Spend a week learning EMC
Spend a week learning EMC design and test from “The EMC Century Plus Team” at the home of LF Research EMC Test Labs, just outside of Chicago, IL. Learn from four of the top EMC trainers in the business! Doug Smith specializes in high frequency measurements, EMC, and ESD and his 1-1/2-day presentation is loaded with live demos. Kenneth Wyatt specializes in EMI troubleshooting and pre-compliance testing and will describe how to assemble a low-cost EMI troubleshooting kit. Derek Walton owns a compliance test lab and specializes in EMC standards and test. Dan Beeker is an application engineer with NXP and will discuss proper PC board design for EMC compliance. Panel discussion Friday afternoon with FREE confidential consultation sessions afterwards. Select vendor/exhibitors will attend. YOU WON’T WANT TO MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY!
Inquire to Register for Individual Days:
- Day 1 with Doug Smith: System level ESD/EMI, newly developed troubleshooting techniques for ESD and circuit systems. Predicting long-term reliability of field issued and test lab problems, extensions to testing, cable discharge and ESD troubleshooting.
- Day 2 (AM) with Doug Smith – IC noise measurement, resonant frequency of physical structures, cell phone induces problems, analog design (RF and EMC issues), Common EMC test lab errors (trust, but verify).
- Day 2 (PM) with Derek Walton:
- Indoor versus outdoor test facilities
- Choosing appropriate standards
- Preparation for successful testing
- Radiated and conducted emissions & immunity testing
- Avoid Data misinterpretations
- Verifying propwer test methods
- Test Documentation
- Day 3 with Dan Beeker “PC Board Design for EMC Compliance”:
- The physics of EM Waves
- Easy methods of reducing EMI in PC boards
- Proper layer stack-ups to minimize EMI
- Design your boards right the first time!
- Day 4 with Ken Wyatt “EMI Troubleshooting & Pre-Compliance Testing at Your Facility”
- Basic EMC Design for product compliance
- A simple, low-cost, EMC troubleshooting kit you can assemble
- Troubleshooting and testing for emissions
- Troubleshooting and testing for immunity
- Case studies and demos
- Includes book “EMI Troubleshooting”
- Day 5 Panel Discussion and attendee specific product evaluation
“I have attended the entire suite of Doug’s high frequency measurement classes and highly recommend them to anyone involved in troubleshooting signal integrity and EMC issues. There isn’t a wasted minute in class. Each concept Doug teaches you can be put to use immediately. No fancy math needed…just down to earth, practical, hands-on approaches to solving problems. Doug classes are truly one-of-a-kind.”
“Doug is a wealth of information and very generous with his knowledge. His seminars are excellent, very engaging and relevent – great connection to the audience. Over the years I have asked for his help with various problems and have really appreciated his help.”
James Dull , Technician , Static Tek Inc
“Doug is one of the most talented engineers that I have had the pleasure to work with over many years. His engineering knowledge is extremely broad and surprisingly deep. Most engineers know a little about a number of subject areas. Doug on the other hand has the depth on almost any subject matter. Aside from being technically brilliant, Doug is also wonderful to work with. He was well liked by his team as well as others in the larger organization. With some luck, I will have the opportunity to work with Doug again.”
