IEEE International Microwave Workshop Series on "RF Front-ends for Software Defined and Cognitive Radio Solutions"
The IEEE International Microwave Workshop Series on RF Front-ends for Software Defined and Cognitive Radio Solutions is an IEEE workshop devoted to the RF solutions for Software and Cognitive radios approaches, and it will be held from 22 to 23 February 2010 in Aveiro, Portugal.
Through its technical program, this edition of the workshop aims to stimulate the discussion and promotion of new ideas in the field of advanced Microwave and RF front ends for Software Defined Radio and Cognitive Radio technologies. More information can be gathered in imws2010.av.it.pt, paper submission deadline is November 2nd.
2009 CSICS Late News CFP
We cordially invite you to submit a Late News paper at the 2009 IEEE Compound Semiconductor IC Symposium (CSICS) being held October 11-14th in beautiful Greensboro, North Carolina. A 4-page camera ready version of recently completed work that reports significant new results qualifies for consideration as a candidate for a late news paper. The CSICS web site, located at www.csics.org, will be open from June 26 to July 18 for late news submissions. Please follow the "Late News" link under "Author Information" on the left hand side of the web page and choose Regular Submission as the Paper Category and Late News Papers as CSIC2009 Topic Categories on the submission site. Authors will be informed regarding the results of their submissions by August 3rd.
CFP: 2010 IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium
The 2010 IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium (RWS2010) will be held the week of January 10, 2010 in New Orleans, LA. This year, several exciting topics are being highlighted at RWS, and RWS10 and SiRF10 will hold more joint sessions to highlight the indispensable use of silicon in modern wireless systems. The first topic that RWS will highlight is RF power amplifiers, and the second topic is biomedical applications of microwave systems, and Sensors and Sensor Networks. Each of these topics will have a separate track of sessions over a two day period, organized separately, with their own call for papers.
Paper submission instructions will be found at http://www.radiowireless.org/. Submissions should be properly formatted with all figures included within a maximum of four pages. Only electronic submissions in pdf format will be accepted for review. Authors should indicate their preference for oral or poster presentation. All submissions must be received by August 2, 2009. All accepted papers will be published in a digest and be included in IEEE Explore.
Submissions will be evaluated based on novelty, significance of the work, technical content, interest to the audience, and presentation. A student paper competition will be held, and prizes will be given at the conference banquet.
Nominations for MTT ADCOM Positions
The MTT-S Nominations and Appointments Committee is encourages the submission of petitions on behalf of prospective candidates for elected positions on the MTT-S Administrative Committee (AdCom). In 2009, one AdCom member will be elected by the votes of the MTT-S membership-at-large and will serve a three year term that begins on 1st January 2010.
The member election will be conducted by electronic ballot where members can cast their votes on a secure website.
All MTT-S members are encouraged to nominate candidates for this AdCom seat by petition. Petitions must contain the signatures of individuals who are members in good standing of the IEEE and the Microwave Theory and Techniques Society. Petitions should be submitted to Charles Jackson, 16341 Normandy Lane, Huntington Beach, CA 92647 , NOT LATER THAN 15 JULY, 2009.
Note that candidates standing for election in the membership-at-large ballot are ineligible to also stand in the AdCom election at the fall meeting.