NEWSLETTER #8 • APRIL 2019
Here is a sample of some of the planned sessions
you will experience in New Orleans.

MONDAY, JULY 22
  • EMC Fundamentals
  • Introduction to EMI Modeling Techniques
  • Smart Grid Support and EMC Issues
  • Connected Vehicles: The Future of the Modern Automotive Industry
  • Low-Frequency EMC Issues in Transportation Systems
  • Performance Verification Test Challenges of Modern Wireless Devices

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24
  • Introduction to Medical EMC
  • System Level ESD Protection: Device, Design and Test Methodologies
  • Cable and Connector Design for Product EMC
  • Basic EMC Measurements

FRIDAY, JULY 26
  • Signal Integrity Fundamentals: High-Speed Signaling for Computing and Communication Systems
  • Advanced Methodology for EMC Design Rule Checking
  • Chip Aware Platform Power Integrity Design Approach with Standard PI Model and Unified PI Design Target
  • Product Safety Compliance and Global Market Access
  • Lessons Learned Creating Reliable Computational Models for EMC Applications
Join us for this special track on current and emerging International EMC and SIPI Standards! Attend open Working Group meetings with opportunities to contribute and ask questions.

Featured Standards Sessions:
  • Risk Management of EM Disturbances and Its Associated Standard
  • Antenna Calibration in EMC Measurements
  • Automotive EMC Standards and Instrumentation Update
  • MIL-STD-461G and You: Requirements Tailoring for Space Applications
  • Global EMC and Wireless Standards Update: Test Site Validation and Measurement Techniques
CALLING ALL STUDENTS!
Announcing the Student EMC Hardware Design Competition!
Submittals Due: April 15, 2019

The IEEE EMC Society would like to invite students currently enrolled in a college or university at either the graduate or undergraduate level 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 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).
One of the fun experiences of attending the symposium is exploring the exhibit hall with all of the latest technologies and industry solutions. Plus, who doesn’t enjoy checking out actual hardware and software in real time with experts, getting the freebies and playing the contests at the various booths?
APRIL 19, 2019
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