URSI Submission Topics

Commission A - Electromagnetic Metrology
Chair: Christopher L. Holloway
National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST), Boulder, CO
christopher.holloway@nist.gov
A.1Microwave to sub-millimeter measurements/standards
A.2Quantum metrology and fundamental concepts
A.3Time and frequency
A.4Time-domain metrology, EM-field metrology
A.5EMC and EM metrology
A.6Noise
A.7Materials
A.8Bioeffects and medical applications
A.9Antennas
A.10Impulse radar
A.11Interconnect and packaging
A.12Test facilities
A.13THz metrology
A.14High-Frequency and Millimeter Wireless metrology
Commission B - Fields and Waves
Chair: Sembiam Rengarajan
California State University, Northridge
sembiam.rengarajan@csun.edu
B.1Antenna arrays
B.2Antenna theory, design, and measurements
B.3Complex, novel, or specialized media:
B.3.1Electromagnetic bandgap (EBG structures)
B.3.2Biological media
B.3.3Geophysical media
B.3.4Metamaterials
B.4Educational methods and tools
B.5Electromagnetic interaction and coupling
B.6Guided waves and wove-guiding structures
B.7High-frequency techniques
B.BImaging, inverse scattering and remote sensing
B.9Microstrip antennas and printed devices
B.10Nanoscale electromagnetics
B.11Nonlinear electromagnetics
B.12Numerical Methods
B.12.1Fast Methods
B.12.2Finite-Difference methods
B.12.3Frequency-Domain methods
B.12.4Hybrid methods
B.12.5Integral-Equation methods
B.12.6Time-Domain methods
B.13Optimization techniques
B.14Propagation phenomena and effects
B.15Rough surfaces and random media
B.16Scattering and diffraction
B.17Theoretical electro magnetics
B.18Transient fields, effects, and systems
B.19Ultra-wideband electromagnetics
B.20Wireless communications
B.21Cognitive Radio
Commission C - Radiocommunication Systems and Signal Processing
Chair: Amir I. Zaghloul
Virginia Tech
amirz@vt.edu
C.1Cognitive radio and software defined radio
C.2Computational imaging and inverse methods
C.3Information theory, coding, modulation and detection
C.4MIMO and MISO systems
C.5Radar systems, target detection, localization, and tracking
C.6Radio communication systems
C.7Sensor networks, and sensor array processing and calibration
C.8Signal and image processing
C.9Spectrum and medium utilization
C.10Synthetic aperture and space-time processing
C.11Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)
Commission D - Electronics and Photonics
Chair: Jennifer T. Bernhard
University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
jbernhar@illinois.edu
D.1Novel transmission line structures and materials
D.2Electronic devices, circuits and applications
D.3Photonic devices, circuits and applications
D.4Physics, materials, CAD, technology and reliability of electronic and photonic devices
Commission E - Electromagnetic Environment and Interference
Chair: Everett G. Farr
Farr Research, Inc.
efarr@farr-research.com
E.1Electromagnetic environment
E.1.1Electromagnetic noise of natural origin
E.1.2Man-made noise
E.2Electromagnetic compatibility measurement technologies
E.3Electromagnetic compatibility standards
E.4Legal aspects of electromagnetic compatibility
E.5Electromagnetic radiation hazards
E.6Electromagnetic compatibility education
E.7Computational electromagnetics in electromagnetic compatibility
E.7.1Computer Modeling
E.7.2Model Validation
E.7.3Statistical Analysis
E.8Effects of natural and intentional emissions on system performance
E.8.lCrosstalk
E.8.2Effects of transients
E.8.3System analysis
E.8.4Signal integrity
E.8.SElectromagnetic compatibility in communication systems
E.8.6Statistical analysis
E.9High-power electromagnetics
E.9.1Electrostatic discharge
E.9.2Electromagnetic pulse and lightning
E.9.3Transients
E.9.4Power transmission
E.10Spectrum management
Commission F - Wave Propagation and Remote Sensing USNC
Chair: V. Chandrasekar
Colorado State University
chandra@engr.colostate.edu
F.1Point-to-point propagation effects
F.1.1Measurements
F.1.2Propagation models
F.1.3Multipath/mitigation
F.1.4Land or water paths
F.1.5Scattering/diffraction
F.1.6Indoor/outdoor links
F.1.7Mobile/fixed paths
F.1.8Horizontal/slant paths
F.1.9Surface/atmosphere interactions
F.1.10Atmospheric constituents
F.1.11Dispersion/delay
F.1.l2Natural/man-made structures
F.2Remote sensing of the Earth by radio waves
F.2.1Atmospheric sensing
F.2.2Ocean and sea ice
F.2.3Field campaigns
F.2.4Interferometry and SAR
F.2.5Subsurface sensing
F.2.6Scattering/ diffraction
F.2.7Radiation and emission
F.2.8Propagation effects
F.2.9Urban environments
F.2.10Soil moisture & terrain
F.3Propagation and Remote Sensinq in Complex and Random Media
Commission K - Electromagnetics in Biology and Medicine
Chair: Erdem Topsakal
Mississippi State University
topsakal@ece.msstate.edu
K.1Biological effects
K.2Dosimetry and exposure assessment
K.3Electromagnetic imaging and sensing applications
K.4Therapeutic, rehabilitative, and other biomedical applications
K.5Human body interactions with antennas and other electromagnetic devices