1. Participate in More Than 200 Technical Sessions, Workshops & Tutorials, Hands on Experiments & Demonstrations, and Special Sessions with the world’s leading engineers in EMC and SIPI. Bring yourself up to date with the latest research and results, and gain ideas that you can take back to your own organization.
  2. Standards Week is a new special technical track on current and emerging International EMC and SIPI Standards, including open Working Group Meetings.
  3. Learn from the Distinguished Keynote Presenter, Prof. Gabriel M. Rebeiz with the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), as he delivers “5G and the Rise of Directive Communications: The End of the Marconi Era is Near," on July 23.
  4. Accelerate your Understanding of EMC and SIPI! The Clayton R. Paul Global University offers an intensive study by an accomplished team of instructors.
  5. Satisfy your Company’s Training Requirements. Qualified individuals can earn professional development hours (PDH) by attending many of the technical sessions, including the standards week sessions!
  6. Visit Over 150 Exhibitor Booths to Discover New Technologies, Instrumentation, Services, and Solutions. Attend the “Ask the Experts” Panels to get your most challenging questions answered by specialists in the topics.
  7. Browse Posters and Discover the Scientific Research of Your Peers and also attend the Student Poster Session where the student finalists get to compete for Best Student Paper Awards.
  8. View over 20 live Experiments and Demonstrations while interacting with the presenters and learning about their latest research.
  9. Network with Friends and Colleagues during the Welcome Reception at Generations Hall, originally a sugar refinery built in the early 1820’s. On Wednesday evening during the Evening Gala, you will enjoy the hospitality of the Hilton New Orleans Riverfront. Wake up early on Thursday morning for an exhilarating scenic tour on bicycle with the Team EMC Bike Ride. IEEE Young Professionals will enjoy networking events with fun activities.
  10. Bring the Family and Experience “The Big Easy”! We have a great selection of tours available including a day trip to NASA Stennis Space Center! Companions are invited to attend the Social Events to enjoy the food and entertainment. The Youth Technical Program will stimulate the minds of future engineers.

Plan Ahead for Five Full Days of Electromagnetic Compatibility and Signal & Power Integrity Learning and Networking!

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