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AES13

Advanced Electromagnetics Symposium (AES) serves as an international multidisciplinary forum for deliberations on recent advances and developments  in the entire broad field of electromagnetics. Included in this wide-ranging subject, pertinent to both researchers and industry professionals, are all aspects of electromagnetics, and all frequency ranges from static to optics. Of special interest are advances in mathematical modeling; computational techniques applied to electromagnetic field problems at all frequency ranges; modeling and characterization of materials such as random materials, electroactive and magnetoactive materials, superconducting materials, metamaterials and plasmonics; radiation; propagation; diffraction; scattering; power; antennas and radomes; arrays; optimization techniques; electromagnetic field measurement techniques; electromagnetic CAD, EMC problems; coupled field problems: electromagnetic, thermal, mechanical fields; non-linear electromagnetic systems; bioeffects of electromagnetic fields; EM circuits and systems; communications; solid state integrated circuits; sensing and electronic systems engineering. Topics related to practical applications are also highly encouraged.

Additionally, through its unique from-Conference-to-Journal-Publication concept, AES offers a rare opportunity for authors to submit papers to Advanced Electromagnetic (AEM) journal and then be considered for journal publication.

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AES12

Advanced Electromagnetics Symposium (AES) serves as an international multidisciplinary forum for deliberations on recent advances and developments  in the entire broad field of electromagnetics. Included in this wide-ranging subject, pertinent to both researchers and industry professionals, are all aspects of electromagnetics, and all frequency ranges from static to optics. Of special interest are advances in mathematical modeling; computational techniques applied to electromagnetic field problems at all frequency ranges; modeling and characterization of materials such as random materials, electroactive and magnetoactive materials, superconducting materials, metamaterials and plasmonics; radiation; propagation; diffraction; scattering; power; antennas and radomes; arrays; optimization techniques; electromagnetic field measurement techniques; electromagnetic CAD, EMC problems; coupled field problems: electromagnetic, thermal, mechanical fields; non-linear electromagnetic systems; bioeffects of electromagnetic fields; EM circuits and systems; communications; solid state integrated circuits; sensing and electronic systems engineering. Topics related to practical applications are also highly encouraged.

Additionally, through its unique from-Conference-to-Journal-Publication concept, AES offers a rare opportunity for authors to submit papers to Advanced Electromagnetic (AEM) journal and then be considered for journal publication.

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