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APSURSI 2011 : 2011 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC/URSI National Radio Science Meeting

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Link: http://www.apsursi2011.org
 
When Jul 3, 2011 - Jul 8, 2011
Where pokane, Washington, USA
Submission Deadline Jan 14, 2011
Categories    antennas   propagation   ultra-wideband   radar
 

Call For Papers

http://www.apsursi2011.org/CallForPapers.asp

AP-S General Topics
1 Adaptive, active, and smart antennas
2 Antenna feeds and matching
3 Antenna near fields and mutual coupling
4 Antenna theory and design
5 Biomedical applications
6 Broadband antennas and systems
7 Dielectric resonator antennas
8 Electromagnetic bandgap materials
9 Electromagnetic education
10 Electromagnetic properties of materials
11 Electromagnetic theory
12 EM measurements and measurement techniques
13 FDTD methods
14 FEM methods
15 Frequency-selective surfaces
16 High frequency and asymptotic methods
17 Indoor, urban, terrestrial, and ionospheric propagation
18 Integral equation methods
19 Inverse scattering and imaging
20 Metamaterials
21 Microstrip antennas, arrays, and circuits
22 MIMO implementations and applications
23 Mobile and PCS antennas
24 Multi-frequency antennas
25 Nano-electromagnetics
26 Numerical methods
27 Optimization methods in EM design
28 Parallel and special-processor based numerical methods
29 Phased-array antennas
30 Propagation and scattering in random or complex media
31 Radar imagery
32 Reconfigurable antennas and arrays
33 Reflector and reflectarray antennas
34 Remote sensing
35 RFID antennas and systems
36 Scattering, diffraction, and RCS
37 Slotted and guided wave antennas
38 Small antennas
39 Software control of antennas
40 Transients and time-domain techniques
41 Ultra wideband antennas and systems
42 Vehicular antennas and electromagnetics
43 Wideband antennas and systems
44 Wireless antennas and applications

URSI Topics
Commission A - Electromagnetic Metrology
Chair: Ozlem Kilic: kilic@cua.edu
A1 Microwave to sub-millimeter measurements/standards
A2 Quantum metrology and fundamental concepts
A3 Time and frequency
A4 Time-domain metrology, EM-field metrology
A5 EMC and EM pollution
A6 Noise
A7 Materials
A8 Bioeffects and medical applications
A9 Antenna
A10 Impulse radar
A11 Interconnect and packaging

Commission B - Fields and Waves
Chair: Nader Engheta: engheta@ee.upenn.edu
B1 Antenna arrays
B2 Antenna theory, design, and measurements
B3 Complex, novel, or specialized media:
B3.1 Electromagnetic bandgap (EBG structures)
B3.2 Biological media
B3.3 Geophysical media
B3.4 Metamaterials
B4 Educational methods and tools
B5 Electromagnetic interaction and coupling
B6 Guided waves and wave-guiding structures
B7 High-frequency techniques
B8 Imaging, inverse scattering and remote sensing
B9 Microstrip antennas and printed devices
B10 Nanoscale electromagnetics
B11 Nonlinear electromagnetics
B12 Numerical Methods
B12.1 Fast Methods
B12.2 Finite-Difference methods
B12.3 Frequency-Domain methods
B12.4 Hybrid methods
B12.5 Integral-Equation methods
B12.6 Time-Domain methods
B13 Optimization techniques
B14 Propagation phenomena and effects
B15 Rough surfaces and random media
B16 Scattering and diffraction
B17 Theoretical electromagnetics
B18 Transient fields, effects, and systems
B19 Ultra-wideband electromagnetics
B20 Wireless communications

Commission C - Radiocommunication Systems and Signal Processing
Chair: Devereux Palmer: dev.palmer@us.army.mil
C1 Radio communication systems
C2 Spectrum and medium utilization
C3 Information theory, coding, modulation and detection
C4 Signal and image processing

Commission D - Electronics and Photonics
Chair: John Papapolymerou: papapol@ece.gatech.edu
D1 Metamaterials containing lumped or active components
D2 Electronic devices and applications
D3 Photonic devices and applications
D4 Physics, materials, CAD, technology and reliability of electronic and photonic devices, with particular reference to radio science and telecommunications

Commission E - Electromagnetic Environment and Interference
Chair: Danilo Erricolo: erricolo@ece.uic.edu
E1 Electromagnetic environment
E1.1 Electromagnetic noise of natural origin
E1.2 Man-made noise
E2 Electromagnetic compatibility measurement technologies
E3 Electromagnetic compatibility standards
E4 Legal aspects of electromagnetic compatibility
E5 Electromagnetic radiation hazards
E6 Electromagnetic compatibility education
E7 Computational electromagnetics in electromagnetic compatibility
E7.1 Computer Modeling
E7.2 Model Validation
E7.3 Statistical Analysis
E8 Effects of natural and intentional emissions on system performance
E8.1 Crosstalk
E8.2 Effects of transients
E8.3 System analysis
E8.4 Signal integrity
E8.5 Electromagnetic compatibility in communication systems
E8.6 Statistical analysis
E9 High-power electromagnetics
E9.1 Electrostatic discharge
E9.2 Electromagnetic pulse and lightning
E9.3 Transients
E9.4 Power transmission
E10 Spectrum management

Commission F - Wave Propagation and Remote Sensing USNC
Chair: Albin J. Gasiewski: al.gasiewski@colorado.edu
F1 Point-to-point propagation effects:
F1.1 Measurements
F1.2 Propagation models
F1.3 Multipath/mitigation
F1.4 Land or water paths
F1.5 Scattering/diffraction
F1.6 Indoor/outdoor links
F1.7 Mobile/fixed paths
F1.8 Horizontal/slant paths
F1.9 Surface/atmosphere interactions
F1.10 Atmospheric constituents
F1.11 Dispersion/delay
F1.12 Natural/man-made structures
F2 Remote sensing of the Earth by radio waves:
F2.1 Atmospheric sensing
F2.2 Ocean and sea ice
F2.3 Field campaigns
F2.4 Interferometry and SAR
F2.5 Subsurface sensing
F2.6 Scattering/diffraction
F2.7 Radiation and emission
F2.8 Propagation effects
F2.9 Urban environments
F2.10 Soil moisture & terrain
F2.11 Random and Complex Media

Commission G - Ionospheric Radio and Propagation
Chair: Frank D. Lind: flind@haystack.mit.edu
G1 Global morphology and modeling of the ionosphere
G2 Ionospheric space-time variations
G3 Development of tools and networks needed to measure ionospheric properties and trends
G4 Theory and practice of radio propagation via the ionosphere
G5 Application of ionospheric information to radio systems

Commission K - Electromagnetics in Biology and Medicine
Chair: Susan C. Hagness: hagness@engr.wisc.edu
K1 Biological effects
K2 Dosimetry and exposure assessment
K3 Electromagnetic imaging and sensing applications
K4 Therapeutic, rehabilitative, and other biomedical applications
K5 Human body interactions with antennas and other electromagnetic devices

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