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Abstract submissions

Would you like to hold a talk at the EMV 2019? Send us your Abstract on a specialized EMC topic and apply to hold one of the in-demand workshop lectures.

Terms of entry

Structure and content

Once you submit your abstract, you are obligated to your workshop at the EMV 2019 from 19 – 21 March 2019 in Stuttgart, Germany, as listed in the workshop program.


The workshops aim to share well-grounded, practice-oriented knowledge on specific EMC topics. Please note that the focus is on practical examples, including case studies and jointly developed solutions supported by practical experiences or experiments. The workshops are characterized by a high degree of interaction between the speaker and participants. Commercial presentations are not permitted.

Each workshop has a timeframe of 3 hours (incl. a coffee break).

Please use our master file for the formatting of your abstract. This will ensure consistency in design. 

As an expert in your field, the EMV 2019 in Stuttgart offers a unique platform to present your theoretical and practical knowledge from industry and academia to an interested audience. In addition to the professional exchange, new contacts can be made offering extended opportunities for networking in expert circles.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Marco Leone, chairman of the committee EMV 2019

Workshop topics

EMC basics, regulations, standards, quality assurance, services as well as questions on insurance and liabilities

A01  Introduction into the physical-technological basics of EMC
A02  EMC requirements, legal questions, directives and standards (national/international)
A03  EMC management, methods, tools and practical experiences
A04  EMC and product liability, insurance law questions
A05  EMC services and field reports of service providers
A06  EMC market surveillance, benchmarks, experiences and results
A07  Technical/technological trends and market perspectives

EMC processes and tools/technologies, concepts, products and specific phenomena

B01  Application of EMI suppression components (inductors, chokes, filters, filter components)
B02  Lighting and overvoltage protection, concepts and measures
B03  Shielding, concepts and technologies, shielding material and EMI-seals
B04  EMC measures on enclosures, cabinets, windows, doors and feedthroughs
B05  EMC analysis, modelling, simulation and prediction, tools and methods
B06  EMC design, methods and tools
B07  EMC adequate grounding and equipotential bonding on board, apparatus and fixed installation level
B08  EMC measurement and test equipment/measurement methods for noise immunity and emission
B09  EMC measurement technology, measurement uncertainty and traceability
B10  Pre-compliance EMC measurements and tests
B11  EMC and reliability, functional safety, IT-safety
B12  EMC and power quality

EMC aspects and issues in specific technical or technological environments

C01  EMC on chip and board level/signal- and power integrity
C02  EMC on equipment, system and fixed installation level
C03  EMC in embedded systems
C04  EMC in cable and IT-networks, powerline communication
C05  EMC in wireless networks, cellular phone networks
C06  EMC in electrical power technology/power electronics and inverter technology
C07  EMC in production and automatization technology
C08  EMC in electrical drive systems, lifting and handling equipment and transportation systems
C09  EMC in control and installation technology, household and building technology,
C10  EMC in mechatronics and microsystems technology
C11  EMC in medical technology, medical practices and hospitals
C12  EMC in automotive, rail and ship engineering
C13  E-mobility, charging technology, high voltage application
C14  EMC in aerospace and military technology
C15  EMC of wireless modules and combined devices with wireless interfaces

EMC and biological effects arising from electromagnetic fields from the engineers’ point of view

D01  Biological effects of electromagnetic fields
D02  Modern communication technologies and health risks to users
D03  Directives and minimum code for safety and health protection
D04  Application of EMC technologies to reduce exposition risks

Languages

The manuscript and the presentation have to be consistently either in German or English.

Please provide the following documents:

  • Title of the workshop
  • Allocation to one of the topics
  • List of all authors and/or co-speakers with complete address
  • Short description for the program (max. 1.500 characters incl. spaces)
  • Short biography of the speaker and co-speakers (each max. 500 characters incl. spaces)
  • Executive summary clearly outlining topic, educational objective and practical significance (as a pdf file)
  • Definition of the target group

In addition, we ask you to agree to provide your manuscript in electronic format by the stipulated deadline to allow for the production of documents. Presentations of manuscripts, which do not reach us in time, may be excluded from the workshop program.

Selection process

All submitted abstracts will be presented to the committee. Criteria include the timely and complete submission of your documents, content and format, as well as actuality and relevance with reference to the workshop topics. The committee reserves the right to allocate the paper to a different topic area.

Important deadlines

Deadline submission abstracts: 13 August 2018
Notification to speakers: End of September 2018
Deadline submission for manuscripts and technical requirements: 28 January 2019
International Exhibition with Workshops on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) in Stuttgart, Germany 19 - 21 March 2019

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