Due to Concerns Over Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak, the 2020 IEEE International Reliability Physics Symposium Will Be Presented Online as a Virtual Conference. New date for the virtual IRPS 2020 will be April 28, 2020.
All technical program sessions (oral, invited, and posters) will be presented online. Registrants will be able to access all presentations online for a fixed period of time
DALLAS, TX (March 10, 2020) – Due to concerns over the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the management committee and board of directors of the 2020 IEEE International Reliability Physics Symposium (IRPS), the industry’s premier technical conference for engineers and scientists to present the latest original research in microelectronics reliability, has decided to hold IRPS 2020 as a virtual conference. The entire Symposium technical program, consisting of more than 100 invited and accepted papers, as well as posters, delivered by leading reliability scientists and engineers from around the world, will be presented online. IRPS registrants will be able to access the presentations online on demand for a fixed period of time.
Additional information about registering for the virtual conference, and other program and logistics details will be sent via email and posted on the IRPS website as they become available.
“To everyone in the IRPS community, we deeply regret having to make the decision to switch to a virtual conference, but we could not move forward with a traditional IRPS while this world health issue of the coronavirus is affecting so many people,” said Guadenzio Meneghesso, IRPS general chair. “We are committed to presenting the same quality program of training and exposure to the most advanced reliability research in a premiere forum. On behalf of the IRPS management committee and board of directors, we thank you for your understanding.”
The original IRPS 2020 press release is available here: