Submissions

Opening date for one-page abstract submission:
30 January, 2018
Deadline for one-page abstract submission:
31 March, 2018 (The deadline was shifted from 15 March)

Guideline for 1-Page Abstract Submission

Please read the following guideline for the abstract submission and submit your abstracts.

  • Go to the abstract submission system (from the link below) and make your own account for the system.
  • Log into the system with your account, read "Abstracts" -> "General Information", download the abstract template from "Templates", and complete your 1-page abstract.
  • Start a new submission from "Abstracts" -> "Your Submissions" -> "New Submission", and fill in necessary information (your contact info, a topic from the topics list below, co-authors info, etc.). Follow detailed instructions in each step of the submission process.
  • In "Attach Abstract" step, you will find a link to IEEE PDF eXpress, where you should create a new account for it and convert your Word abstract file into PDF format. You will need to use the Conference ID for IRMMW-THz2018: 42161X
  • Upload the converted PDF file.
  • Before the submission finishes, you will be redirected to the IEEE Copyright Transfer Process page and need to complete the copyright transfer for your abstract.
  • You will receive an e-mail notification of your abstract submission.

You can modify your abstract and/or information after the abstract submission, by clicking the title of your abstract in "Your Submissions" on your account page.

Link to Abstract Submission System

After reading the guideline above, please click the button below to go to the abstract submission system.

Topics of IRMMW-THz 2018

One topic for your abstract must be chosen from the following:

  • Astronomy, Planetary and Environmental Science
  • Applications in Biology and Medicine
  • Applications in Industry, Security and Inspection
  • Spectroscopy and Material Properties
  • Spectroscopy of Gases, Liquids, and Solids
  • Sources, Detectors, and Receivers
  • Imaging and Remote Sensing
  • Modeling and Analysis Techniques
  • Metamaterial Structures and Applications
  • Devices, Components, and Systems
  • High-Field THz Wave Generation and Nonlinear THz Physics
  • MM and sub-MM wave systems
  • Laser Driven THz Sources
  • Quantum Cascade Lasers
  • Gyro-Oscillators and Amplifiers
  • Free Electron Lasers and Synchrotron Radiation
  • Ultrafast Measurements
  • Metrology
  • MMW and THz Wave Radar and Communications
  • 2D Materials for MMW, THz, IR applications