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EMV 2022 Call for Papers commences

10 Jun 2021

In preparation for the next EMV event, experts in electromagnetic compatibility are invited to actively design the conference and workshop program. The event is to be held in Cologne from 15 to 17 March 2022.

EMV 2019

Representatives from academia and industry can now submit proposals for the EMV, Europe's most significant electromagnetic compatibility event. Abstract submissions are possible until 13 September 2021.

Topics at the EMV 2022

The committee has defined the following main topics for the EMV, which will be held in Cologne for the first time in 2022:

A)    Interference sources
B)    EMC in the product development process
C)    Interference suppression measures
D)    EMC-compliant circuit design
E)    Test and measurement
F)    Standardization, regulation, approval
G)    EMC in industrial applications
H)    EMC in traffic engineering
I)    Electromobility/motor vehicles
J)    Household, building, information and communication technology
K)    EMC in radio and wireless
L)    Power engineering
M)    Biomedical engineering
N)    Electromagnetic fields environment (EMCE)
O)    Science meets application

Conference participation with English contributions possible

Speakers can now hold conference presentations in English or, as before, in German. In addition, those interested can choose between two forms of participation in the conference, which differ mainly in terms of the time required and the citation eligibility:

  • Speakers can submit an abstract as usual and later a full paper. The full paper will be published in the conference proceedings and in the repository with DOI number (Open Access) as a citable publication.
  • In the Call for Papers, submissions without a full paper are now also accepted. These do not have to be a first publication.

Choice between lecture formats

Depending on the scope, thematic structure and target group, it is possible to submit an abstract for a 20-minute contribution at the conference, or to apply for an approximately three-hour, practice-oriented workshop.

Submission requirements and detailed information on the different presentation formats are available at

About Mesago Messe Frankfurt
Mesago, founded in 1982 and located in Stuttgart, specializes in exhibitions and conferences on various topics of technology. The company belongs to the Messe Frankfurt Group. Mesago operates internationally and is not tied to a specific venue. With 160 members of staff Mesago organizes events for the benefit of more than 3,300 exhibitors and over 110,000 trade visitors, conference delegates and speakers from all over the world. Numerous trade associations, publishing houses, scientific institutes and universities work with Mesago closely as advisers, co-organizers and partners. (

Background information on Messe Frankfurt
Messe Frankfurt is the world’s largest trade fair, congress and event organiser with its own exhibition grounds. The Messe Frankfurt Group employs around 2,500* people in a total of 30 subsidiaries. The company generated annual sales of approximately €250* million in 2020 after having recorded sales of €738 million the previous year. Even in difficult times caused by the coronavirus pandemic, we are globally networked with our industry sectors. We have close ties with our industry sectors and serve our customers’ business interests efficiently within the framework of our Fairs & Events, Locations and Services business fields. One of the Group’s key USPs is its closely knit global sales network, which extends throughout the world. Our comprehensive range of services – both onsite and online – ensures that customers worldwide enjoy consistently high quality and flexibility when planning, organising and running their events. We are expanding our digital expertise with new business models. The wide range of services includes renting exhibition grounds, trade fair construction and marketing, personnel and food services. Headquartered in Frankfurt am Main, the company is owned by the City of Frankfurt (60 percent) and the State of Hesse (40 percent).
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* preliminary figures 2020