NEWSLETTER #10 • MAY 2019
EXPERIMENTS & DEMONSTRATIONS
EMC and SIPI hardware experiments and demonstrations continue to be a very popular symposium event, and the EMC+SIPI 2019 will be no exception. The event’s purpose is to demonstrate important, fundamental EMC and SIPI topics and contemporary areas of interest through practical experiments and demonstrations that may be based on hardware configurations, software programming, or a combination of both.
HERE IS A SAMPLE OF SOME OF THE PLANNED DEMONSTRATIONS YOU WILL EXPERIENCE IN NEW ORLEANS
Reverberation Chamber Stirring Techniques and Antenna Effects
Steve Frierson, V Technical Textiles Inc, Palmyra, NY, USA
Dennis Lewis, The Boeing Company, Seattle, WA, USA

Control of Electric and Magnetic Radiated Emissions at Low and High Frequencies
Pablo Narvaez, Katherine Dang, Jet Propulsion
Laboratory, California Institute of Technology,
Pasadena, CA, USA

Electromagnetic Emission – Measurements Without an Anechoic Chamber
Sven Koenig, Langer EMV-Technik GmbH,
Bannewitz, Germany
Real-time FFT-Based EMI Measurement for MIL461G, CISPR and ANSI, Theory and Practical Application
Arnd Frech, Stephan Braun, Gauss Instruments, Munich, Germany

Test Fixture De-Embedding Verification with the IEEE P370 Plug-and-Play Kit
O.J. Danzy, EEsof EDA

How to Measure the Real Rail Voltage on Your Board and Not the Near Field RF Noise
Eric Bogatin, Teledyne LeCroy, Boulder, CO, USA

FCC Part 30 Emissions Measurements for 5G FR2 Devices
James Young , ETS-Lindgren, Cedar Park, Texas


CLAYTON R. PAUL
GLOBAL UNIVERSITY

You could travel the world to try to find the best university-level courses on EMC and SIPI. Or you could just attend this year’s Clayton R. Paul Global University to find our Society’s most skilled and experienced educators presenting a comprehensive program of EMC and SIPI information that you need for your career.
 
GLOBAL UNIVERSITY PRESENTERS & TOPICS
Signal Spectra
Dr. Francesca Maradei
Professor, Sapienza University of Rome. Past President, IEEE EMC Society

Non-Ideal Components
Mr. Scott Piper
BSEE, EMC Subject Matter Expert, General Motors, Vice-Chair of IEEE EMC Society Technical Committee 9, Computational Electromagnetics

Conducted Emissions
Dr. Todd Hubing
Professor Emeritus, Clemson University, IEEE Fellow, ACES Fellow, Past President, IEEE EMC Society

Antennas
Mr. Zhong Chen
MSEE, Director of RF Engineering, ETS-Lindgren, Chair of ANSI ASC C63® Subcommittee 1

Shielding
Dr. Frank Leferink
Professor, University of Twente, Technical Authority, THALES Nederland, IEEE Fellow
Transmission Lines and Signal Integrity
Dr. Chulsoon Hwang
Assistant Professor, Missouri University of Science & Technology

Crosstalk
Dr. Xiaoning Ye
Principal Engineer, Intel Corporation, Chair of IEEE EMC Society’s Technical Advisory Committee

Radiated Emissions
Mr. Lee Hill
MSEE, Founding Partner, SILENT Solutions LLC & GmbH, Adjunct Faculty, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), Associate Tutor, University of Oxford

Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Dr. David Pommerenke
Professor, Missouri University of Science & Technology, IEEE Fellow, Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on EMC

PCB and System Design for EMC
Dr. Bruce Archambeault
Adjunct Professor, Missouri University of Science & Technology, IBM Distinguished Engineer Emeritus, Principal, Archambeault EMI/EMC Enterprises, IEEE Fellow, President, IEEE EMC Society

STUDENT EMC HARDWARE
DESIGN COMPETITION!
REMINDER! PROPOSAL DEADLINE IS MAY 15 TH !
DON'T BE LATE!
Students currently enrolled in a college or university at either the graduate or undergraduate level are encouraged to submit a hardware design that demonstrates clear and convincing understanding of a fundamental electromagnetic interference (EMI) or signal/power integrity (SIPI) control methodology or technique. Students may enter as individuals or as teams comprised entirely of students.

The winning entry will receive a prize of $900 (USD) and up to $2,100 (USD) to assist in defraying the cost for one or more team members to attend the 2019 IEEE International Symposium on EMC+SIPI to be held in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, the week of 22 through 26 July 2019. The second-place team will receive a prize of $500 (USD).
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