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EMC Chapter Technical Seminar on EMC and Electromagnetics.

The IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society, UK and Ireland Chapter  invites you to attend the forthcoming technical seminar on EMC and electromagnetics.

Agenda

13:30  Welcome – Brian Jones EMC Chapter Chair

13.35  The BBC’s view of EMC – some hot topics – Martin Wright, EMC Consultant to the BBC

14:05  Automotive EMC Type Approval – Stuart Aust, Senior Compliance Engineer, HORIBA MIRA Ltd.

14:35  Break -Tea and Coffee courtesy of the University of Nottingham

15:00  Science of Electronics in Extreme EM Environments: AFRL/AFOSR Center Activities – Professor Thomas M Antonsen Jr., University of Maryland (USA)

15:45  Open source cable models – Steve Greedy, University of Nottingham

16:05  What does Brexit mean for EMC requirements in the UK? – Brian Jones, Independent EMC Consultant

16:15  Optional tour of University of Nottingham EMC facility

17:00  Close of meeting
The meeting is open to all and free of charge, but please note the requirement to register in advance (see below).  The technical meeting will be followed by an opportunity to tour the university’s EMC facility.

Papers abstracts

The BBC’s view of EMC – some hot topics

Martin will present the BBC’s and the European Broadcasting Union’s views of some current EMC hot topics.

Automotive EMC Type Approval

Overview of EMC Type Approval for vehicles and electronic sub-assemblies (ESAs) outlining the role of Technical Services and the steps toward gaining a UNECE Type Approval certificate.

Science of Electronics in Extreme EM Environments: AFRL/AFOSR Center Activities

Researchers and students at the University of Maryland are engaged in a number of basic studies relevant to the interactions between microwave radiation and electronic equipment as part of the collaborative Center of Excellence sponsored by AFOSR and AFRL. This talk will review these briefly. Broad areas include: basic mathematical characterization of field distributions in systems, measurement of EM coupling in different topologies, and effect of microwave radiation on future semiconductor and optoelectronics devices. Within these broad areas the following specific studies may be highlighted: a) distribution of electromagnetic wave energy on networks, b) statistics of fields in systems with both regular and chaotic ray trajectories, c) using computational electromagnetics codes to determine Random Coupling Model parameters, d) extracting model parameters from complex systems, e) experiments on field distributions in scaled geometries, f) application of density functional theory to determine the effect of radiation and defects on characteristics of a new class of FETs, and g) effects in high-performance photonic interconnects based on novel 2D materials.

Open source cable models

Further details to be provided in an updated agenda.

What does Brexit mean for EMC requirements in the UK?

The situation in respect of Regulations and Standards is different. Although nothing is yet fixed, Brian will explore what we know so far, and possible options for the future.

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The event is an open meeting, with all welcome. There is no charge for attendance. If you plan to attend you need to register by informing Brian Jones.

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Registration

You will need to provide:

  • Name
  • Company (if applicable)
  • How you heard about the meeting

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