Russell Lait , VP Operations , Auspex managed Doug at Auspex Systems, Inc
4 (Monday) 1:00 am - 8 (Friday) 1:00 am
Boulder City, Nevada
Course Topics Automotive Electronic Systems
- Automotive Electronic Systems Design for EMC Compliance (2 days)
- EMC Test Chamber Design for Vehicle and Electronic Sub-Assemblies (ESA) Testing (1/2 day)
- EMC Compliant Design of Electric Vehicle (EV) and Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) Systems and Drives (1/2 day)
Who Should Attend
- Engineers who design electronics that operate in or near modern automobiles
- EMC Engineers who support automotive, aerospace or industrial control systems
- EMC test engineers or people who supervise the EMC testing of their products
- Circuit board layout professionals
Benefits of Attending
- Introduces fundamental EMC concepts and guidelines that are an essential part of electronic systems design; particularly systems that must operate in modern vehicle environments
- Brings experienced engineers up-to-speed on EMC issues affecting the latest technologies including new challenges associated with wireless communications, Gbps communications in unshielded environments, drive-by-wire, electric and hybrid-electric drives
- Small class size allows students to receive individual guidance related to the EMC issues that are most relevant to their own products
- Provides updated information on new chamber design or modifications available to existing chambers to support e-motor testing, and reviews proposed changes to the major automotive standards
- Offers “real-world” examples of lecture material presented through live demonstrations in a test lab environment
- Fosters networking with peers and interaction with speakers due to the small class size
In addition, the short course will provide EMC design guidance related to system interactions with a wide variety of automotive systems including:
5 (Tuesday) 1:00 am - 7 (Thursday) 1:00 am
19 (Tuesday) 1:00 am - 21 (Thursday) 1:00 am
CALL FOR PAPERS: The 22st
CALL FOR PAPERS: The 22st Annual DoD Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) Program Review will be held 01-05 April 2018 at Naval Weapons Station (NWS) Charleston in Charleston, SC. Abstracts for the “General Session” are now being accepted. Abstracts should be no longer than one page. Abstracts should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. Twenty-minute timeslots will be allocated for presentations. The General Session will accommodate unclassified presentations that are approved for public release. Presentations will have to go through the individual’s agency for PAO approval.
The Program Review is an information exchange forum for DoD Components, the Federal Government, and Industry E3 and Spectrum Management and related professionals to collaborate, network, and meet to discuss policy and regulations, acquisition trends, operational supportability, and emerging technology. It also features dozens of technical presentations, several training seminars, and many working groups, ad hoc meetings, and exhibitions. The proposed theme of this year’s event is TBD. Presentations in any of the following topics, and others, will be acceptable.
- Modeling & Simul./Database Tools
- Electromagnetic Environmental Effects
- Spectrum Management
- Radiation Hazards
- Emerging Spectrum Technology
- Direct Energy Weapons
- E3 Testing and Evaluation
- Military and Commercial EMC Standards
- Dynamic Spectrum Access
- Electromagnetic Pulse
- High-Power Microwave
- Interference Mitigation Efforts
- Acquisition & Technology Programs
- Spectrum Supportability Risk Assessment
- Other related topics
HOTEL: The Charleston Marriott rate will be at or below the prevailing Government lodging rate; reservation deadline, booking information, and booking code are TBD.
EVENT WORKSHOPS AND SIDEBAR MEETINGS: Meeting space will be available throughout the week to host working groups and sidebar meetings for program review attendees. Space can be reserved by contacting email@example.com and specifying the session topic, number of participants, duration, and audio/visual requirements.
EVENT REGISTRATION: The registration fee is $250.00 (tentatively; this number may be adjusted). Online registration link and other related information is TBD.
11JAN2019 – Abstracts Due (Submit to firstname.lastname@example.org)
25JAN2019 – Notification of Topic Acceptance TBD – Hotel Reservations (Last Day for Contracted Room Rate)
15MAR2019 – Final Presentations Due
TBD – Deadline for Visit Request for Classified Navy Day Session TBD
TBD – Deadline for Online Event Registration is 12:00 Noon (EST)
EXHIBIT/BOOTH SPACE: Contact Dave Johnson at FBC (240) 841-2209 or email to email@example.com.
RESTRICTED SESSION REGISTRATION: Additional information to be announced.
TRAINING SEMINARS: Additional information to be announced.
DRESS CODE: Dress is military service uniform for active duty and business casual for civilians.
For any questions or additional information, please send inquires to mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (410) 919-2744. Information updates will be posted online at https://www.dau.mil/cop/e3/Pages/E3-Program-Review-Conference.aspx. There is also a link at that location to update your contact information for future Program Review emails. Please freely disseminate this link so we can capture as many interested participants as possible.
1 (Monday) - 5 (Friday)
Naval Weapons Station (NWS) Charleston
2316 Red Bank Rd, Goose Creek, SC 29445
Don't miss it! EDI CON
Don’t miss it! EDI CON CHINA returns to Beijing. In its seventh year, EDI CON CHINA includes technical sessions, workshops, panels, keynotes, and demonstrations from industry leading exhibitors in RF, microwave, and high-speed digital industries.
