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I won’t give away the ending of the new Star Wars Movie, “Rogue One.” Just suffice it to say that future sequels won’t be featuring all of the ensemble cast. I can say that Princess Leia looked beautifully CGI’d and stirred up a few… feelings from my teenage fandom days. RIP Carrie Fisher.

After much blaster blasting and epic starship crackups (my favorite of the rebel ships was the “Hammerhead Corvette” that brings down one of the big bad dudes. Awesome.), one is left quietly sated...

Speaking of the future, technology will be the talk at the 2017 EMC+SIPI. One of our big themes is the Internet of Things, which is all about the ways our technological society will advance, connect, communicate and need EMC and good design.

If we don’t see you in DC this coming August, you can still avail yourself of the great cross-section of the technical program sitting wherever you imagine your own cockpit. That’s because of a NEW aspect of our 2017 EMC+SIPI Symposium—the “online” version—that will stream content right to you. Stay tuned for the offerings; we’re looking forward to serving that up.

Finally, in Carrie Fisher’s flash reprise in her iconic role, she states that the data she shares with R2D2 in the next installment represents ‘hope.’
We 'hope' to see you in Washington.
Mike Violette
General Chair 2017 IEEE International Symposium on EMC and SI/PI
Get Your Ideas Published!
EMC + SIPI 2017 is a Technical Symposium. Technical Papers are the essence of our Technical Program. Original, unpublished papers on all aspects of EMC & SIPI are invited.
  Preliminary Full Paper Manuscript:
    Nov 1, 2016 - Jan 16, 2017
  Notification of Acceptance:
    Feb 21, 2017
  Final Paper Due: May 3, 2017
  SIPI Submission Details

Call for Experiments & Demonstrations
Experiments and demonstrations utilize hardware and software to demonstrate a principle or phenomena of EMI/EMC. The presentations are informal and non-commercial; they are usually conducted in specific areas within the Exhibit Hall.
To schedule, contact:            
  Bob Scully -
  Sam Connor -

Call for Abstract Reviewed Papers
Abstract Reviewed Papers provide opportunities to exchange experiences and ideas. Only an abstract is required for initial submission, papers are included in the conference proceedings; however, these papers are not published in the IEEE XPlore.
  Proposals Accepted:
    Nov 1, 2016 - Feb 21, 2017
  Acceptance Notification:
    March 27, 2017
  Final Paper Due:
    May 3, 2017

Call for Workshops & Tutorials
Workshops and Tutorials are informal, interactive educational presentations, typically addressing the practical side of understanding and solving EMC issues. These sessions are held on Monday and Friday.
  Proposals Accepted:
    Nov 1, 2016 - Jan 16, 2017
  Notification of Acceptance:
    Feb 21, 2017
  Final Presentations Due:
    May 3, 2017
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