International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility - EMC Europe 2020 EMC research and conferences in Europe have a long tradition. From the series of independent EMC Symposia based in Wroclaw, Zurich, and
International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility – EMC Europe 2020
EMC research and conferences in Europe have a long tradition. From the series of independent EMC Symposia based in Wroclaw, Zurich, and Rome, running every second year, has emerged EMC Europe which is organized every year in a European city to provide an international forum for the exchange of technical information on EMC. The 2020 EMC Europe Symposium will be held at the Engineering Faculty of Sapienza University of Rome, from September 7-11, 2020. The Symposium will cover the entire scope of electromagnetic compatibility including emerging technologies. Oral and Poster Sessions, Workshops, Tutorials, Short-Courses, and Special Sessions will be organized.
In addition, an EMC exhibition will be held in parallel with the conference. The Exhibition offers an excellent opportunity for all segments of EMC Community to meet, providing an international gathering for everyone involved in technologies associated with RF, Microwave, Antenna, EMC Instrumentation, Analysis Software, Materials and Nanotechnologies, Books and Journals.
Visit www.emceurope2020.org for more information.
15 January 2020: Special Sessions
15 February 2020: Paper Submissions
15 March 2020: Proposals for Workshops/Tutorials
20 April 2020: Notification of Acceptance
20 May 2020: Final Paper Submission
7 (Monday) 1:00 am - 11 (Friday) 1:00 am
CALL FOR PAPERS TRACK 1: EOS/ESD in Manufacturing – Control Materials, Technologies, and Techniques Parallel TRACK 2: On-Chip ESD Design, including System Level ESD, Testing, and ESD
CALL FOR PAPERS
TRACK 1: EOS/ESD in Manufacturing – Control Materials,
Technologies, and Techniques
Parallel TRACK 2: On-Chip ESD Design, including System Level ESD, Testing, and ESD Case Studies
Submission Deadline: February 10, 2020
september 13 (Sunday) - 18 (Friday)
Peppermill Resort and Casino
2707 S Virginia St.
Join us at a local Women in Electronics Chapter meeting! The Europe Division meetings are structured to share the mission and goals of the WE organization
Join us at a local Women in Electronics Chapter meeting! The Europe Division meetings are structured to share the mission and goals of the WE organization at the local level in order to provide an opportunity for strategic networking, professional and personal development, and a forum for collaborative thought leadership.
As Women in Electronics expands, Europe will be grouped by North, South, East, and West Divisions. Membership is inclusive of women in the Electronics Industry at any stage in their career, in any aspect of the channel.
What is the purpose of a division meeting?
Division meetings provide you with the opportunity to develop new and nurture your existing relationships within the Electronics Industry – while also gaining relevant industry information and leadership training that will enhance your career. Whether you are attending for the first time or getting reacquainted with an old friend, Women in Electronics division meetings provide opportunities to share ideas and experiences with industry colleagues in your area.
What can I expect at a division meeting?
Our division meetings take place in an interactive environment led by a trained WE Division Chair where participants can exchange ideas, grow, and learn together. The content surrounding the discussion is taken from one of the monthly leadership trainings from that quarter. We discuss ways in which we can take the information learned as a group and apply it to our individual professional and personal lives.
Will there be a formal agenda?
The chapter meetings are about 90 minutes and deliver the WE corporate messages and leadership training material through the local Division Chair. There will be a brief organizational overview as well as a presentation regarding the leadership training material. The discussions become very interactive, but remain consistent with the WE format and values. All division meetings will be delivering the same content, so if you travel, you will have options in Europe and all over the globe to participate and make new industry contacts!
Do we meet in person?
When global conditions permit, we will have in person meetings again! We will continue with virtual meetings quarterly and add an in person networking event as soon as we are able. In the meantime, please participate in the virtual events offered and use the membership directory to connect with your WE family!
Is there a cost?
We make our best attempts to obtain financial support for all division meetings. Non-members may attend one meeting free of charge. If you know of a company interested in being an Event Supporter for a local chapter meeting, please contact us.
How do I hear about the Europe division meetings?
When you set up your WE account, you have the opportunity to approve the division you have been placed in or change the division that best fits your needs. All members will be assigned a division.
Not part of the WE family just yet?
Great news! Bring a friend! Non-members are granted the opportunity to attend a division meeting with no obligation. If you like what you hear, please join our community by accessing our membership page.
