As an exhibitor at AP-S 2019 in Atlanta, USA, you have the unique opportunity to participate in the demonstration program in the exhibit hall.
The objective of the demonstration program is to provide hands-on education in important antenna concepts in an interactive format focusing on innovative ideas and methods that are of interest to practicing antenna engineers. The program features both hardware and software demonstrations. Topics may include Antenna theory, design, and measurements, Microstrip antennas and printed devices, Millimeter wave and Terahertz antennas, MIMO antennas and systems, Nanoscale electromagnetics, and Radio communication systems, etc.
Presentations are scheduled for 60-minute slots. This allows for Q&A during the demonstration and a repeat as necessary to accommodate the flexible schedule of symposium attendees.
To participate in the demonstrations program at the 2019 IEEE AP-S Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and the USNC-URSI Radio Science Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, please submit your proposal using the following guidelines.
All presenters are required to have paid the full symposium registration fee in advance in order to participate in the demonstrations program. Presenters in the demonstrations program may be from industry, academia, and/or government. Presenters are responsible for ensuring their content may be shared with the public.
DEMONSTRATION PROPOSALS ARE DUE APRIL 15
Please send in your proposal to the Demonstrations Co-Chairs shown below before April 15, 2019.
The technical program committee will review all proposals. A balance between hardware and software proposals is desired. Accepted proposals will be announced on May 1, 2019. Accepted proposals will be promoted on the symposium website, the symposium app, via social media and via signage on site during the symposium.