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Call for Workshops

Submit your abstract on a special EMC topic and apply for one of the coveted workshops at the EMV, which will take place in Stuttgart from 25 – 27 March 2025.

What awaits you as a speaker

As a speaker, you will bring your practical expertise to a highly qualified, interested audience, from basic knowledge to specialized topics. With your presentation, you provide an impetus for innovation and dialogue with each other.

Why lecture?

  • Valuable contacts within the industry
  • Admission to the trade fair and all side events
  • Honorarium plus profit sharing
  • Discounts for other EMV workshops

Workshop topics

A01 Introduction into the physical-technological basics of EMC
A02 Application of EMI suppression components (inductors, chokes, filters, filter components)
A03 Lightning and overvoltage protection, components, concepts, and measures
A04 Shielding, concepts and technologies, shielding material and EMC-seals
A05 EMC measures on enclosures, cabinets, windows, doors, and feedthroughs
A06 EMC design, methods, and tools
A07 EMC adequate grounding and equipotential bonding on circuit-board, apparatus, and installation level
A08 EMC on chip and circuit-board level / signal- and power integrity
A09 EMC on components, equipment, system, and installation level
A10 Application of technologies to reduce exposition risks

B01 EMC requirements, standards, directives and regulations and legal questions (national/international)
B02 EMC management, methods, tools, and practical experiences
B03 EMC in product development process
B04 Use of artificial intelligence (AI) in EMC
B05 EMC and product liability, insurance, and liability questions
B06 EMC market surveillance, processes, experiences, and results
B07 EMC and reliability
B08 EMC and functional safety
B09 EMC and cybersecurity, IT-security
B10 Directives and requirements for safety and health protection, biological effects arising from electromagnetic
B11 Product conformity, certification, and approval
B12 Accreditation of EMC test services

C01 EMC test equipment
C02 EMC test technologies, test procedures for emissions and immunity, new test procedures
C03 Methods for on-site testing
C04 Precompliance EMC tests
C05 Measurement procedures and results for radiation protection against electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields (unintentional radiators)
C05 Precompliance EMC measurements and tests
C06 EMC validation of components
C07 Measurement of transfer impedances, insertion loss, coupling resistance, impedance, filtering, shielding
C08 EMC analysis, modelling, simulation and prediction, tools and methods
C09 Simulation-based validation
C10 Metrological traceability
C11 Measurement uncertainty
C12 Testing under special safety conditions

D01 EMC in power electronics
D02 EMC in embedded systems
D03 EMC in power networks, cable and IT-networks, powerline communication
D04 EMC in in power distribution networks
D05 EMC & electrical power quality, grid stabilization
D06 EMC in production and automatization technology, industry 4.0
D07 EMC in electrical drive systems, lifting and handling equipment and transportation systems
D08 EMC in switching and installation technology, household and building technology
D09 EMC in mechatronics and microsystems technology
D10 EMC in medical technology
D11 EMC in transportation technology (automotive, rail and ship engineering), autonomous driving, infrastructure
D12 EMC in E-mobility, charging technology, high voltage application
D13 EMC in wireless charging
D14 EMC in aerospace and military technology
D15 Technical and technological trends, market perspective

E01 Requirements for radio equipment, standards, directives, regulations, and legal issues (national/international)
E02 International type approvals of radio equipment/products with wireless interfaces
E03 EMC of radio equipment
E04 Evaluation of efficient and effective frequency utilization, measurement of radio parameters of radio equipment
E05 Effect of electromagnetic fields (EMF) from radio equipment (intentional radiators), thermal effects of non-ionizing radiation, nerve stimulation
E06 Cybersecurity of radio equipment
E07 Integration of radio modules
E08 Combined equipment, devices with wireless interface
E09 Radio equipment in vehicles, on ships and in aviation

Submission conditions and procedure

By submitting your abstract you commit yourself to give your presentation at the EMV 2025 in Stuttgart from 25 – 27 March 2025 according to the announcement in the workshop program. 

The workshops serve as training courses to a special EMC topic area. Therefore they should be designed with a strong focus on applicability and supported by case studies, practical experience or experiments. The workshops are characterised by a high degree of interaction between the speaker and the participants. Product presentations and advertising presentations are not permitted.

A period of three hours and 15 minutes (incl. a 30 minutes break) is available for each workshop.

Please use the abstract submission template to ensure a uniform form for all abstracts.

Furthermore, you hereby agree to prepare your workshop documentation in electronic form and provide it to Mesago on time. Should you fail to submit your documentation on time, we reserve the right to exclude your presentation from the workshop program.

The abstract, lecture slides, the workshop documentation and lecture can be written  in either German or English.

The following information must be entered during the submission process:

  • Title of the workshop
  • Assignment to a main topic
  • List of all participating speakers and co-speakers with full details
  • Short biography of the speaker and the co-speakers (each max. 500 characters incl. spaces)
  • Brief description for the program (max. 1,500 characters incl. spaces)
  • Goal of the workshop (max. 500 characters incl. spaces)
  • Definition of the target group (max. 500 characters including spaces)
  • Requirements for workshop participants (max. 500 characters incl. spaces) 
  • Abstract of your workshop with simple outline and description of the content as a PDF file (please use the abstract template)

All abstracts will be submitted to the committee for selection. The selection criteria are the timely and complete receipt of your documents, content and preparation, as well as topicality and relevance with regard to the workshop topics. 

Important deadlines

Submission of abstracts by 10 September 2024
Notification to speakers November 2024
Submission of workshop documentation by 11 March 2025
Online Registration by 5 February 2025
EMV in Stuttgart 25 – 27 March 2025