Deadlines

Submission of 2-page short papers
31 December 2012
15 January 2013
20 January 2013

Notification of acceptance
15 March 2013
31 March 2013

Final date for early bird paper registration
1 May 2013
15 May 2013

Preliminary program available
15 May 2013

Cancellation:
Full refund

before May 31, 2013
No refund will be made
after June 1, 2013

Final date for paper registration
1 June 2013

Final program available
15 June 2013

Submission of 4-page full papers for IEEE TMAG publication
24 June 2013, 12pm (CEST)
29 June 2013, 12pm (CEST)

 

 

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Invitation

It is our great pleasure to announce the Nineteenth COMPUMAG Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields held between 30 June - 4 July, 2013 in Budapest, Hungary. Since it was organised in the first time in 1976 in Oxford, COMPUMAG has always been one of the most important gathering of researchers in the field of computational electromagnetics. The conference is aiming to provide a worldwide forum for engineers and physicists engaged in the theory and application of the numerical computation of electromagnetic fields. Thanks to the enthusiasm and efforts of those researchers, the computational electromagnetics is playing a more and more important role in the design optimisation of novel electromagnetic devices and systems.

On behalf of the organising committee and the editorial board, we cordially invite you to come to Budapest in 2013 to attend the COMPUMAG 2013 conference.

Aims

The aim of the Conference is to discuss recent developments and practical applications in the numerical computation of electromagnetic fields for engineers and physicists engaged in the design and analysis of electromagnetic devices. Reflecting the new trends and rapid progress in the field, authors worldwide are invited to submit original and previously unpublished contributions. The Conference will feature oral and poster presentations. Companies and research organisations will have technical and commercial exhibitions. The Testing Electromagnetic Analysis Methods (TEAM) Workshop is incorporated into the Conference by inviting contributions on benchmarking and code validation.

Contributions presenting previously unpublished, new results on the targeted topics are invited. The submissions must deal with the numerical solution of electromagnetic field problems. The focus of the work must be on the novelty of the numerical approach, the underlying application can only serve to illustrate the new computational technique. This must be especially considered when submitting in the categories "Optimization and Design", "Electrical Machines and Drives" as well as "Devices and Applications".

Topics

1. Static and Quasi-Static Fields
2. Wave Propagation
3. Electromagnetic Compatibility
4. Nano-Electromagnetic Computation and Applications
5. Bio-Electromagnetic Computation and Applications
6. Non-destructive Electromagnetic Inspection and Applications
7. Photonics and Optoelectronics
8. Material Modelling
9. Coupled Multi-physics Problems
10. Optimisation and Design
11. Numerical Techniques
12. Software Methodology
13. Electric Machines and Drives
14. Devices and Applications
15. Education
16. Benchmarking (TEAM)