EUROEM 2016 features four days of oral and poster presentations plus Special Sessions in diverse areas of Aircraft Testing and Certification, Transformative Materials and Cyber Security. The conference keynote will be delivered by Prof Sir John Pendry.
Held on the premises of the renowned Imperial College London, the conference programme will also include a Plenary Session addressing recent advances in High Power Electromagnetics (HPEM).
EUROEM 2016 programme offers excellent networking opportunities – a welcome drinks reception and an international industry exhibition at Imperial College London, and a conference gala dinner at the newly refurbished IET London: Savoy Place.
Find out more about EUROEM 2016.
EUROEM 2016 programme covers a wide range of topics relevant to diverse science and industry sectors.
We welcome engineers, scientists, researchers and academics representing:
- Critical infrastructure protection
- Cyber security
- Functional safety
Find out more about registration.
- Aircraft EM certification
Developments in aircraft electromagnetics test and evaluation techniques
- Transformative electromagnetic materials and structures
Advances in metamaterials and transformative material production
- Cyber electromagnetics
Threats and vulnerability to electromagnetic signals - the new research findings for computer systems
Find out more on conference special sessions.
This conference can count towards CPD requirements. You'll earn 24 hours of CPD.
To keep your CPD records up to date ask in advance for an attendance certificate.
If you would like to broaden your professional experience through undertaking a study tour, working in industry or attending a conference then why not apply for one of the IET Travel Awards?
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Spring 2016 | Edinburgh, Scotland