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Active and Passive RF Devices Seminar

Seminar

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This Call for Contributions event provides the opportunity for networking with key people in the area with the presence of industrial leaders.

Date and Time

30 April 2018 - 09:00-17:00

Location

London, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the RF & Microwave Engineering TPN. Contact Jasmine Hodges at JHodges@theiet.org or on 01438 765656 for more information.


About this event

We are surrounded by advanced RF and Microwave technology; from the mobile phone in your pocket to the microwave oven in your kitchen, the parking assistance radar in your car and low cost satellite communications. While these are devices we very much take for granted, they are all still very intense areas of scientific research as mobile phones evolve to 5G,RF heating revolutionises food preparation and autonomous cars begin to navigate for themselves.

The topics covered in this seminar represent a slice of the latest breakthroughs and developments in the area of RF and Microwave technology. This is an excellent opportunity to find out what your peers in industry and academia will develop next, and a chance to share your own research.

Call for Contributions is now open and for the first time, no formal abstract is required. Simply email your proposed talk title and up to 500 words about what you want to present to ietconferences@theiet.org with the subject 'Active and Passive' by 19 February 2018 invited from the following areas, but not exclusively:

  • Amplifiers
  • Filters
  • Oscillators
  • High efficiency
  • Linear
  • Flexible architectures
  • Software defined radio
  • Mm Wave
  • Terahertz
  • 5G
  • Massive MIMO

Be considered for publication within IETInspec, IET Digital Library and IEEEXplore

Best Presentation Prize:
Submit your research for a chance to win a laptop, provided by Toshiba UK
The prize will be awarded on the day to the best presentation

Programme

TBC

Reasons to attend

  • Give PhD students an opportunity to present their work
  • Networking
  • Listen to presentations from a broad range of topics normally outside of your area
  • Dissemination research or product information

Continuing Professional Development

CPD logo declaring this event can contribute 7 hours towards your Continuing Professional Development

Cost

Free

Additional information

Sponsorship from:

National Instruments logo



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