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Today's RF tomorrow's medicine

Call for Papers

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IET RF and Microwave Technology Network is proudly hosting the 2nd Technical Enterprise Workshop on "Todays RF tomorrow’s medicine". Call for papers - Abstract acceptance notification date is 16 February 2013.

Date and Time

27 February 2013 - 14:00-17:00

Location

London, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the RF & Microwave Engineering TPN. Contact Kafil Ahmed at kafil.uddin@gmail.com for more information.


About this event

'IET RF and Microwave Technology Network is proudly hosting the 2nd Technical Enterprise Workshop on "Today's RF tomorrow’s medicine".

Radio frequency (RF) technology is known as the integral part in many applications and relates to the current and future health care services. 

This workshop will highlight the recent research and innovations in this fast growing field. Many healthcare aspects using the RF technology will also be raised and answered by the speakers and poster presenters.

It is a highly recommended event for RF researchers and professionals in health care sectors.
The IET technical enterprise workshop is well accepted by the wider RF and Microwave committee. 

Please visit our First Technical Enterprise Workshop to share the success story.

Speakers

Academic Speakers

Professor Chris McLeod (DPhil, MIPEM), Principal Research Fellow in Cardiovascular Instrumentation, Imperial College

Professor Yang Hao, Queen Mary College

Industry Speaker

Andrew Larkins, CEO, Lime Tree Innovation

Poster themes

Workshop poster topics include, but are not limited to:

  •  Medical diagnostic applications using RF
  •  Ground penetrating and biological radar systems
  •  RF heating systems for medical applications
  •  The impact of RF regulations on medical devices
  •  Implantable electronics
  •  RF surgical technology
  •  MRI RF signal processing techniques
  •  RF and microwave in emerging technologies
  •  RF and Microwave in medical applications
  •  Fundamentals of microwave metamaterials and transformation electromagnetics
  •  Compact microwave devices for future microwave wireless technology
  •  Analytical and numerical modelling of RF and Microwave based structures

Call for papers is closed.

Submission deadline for abstracts Friday 08 February 2013.

Acceptance notification: Saturday 16 February 2013.

Abstract Preparation:

All authors are requested to submit a maximum of 2-page abstract. The Abstract should be in MS Word format (doc) or in Adobe Portable Document format (pdf). Please use the workshop templates to prepare your abstract.

Abstract Submission:

Please Send you paper as an email attachment to the workshop coordinator:
Kafil Ahmed and please indicate in your email under which topic your submission shall be presented.

Programme

This workshop comprises 1 hour presentation from two distinguished speakers followed by a poster competition.

13:00 - Registration
14:00 - Welcome: Professor Yang Hao, Queen Mary, University of London
14:30 - RF coupled implantable sensors: Professor Chris McLeod, Imperial College
15:30 - Poster Presentation and Refreshment
16:30 - Turning sharp ideas into growing businesses through collaborative innovation: Andrew Larkins, Lime Tree Innovation
17:30 - Poster Award Ceremony and Closing Plenary: Dr Chris Mann, IET RF and Microwave Technology Network

Reasons to attend

The workshop enables professionals, young researchers and research students to interact with relevant industries and experts.

Additional information

This event was jointly organised by Queen Mary College, University of London; IET Professional Networks on RF and Microwave, Health care technologies, Electromagnetics and IET Antenna and Propagation. 

Sponsor

 

Emblation (logo)

This event is being sponsored by: emblation microwave

Emblation is a global leader in microwave technology with a strong focus on medical devices. 

Established in the USA in 2007, the company relocated to Scotland the following year to continue research into novel microwave based medical products.



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