Register now to SAVE 50% on a conference pass.
Use VIP Code:
EDICON19MWJ in the payment step.
1 (Monday) 1:00 am - 3 (Wednesday) 1:00 am
China National Convention Center
China National Convention Center, Beijing, China
EMC LIVE™ has quickly become one of the largest, dedicated EMC events anywhere in the world with over 3,400 registrations from 62 countries in 2018, and representatives from over 500 companies. And it’s all online. This unique online live, event of technical presentations, roundtables, product demonstrations, videos and whitepapers is not just an event, it’s an experience. EMC LIVE™ offers the opportunity to generate high quality, well-qualified sales leads and to position your company as a true thought leader in your area of expertise. We accomplish this through the use of sponsorships, webinars, content downloads, and a powerful marketing campaign to bring new customers to each year’s event. Space is limited and open now. Contact us early to reserve the best times.
23 (Tuesday) 1:00 am - 25 (Thursday) 1:00 am
Aerospace industry is under
Aerospace industry is under the continuous pressure due to an increasing demand for new services and technologies, higher integration level of electronics and reducing overall mass and volume of systems. New technologies and trends are calling for new approaches and methods to achieve compatibility between a huge variety of equipment. In the view of traditional verification approach from equipment to subsystem to system level, the extended use of commercial off the shelf components and the miniaturization into the Cube Sat standards present new challenges to the EMC society. In order to avoid retesting, fixing or redesign of already integrated systems, EMC engineers are seeking to improve the means of forecasting possible compatibility issues and validating subsystem designs. To achieve these goals a close collaboration of industry, academia and agencies is required.
The main goals of the Workshop are to:
- Establish a forum opportunity for EMC researchers and engineers involved in aerospace
- Give a wide picture of the present state of EMC technology and trends
- Encourage awareness of, and foster discussion in future developments which will allow the EMC community to keep the pace of spacecraft and aircraft design advances and challenges
The "2019 Joint International Symposium
The “2019 Joint International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility and Asia-Pacific International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Sapporo” (EMC Sapporo & APEMC 2019) will be held at “Sapporo Convention Center”, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, from June 3 to 7, 2019. EMC Sapporo & APEMC 2019 is the 8th “International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility” organized by IEICE-CS, and the first joint symposium under technical co-sponsorship by Asia-Pacific EMC (APEMC). We would like to invite all engaged in research and development in the various fields of electromagnetic compatibility to participate in this Symposium.
This EMC Symposium series has a long history and it has been held every 5 years. The first of its series was held in Tokyo in 1984, which was the first IEEE EMC Symposium held outside USA sharing sponsorship with IECE. Ever since the second in 1989, this symposium series has been sponsored by IEICE.
3 (Monday) - 7 (Friday)
Over the past two decades,
Over the past two decades, the IEEE Workshop on Signal and Power Integrity (SPI) has evolved into a forum of exchange on the latest research and developments on design, characterization, modeling, simulation and testing for Signal and Power Integrity at chip, package, board and system level. The workshop brings together developers and researchers from industry and academia in order to encourage cooperation. In view of last year’s success, the Committee is looking forward to the 23rd Edition which will convene in the French Alpes, in the charming town of Chambery, on the shores of the Bourget lake. The SPI2019 technical program will include both oral and poster sessions. A number of prominent experts will be giving tutorials on areas of emerging interest. The Conference Proceedings will be published with an ISBN code and will appear in IEEE Xplore. On this web site you can find all information regarding the 23rd IEEE Workshop on Signal and Power Integrity. It is our pleasure to invite you to the conference and we look forward to meeting you in France!
18 (Tuesday) 1:00 am - 21 (Friday) 1:00 am
The 2019 IEEE International Symposium
The 2019 IEEE International Symposium on EMC+SIPI is the leading of EMC and Signal & Power Integrity techniques to engineers of all backgrounds. The Symposium features five full days of training, innovative sessions, interactive workshops & tutorials, experiments & demonstrations, and social networking events. And now you can pick how you’d like to attend – in person or online!
