single Tutorial – $300, Two Tutorials – $500  

Special Registrations

  • $180 – Plenary Speaker, Panel Chair, Session/Track Chair
  • $395 – Panelist, Technical Session Presenter  
  • $400 One day only

SUBSTITUTION AND CANCELLATION POLICY: Substitutions are permitted. Refunds are not available within ten (10) days prior to the start of the event. Requests for cancellation submitted between ten (10) to 45 days prior to start date of the event will be subject to a $250 cancellation fee. Requests for cancellation greater than 45 days prior to the start date of the event will be subject to a $100 cancellation fee


   Tuscany Suites
   255 East Flamingo Rd.
   Las Vegas, NV 89169
   Phone: 702-893-8933/ 1-877-887-2261

ITEA is pleased to offer a special below government per diem rate of $89 per night for Monday – Thursday plus no resort fees. This property is the host hotel and when making your reservation you must indicate you are with the ITEA workshop. To receive the special rate call 702-893-8933 or click the link below to book your reservation by April 25, 2023. 

Online reservations

Also, the hotel will require a deposit of a one night stay, including tax to hold your reservation. This is customary in Las Vegas. Tuscany offers attractive oversized guest ‘Suites,’ and each suite is situated in a lovely European setting that offers a great sense of relaxation and privacy. 


Don’t miss your opportunity to exhibit! Commercial, academic, and government exhibits will play an integral part in the 2023 Test Instrumentation Workshop. We’ll put you in the right place at the right time. Increase your visibility, network with key players, and show your support and commitment to the  industry and community!

Please submit your Exhibit Application as soon as possible to ensure your get a prime location and that your organization is promoted in The ITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation.

  • Exhibit Application – coming soon
  • Exhibit Hall Floor Plan – coming soon
  • Exhibitor Services & Information – coming soon

Please contact Lena Moran at Lena@itea.org for additional details.


ITEA is a 501(c)(3) professional education association dedicated to the education and advancement of the test and evaluation profession. Registration fees, membership dues, and sponsorship is tax deductible.

Your sponsorship dollars help defer the cost of the conference and support the ITEA scholarship fund, which assists deserving students in their pursuit of academic disciplines related to the test and evaluation profession. Sponsorship and related benefits will become effective on receipt of payment.

NOTE:  This ITEA event is a non-competitive environment meant for a free exchange of ideas and information. 



Each of the 4-hour Pre-Workshop Tutorials provide 4 contact hours of instruction (4 CPEs) that are directly applicable to your professional development program, including the Certified Test and Evaluation Professional Credential (CTEP).

In addition to the Pre-Workshop Tutorials, the Workshop provides 4 contact hours of instruction (4 CPEs) for each half-day, 8 contact hours of instruction (8 CPEs) for each full-day, or 20 contact hours of instruction (20 CPEs) for attending the full Workshop, that are directly applicable to your professional development program, including the Certified Test and Evaluation Professional Credential (CTEP).

Why Attend

For 40 years the International Test and Evaluation Association (ITEA), a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit education organization, has been advancing the exchange of technical, programmatic, and acquisition information among the test and evaluation community. ITEA members come together to learn and share with others from industry, government, and academia, who are involved with the development and application of the policies and techniques used to assess effectiveness, reliability, interoperability, and safety of existing, legacy, and future technology-based weapon and non-weapon systems and products throughout their life-cycle.

Almost everyone involved with Test and Evaluation has had to deal with accelerated test plans, limited manpower, red tape, broken test articles, and of course, a shrinking budget. However, seldom do the expectations of the customers or the demands on our war-fighters decrease with the corresponding lack of resources. We must accomplish the mission! Our war-fighters, our citizens, our allies, our country depends on it! So, how do we accomplish the mission on a constrained budget? When we are limited to funds that will barely keep us “running”, much less accelerating, what do we do? This is the focus of the 2021 ITEA Test Instrumentation Workshop: Shaping the Future of T&E. We invite you to come and share lessons learned, new solutions (material and non-material) and more efficient.

Our aerospace ranges and test facilities are national assets which utilizes resources that are very relevant to the instrumentation community. Personnel from these facilities attend this event to promote and stimulate technical growth in instrumentation and its allied arts and sciences. This is accomplished through participation in technical forums, educational activities, and technical publications. It is highly recommended that test and instrumentation personnel participate in the event in order keep our mostly commercial-off-the-shelf instrumentation science capabilities (flight test instrumentation, telemetry data acquisition, and data display) at a sufficient state to promote safe and effective test and evaluation. 

Participation in the event ensures that today’s test professionals learn test best practices from industry, other government agencies and partner nations.  Use of advanced commercial instrumentation and measurement in test and evaluation increases safety, reduces cost, schedule and technical risk to the developers to ensure deployment of mission effective and suitable systems that will ultimately benefit the war-fighter. Exposure at events such as these ensures the test professional stays current in its telemetry capabilities to support flight test.



Policarpio Soberanis, Northrop Grumman

Harry Cooper, JT4

Jim Alich, 412 TW

Lena Moran at Lena@itea.org

Jenna Reza at Jenna@itea.org 



Event Details


22 - 25 May 2023


Tuscany Suites and Conference Center – Las Vegas, NV


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Tech Program
Printable Registration Form
Online Registration


Platinum & Networking Reception

Pocket Guide & Lunch Sponsor





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