GlobalEM 2024 Symposium on High-Power Electromagnetics Opens Event Registrations

GlobalEM 2024 Symposium on High-Power Electromagnetics Opens Event Registrations712370

The SUMMA Foundation and ETS-Lindgren, co-hosts of the in-person GlobalEM 2024 Symposium, have announced the registration for the Symposium has started on Monday, April 1. Authors, attendees, exhibitors, and companions can register for the technical program, purchase a sponsorship opportunity or exhibition booth, purchase tickets for social events, and more.

Edl Schamiloglu, Distinguished Professor with The University of New Mexico and President of the SUMMA Foundation, said, “GlobalEM 2024 will take place from July 14 to 19 in downtown Austin, Texas, at the impressive AT&T Conference Center. We are excited about reconnecting soon with the world’s global experts in high-power electromagnetics (HPEM) as the Symposium is returning to the United States for the first time since it was held in Santa Barbara, California, in 2018.  ETS-Lindgren has some exciting social events and a unique technical tour planned to complement the technical program. We look forward to seeing you there!”

The Technical Program will follow past editions of the GlobalEM Symposium in featuring several plenary presentations of general interest to Symposium attendees. Regularly submitted papers in the 17 topical areas of HPEM will return as an integral part of this year’s technical program.  Industry expert William (Bill) A. Radasky, President and Managing Engineer of Metatech Corporation and Technical Program Committee (TPC) Chair, and Nicolas Mora, Ph.D., Research and Extension Directorate Advisor of the National University of Colombia and TPC Vice Chair, are poised to organize yet another outstanding technical program for which GlobalEM is well known.

The Symposium concludes on Friday, July 19, with a Technical Tour of ETS-Lindgren’s world headquarters in Cedar Park, Texas, just north of Austin. “Many people are not aware that ETS-Lindgren’s world headquarters is located in Cedar Park, Texas.  With more than 11,000 sq m (120,000 sq ft) of manufacturing, sales, service, and administration space, it’s an impressive facility to see for first-time visitors,” said Janet O’Neil, ETS-Lindgren’s Customer Relations Manager and Chair of the GlobalEM 2024 Organizing Committee. “In addition to our indoor facility, we also have the largest outdoor open area test site in the United States to see on the tour.  To ensure state-of-the-art accuracy, our A2LA-Accredited Calibration Laboratory (Lab Cert #1207.01) is equipped with calibrated instrumentation traceable to National Metrology Institutes (NMI), several anechoic chambers, test cells, and an 80 m x 50 m (262 ft x 164 ft) welded steel ground plane for antenna calibration. Our lab is kept busy not only servicing antennas, probes, and clamps manufactured by ETS-Lindgren, but by other manufacturers as well. GlobalEM attendees will surely be interested in seeing our products designed and manufactured for protection against HPEM, High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP), and Intentional Electromagnetic Interference (IEMI). We look forward to ending the GlobalEM 2024 Symposium week with an educational tour, an ‘all-you-can-eat’ Texas-style lunch buffet, and a horseshoe toss competition.

Click here for GlobalEM 2024 registrations.

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