1. Experience a week of professional development with other like-minded individuals in New Orleans, a city that is vibrant with history and culture like no other place in the world.
  2. A chance to be published! Authors of accepted papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their symposium paper for possible publication in a special issue of the IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility or the NEW IEEE Letters on EMC Practice and Applications (content from both publications is available on IEEE Xplore).
  3. The opportunity to recognize your company by sharing your knowledge with others and to make an immediate and significant impact on the future of EMC and SIPI.
  4. Increase your value to your employer by meeting other experts in the field to exchange ideas, share experiences, and learn how to do your job better!
  5. Attend Standards Week and hear the latest updates in EMC related standards from the active technical contributors to the CISPR, ISO, IEC, MIL-STD, RTCA, ANSI C63® and other major industry standards - that may impact the direction of your FUTURE engineering work (and next paper).
Submit your papers to EMC+SIPI 2019
Connect with your colleagues in New Orleans to share your insights, exchange ideas, ask questions, learn from other experts/innovators and see new products. The IEEE EMC Society seeks original, unpublished papers covering multiple aspects of EMC and SIPI. In addition to EMC and SIPI papers, we are seeking proposals for Workshops & Tutorials , Special Sessions , Standards and Experiments & Demonstrations . Abstract Reviewed Papers are an option for busy engineers who want to participate, but only have time to write an abstract for the initial submission.
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A streetcar ride away from the French Quarter, City Park is a must-see for New Orleans visitors.
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