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2018 International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility - EMC EUROPE

EMC Europe brings together those working in the field of EMC as well as spectrum management, monitoring and congestion from European countries and from the countries of other parts of the world and create an excellent forum for useful contacts and exchange of scientific and technical information between researchers and practicing engineers from academia, research laboratories, industry and government agencies. The symposium gives the unique possibility to present the progress and results of their work and to exchange ideas, discuss different points of view and share experiences with colleagues involved in electromagnetic compatibility of devices and systems spectrum management, monitoring and congestion.

  • 2017 International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility - EMC EUROPE

    EMC Europe brings together those working in the field of EMC as well as spectrum management, monitoring and congestion from European countries and from the countries of other parts of the world and create an excellent forum for useful contacts and exchange of scientific and technical information between researchers and practicing engineers from academia, research laboratories, industry and government agencies. The symposium gives the unique possibility to present the progress and results of their work and to exchange ideas, discuss different points of view and share experiences with colleagues involved in electromagnetic compatibility of devices and systems spectrum management, monitoring and congestion.

  • 2016 International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility - EMC EUROPE

    EMC Europe brings together those working in the field of EMC as well as spectrum management, monitoring and congestion from European countries and from the countries of other parts of the world and create an excellent forum for useful contacts and exchange of scientific and technical information between researchers and practicing engineers from academia, research laboratories, industry and government agencies. The symposium gives the unique possibility to present the progress and results of their work and to exchange ideas, discuss different points of view and share experiences with colleagues involved in electromagnetic compatibility of devices and systems spectrum management, monitoring and congestion.

  • 2014 International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility - EMC EUROPE

    EMC Europe is the leading EMC Symposium in Europe. We wish to invite and encourage all those working in the field of electromagnetic compatibility to participate in this prestigious event. Technical Areas1. Electromagnetic Environment, Lightning, Intentional EMI & EMP, High Power Electromagnetics, ESD, UWB2. Transmission Lines, Cables, Crosstalk, Coupling Paths3. Shielding, Gaskets, Filters, Grounding4. Measurement & Instrumentation, Emission and Immunity, Chambers & Cells, Antennas5. Advanced Materials, Nanotechnology, NEMS & MEMS, Smart Sensors6. Computational Electromagnetics, Model Validation7. Semiconductors, PCB, Electronic Packaging & Integration, Power & Signal Integrity8. Power Systems, Power Quality, Power Electronics, Smart Grids9. Wired & Wireless Communications, UWB Communications, Power Line Communications10. Automotive, Railway Systems, Naval Systems, Aircraft & Space Systems11. Functional Safety of machines and systems12. Human Exposure to EM fields

  • 2013 International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility - EMC EUROPE

    EMC Europe is the leading EMC Symposium in Europe. We wish to invite and encourage all those working in the field of electromagnetic compatibility to participate in this prestigious event.

  • 2012 International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility - EMC EUROPE

    This Symposium covers essentially all aspects of electromagnetic compatibility such as: Electromagnetic Environment, Lightning, Intentional EMI & EMP, High Power Electromagnetics, ESD, UWB Transmission Lines, Cables, Crosstalk, Coupling, Shielding, Gasketing & Filtering, Grounding Measurement & Instrumentation, Emission and Immunity, Chambers & Cells, Antennas, Advanced Materials, Nanotechnology, NEMS & MEMS, Smart Sensors, Computational Electromagnetics, Model Validation Semiconductors, PCB, Electronic Packaging & Integration, Power & Signal Integrity, Power Systems, Power Quality, Power Electronics Wired & Wireless Communications, UWB Communications, Power Line Communications Automotive, Railway Systems, Naval Systems, Aircraft & Space Systems Human exposure to EM fields, Biological Effects, Medical Devices & Hospital Equipment Standards and Regulations, EMC Management, EMC Education, Safety and Security.

  • 2011 International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility - EMC EUROPE

    This Symposium covers essentially all aspects of electromagnetic compatibility, and a not exhaustive list of suggested topics includes: Aircraft Antennas and Propagation - EMC Aspects Automotive systems Biological Effects of EM Radiation - Technical Aspects Cables and Connectors Computational Electromagnetics EM Environment - Natural and Man-made EM Hazards and EM Intended Interference Threat EMC Analysis, Modelling, Prediction EMC and Safety Considerations EMC at Chip Level EMC a

  • 2009 EMC Europe Workshop Materials in Applications (EMC EUROPE WORKSHOP)

    The scope of this Workshop encompasses progress in the development, analysis and application of materials in EMC applications, innovative use of materials in EMC design to reduce coupling and improve electromagnetic shielding, new measuring and test techniques and methodologies for characterizing new materials and their application in the EMC domain.

