Experience a collaboration of the greatest minds in electromagnetic compatibility and signal integrity engineering!

  • Hear top-rated peer-reviewed technical papers presented by the leading authorities in engineering. These professionals actively participate in the symposium by attending the various sessions and sharing their latest research and expertise.
  • Learn from workshops and tutorials presented by representatives of prominent companies and universities in the industry. Presenters hail from companies such as IBM Corp., Intel Corp., Oracle Corp., Cisco Systems, Inc, Samsung Electronics, Ford Motor Co., ETS-Lindgren, NASA, Boeing and many others.
  • Observe and interact with live experiments and demonstrations of computational modeling & simulation and hardware that prove important EMC & SI/PI concepts.
  • Visit the exhibit floor to explore current technologies, products, services, and more!
  • Share fun-filled social events with other students and fellow professionals. This is a chance to meet others and make connections that will last a lifetime and assist in your future career path.

STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY!

EMC Society is offering a stipend to encourage and increase the involvement of graduate students and young scientists in the field of Electromagnetic Compatibility. The stipend would provide the equivalent of up to $2000 per person, for no more than 5 full-time students, to cover expenses associated with attendance at an EMC symposium for which they are the presenter of an accepted paper and a first timer at the conference. Students would need to apply for the stipend; recommendations from supervising professors would be required.

Contact Vignesh Rajamani to learn how to apply.

NEED HELP ORGANIZING YOUR TECHNICAL PAPER?

Students may not have experienced the preparation and submission of a technical paper. To assist in the process, we enlisted help from Joseph Vas, IEEE EMC Society Student Liaison. Joseph has prepared a flowchart to help students organize their content for a technical paper.

An accepted paper will gain exposure for students and can lead to career opportunities. The EMC + SIPI 2017 attendees hail from some of the world’s leading companies in technology, military, automotive, space, medical and many others!

2016 STUDENT AWARD RECIPIENTS

best symposium student paper

Best Symposium Student Paper Award Top-layer Interconnect Inductance Extraction for the Pre-Layout Power Integrity Ying S. Cao, University of Hong Kong with Frank Sabath, IEEE EMC Society President

 

Best Student Paper Honorable Mention

Best Symposium Student Paper Award Honorable Mention EMI Control Performance of the Absorbing Material for Application on Flexible Cables Guangyao Shen, Missouri University of Science and Technology with Frank Sabath, IEEE EMC Society President

 

Best Student Design Award

Ali Foudazi, Atieh Talebzadeh and Omid Hoseini Izadi, Missouri University of Science and Technology

 

Student Design Award Honorable Mention

Best Student Design Award – Honorable Mention Shubhankar Marathe, Abhishek Patnaik, and Tamar Makharashvili, Missouri University of Science and Technology with Frank Sabath, IEEE EMC Society President

Previous Student Winners

IEEE EMC 2016 OTTAWA, CANADA STUDENT WINNERS:

Best Symposium Student Paper Award:

Top-layer Interconnect Inductance Extraction for the Pre-Layout Power Integrity
Ying S. Cao
University of Hong Kong

Best Symposium Student Paper Award Honorable Mention:

EMI Control Performance of the Absorbing Material for Application on Flexible Cables
Guangyao Shen
Missouri University of Science and Technology

Best Student Design Award:

Ali Foudazi, Atieh Talebzadeh and Omid Hoseini Izadi
Missouri University of Science and Technology

Best Student Design Award – Honorable Mention:

Shubhankar Marathe, Abhishek Patnaik, and Tamar Makharashvili
Missouri University of Science and Technology

IEEE EMC 2015 DRESDEN, GERMANY STUDENT WINNERS:

Best Student Paper Award:

Effect of Pulsed Interference on an ASK Receiver – Stefan van De Beek(1), Silvo Jeunink(1) and Frank Leferink(1,2), 1-University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands, 2-Thales Nederland B.V., Hengelo, The Netherlands

Best Student Paper Award – Honorable Mention:

Extension of the Emission Measurements for Alternative Test Methods above 1 GHz for Unintentional Electromagnetic Radiators – Benjamin Menßen, David Hamann and Heyno Garbe, Institute of Electrical Engineering and Measurement Technology, Leibniz Universität, Hannover, Hannover, Germany

Best Student Design Award:

Mislav Mikic, Raul Blecic and Rebecca Grancaric, University of Zagreb, Croatia

IEEE EMC 2014 RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA STUDENT WINNERS:

EMC Best Student Paper Award:

Modeling Electromagnetic Radiation at High-Density PCB/Connector Interfaces – Xinxin Tian(1), Matthew Halligan(2), Xiao Li(2), Kiyeong Kim(3), Hung-Chuan Chen(4), Samuel Connor(5), Bruce Archambeault(5), Michael Cracraft(6), Albert Ruehli(2), and James Drewniak(2); 1-Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China, 2-Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, MO, USA, 3-Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daejeon, South Korea, 4-National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, 5IBM Corporation, Research Triangle Park (RTP), NC, USA, 6-IBM Corporation, Poughkeepsie, NY, USA

SIPI Best Student Paper Award:

On Finding the Optimal Number of Decoupling Capacitors by Minimizing the Equivalent Inductance of the PCB PDN – Ketan Shringarpure(1), Biyao Zhao(1), Leihao Wei(2), Bruce Archambeault(3), Albert Ruehli(1), Michael Cracraft(4), Matteo Cocchini(4), Edward Wheeler(2), Jun Fan(1), and James Drewniak(1); 1-Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, MO, USA, 2-Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, IN, USA, 3-IBM Corporation, Research Triangle Park (RTP), NC, USA, 4-IBM Corporation, Poughkeepsie, NY, USA

Best Student Design Award:

Shubhankar Marathe & Giorgi Maghlakelidze, Missouri University of Science and Technology

IEEE JAMES C. KLOUDA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

Klouda Award Winner

IEEE James C. Klouda Memorial Scholarship Award For excellence in the field of EMC Studies Eric Pollmann, Georgia Institute of Technology with Frank Sabath, IEEE EMC Society President

 

The IEEE James C. Klouda Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of James C. Klouda and his professional career in the field of electromagnetic compatibility. The Scholarship Fund awards, on an annual basis, a scholarship to a qualified undergraduate student or graduate student who seeks an electrical engineering degree with emphasis in the field of electromagnetic compatibility or a related discipline, from an accredited US university or college.

Prize
$1000 Scholarship
EMCS student membership for one year

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