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International Conference on Subsurface and Surface Sensing and Imaging IV

March 2-6, 2003

San Diego, CA

This conference reports advances and progress in the research and development of subsurface and surface sensing and imaging techniques, sensors and applications, and addresses the technical barriers encountered in multiple domains of subsurface and surface sensing and imaging. Topics include: surface and ground penetrating sensors, signal and data processing and propagation and modeling, material properties and characterizations, and cross-cutting commonalities across subsurface and surface sensing applications. Additional information is available at For further information, contact: Cam Nguyen, Department of Electrical Engineering, Texas A & M University, College Station, TX 77843 (979) 845-6259, or e-mail:

International Symposium on Advanced Radio Technologies Conference

March 4-7, 2003

Boulder, CO

The ISART 2003 conference brings together business leaders, policy makers and technical researchers from the telecommunications industry with a focus on wireless communications. These groups shape the industry, and by creating a meeting where they can interact with each other, will create a window through which the present and future state of the industry can be viewed. Topics include: spectrum, propagation/radios, broadband deployment, telecom in developing countries, spectrum policy, wireless networks and public safety. For more information, visit:

International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE)

March 9-15, 2003

Las Vegas, NV

This show plays host to more than 350 exhibiting companies and 10,000 attendees in the two-way mobile communications industry. Along with base station workshops, the IWCE conference program features the latest developments in business, regulatory, public safety and homeland security. For more information, visit:, or e-mail:

IEEE Sarnoff Symposium

March 12, 2003

Trenton, NJ

The conference includes an exhibition of components, technologies, systems and services, and also features tutorials. Topics include: broadband wireless systems, network security, satellite communications, signal processing for communications, microwave device technology, modeling and simulations, optical networking, ultra-wideband systems, VoIP and QoS, military communications, 3G mobile systems and wireless LANs, smart antennas and phase arrays, microwave photonics and software radio. For additional information, visit:, or e-mail:

CTIA Wireless 2003

March 17-19, 2003

New Orleans, LA

With over 900 exhibitors, 500,000+ square-feet of space and nearly 40,000 attendees, this show is one of the largest and highly attended wireless shows in the telecommunication and computing industries. This event draws not only a traditional wireless audience of network providers, carriers and manufacturers but also brings in the users of wireless such as health care, government, military and automotive. Live Well, Work Smart, Play Hard ... Wireless Makes it Possible. For more information, visit the show Web site at, or e-mail:

29th RF & Hyper Europe

April 1-3, 2003

Porte de Versailles, France

This trade show is dedicated to radio frequencies, microwave, wireless, optical fiber technologies and their applications. It will take place concurrently with the SETI (European Week of Information Technology), which gathers a range of trade shows dedicated to IT solutions and applications, in particular: RTS, Solution Vision, Micad, Codexpo and Display. For additional information, visit:, or contact: BIRP, 11, rue du Perche 75003 Paris, France +33 1 44 78 99 30, fax +33 1 44 78 99 49, or e-mail:

IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility

May 11-16, 2003

Istanbul, Turkey

Sponsors: IEEE EMC Society, URSI Commission E, IEE, EOARD, AEAI. This symposium will provide opportunities for EMC researchers, scientists, engineers and vendors to present the latest research results, discuss problems of current and mutual interest and exchange views and experience related to new EMC components, materials and equipment. Topics: research, development and applications on EMC and related disciplines. Main themes include designing for EMC, signal integrity, RF compatibility and spectrum engineering, test and measurement methods, numerical modeling, and lightning and EMP interactions. For further information, visit: In addition, the symposium will be accompanied by a technical exhibition related to EMC. For exhibition information, contact: Eddie Rosen, ORTRA Ltd., 1 Nirim Street, PO Box 9352, 61092 Tel-Aviv, Israel +972-3-6384444, fax +972-3-6384455, e-mail:, or Elya B. Joffe, general chairman,

IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium and Exhibition

June 8-13, 2003

Philadelphia, PA

This symposium will serve as the centerpiece of Microwave Week 2003. Topics: research, development and application of RF and microwave theory and techniques. In addition to IMS2003, a microwave exhibition, a historical exhibit, the RFIC symposium and the ARFTG conference will be held during Microwave Week 2003. The technical sessions will run Tuesday through Thursday of Microwave Week. Workshops will be held Sunday through Tuesday, and the ARFTG Microwave Measurements Conference will be held on Thursday and Friday. For further information, contact: Richard V. Snyder, general chair, RS Microwave Co. Inc., (973) 492-1207, e-mail: For exhibition information, contact: Kristen Dednah, Horizon House Publications, 685 Canton St., Norwood, MA 02062 (781) 769-9750, or e-mail:

SBMO/IEEE MTT-S International Microwave and Optoelectronics Conference

September 20-23, 2003

Iguazu Falls, Brazil

IMOC 2003 is organized by the Brazilian Microwave and Optoelectronics Society (SBMO), in association with IEEE MTT-S. Technical papers describing original work on the advancement and application of microwaves and optoelectronics are solicited. The official working language of IMOC 2003 is English. An exhibit, short courses and workshops will also take place during the conference. Call for Papers submission deadline is March 15, 2003. For further information, visit:
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Date:Feb 1, 2003
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