Submission Deadline for Regular Papers is closed
Submission Deadline for Workshops, Tutorials and Short Courses: 15 March 2018
Notification of Acceptance for Regular Papers, Workshops, Tutorials and Short Courses: 15 April 2018
Submission of Final Material for Regular Papers, Special Session Papers, Workshops, Tutorials & Short Courses: 15 May 2018
Reduced Fee Registration: 15 May 2018
Conference: 27 to 30 August 2018
A version of the Final Programme can be downloaded here.
You can download the Call for Papers in PDF format here.
Prospective authors are invited to submit original papers on their latest research results focusing on all EMC aspects.
Authors should submit their full paper (up to 6 pages and approximately 5500 words in 2-column format, with pictures and charts, diagrams) complying to IEEE format before February 15, 2018.
The paper has to be written in English and clearly explain the originality and relevance to conference technical areas.
The paper has to be uploaded via the EMC Europe 2018 conference system.
All submitted papers will be evaluated by a peer review process. Paper acceptance will be based on following criteria:
- Quality of technical content
- Significance for theory or practice
- Originality and level of innovativeness
- Quality of presentation
Authors will be notified about the review results by e-mail. All reviewer comments and suggestions will be available in the conference system.
The best Symposium Paper and best student paper will be selected by the International Steering Committee and awarded by the Local Organizing Committee.
- EMC Sources (incl. Transient, Surge, Intentional)
- Transmission Lines
- Shielding and Grounding
- Materials & Sensors
- EMC Theory, Analysis and Simulation
- EMC of Components and Integrated Circuits
- EMC in Power Electronics
- EMC in Communications
- System-Level EMC
- Human Exposure and Health Protection
- EMC in Medical Devices
- EMC Standards, Management & Regulations
- EMC & Safety & Security
- EMC in Industrial Environments
- EMC in Military Applications
- EMC in the Internet of Things
- EMC Validation of Large Systems
- Power Integrity, Signal Integrity
- Any other relevant topics related to EMC
- SS Aerospace EMC
- SS Railway EMC
- SS Risk-based EMC for Complex Systems
- SS EMC Diagnostics of Complex Systems
- SS Power Quality and EMC
- SS EMC and Education
- SS Low Frequency EMI
- SS Electromagnetic Eavesdropping (TEMPEST)
- SS Automotive EMC
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Workshops and Tutorials are informal, interactive educational presentations, often addressing practical issues encountered in EMC laboratories.
Workshops and tutorials are scheduled for one-half day or full day.
For proposals that are accepted, the workshop or tutorial organizer will be responsible for soliciting presentations, coordinating reviews, corresponding with session speakers, ensuring deadlines are met by all their speakers, corresponding with the symposium Local Committee and moderating the session at the symposium.
Please send Proposals for workshops or tutorials to Marcel van der Horst (email@example.com).
You can also upload your proposal and presentations for proposed workshops or tutorials through the conference system according to deadline (March 15, 2018)