For the 2022 conference, we’re celebrating our 40th anniversary and showcasing how the industry, technology, and the approach to quality have changed over the past decades.
This year, we’re planning to offer a hybrid event: both physically in Portland, Oregon, and virtually on Zoom. Join us October 10-12, 2022!
Keynotes, Invited Speakers, Presentations and Events
The conference always has a variety of industry recognized keynote speakers, and invited speakers, panel discussions on key topics of today and tomorrow. There will also be lightning sessions, workshops, and social events. Interesting Conference Papers, Presentations and Posters will provide new ideas and insights that can be applied upon returning to work. The conference is also complemented by a full day of workshops that allow for a deep dive into topical and interesting subjects. Look for more details unfolding over the next few months as the conference agenda is finalized.
The Program Committee is putting a lot of energy and enthusiasm into the tracks this year. Having more speakers and shorter breaks was a popular change for last year that will be carried forward this year. The tracks cover a wide range of topics designed to interest managers, developers, testers, and other engineering professionals.
Speaking at PNSQC
PNSQC is seeking speakers of all experience levels and backgrounds to contribute to our conference program. Speaking in front of your peers offers benefits far beyond what a general attendee comes away with. Each year, we present three (3) awards for the top presentations chosen in real-time by the attendees via the PNSQC mobile app, so the opportunity to be recognized by your peers and the software quality community is even stronger.
Sponsors and Partners
PNSQC invites sponsors and partners to contact us about opportunities for supporting the conference while sharing your brand with attendees. Financial support may qualify for tax deductions as PNSQC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.
Volunteers and Donors
PNSQC invites all interested individuals and organizations to give back to the PNSQC community and the broader quality management community by becoming our volunteers or donors. Some volunteer activities qualify for development units toward maintaining professional certifications. Donations are tax deductible.