CLAYTON R. PAUL GLOBAL UNIVERSITY
The Clayton R. Paul Global University will host 10 interactive lectures and 20 hours of in-depth EMC classes in the 1st week of the symposium from 27 - 29 July.
WORKSHOPS & TUTORIALS
A program of nearly 40 workshops and tutorials covering EMC, Signal Integrity, and Power Integrity will run in the 2nd week of the symposium (USA Central Time) through the whole week (morning & afternoon) on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 2-6 August with an opportunity to ask the speakers questions.
250+ TECHNICAL PAPERS
A program of over 250 peer-reviewed technical papers will be presented in the 3rd week of the symposium, 9 -13 August. All paper sessions run through the whole week (morning & afternoon) on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, with an opportunity to ask the speakers questions.
CONTENT AVAILABLE ON-DEMAND
Content will be available on-demand after the conference so you can watch (or re-watch) any or all of the presentations, wherever you are in the world.
OPPORTUNITIES TO JOIN TECHNICAL COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
Our technical meetings (including our 14 Technical and Special Committees and an extensive program of Standards Working and Continuity Groups) will take place mornings Mondays thru Fridays of 26-30 July as well as in the third week of the symposium, 9-13 August.
SCHEDULE ACCOMMODATES YOUR BUSY WORK OBLIGATIONS
The extended schedule helps our virtual attendees manage their work, home, and symposium schedules while also providing the opportunity to attend more sessions and technical meetings than would be possible at an in-person conference. Recordings will be available on-demand through 30 September 2021.
VIRTUAL EXHIBIT HALL
The technical exhibition is an integral ingredient in our symposium and gives exhibitors the opportunity to interact with attendees. We are looking to our sponsors to provide the materials and education we all gain so much from when visiting their booths. Special exhibitor technical demonstrations will be given each day Monday thru Friday morning, in the 2nd week of the symposium 2-6 August.
REDUCED REGISTRATION FEES
To reflect the challenges presented by COVID-19, registration fees for technical program access will be heavily discounted. Free “guest” passes will be available for those interested only in attending technical meetings (e.g. Technical Committees, Standards Working Groups) and accessing sponsor materials. A group discount is available for ten registrations from one organization.