- Deadline of paper submission : May 10, 2018
- Notification of Acceptance : June 27, 2018
- Early-bird Registration: July 10, 2018
iWEM started in Taipei in 2010 for the first time as "International Conference on Applications of
Electromagnetism and Student Innovation Awards" (2010 ICAE/SIA), and it then continued but renamed
in Taipei in 2011 as "IEEE International Workshop on Electromagnetics: Applications and Student
Innovation Competition" (2011 IEEE iWEM). Supported by IEEE, this workshop series will be held in
rotation in Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, and Japan. Different from other recognized conferences and/or
workshops, this workshop series focuses more on student innovation competition and runs in a single
session format. 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 (which may lead to awards).
IEEE iWEM2018 is organized by the IEEE AP-S Nagoya Chapter, and technically co-sponsored by IEEE AP-S
Tokyo/Fukuoka/Kansai Chapters, IEEE Nagoya Section, and IEICE Communications Society. The venue of
the workshop is Nagoya Institute of Technology, Nagoya, Japan. Nagoya is one of the most historical
and industrial cities in Japan. All accepted papers will be included in IEEE Xplore.
The topics of interest include but are not limited to the following
- Electromagnetic Theory
- Computational Electromagnetics
- Antennas and Propagation
- Instrumentation and Measurement
- Advanced Materials in RF and THz
- Microwave Circuits and Systems
- Wireless Systems
- Millimeter wave, Terahertz Technologies
- Wireless Power Transmission and Harvesting
- MMIC, RFIC
- Other EM Topics
Paper Submission Guidelines
Authors must submit camera-ready papers with two A4 pages (double column)
including figures by the submission deadline via the workshop website.
The paper format and submission guideline will be found at the workshop web page.