2020 IEEE International Workshop on Electromagnetics (iWEM 2020) will be held during August 26-28 at beautiful island Penghu, Taiwan and hosted by the Department of Communication Engineering, National Penghu University of Science and Technology. It is also technically co-sponsored by IEEE APS, Microwave Association (ROC) and Taiwan Electromagnetic and Industry-Academia Consortium (TEMIAC).
iWEM started in Taipei in 2010 and was named as “International Conference on Applications of Electromagnetism and Student Innovation Awards” (2010 ICAE/SIA). The conference was renamed in 2011 as “IEEE International Workshop on Electromagnetics: Applications and Student Innovation Competition” (2011 IEEE iWEM). It provides not only an international platform for scientists and engineers to exchange their ideas, but also a good venue for young scholars and research students to demonstrate their innovative works and results. We sincerely invite all experts and scholars to participate and welcome contributions to Workshop Proceedings. Meanwhile, we sincerely expect everyone can enjoy the beautiful Penghu island in Taiwan.
History of IWEM
|ICAE/SIA (2010)||Taipei||Oriental Institute of Technology||Dau-Chyrh Chang|
|2011||Taipei||Oriental Institute of Technology||Dau-Chyrh Chang|
|2012||Chengdu||University of Electronic Science and Technology||Joshua Le-Wei Li|
|2013||Hong Kong||City University of Hong Kong||K. M. Luk|
|2014||Hokkaido||IEEE APS Tokyo Chapter||H. Arai|
|2015||Hsinchu||National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan||Ruey-Bing Hwang|
|2016||Nanjing||Nanjing Uni. of Science and Technology||Wenquan Che|
|2017||London||University College London||Kenneth Tong|
|2018||Nagoya||IEEE APS Nagoya Chapter||N. Kikuma|
|2019||Qingdao||Qingdao University of Technology||Kwok Chung|
|2020||Penghu||National Penghu University of Science and Technology|