Call for Papers for EMV 2020 Offers Opportunity to Exchange Expert Knowledge
EMV specialists from science and industry can submit topics for conference lectures and workshops for the EMV 2020.
"Every two years, the EMV conference offers an excellent platform to present work and findings to a technical and scientific audience. Contributions are very welcome, especially if trend topics such as autonomous driving, electromobility, wireless technology or digitization are included," explains the Chairman of the EMV 2020 committee Professor Dr.-Ing. Heyno Garbe from the Leibniz University Hannover.
For the event, which will take place for the first time in Cologne from 17 – 19 March 2020, the committee has defined the following topics:
A) Sources of interference
B) EMV analysis
C) System EMC
D) Interference suppression measures
E) Measurement and test engineering
F) Standardization and regulation
G) Protection of critical infrastructure
H) EMC in industrial applications
I) Traffic engineering
J) Information and communication technology
K) Energy technology
L) EMC-compliant circuit design
M) Lightning protection, overvoltage technology
N) Biomedical engineering
O) Electromagnetic tolerance in the environment (EMTE)
P) Electric mobility
The EMV conference and workshops enable knowledge transfer at the highest level. As part of the comprehensive further education program, speakers will be able to share their specialist knowledge with the highly qualified audience. Depending on the scope, thematic structure and target group, it is advisable to submit an abstract for a 20-minute contribution for the German-language conference or to apply for a three-hour workshop in German or English.
The 29-member committee, consisting of representatives from industry and science, will review the submitted abstracts. The deadline for online submission of proposals is 14 August 2019.
Awards for Outstanding Contributions
In 2020, the best contributions at the conference will again be honored with the Best Paper Award and the Young Engineer Award.
The submission conditions and further information on the call for papers can be found on the EMV website.
Founded in 1988, the EMV has become a major player in the industry. Benefit from the many years of expertise at Europe's most important exhibition for electromagnetic compatibility. The EMV cooperates with key players from the trade press in order to offer the community the most current and relevant topics of the industry in the run-up to as well as during the exhibition and conference.
The exhibition, conference and workshop topics cover the entire spectrum of electromagnetic compatibility. Products and services from the following areas will be covered at EMV:
- Assembly and electronic production
- Automation technology
- Automotive electronics
- Drives technology
- EMC for vehicles
- EMC testing
- ESD protection
- Filters and filtering components
- Intelligent buildings/homes
- IT/data technology
- Lightning and overvoltage protection
- Medicine technology
- Services and others
- Simulation (software and institutes)