QRTS 2015 – March 23-25

Hilton Phoenix Mesa
1011 West Holmes Avenue
Mesa, Arizona 85210
Phone: 480-833-5555
Fax: 480-649-1886

Submit your abstract online or email your abstract and/or any questions to QRTS@ecianow.org.

Today's "critical use" applications require the most advanced components, materials and manufacturing and test methodologies available. Bringing customers and factory technical experts together in one place, QRTS offers customers the unique opportunity to not only learn about the latest achievements for "critical use" applications, but a variety of venues in which to share their specific needs with factory experts. At the same time, component manufacturers have a chance to receive real-time feedback critical for improvement of their current products as well as insight into future product demand directly from their customers.

Call for Papers

Focus Markets

The following are the four major market segments that the symposium is focused on with some examples of the types of applications that are of interest. Papers need not be limited to these applications. Authors are encouraged to identify the market segment(s) best benefiting from their work.

Military/Aerospace - Military/Commercial Aviation; UAV’s; Hi-Tech Armor; Radar; Sonar; Satellite; Black Box; Diagnostics and Tracking
Automotive - Autonomous Vehicles; Navigation Systems; Collision Avoidance; Infotainment; Electric Vehicles
Medical - Artificial Organs; Digestible Sensors; Robotics; Radiology; Diagnostics; Telemetry; Wearable Technology
Energy Exploration - Down-Hole Drilling; Mineral Extraction; Digital Oilfield; Solar and Wind Energy Transmission; Remote Location; Gas Processing/Refinement

Focus Topics

Papers should focus on increased quality and reliability achieved in the development of one or more of the following:

  • Discrete electronic components (capacitors, resistors, magnetics, circuit protection, filters)
  • Integrated and embedded components
  • Modules that incorporate IC’s, power, sensor or wireless technologies
  • New test and measurement processes
  • New and/or improved materials

Authors are encouraged to submit papers that address technical issues either prevalent today or those expected to impact the industry over the next three years. Abstracts should clearly describe the nature, scope, content and key points of the proposed technical paper. Abstracts must include the author’s name, affiliation, complete address, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address.

Submit your abstract online or email your abstract and/or any questions to QRTS@ecianow.org.

Deadline December 15, 2014.