Presentations at ITEA events should:
Tutorials are typically scheduled for either a half-day or full day, should include comprehensive
presentations on well-established topics, and may include hands-on exercises on using various
software and/or hardware tools. Technical Track Session presentations are shorter than tutorials
and usually last 20 minutes, with an additional 10 minutes for questions.
While tutorials go into considerable depth, Technical Track Session presentations give quick
holistic overviews of interesting emerging topics with a concentration on fundamentals and
projection about the future of these topics.
Poster Presentations, usually displayed in the Exhibit hall, are designed to present Works-in-Progress,
new ideas, and emerging fields and research topics in test and evaluation. Poster
presenters are expected to bring their printed poster and handouts, and to be present during
scheduled times for the Poster Presentation session(s). Attendees will browse the posters and
directly interact with the presenters. Thus, the poster session is intended to be an informal,
conversational forum for new ideas. Poster Paper Guidelines
On behalf of the Test Instrumentation Workshop and the ITEA Board of Directors, we thank you for accepting our invitation to present at one of the Technical Track sessions. Please refer to the following information for additional details regarding your presentation and participation at the Workshop/Symposium:
In honor of your role as the Technical Track Session presenter, you can take advantage of a special $395 registration rate for the Workshop. If you will only be presenting and will not stay for the workshop there is no registration fee.
Biography and Photo
Please submit a very brief biographical sketch including 1) how to pronounce your name 2) current job title, location, 3) education 4) work experience 5) headshot. This information will be used by the Session Chair to introduce you prior to your presentation.
If required by your organization, please start your internal release process as soon as possible to avoid any delays in submitting your final presentation typically due 2 weeks prior to the start of the workshop/symposium. As part of our attendees’ registration fees, they will receive proceedings from our events. The proceedings will be made available to our attendees electronically within one week of the conclusion of the program
Publishing your work as an article for The ITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation
We encourage you to write a paper on your topic for consideration in The ITEA Journal. The submitting author must complete and sign a copyright agreement and release form and prepare a full manuscript that adheres to The ITEA Journal guidelines found on the ITEA website, at https://itea.org/submissions/. If you have any questions, you can contact us at Journal@itea.org.
If there are any questions that you have please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.