Five members of the GS-IMTR attended the conference "Design, Automation and Test in Europe 2022" (DATE'22) from March 14 to March 23. Due to Covid'19, the conference was purely virtual. DATE'22 gave us the opportunity to present the overal picture of the GS-IMTR to the broader scientific community.
In the Multi-Partner-Projects Session, Paul Genssler presented the GS-IMTR as a whole. Both in a pre-recorded presentation and a short live teaser including questions and answers.
Dirk Pflüger was panelist in the panel "The Good, the Bad and the Trendy of Multi-Partner Research Projects in Europe", discussing funding schemes and best practice examples for multi-partner projects. Due to its funding by Advantest, the GS-IMTR served as an exemplary role-model for joint university-industry research. Further participants in the panel: Lorena Anghel, Anton Chichkov, Yves Gigase, Christoph Grimm, Said Hamdioui, Peter Hofmann, Maksim Jenihhin, and Daniel Watzenig.
Natalia Lylina presented her paper on "Robust reconfigurable scan networks" and took part in the PhD Forum.
With Hussam Amrouch and Ilia Polian (Session Chair and DEC Member) two more representatives of the GS-IMTR took an active role.