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APMC 2017, November 13-16, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
IMaRC 2017, December 11-13, Ahmedabad, India
RWW2018, January 14 – 17, Anaheim, California
ICMIM 2018, April 16 – 17, Munich, Germany

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IMS 2018

IMS2017: Women in Microwaves panel

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Young Professionals Blog

The 1st ever IEEE RF & μW Boot Camp was organized by Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara (UAG), Mexico on July 24th, 2017. After the advent of Latin America Microwave Conference (LAMC 2016), there was a greater need of involving Young Professionals to provide them better insight in RF & Microwave practical design work. Recognized worldwide as the “Mexican Silicon Valley”, Guadalajara nests 21 universities of higher education and 2 federal scientific...
How do the technical papers related to IEEE MTT-S that are submitted by students from all over the world gets reviewed? A team of dedicated technical professionals works together to achieve this goal.  The IMS Technical Program Review Committee meeting was held on 15th January 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona. IMS 2017 has led the torch for encouraging participations of Young Professionals as decision makers in technical paper review for the festival of microwaves. Let's...
The wireless industry seems to have unlimited growth potential as the next generation of technology proliferates across the airwaves. The rollout of any new generation of mobile network technology is never as simple as flicking on a light switch. The 18th annual IEEE Wireless and Microwave Technology Conference (WAMICON) 2017 will be held in Cocoa Beach, Florida on April 24-25, 2017. The conference aims to address up-to-date multidisciplinary research needs and...

IMS 2018

IMS2017 Hackathon

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