The first Call for Papers for iWAT2022 has been issued and can be downloaded here

Please see our Paper Submission Guidelines for details.

Topics include, but will not be limited to:

  • SMALL ANTENNAS
    • Adaptive (smart) arrays
    • Antenna measurements
    • Antennas on/in IC packages
    • Body-centric antennas
    • Broadband antennas
    • Conformal antennas
    • SAR measurements of handheld devices
    • Millimeter-wave through Terahertz antennas
    • Modeling and simulation
    • Non-Foster/active elements
    • Reconfigurable antennas
    • Reflectarrays
    • Ultra-wideband (UWB) antennas
    • Wearable antennas
  • INNOVATIVE STRUCTURES AND NOVEL MATERIALS
    •  Analysis and design of EM materials
    • Artificial magnetic conductors (AMC)
    • Electromagnetic anisotropy 
    • Electromagnetic bandgap (EBG) structures
    • Fractal structures 
    • Frequency selective surfaces (FSS)
    • Single and double negative metamaterials 
    • Electromagnetic skins: epidermal, flexible and stretchable antennas, sensing substrates
    • Metasurfaces 
    • Magnetic nanoparticles, graphene carbonnanotubes in antennas
    • MEMS/nano technology for antennas 
    • 3D printed antennas and structures
  • APPLICATIONS 
    • Antennas for 5G/6G communication terminals
    • Antennas for IoT
    • Automotive systems
    • Biomedical and healthcare applications
    • Bluetooth/WLAN (PDAs, laptops)
    • Energy harvesting
    • Hyperthermia and RF ablation
    • GNSS systems
    • Intelligent reflective surfaces
    • RFID antennas
    • Medical diagnostic and therapeutic applications
    • Millimeter-wave/terahertz communications and imaging
    • MIMO systems
    • Physically secured wireless systems
    • Sensing systems
    • Software-defined / cognitive radio
    • Satellite communications
    • UWB communications
    • WBAN systems
    • Wireless communication systems (handheld devices, base stations)
    • Wireless power transmission and harvesting for implanted systems
    • 5G communication systems • Simultaneous transmit and receive systems