Conferences November 2009-January 2010

Upcoming IEEE conferences cover printed antennas, power electronics, and more

4 September 2009

Featured Conference

austinInternational Test Conference

Austin, Texas
3–5 November

Celebrating its 40th anniversary, the conference focuses on the electronic test and design-for-test of devices, boards, and systems. Topics include board and system testing, defect-based testing, innovative industrial testing practices, and testing and design for manufacturability. Cooperative efforts on the part of academic­ groups, design tool and equipment suppliers, and test engineers to solve challenges facing the industry will be discussed. So will volume diagnosis, yield-learning adaptive testing, high-speed ­digital testing, and online testing.

SPONSORS: IEEE Computer Society and IEEE Philadelphia Section



porto35th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society

Porto, Portugal
3–5 November

Held in conjunction with the annual IEEE International Conference on E-Learning in Industrial Electronics, IECON-2009 focuses on applications for electronics, instrumentation, control, computational intelligence, and industrial and manufacturing systems and processes. Topics ­include power electronics, drives, sensors, actuators, signal processing, motion control, robotics, mechatronics, building automation, and informatics. Emerging technologies and applications such as renewable energy and the reuse of electronics will also be discussed.

SPONSORS: IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers, University of Minho, and Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto



belemInternational Microwave and Optoelectronics Conference

Belém, Brazil
3–6 November

The theme of this year’s conference is “Towards the Future.” Topics include microstrip and printed antennas, reflector antennas and feeds, antenna measurements, power amplifiers, ICs, mobile and indoor propagation, and nonlinear optics. Radio and radar meteorology, military applications, sensor systems, electromagnetic wave theories, and numerical methods are also in the program.

SPONSORS: IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society, Brazilian Microwave and Optoelectronics Society, Universidade Federal do Pará



arubaIEEE International Workshop on Computational Advances in Multi-Sensor Adaptive Processing

Palm Beach, Aruba
13–16 December

This workshop brings together researchers from such areas as array signal processing, optimization, sensor networks, and communication systems. Topics include convex optimization algorithms, relaxation methods, and computational linear algebra. Other topics include sampling methods, distributed computing, estimation, detection algorithms, and emerging techniques.

SPONSOR: IEEE Signal Processing Society



NOIEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium

New Orleans
10–14 January

The symposium is part of Radio Wireless Week 2010, which also includes the 10th Topical Meeting on Silicon Monolithic Integrated Circuits in RF Systems. It focuses on various aspects of wireless communication systems in the radio and wireless fields by exploring the relation between hardware design and system performance. Topics include 3G and 4G wireless communication services, satellite network systems, power-line communication technologies, microwave energy transmission, heterogeneous mobile networks, mobile network convergence, multicasting, and broadcasting. There are also three tracks of two-day sessions highlighting RF power amplifiers, biomedical applications of microwave systems, and sensors and sensor networks.

SPONSORS: IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society, Communications Society, Microwave Theory and Techniques Society, and Vehicular Technology Society



DCJoint Magnetism and Magnetic Materials–Intermag Conference

Washington, D.C.
18–22 January

The focus is on recent developments in fundamental and applied magnetism. Topics include experimental and theoretical research, the properties and synthesis of new magnetic materials, and advances in magnetics technology. The proceedings will be published in IEEE Transactions on Magnetics and the Journal of Applied Physics.

SPONSORS: IEEE Magnetics Society and the American Institute of Physics


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