ATRASC
 

Paper Submission

Topical Areas

Contributed papers are solicited in the topical areas as outlined in the Call for Papers.

Commission A: Electromagnetic Metrology

  • A01: Antenna and Propagation Measurement Techniques
  • A02: Measurements in Advanced Communication Systems
  • A03: Characterization of Electromagnetic Properties of Materials
  • A04: Properties of Engineered Materials including Nanotechnology
  • A05: Physical constants, Primary and Secondary Standards
  • A06: Realization and Dissemination of Time Scales and Standard Frequencies
  • A07: Methodology of Electromagnetic Dosimetry
  • A08: Measurements for Health Diagnostics, Applications and Biotechnology, including Bio-sensing
  • A09: Space Metrology
  • A10: Calibration, Traceability, and Inter Comparisons of Instruments and Measurements
  • A11: Quantification of Accuracy and Uncertainty
  • A12: Smart City as a measurement hub
  • A13: Metrology Techniques and Solutions enabled by Artificial Intelligence
  • A14: Quantum Metrology 
  • A15: Precision Metrology - Practice, Education and Prospects
  • A16: Microwave and Optical Frequency Standards
  • A17: Time and Frequency Metrology
  • A18: Advanced Time & Frequency Transfer Techniques and Precision Geolocation

                    A description of the sessions can be found here.

Commission B: Fields and Waves

  • B01: Antenna theory, design, and measurement
  • B02: Simultaneous transmit receiver front ends
  • B03: Propagation and scattering: advances, trends and new applications
  • B04: Advanced algorithms in computational electromagnetics
  • B05: Antennas and microwave imaging for biomedical applications
  • B06: Inverse scattering and imaging
  • B07: Integral equation, hybrid, and fast methods
  • B08: Mathematical methods in electromagnetics
  • B09: Mathematical modelling of EM problems
  • B10: Scattering and diffraction
  • B11: Electromagnetic theory
  • B12: Materials in electromagnetics
  • B13: Waves in nonlinear and inhomogeneous media
  • B14: Quantum techniques for Electromagnetics
  • B15: Additive Manufacturing, Novel composites and Metastructures
  • B16 : Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Novel Optimization Techniques in Electromagnetics
  • B17: Millimeter-wave antennas/5G communications
  • B18: Women Radio Science Contributions
  • B19: High-frequency and hybrid methods
  • B20: Vehicular and automotive RF links
  • B21: Metamaterial concepts for electromagnetics (not confirmed yet)
  • B22: RF front ends with MIMO
  • B23: Electromagnetic methods for direct and inverse scattering involving stratified media
  • B24: Terahertz Antenna Systems
  • B25: Foldable Antennas and Antennas for CubeSats (not confirmed yet)
  • B26: Open Session
  • BE: Near-field coupling in wireless communications
  • BC: OFDMs and wideband communications
  • BK: AI/ML applications to biomedical technologies

                A description of the sessions can be found here.

 

Commission C: Radiocommunication Systems and Signal Processing

  • C01 : Radar & communication co-design
  • C02 : Concepts and ideas for new future consumer wireless communications paradigms
  • C03 : 6G and future wireless systems
  • C04 : Reconfigurable intelligent surfaces
  • C05 : Advanced digital communications schemes
  • C06 : Wireless Power Transfer
  • C07 : Satellite Systems & positioning
  • C08 : Efficient & Green Communications
  • C09 : AI & Machine learning in communications

                   A description of the sessions can be found here.

Commission D: Electronics and Photonics

  • D01 : Convergence of photonics and radio systems Towards 6G
  • D02 : Photonic signal processing, real-time instruments and biomedical imaging
  • D03 : Harmonic Transponders
  • D04 : Multiphysics modelling in radio frequency nanoelectronics
  • D05 : Plasmonics
  • D06 : Photonics and electronics for space applications
  • D07 : Electronic and photonic components for THz Communications
  • D08 : Energy Harvesting for IoT Applications (Kyriaki Niotaki,  Valentina Palazzi)
  • D09 : Open Session
  • WS1 : RFID Technologies and Privacy of Data
  • WS2 : Wireless Power Transfer Technologies and Applications

                 A description of the Sessions can be found here.

