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The 2002 Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference (APMC 2002) will be held at the Kyoto International Conference Hall, Kyoto, Japan, on November 19-22, 2002. This conference is organized and sponsored by the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE) of Japan, and is cooperatively sponsored by IEEE MTT-S, URSI, IEEE MTT-S Japan Chapter and IEEE EDS Kansai Chapter.
|Paper Hardcopy Submission Deadline:||May 7, 2002|
|Electronic Submission Deadline:||May 15, 2002|
|Notification of Acceptance:||July 15, 2002|
|Final PDF file with Camera-Ready Manuscript Deadline:||September 1, 2002|
The language of the conference is English. The text should be formatted single-spaced and sized for 21.5 ~ 28 cm ( 8.5 ~ 11 inch) paper. The title should be centered 2.5 cm from the top of the first page. The authors' names and complete organizational affiliations, including phone/fax numbers and e-mail address if available, should be one line below the title. The text should start from two lines below the last author's information. Left- and right-hand margins should be 3.0 cm. A 2.5 cm margin should be at the top and bottom of all pages. Double space should be given between paragraphs. Only the corresponding author will receive an acknowledgement of the submission.
The submission paper must be limited to four pages including text, references, and figures. The introduction should indicate clearly how the submission relates to previous work and the unique aspects of the current submission. The submission is divided into two categories: Regular Session and Open Forum. The category preferred for the paper should be marked/indicated in the paper registration on the web or in the transmittal letter.
Electronic Communication: Complete information on how to submit a paper and register for the conference, as well as other important information, can be found at the conference website. Electronic communication allows more time to submit papers, and enables us to send faster acknowledgements and to provide you with up-to-date information on conference events.
Electronic Submission: This year we will use electronic web-based paper submission, but hardcopy paper submissions will also be accepted to avoid unpredictable electronic submission troubles. Technical papers for APMC 2002 are strongly recommended to be submitted via the website (e-TePS). Authors are urged to use *.pdf as the file format, but *.doc (after version 6.0) is also acceptable. Instructions on how to submit papers online are available on the conference website. No hard copy needs to be submitted before it is reviewed, if the electronic submission option is chosen. FAX AND E-MAIL SUBMISSIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. The following steps must be followed by the primary author to submit a paper to the conference:
Paper Hardcopy Submission: If the hardcopy submission option is chosen, ten copies of the paper and five copies of the 200 word abstract with the complete mailing address, the phone number and the fax number of the corresponding author must be submitted in the form described above. The paper must be limited to four pages including text, references, and figures. Figures and photographs should be a convenient size and affixed on 21.5 ~ 28 cm (8.5 ~ 11 inch) white paper with captions in appropriate places. A letter accompanying the paper must indicate categorized key-words associated with this call for papers, along with the complete mailing address, phone number, e-mail address, and fax number of the corresponding author. Mail to the APMC 2002 Secretariat.
Open Forum provides an opportunity for authors to present theoretical or experimental material in poster format, or to perform demonstrations. Authors will discuss with interested colleagues in an informal manner. The submitting authors must choose one of two poster session styles, PS-1 or PS-2.
|Style||Poster||Poster and demonstration|
|Aims||Technical presentation||Technical presentation with visual aids|
|Panel Size||0.9 m(W) ~ 2.1 m(H)||0.9 m(W) ~ 2.1 m(H)|
|Desk||1.8 m(W) ~ 0.6 m(D)|
||100 V only, 1.0 kW|
Presenter(s) of PS-2 should prepare their own visual aids. The committee will provide space, desk and electricity. For electricity more than 1.0 kW.
Dr. Mohammad Madihian, NEC USA Inc., USA.
Dr. Kevin W. Kobayashi , Stanford Microdevices, USA.
Dr. S. Jerry Fiedziuszko, Space Systems/LORAL, USA.
Prof. Arthur A. Oliner, Polytechic University, USA.
Prof. Dr.rer.nat. Friedrich Jondral, Universitaet Karlsruhe, Germany.
Prof. Fawwaz Ulaby, University of Michigan, USA.
Prof. Demin Xu, Shanghai University, China.
Prof. Joy Laskar, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA.
Dr. Peter H. Siegel, California Institute of Technology, USA.
Prof. Kulpid C. Gupta, Univ. of Colorado at Boulder, USA.
Dr. Mitsutaka Hikita, Hitachi, Ltd., Japan
Mr. Takuzo Fujii, Hitachi Kokusai Electric, Inc., Japan
Papers presented at APMC 2002 will be judged by the APMC 2002 Prize Award Committee, and the authors of selected papers will be awarded the APMC 2002 Prize for outstanding contributions to the microwave field.
The Financial Support Program is available for about twenty speakers from developing countries. The financial support will correspond to registration fee and accommodation fee during the conference. For the detailed information, please contact the APMC 2002 secretariat. Candidates are requested to send a "FINANCIAL SUPPORT APPLICATION FORM" to the APMC 2002 secretariat by May 15, 2002. Grants are conditional upon presentation of the paper. The notification of acceptance will be informed by August 1, 2002.
FINANCIAL SUPPORT APPLICATION FORM
|On-site registration and pre-registration after September 30, 2002||45,000 yen|
|Pre-registration on or before September 30, 2002||40,000 yen|
|Workshop and short course||5,000 yen|
The registration fee covers admission to all sessions of the conference and a copy of the Conference Proceedings. The registration form will be provided in the Advance Program. Details will be uploaded on the conference website.
An International Microwave ExhibitioniMicrowave Exhibition 2002j in association
with the Conference will be held concurrently, at the Event Hall in Kyoto
International Conference Hall, the venue of the Conference, from November
20 to 22, 2002.
Please contact the following address for further information:
c/o SIPEC Corp., 4-1-4 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0033, Japan
Phone: +81-3-3815-8590, Fax: +81-3-3815-8529, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Welcome Reception and Banquet will provide opportunities for the attendees to communicate with their colleagues and enjoy traditional Japanese cuisine and attractions. All registered attendees are invited to the Welcome Reception and Banquet. To experience traditional Japanese culture, a Japanese Tea Ceremony will also be held. Detailed information will be provided in the Advance Program.
JTB Corp. Kyoto office, official travel agent for the conference, has reserved
a sufficient number of rooms at several hotels inKyoto. Detailed information
will be provided in the Advance Program.
If you have any inquires, please contact:
JTB Corp. Kyoto office Convention Dept.
Higashishiokoji-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 600-8215, Japan.
Phone: +81-75-361-7241 Fax: +81-75-341-1028
Kyoto is a world-wide popular tourist city situated about 500 km west of Tokyo and 40 km northeast of Osaka. It served as the capital of Japan from 794 to 1868 and was the birthplace of Japanese culture and traditions. Kyoto is the home of 20% of Japan's national treasures as well as many historical buildings and traditional arts and crafts. To the south of Kyoto lies historical Nara, the more ancient capital between 710 and 784. Kyoto in November attracts many tourists by beautiful autumnal colorings of maples and other trees.
Prof. Shozo Komaki
Chair, Steering Committee
c/o SIPEC Corp., 4-1-4 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0033, Japan
Phone: +81-3-3815-8590, Fax: +81-3-3815-8529,
IEICE Technical Group on Microwave Engineering
IEEE MTT-S Japan Chapter
2002 Korea-Japan Microwave Workshop (KJMW 2002)
October 7-8, 2002 Yokosuka Research Park (YRP), Kanagawa, Japan
2002 Interim International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation (ISAP
November 26-28, 2002 Yokosuka Research Park (YRP), Kanagawa, Japan
Updated on May 13, 2002 by Jun-ichi Takada