Monday, May 20, 2019 - Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Ballrooms A, B, and C
What Is the Test Leadership Forum?
The Test Leadership Forum is an invitation-only event for test engineering managers and directors from across many industries who share an interest in maximizing test engineering effectiveness and cost reduction while maintaining long-term support for current test solutions. The forum is a great opportunity to learn best practices in design and production test while communicating and sharing ideas with peers.
Download the 2018 TLF Program
Who Should Attend?
The Test Leadership Forum is for engineering directors, test department/program managers, technical fellows, architects, and production test managers.
Learn best practices and discuss the latest business trends in design and production test in 5 dedicated tracks: Semiconductor, Automotive Test, and Aerospace and Defense, Business and Technology Leadership, and Data Day.
- Solving the challenges of mmWave chip production test
- How electrification is changing the way we test
- Applying risk management principles to test engineering
- See more session topics in the 2019 Agenda
- Business and technical topics on optimizing test effectiveness (Business, Tools, People) through 25+ hours of sessions from 15+ external speakers.
- Avoiding the pitfalls of standardization efforts
- Building cross-department alignment for change
- Peer-to-Peer Networking: 5+ hours of dedicated networking time with 150+ of the brightest minds in test engineering available to exchange ideas, build professional networks, and share best practices.
"Overall, my take away from the forum was I was able to relate our company’s test standards to the industry standards and able to get a baseline of where we are at with respect to the rest of the industry, where we are doing better, and where we could do better going forward."
—Test Manager, Medtronic
"Thanks for the invitation to the Test Leadership Forum. It was very beneficial for me. I am looking forward to next year."
—Test Manager, Weatherford
"I had a great discussion with three fellows from Company X after the talk. They had similar challenges and had worked a solution with some similarities. We exchanged business cards and agreed to follow up.”