                 A description of the Workshops can be found here.

 

Commission E: Electromagnetic Environment and Interference

  • E01 : EMC Analytical and Numerical Modeling and stochastic analysis
  • E02: EMC Measurement techniques and standards
  • E03: HPEM, Intentional EMI, Radiation Hazards, Lightning
  • E04 : EMC and EMI in Wired and Wireless Communications
  • E05 : Machine learning & signal processing to analyze & mitigate EMI
  • E06 : Time Reversal in Electromagnetics
  • E07 : Open Session
  • EFGH : Natural Electromagnetic Noise & Radio Sensing Applications in Terrestrial & Planetary Environment
  • EABK : Wave Chaos of Complex Systems
  • EC1 : EM Security of Cyber-physical systems and Wireless Technologies
  • EACFJ : Spectrum management and Utilization

                   A description of the sessions can be found here. 

 

Commission F: Wave Propagation and Remote Sensing

  • F01 : Remote Sensing of Earth and Planetary Atmospheres
  • F02 : Microwave Remote Sensing of vegetation/terrestrial snow
  • F03 : Microwave Sensing of Soil Moisture
  • F04 : Microwave and millimeter-wave propagation modeling and
  • F05 : Radiowave Propag. & Channel Modell. for Wireless communic. in Built-Up Areas
  • F06 : New remote sensing science and applications enabled by small satellites  Remote Sensing from Nanosatellites and small satellites
  • F07 : Remote sensing in Complex and Random Media
  • F08 : Remote Sensing of Clouds and Precipitation
  • F09 : Remote Sensing of Sea Surface Salinity
  • F10 : Deep Learning in Radar Image Understanding and Information
  • F11 : RFI Issues in Microwave Remote Sensing 
  • F12 : AI for Weather Radars
  • F13 : Subsurface GPR/Through wall sensing 
  • F14 : Signals of Opportunity for land remote sensing
  • F15 : Open session

 

Commission G: Ionospheric Radio and Propagation

  • G01: GNSS Radio Occultation: Measurements, data assimilation and models
  • G02 : Novel radio instruments and techniques for Space Weather model validation and testing
  • G03 :  Ionospheric Space Weather and Impacts on Technological Systems: effects on navigation and communication
  • G04: Recent advances on ionospheric perturbation indices and scales
  • G05 : Machine Learning methods for ionospheric modelling: state of the art and future actions
  • G06 : Advances in Incoherent Scatter Radars and Global Open Science Cloud services
  • G07 : (Ionospheric) Space Weather operational services
  • G08 : Modern ionosonde research and weather operations
  • G09 : Limits of predictability of ionosphere behavior
  • G10 : Open Session
  • GBC1 : HF Radars for Science and Surveillance

                   A description of the sessions can be found here

 

Commission H: Waves in Plasmas

  • H01 : Celebrating the legacy of Richard Thorne: plasma waves, wave-particle Interactions, and their multifold effects on planetary radiation belts dynamics
  • H02 : Recent advances in geospace research from multi-point observations
  • H03 : Radio Diagnostics of Space Weather Plasma Processes
  • H04 : Machine learning techniques and their application to plasma waves
  • H05 : Commission H open session
  • HGE : Meet the HGE Experts (ONLY  FOR INVITED AUTHORS !)
  • HE(G) : Atmospheric, Ionospheric, Magnetospheric & High Energy Effects of Lightning Discharges
  • HJ : Computer simulations in space plasmas

                        A description of the sessions can be found here

 

