Join your colleagues in Adelaide where you can share your insight, ask questions, learn from the experts/innovators and see new products at GEMCCON 2015. The GEMCCON 2015 committee seeks original, unpublished papers covering all aspects of electromagnetic compatibility and signal integrity, including design, modelling, measurements and education.
PAPER TOPICS of Interest include and are not limited to the following technical areas:
EMC and Digital Communications
Printed Circuit Board and System Design to Achieve EMC
Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3)
Human Exposure to RF and Biological Effects
EMC and Radio Astronomy Applications
Traditional Oral presentation: Presentation for those interested in presenting to large groups with limited potential for interactions with attendees. Five-page paper maximum, 20-minute presentation with 10-minute question and answer session.
Poster Paper: Presentation for those interested in direct interaction with individuals or small groups.
full paper in initial submission, included in proceedings, archived in the IEEE Xplore.
PAPER ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA
Importance of Topic: Does it have direct significance to the EMC community?
Technical Sophistication and Depth: Does it present information that is a significant contribution, advancement, application or refinement of the state of the art? Does it expose the reader to a higher knowledge level than currently available from other sources?
Readability, Clarity and Presentation: Is the value of the submission clearly defined? Is the material written in clear and concise English, with topics presented in an organized and logical manner?
Novelty and Originality: Does it propose a new and unique concept or expand on an existing premise from a unique point of view?
A paper is a technical manuscript of approximately 5000 words with up to 5 pages including diagrams, figures or charts. Full paper is required in the initial submission with the author and affiliation information removed. Papers accepted with required changes need to be reviewed again, and revisions addressing the reviewers’ comments are necessary before they can be finally accepted. Final papers will be published in the Symposium Proceedings that will be provided to all attendees, and will be archived in the IEEE Xplore. At the symposium, papers will be presented in a 20-minute oral briefing with charts from a digital projector & computer (using MS PowerPoint or Adobe PDF) or in an open forum as poster papers.
You will be required to complete an IEEE publication copyright form following the acceptance of your paper. This will need to be submitted with your final print ready paper. Details on the copyright process will be emailed out with the letter of acceptance.
Final Paper Submission and Workshop / Tutorial Due: