Welcome to the IMS 2006 Homepage!
IMS2006 is history - feedback tells us it has been a tremendously successful event. Thank you to all that participated.
There were 3,000 technical attendees and over 12,000 overall attendees. We also must thank the over 1,000 presenters for sharing their research and application experience. Additionally our thanks to the 546 exhibitors & 12 industry sponsors for their informative booths and support of IMS2006.Click here to read the full welcome message from the IMS-2006 Chairman, John Barr.
We hope that everyone gathered useful information, successfully networked with the leaders of our profession and had some fun. And to liven up those trip reports, go to IMS2006 Photos.
Finally - I wanted to thank the 60 Steering Committee members for their long hours of effort and their successful execution of the week long activities. IMS2006 Steering Committee
Hope to see you next year in Hawai'i www.ims2007.org
It has been an honor to participate in the IMS2006.
IMS2006 General Chair
archived website below
IMS-2006 is quickly approaching! Please note that pre-registration is now closed; don't worry, you will still be able to register on-site in San Francisco. Before coming to IMS-2006 we suggest that you do a few things to make sure you are fully prepared to make the most of your trip from both a technical and a social perspective.
- Take a look at our attendee information page to familiarize yourself with the area around the Moscone Center as well as conference hotels and transportation.
- Review the technical program (PDF (updated), PDF (original), online).
- Visit our social program and official guest program pages for exciting social events and general information about the SF bay area for you and/or your spouse during microwave week.
- New for this year we are offereing a "print on demand" service, click here for more information!
- For those who did not pre-register: on-site registration information (PDF).
See you in San Francisco!
Latest IMS-2006 News and Updates
An updated PDF version of the IMS-2006 Full Program including rooom changes etc. is now available (PDF).
A print on demand site will remain available during the conference, click here to learn more and place your order!
|Paper Submission site opens |
|October 15, 2005
|Paper Submission site closes |
|Midnight (Hawaii Time) December 2, 2005
|Paper Acceptance Notification |
|Late January 2006
|Hotel Registration Opens |
|Conference Pre-Registration Opens |
|Early March 2006
|Final Manuscripts due |
|March 10, 2006
|Hotel Conference Pre-Reg Closes |
|Early May 2006
|Online Conference Pre-Reg Closes |
|May 12, 2006
||June 11, 2006
On behalf of the IMS2006 Steering Committee, the Santa Clara Valley MTT-S Chapter and the IEEE MicrowaveTheory And Techniques Society, I invite you to join us in San Francisco for the world's largest and most exciting gathering of RF/microwave professionals. Between June 11 and June 16 there will be over one thousand technical presentations during the three premier symposiums in their fields - the International Microwave Symposium (IMS), Radio Frequency IC (RFIC) Symposium and Automatic RF Techniques Group (ARFTG) Conference. In addition to the technical sessions, interactive workshops & panels, and tutorials, there will be many opportunities to network with the leading professionals in these fields. Add to this the largest vendor (500+) exhibition in the industry and you'll have a busy but a "must-not-miss" week.
While you're here for IMS 2006, Northern California is a wonderful place to visit and the weather in June is quite pleasant. See the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman's Wharf, China Town, Golden Gate Park, Coit Tower, Muir Woods, the Wine Country, the Pacific coast, Alcatraz and Treasure Islands and take a ride on the SF Cable Cars. These are just some of many exciting activities you can do on your own or as a part of our guest program.
Come join us as we create the "Bridge to the Future"
IMS2006 General Chair
The Microwave Week Program is featured on Microwave Journal and on RF Globalnet.
The current 2006 IEEE MTT-S IMS steering committee list is available here.
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Most recent update: June 24, 2006