(Wednesday) 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm CET
https://www.emcsociety.org/wp/?page_id=35 Speakers: Dr. Bogdan Adamczyk is professor and director of the EMC Center
Dr. Bogdan Adamczyk is professor and director of the EMC Center at Grand Valley State University where he develops EMC educational material and teaches EMC certificate courses for industry (www.gvsu.edu/emccenter/). He is an iNARTE certified EMC Master Design Engineer. Prof. Adamczyk is the author of the textbook “Foundations of Electromagnetic Compatibility with Practical Applications” (Wiley, 2017). He has taught numerous EMC courses for industry and authored over 50 publications on EMC education, measurement and testing. He is a technical editor for Interference Technology Magazine and writes a monthly column “EMC Concepts Explained” for In Compliance Magazine. He can be reached at [email protected]
Jim Teune is a co-founder and EMC Specialist at E3 Compliance which focuses on EMC and High-speed design, analysis and pre-compliance testing. He is an iNARTE certified EMC Engineer and Master EMC Design Engineer. Jim is an industrial partner of the EMC Center at Grand Valley State University and supports STEM activities. He has co-authored several papers for IEEE and ASEE (American Society of Engineering Educators) as well as articles for In Compliance Magazine. He can be reached at [email protected]
Scott Mee is a co-founder and EMC specialist at E3 Compliance which focuses on EMC and High-speed design, analysis and pre-compliance testing. He is an iNARTE certified EMC Engineer and Master EMC Design Engineer. He has co-authored and presented numerous technical articles through the IEEE EMC symposia and publications. Scott is an industrial partner of the EMC Center at GVSU and supports academic and student activities to further EMC learning at the University. He can be reached at [email protected]
All Day (Thursday)
Embassy Suites by Hilton Detroit Livonia Novi
19525 Victor Parkway Livonia, MI 48152, US
This webinar helps decision-makers as well as design and test engineers understand the different risk categories and test concepts for wireless coexistence testing for products belonging to the smart home,
This webinar helps decision-makers as well as design and test engineers understand the different risk categories and test concepts for wireless coexistence testing for products belonging to the smart home, smart city, medical, smart health, and automotive domain.
We will be talking about how to classify connected products in a tier-based risk system, risk assessment in terms of frequency and wireless communication technology, intended use determination, physical and application layer KPI determination, EM environment recreation, and worst-case scenario testing.
All Day (Wednesday) EST
EMC Live 2020 is a series of free online learning events for engineers. For the first time ever, it's expanding into five topic-specific, one-day events. Each day will focus on
EMC Live 2020 is a series of free online learning events for engineers. For the first time ever, it’s expanding into five topic-specific, one-day events. Each day will focus on one of the five most popular EMC topics in the industry:
February 25th | MIL-Aero EMC
April 7th | EMC Testing
June 9th | Automotive EMC
September 1st | IoT, Wireless, 5G EMC
November 10th | EMC Fundamentals
For more information visit:
All Day (Tuesday)
The 8th International Conference on Antennas and Electromagnetic Systems (AES 2020) will be held in the fascinating city of Marrakesh - Morocco, from 1 to 4 June 2020. AES 2020
The 8th International Conference on Antennas and Electromagnetic Systems (AES 2020) will be held in the fascinating city of Marrakesh – Morocco, from 1 to 4 June 2020. AES 2020 will feature several Plenary and Invited Lectures by world leading experts on all aspects of Antennas, Electromagnetics, Propagation, and Measurements.
Call for papers
Call for special session proposals
Confirmed Plenary speakers (more TBA soon!):
Ahmed Kishk, 2017 IEEE AP-S President, Concordia University (Canada)
Stefano Maci, University of Siena (Italy)
Yahya Rahmat-Samii, University of California, Los Angeles (USA)
David R. Smith, Duke University (USA)
Nikolay Zheludev, Univ. of Southampton (UK) & NTU (Singapore)
AES 2020 will also feature several Technical Tutorials instructed by leading experts on various topics of interest to the AES community (free of charge to the conference attendees).
10 February 2020: Abstract Submission Deadline, 23:00 (PST)
13 March 2020: Early Bird Registration Deadline
24 April 2020: Advanced Registration Deadline
24 April 2020: Full-papers Submission Deadline, 23:00 (PST)
Further details on AES 2020 can be found at the website: http://aesconference.org
november 24 (Tuesday) - 27 (Friday)
CALL FOR PAPERS PAPER SUBMISSION IS OPEN - SUBMIT YOUR PAPER NOW The Premier Microwave, RF, Wireless and Radar Event
|CALL FOR PAPERS|
|PAPER SUBMISSION IS OPEN – SUBMIT YOUR PAPER NOW|
|The Premier Microwave, RF, Wireless and Radar Event in Europe|
|Submit Summaries by 14th February, 2020|
The 23rd European Microwave Week, being held in the historic city of Utrecht, The Netherlands features:
- A 6 day International Event
- 3 Major Conferences over 5 days
- Many Student and Young Professionals Activities
- Workshops, Short Courses and Special Sessions
- The Forum on Defence, Security and Space
- The Automotive Forum
- A 3 day European Microwave Exhibition
- Exhibitor Workshops and Seminars
january 10 (Sunday) - 15 (Friday)
Jaarbeurs Convention Centre
Jaarbeursplein 3521 AL
New Date Announced May 19, 2021–May 20, 2021 We are back for 2020! In co-operation with EMC Standards, we are re-launching the event as "EMC & Compliance International" as an independent event back
New Date Announced
May 19, 2021–May 20, 2021
We are back for 2020!
In co-operation with EMC Standards, we are re-launching the event as “EMC & Compliance International” as an independent event back at the updated Newbury Racecourse. The Training Workshops by Keith Armstrong and the Technical Workshops also organized by Keith will be running alongside the exhibition. If you are in the EMC or related Compliance business, then this is an event not to be missed.
The dates of the event are Wednesday, May 20th and Thursday, May 21st, 2020.