Submit Papers

Please submit your papers as well as proposals for tutorials, special sessions, and panel sessions by January 15, 2007. See the Call for Papers here.


ARP 2007 will take place from May 30 June 1, 2007.


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Antennas, Radar, and Wave Propagation (ARP 2007)

ARP 2007 will be a major forum for international researchers and professionals to present their latest research, results, and ideas in all areas of antennas, radar, and wave propagation. ARP 2007 aims to strengthen relations between industry, research laboratories, and universities.

ARP 2007 is sponsored by the International Association of Science and Technology for Development (IASTED).

Conference Chair

Prof. Jianping Yao is Professor and Director of the Microwave Photonics Research Laboratory at the University of Ottawa, Canada. Prof. Yao's research interests include photonic processing of microwave signals, radio over fiber, UWB over fiber, and optically controlled phased array antenna.

Special Sessions

"Radio over Fiber Technologies and Applications" is organized by Stefano Selleri, Associate Professor at the Information Engineering Department of the University of Parma, Italy, where he teaches guided propagation, microwaves, electromagnetic fields, and photonic components courses for the curricula in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering.

"Advances in the Transmission Line Modelling Method" is organized by Dr. Ana Vukovic and Prof. Phillip Sewell.

Ana Vucovic is a professor at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Nottingham, U.K. She has developed fast and flexible models for complex devices that utilise nonlinear and dispersive materials, ranging from microwaves, photonics, and nanophotonics devices.

Phillip Sewell is a professor at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, U.K. His research interests involve analytical and numerical modelling of electromagnetic problems, with application to optoelectronics, microwaves, and electrical machines.

See the ARP 2007 International Program Committee here.


Topics covered by ARP 2007 include, but are not limited to:
  • Antennas and Antenna Arrays
    • Micro Strip Antennas
    • MEMS Components
  • Radar
    • SAR / ISAR
    • Multiple Hypothesis Tracking
  • Wave Propagation
    • Satellite Propagation
    • Scattering, Diffraction, and Diversity
  • Materials and Structures
    • Microwave Materials
    • Band-Gap Structures
  • Microwave Metrology
    • Voltage and Current
    • Scattering Parameters
  • Computational Electromagnetics
    • Channel Modelling
    • Method of Moments
and many more...

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