iWEM 2019, IEEE International Workshop on Electromagnetics and Student Innovation Competition 2019 will be held at Qingdao, from Sep. 18-20, 2019.It is organized by Qingdao University of Technology (QUT), co-organized by Qingdao University (QDU), and Technically co-sponsored by IEEE AP-S/MTT-S/COM-S Qingdao Joint Chapter, Ocean University of China (OUC), the 41st Institute of China Electronics Technology Group Corporation (CETC41), and Bitcom Tech. Inc.
iWEM started in Taipei in 2010 and was named as “International Conference on Applications of Electromagnetism and Student Innovation Awards” (2010 ICAE/SIA). The conference was renamed in 2011 as “IEEE International Workshop on Electromagnetics: Applications and Student Innovation Competition” (2011 IEEE iWEM). It provides not only an international platform for scientists and engineers to exchange their ideas, but also a good venue for young scholars and students to demonstrate their innovative results. Your participation to the coming iWEM2019 is highly appreciated. We sincerely invite you to join the conference and enjoy the beautiful city of Qingdao in China.
All original papers will be submitted to IEEE Crosscheck System to check the Multiple Publication and Plagiarism problems, please prepare your paper carefully before submission.
The similarity rate of final papers must be lower than 30% as a whole, and every similarity must be lower than 10% with each one referenced paper including the paper published by the same author before, it is multiple submission.
Paper Submission Deadline:
May 18, 2019
Notification of Acceptance:
July 1, 2019
Final Paper Submission:
July 15, 2019
Early Bird Registration:
July 18, 2019
September 18-20, 2019
The topics include, but are not limited to, the following technical areas:
Applied Electromagnetics for Multidisciplinary Engineering
Instrumentation and Measurement
Millimeter Wave, THz Technologies
Microwave Circuits and Systems
Advanced Materials and Processes in RF and THz
Wireless Power Transmission and Harvesting
Biomedical techniques and devices
Antennas and Propagation