Join us July 22 – 26, 2019 in New Orleans, LA!
22 (Monday) - 26 (Friday)
On behalf of the EMC
On behalf of the EMC Europe International Steering Committee, I am delighted to welcome you to the major European conference on Electromagnetic Compatibility, from 2nd to 6th September 2019 in Barcelona, an enchanting seaside city with boundless culture, fabled architecture and a world-class gastronomic scene.
EMC Europe 2019 focuses on the high quality of scientific and technical contributions providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and latest research results from academia, research laboratories and industry from all over the world.
The symposium gives the unique opportunity to present the progress and results of your work in any EMC topic, including emerging trends. Special sessions, workshops, tutorials and an exhibition will be organized along with regular sessions.
Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, is a Mediterranean and cosmopolitan city with Roman remains, medieval quarters and the most beautiful examples of 20th century Modernism and avant-garde. Pedestrian streets in the old quarter, green spaces, and a splendid seafront with a range of modern facilities are a reflection of its multi-faceted character.
We do hope you will enjoy both the conference and your stay in Barcelona. See more at Youtube.
2 (Monday) 1:00 am - 6 (Friday) 1:00 am
The International Conference on Lightning and Static Electricity (ICOLSE) will be co-hosted by Wichita State University’s (WSU) National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR) and Electro Magnetic Applications, Inc. (EMA) at the National Center for Aviation Training in Wichita, Kansas, USA, on September 10 – 13, 2019.
ICOLSE, held every two years, focuses on lightning phenomenology, effects on and protection of aircraft and other air vehicles, and a wide variety of ground-based systems and facilities such as alternative energy (wind, solar), space launch, telecom, and recreational theme parks. Conference sessions will also address static electricity generation, effects, and protection for aerospace vehicles and industrial facilities that experience the effects of static electricity.
The call for papers is now open. Please submit your abstract, not to exceed 400 words, by February 22, 2019. More details on topics and author instructions are available at ICOLSE.com/call-for-papers.
Early bird registration is now open! At $275, reserve your spot now. We expect the event to sell out, so do not delay. Full details and the registration link are live at ICOLSE.com.
Please refer to the conference website ICOLSE.com for additional information including the call for papers and further details of the conference.
10 (Tuesday) 1:00 am - 13 (Friday) 1:00 am
Dear Colleague, It is a
It is a great pleasure and honor for us to invite you to the 12th IEEE International Workshop on the Electromagnetic Compatibility of Integrated Circuits (EMC COMPO) to be held in Hangzhou, China, Oct. 21-23, 2019.
Since the first IC EMC Workshop is incepted in 1999 in Toulouse, France, www.emccompo.org, it has been held 10 times in Europe and one in Japan, the 12th EMC COMPO is the first time held in China. It will continue the EMC COMPO spirit and address the world-wide EMC issues primary in IC EMC community, the 12th EMC COMPO will serve as a broad exchange platform for both academia and industry.
The symposium Technical Program Committee invites you to submit your original and unpublished papers in all aspects of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) as well as signal and power Integrity (SI/PI), including but not limited to EMC/SI/PI design, modeling, management, measurements, and education.
Please plan ahead and join this unique symposium, meet international colleagues, present your latest research findings, share your insight and perspectives, ask questions, learn from experts and innovators, explore collaborations, visit exhibitions and see new products.
[Symposium Website] www.emcconf.org
====== Important Dates ======
I. Call for papers
|Preliminary Paper Submission (3 pages in PDF format); Abstract Submission (500 words) Tutorial /workshop proposal||
12 July 2019
| Notification of review feedback
(500 words with author names & affiliations)
|16 August 2019|
|Final Paper Due||05 September 2019|
II. Call for Special Sessions
Special-Session Proposal Schedule
• Proposals for Special Sessions by: 12 July 2019
• Special Session Paper must be submitted by September 2019
III. Call for Workshops & Tutorials
• Proposals to be submitted by 12 July 2019
EMC-Compo will be held for the first time in China in 2019!
Recent advances on IC EMC will be presented!
Don’t miss this great EMC Event in China!
21 (Monday) 1:00 am - 23 (Wednesday) 1:00 am