Commission J: Radio Astronomy

  • J01 : New Telescopes
  • J02 : VLBI
  • J03 : Time-domain astronomy - observations and instrumentation
  • J04 : Cosmological HI - observations and instrumentation
  • J05 : Wide-field radio astronomy
  • J06 : Space-based radio astronomy
  • J07 : Calibration and instrumentation
  • J08 : CEM method for radio astronomy
  • J09 : Receiving systems and their components
  • J10 : Big Data and AI in radio interferometry
  • J11: Latest new and observatory reports (open session)
  • JE : EMC issues in integration of digital and analog electronics
  • JG : Mutual Benefit between radio astronomy and ionospheric science
  • JH : Solar, heliospheric and planetary physics

                     A description of the sessions can be found here.

 

Commission K: Electromagnetics in Biology and Medicine

  • K01 : Biological Effects and Related Mechanisms of EMF Exposure
  • K02 : Molecular targets in bioelectromagnetics  EMF
  • K03 : Dosimetry and exposure assessment: extremely low and intermediate frequencies
  • K04 : Recent progress and new frontiers in RF dosimetry and exposure assessment
  • K05 : Monitoring EMF exposure
  • K06 : Electromagnetic biomedical Imaging 
  • K07 : Monitoring and manipulating cells and tissues with EM fields
  • K08 : Dielectric spectroscopy and the dielectric properties of biological matter, from molecules to tissues
  • K09 : Developments on experimental and numerical phantoms for electromagnetic biomedical applications
  • K10 : Therapeutic Applications of EMF 
  • K11 : Healthcare and Rehabilitative Applications of EMF
  • K12: Any Other Aspect of Electromagnetics in Biology and Medicine

                           A description of the sessions can be found here.

Submission of Papers

The deadline for submission of papers is January 15th, 2022 at (23:59 CET) (extended deadline). Authors must submit their papers via the online Paper Submission Site.

The Technical Programme Committee encourages submission of original, unpublished, clear, accurate, and relevant papers in any of the topical areas.

All submitted papers will be reviewed by the Technical Programme Committee and selected for either oral presentation or poster presentation.

Before you access the Paper Submission Site please prepare your paper according to the requirements below. If you are entering the Young Scientist Competition (YSC) or the Student Paper Competition (SPC) be sure to read those instructions as well. You will need additional information.

Abstracts and Papers

There are three different paper standards for URSI meetings being

You can access templates for these standards through the preceding links. The templates describe the page limits and other requirements.

  • Contributed Papers: All Commissions will accept either an Extended Abstract or a Summary Paper.
  • Young Scientist Awards (YSA): YSA applicants must submit a Summary Paper.
  • Student Paper Competition: Entrants must submit a Full Paper (between 4 and 10 pages), which is used for only for judging (it will not appear in the proceedings), and must also submit either an Extended Abstract or a Summary Paper on the same topic, which will appear in the proceedings.

Authors must use the IEEE PDF eXpress service to generate IEEE Xplore-compatible PDF files. This will be available between October 20, 2021 and February 15th, 2022. Details on how to use PDF eXpress are provided here.

 

Notes:

  • Extended Papers and Summary Papers will be included in the symposium proceedings
  • Extended Abstracts will not be submitted to IEEE Xplore.
  • Summary Papers will be submitted to IEEE Xplore unless the author opts out.
  • Student Paper Competition, Full Papers will not be published to ensure that there are no subsequent prior-publication issues for those students who later wish to submit their work to a journal. This means that the ten-page Full Paper will not be included in the symposium proceedings. Consequently, entrants must also submit a Summary Paper or Extended Abstract on the same subject to the appropriate session. The Summary Paper or Extended Abstract will be included in the symposium proceedings.

 

Radio Science and Radio Science Bulletin Special Issues

Radio Science and Radio Science Letters will publish a Special Issue associated with AT-RASC 2022 and the Radio Science Bulletin (Editor, W Ross Stone) will accept appropriate papers from the symposium.

 

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