Call for Papers

AES 2022, the 8th International Conference on Antennas and Electromagnetic Systems will serve as an international forum for the exchange of information on advancements and innovations in the fields of antennas, electromagnetics and wave propagation.

AES 2022 topics include, but are not limited to:

Track 1: Antennas
  • Antenna theory and design;
  • Array antennas, active, adaptive and reconfigurable antennas;
  • Broadband and multi-band antennas;
  • HF and VHF antennas;
  • Millimeter/Terahertz and nano-optical antennas;
  • Dielectric resonator antennas, lens antennas and radomes;
  • Antennas for wireless power transmission and harvesting;
  • MIMO, antenna diversity, smart and signal processing antennas;
  • RFID antennas/sensors and systems;
  • Slotted, guided and leaky wave antennas;
  • Other antenna topics.
Track 2: Electromagnetics and Materials
  • Electromagnetic theory;
  • Analytical, Computational and numerical techniques;
  • Nonlinear electromagnetics;
  • Electromagnetic interaction and coupling;
  • Metamaterials, metasurfaces, FSS and EBG;
  • Nanophotonics, plasmonics and quantum optics;
  • Complex, biological, or specialized materials;
  • Scattering and diffraction;
  • Imaging, inverse scattering and remote sensing;
  • Educational methods and tools;
  • Other EM topics.
Track 3: Propagation and Scattering
  • Propagation theory;
  • Millimeter/terahertz and UWB propagation;
  • 5G propagation;
  • Propagation in biological tissues and natural media (surface/vegetation);
  • Body-centric propagation;
  • Propagation for vehicular communications;
  • Indoor and urban propagation;
  • Navigation, localization, positioning and tracking;
  • Radar systems, target detection, localization, and tracking;
  • Satellite propagation;
  • Other propagation topics.
Track 4: Measurement and Characterization Techniques
  • Antenna and propagation measurement techniques;
  • Material Characterization and non-destructive testing;
  • EMI/EMC/PIM chambers, instrumentation, and measurements;
  • Dosimetry, exposure, and SAR assessment;
  • Near-field, far-field, compact and RCS range measurements;
  • Mm-wave, THz, and quasi-optical antenna measurements;
  • Radar scattering measurement and calibration techniques;
  • MIMO and OTA testing;
  • End-to-end system testing;
  • Other measurement topics.

Author Guidelines

Abstract preparation

All presenters (including invited speakers) must submit a 1-2 page. The Abstract should be in MS Word format (doc) or in Adobe Portable Document format (pdf). Please use the conference templates to prepare your abstract.

  • Do Not Include headers, footers or page numbers.
  • Do Not Use Symbols, Special Characters, or Math in Paper Title or Abstract.
  • Please note that no additional content editing will be performed after submission has been completed.

Paper Format

  • For authors who choose to use Microsoft Word, a template can be downloaded here.
  • For preparing the paper using LaTEX, a template can be downloaded here.
  • It is advised to start writing your paper by entering the text into the template, to make sure that all formatting is correct.
  • The information on page layout and formatting can be found in the templates.

Abstract Submission

Please use one of the options below to submit your abstract:

  • Option 1: Upload your paper using our online form. This option is highly recommanded.

Start here to submit a paper to this conference:

Step one of the submission process

Submissions for this conference were closed on 2022-05-21.

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