  • 2008 International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility - EMC EUROPE

    EMC Europe 2008 will continue the tradition since 1994 after successful EMC Symposia in Rome, Brugge, Sorrento, Eindhoven and Barcelona. This Symposium provides an excellent forum for presentation, discussion and exchange of the latest EMC problems and solutions from universities, research laboratories and industry. The conference will be organized by the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH). Different organizations and companies will support this conference.


2009 20th International Zurich Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility

EMC Management, Measurement Techniques, EMC on Chip, Package, PCB and System Level, EMC Protection, High Power EMC, Transportation EMC Lightning, Biomedical, Computational EM.


2008 Euro Electromagnetics Conference (EUROEM)

Antennas Biological Effects and Medical Application CAD Analysis & Synthesis Clutter Rejection Algorithms Coupling to Structures, Cables Defining UXO/TID Sites, Problems Detection, Sensor Technologies Electromagnetic Compatibility Electromagnetic Theory EM Standards & Specifications EMP Phenomenology, Propagation, Source Region EOD Tools, Robotics Geomagnetic Storms Hardening & Protection High-Intensity Radiated Fields High-Power Microwaves



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HPEM vulnerability of radiation meters used in security relevant scenarios

2015 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), 2015

The correct functioning of detectors for ionizing radiation can be crucial for protecting their respective operators, e.g. first responders tasked with relief efforts in a disaster scenario. Device reliability is essential as well when striving to prevent illicit radionuclide trafficking. In order to assess the vulnerability of radiation detectors against Intentional Electromagnetic Interference (IEMI) by means of High Power Microwaves ...


A Cost-Efficient System for Detecting an Intentional Electromagnetic Interference (IEMI) attack

2014 International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, 2014

This paper describes a cost-efficient Intentional EMI Detection system and gives a brief overview of the identification and location system being developed as part of the STRUCTURES project.


HPM detector system with frequency identification

2014 International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, 2014

Warning devices, which simply notify the occurrence of High Power Microwave (HPM) pulses, are not sufficient for High Power Electromagnetic (HPEM) threat analysis. Instead, the determination of characteristic parameters like field strength, pulse width, repetition frequency, and direction of arrival allows the analysis and tracking of HPEM threat signals (forensics). A particular role is played by the radio frequency (RF) ...


HPM detection system for mobile and stationary use

10th International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, 2011

This report describes the basic requirements for a system for the detection and identification of HPM threat signals, possible detection circuits and a demonstrator of a single-channel HPM detection system for mobile and stationary use. The system is equipped with an external polarization independent broadband antenna and allows the measurement of amplitudes within a very high dynamic range, the pulse ...



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  • HPEM vulnerability of radiation meters used in security relevant scenarios

    The correct functioning of detectors for ionizing radiation can be crucial for protecting their respective operators, e.g. first responders tasked with relief efforts in a disaster scenario. Device reliability is essential as well when striving to prevent illicit radionuclide trafficking. In order to assess the vulnerability of radiation detectors against Intentional Electromagnetic Interference (IEMI) by means of High Power Microwaves (HPM), we submitted a selection of portable devices to pulsed rf waves in an open TEM waveguide. Test frequencies ranged from 260 MHz to 3.4 GHz. On all detectors, artificial radiation readings could be induced, sometimes exceeding background values by almost three orders of magnitude.

  • A Cost-Efficient System for Detecting an Intentional Electromagnetic Interference (IEMI) attack

    This paper describes a cost-efficient Intentional EMI Detection system and gives a brief overview of the identification and location system being developed as part of the STRUCTURES project.

  • HPM detector system with frequency identification

    Warning devices, which simply notify the occurrence of High Power Microwave (HPM) pulses, are not sufficient for High Power Electromagnetic (HPEM) threat analysis. Instead, the determination of characteristic parameters like field strength, pulse width, repetition frequency, and direction of arrival allows the analysis and tracking of HPEM threat signals (forensics). A particular role is played by the radio frequency (RF) information which is newly included in the present work. As part of a comprehensive HPEM protection framework this offers both an alert with some additional information about direction and time for short term fast response and all RF related information for an attack analysis used for long-term counter measures within a protection concept.

  • HPM detection system for mobile and stationary use

    This report describes the basic requirements for a system for the detection and identification of HPM threat signals, possible detection circuits and a demonstrator of a single-channel HPM detection system for mobile and stationary use. The system is equipped with an external polarization independent broadband antenna and allows the measurement of amplitudes within a very high dynamic range, the pulse width, pulse repetition frequency and the number of pulses.



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