The EMC+SIPI 2018 Advance Program is your best planning tool for five full days of electromagnetic compatibility and signal & power integrity learning and networking. The agenda features over 200 technical papers, workshops/tutorials, demonstrations, special sessions and panels.

Read about the Keynote Speaker - Professor Yahya Rahmat-Samii , an expert in diverse areas of electromagnetics, antennas, measurement and diagnostics techniques. You won’t want to miss the Special Short Course with Constantine Balanis , ANTENNAS: The Structural Elements of EMC . Learn about the social events, area info, accommodations and companion program.
The Advance Program is only available from the Symposium website .
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Registration is now open for all online viewers.

Actively watch presentations ON DEMAND from your computer, tablet or phone. Attendees of the online conference will have the opportunity to learn a wide range of new and established EMI/EMC, SI and PI design and testing techniques without the need for travel. With multiple ticket offers, there’s an option that’s right for everyone.
All Access Ticket
Includes registration and On Demand access to 15 Tutorial Tracks. Watch webinar presentations on the most popular topics from this year’s symposium in Long Beach, CA.
Fundamentals of EMI/EMC Ticket
New to EMC? Perhaps you’re just looking to learn the basics of EMI/EMC? A Fundamentals of EMI/EMC Ticket includes registration for the Fundamentals of EMI/EMC Tutorial. Watch the webinar presentations on PCB Decoupling, ESD, Antennas’ (Intentional Antennas) and Conducted Emissions from this year’s physical symposium in Long Beach, CA.
ANTENNAS: The Structural Elements of EMC
A Special Short Course with Constantine Balanis
In this NEW, FULL DAY short course at the IEEE Symposium on EMC+SIPI, industry experts, led by noted author Professor Constantine Balanis, will provide an overview of fundamental and advanced antenna topics. Since antennas are becoming increasingly important due to the continued rapid advances in wireless technology, an understanding of antenna behavior and performance is increasingly critical to efficiently design new products as well as correctly evaluate product performance. Professor Balanis will share his decades of wisdom and set the stage for the short course with a review of antenna fundamentals.    He will conclude with a discussion on modern “smart antennas.”

  • Constantine Balanis, Arizona State University, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
  • Robert C. Scully, NASA, Houston, Texas, USA
  • Zhong Chen, ETS-Lindgren, Cedar Park, Texas, USA
  • Dennis Lewis, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington, USA
Consider Participating in Experiments & Demonstrations!

Experiments & Demos are a very popular and well-attended symposium event. This is your chance to demonstrate important EMC and SIPI concepts through interactive experiments and demonstrations.

Experiments and demos should focus on innovative concepts and methods that are of interest to practicing EMC engineers. Hands-on participation for attendees during experiments and demonstrations is also encouraged. PROPOSALS ARE DUE MAY 3!
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