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IEEE EMC Chapter Technical Meeting – EMC Research at Universities in the UK, and the Needs of Industry.

An opportunity to hear from universities about their latest research work in electromagnetic compatibility related matters, to question and comment on that work, and to hear of common problems that Industry faces in meeting the essential requirements of the EMC Directive. A free interactive day for all managers, engineers and academics involved in any aspect of EMC.

The topics  include:

  • A new look at shielding to 20GHz and beyond (Martin Robinson, University of York)
  • Measurement and analysis of shielding materials (John Dawson, University of York)
  • Predicting emissions: Equivalent dipole models of electromagnetic emissions from near-field scanning (David Thomas, University of Nottingham)
  • EMC issues in the 2-150 kHz range (David Thomas, University of Nottingham)
  • Measuring the effects of external noise on Ethernet cables for new generations of standards and emerging Internet of Things applications (Alistair Duffy, De Montfort University)
  • Developments in data comparison tools for validation and verification applications (Alistair Duffy, De Montfort University)
  • The (Technical) Challenges of Complying with the EMC Directive – The View from Industry (Nick Wainwright, York EMC Services)

This is a free event but you must register with, organiser, John Dawson beforehand.  Please provide: Name, Company (if applicable), email, whether or not an IEEE member and where you heard about the event.


The meeting room is in Derwent College, L Block, Ground Floor. Enter through black doors at the rear of the building behind the Courtyard Bar.

See maps here and here.  Parking on campus is Pay and Display and limited by building work, so public transport is advised. Buses 44 and 66 run from/to York Railway Station

Lunch is not provided but a wide variety of meals, Paninis and sandwiches are available for purchase.


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