General Information
Call for Papers

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The topics include, but are not limited to, the following technical areas:
  • Computational Methods, EM Theory and Modeling: Integral Equation/Differential Equation; Time Domain/Frequency Domain; Hybrid and Multi-Physics; Low Frequency and High Frequency; Optimization Techniques; Parallel and GPU Computations;
  • Antenna Modeling, Synthesis and Applications: Small Antennas; Wideband and Multiband Antennas; Terahertz Antennas; Antenna Arrays; Dielectric Resonator Antennas; Printed and Conformal Antennas; RFID antennas/systems; Space and satellite antennas; Antennas with advanced/complex/artificial materials and processes;
  • RF, Microwave, Millimeter-wave and THz Circuit/Sub-System Modeling, Design and Applications: Passive/active devices; Multifunctional devices; Reconfigurable devices; Digital RF devices; 5G;
  • Artificial Materials and Photonic Applications: Engineering Metamaterials; Microwave Photonics; Adaptive smart materials; Metasurfaces; Wave-matter interactions;
  • Nano-electronics and 2D Graphene Applications: Nanotechnology; Carbon nanotubes and 2D graphene electronic and optoelectronic devices;
  • Advanced/Semiconductor Processes Characterization, Modelling, Design and Applications: Wide bandgap/emerging semiconductor electronic devices; Advanced silicon; IPD and TSV; 3D printing and Inkjet printing; MEMS and MMIC; LTCC and LCP based RF & microwave devices;
  • Bio-Applications: Bio-EM; power/data telemetry; on-/in-body antennas; MRI; Body channel modeling;
  • Wireless Power Applications: Wireless power and RF energy harvesting; EMC of wireless power;
  • Microwave Radar and SAR Applications: Microwave remote sensing; SAR algorithms and systems; Inverse scattering; Radar techniques;
  • Microwave Measurement and EMC: Near-field techniques; Microscopy; Microwave measurement techniques; microwave property characterization of materials; EMC issues.

Electronic Paper Submission:
Prospective authors are invited to submit manuscripts in electronic (PDF) format only. All papers must be written in English and limited to two pages including text, references, and figures. Submitted papers should strictly follow the conference paper template available on the website. Only one accepted paper can be associated with one full conference registration. Papers submitted will be peer reviewed and all papers presented at the conference will be included in IEEE Xplore pending quality review and further indexed by Engineering Index (EI).

Special Issue in Applied Computational Electromagnetic Society (ACES) Journal:
Authors of all papers presented at the symposium are invited to submit an expanded version of their papers to Applied Computational Electromagnetic Society (ACES) Journal (SCI). Papers that have some computational results to validate measurements or to post process measured data are especially encouraged for submission.

Best Paper Awards:
Awards for Best Student Paper(s) will be presented to the winners at the conference. The Awards Committee will judge the papers primarily on originality, significance, technical soundness, presentation, and reviewers’ reports. To qualify for the Best Student Paper, the author must be a full-time student who presents, as the first author, the paper at the conference.
A Special Note: Students who wish to participate in this competition should upload their papers to two upload options simultaneously. First, upload it to the designated “Student Paper Competition” option. Second, upload the same copy to a related technical session. Failing to do so may result in disqualification of being considered in this contest.