Contact:

iwem2020@gms.npu.edu.tw +886 6 9264115 # 3602

Important dates:

Paper Submission Deadline:

April 5, 2020

May 3, 2020

June 7, 2020

Notification of Acceptance:

April 26, 2020

May 17, 2020

June 21, 2020

Final Paper Submission:

May 24, 2020

June 7, 2020

July 12, 2020

Author Registration:

May 24, 2020

June 7, 2020

July 12, 2020

Early Registration:

July 16, 2020

July 19, 2020

Organized by:
Sponsored by:
科技部 臺灣電磁產學聯盟 IEEE AP-S Taipei Chapter IEEE AP-S Tainan Chapter IEEE EMC Taipei Chapter

2020 IEEE International Workshop on Electromagnetics: Applications and Student Innovation Competition (iWEM 2020) August 26-28, 2020, Penghu, Taiwan

Student innovation competition is the important link of every iWEM, where its participations are limited to full time students and support with their supervisors. This year of iWEM, the Steering Committee has decided to divide the student competition in THREE categories with a total number of 12 awards. Students who joined this competition must be the first author of the submitted papers and require to present their full-time student identification cards during the submission. Only one student innovation competition submission per student is allowed. Each awardee will be given an award prize with an IWEM2020 certificate.

C1. Innovation Poster Competition

6 awards
  • Student’s supervisor(s) should be the author(s) of the paper
  • Student has to prepare the poster and present the work in person in the Workshop

C2. Innovation Oral Presentation Competition

3 awards
  • Student’s supervisor(s) should be the author(s) of the paper
  • Student has to orally present the work in the Workshop using English as the presentation language.

C3. Best paper Innovation Competition

3 awards
  • Student’s supervisor(s) should be the author(s) of the paper
  • An additional full paper of FOUR to SIX (max) pages must be submitted online but will NOT be collected in the IEEE Explore.
  • An author must orally present the work in person in the Workshop using English as the presentation language.

Shortlist evaluation criteria:
1. The written evaluation criteria are:

  • Innovation and impact of research work
  • Sufficient depth and breadth of research work
  • Quality of written paper (e.g., clarity, organization, figure size, style, etc.)
  • Verification and/or validation of results reported in paper
  1. Each shortlisted candidate must be registered for the Workshop and must present his/her work to the judges for award consideration.
  2. All competition papers are shortlisted by the Technical Program Committee (TPC) after their submissions as the first step. In the second step, the competition will be judged by the Award Committee Chairs according to their presentation in the Workshop.