Microwave Week 2015!
The IEEE MTT International Microwave Symposium (IMS) is the premier annual international meeting for technologists involved in all aspects of microwave theory and practice. It consists of a full week of events, including technical paper presentations, workshops, and tutorials, as well as a full set of social events. The symposium also hosts a large commercial exhibition featuring over 550 companies.
The IEEE MTT-S Microwave Week has several conferences that are co-located at the Phoenix Convention Center or other local venues. Besides the flagship IMS Conference, Microwave Week also hosts the IEEE RFIC and ARFTG conferences.
Inspired by the work of Ørsted, Faraday, Ampre, and many others, Maxwell's equations form the basis for our entire field. Newton said, "If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants." Maxwell is our giant.
The objective is to illustrate how Maxwell came to his mathematical constructs of the work done before him by Oersted, Ampere, Faraday, Gauss and so on, into a concise and precise mathematical form.
This presentation provides an examination of Maxwell's original equations, and their relationship to the set of equations that survived the transformation process.
Director of Technology at Nanium, Steffen Kroehnert, discusses what it will take for wearable electronics to reach the mainstream.
The wearable electronics panel will debate whether trends represent a viable technology evolution for electronics, or whether this will remain a niche market, what is the future evolution of the field and what are the barriers to success.
Milan Raj of MC10 discusses what it will take for the wearable electronics platform and devices to become more compatible with the human body.
IMS 2015: Inkjet-Printed Nanotechnology-Enabled Zero-Power Wireless Sensor Nodes for Smart Skin Applications
Professor Manos M. Tentzeris of Georgia Tech discusses 3D integrated platforms and enabling technologies for the future of wearable electronics.
John L. Volakis of The Ohio State University discusses considerations for wearable electronics, such as its market potential, costs to bring to market, impact, funding, and preparing the consumer for your product.
Dr. Allen Katz, The College of New Jersey, E/CE, United States gives a talk entitled The Evolution of Linearizers for High Power Amplifiers at IMS 2015
Luca Pierantoni gives a talk entitled A New Challenge in Computational Engineering at IMS 2015