Every accepted paper MUST submit a 15-minute recording of the presentation by 8 November 2021. Instructions are in the Presentation Instructions page.
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All paper and abstract submissions must be received in PDF format via
this web site on or before
15 January 2021 15 May 2021. This is a
firm deadline. Papers will not be accepted after this date. Only electronic
submissions in PDF format will be accepted. Please consult this web page
for the latest instructions, templates, and format examples. Please do not
include page numbers on submitted documents. All papers must be written in
clear, idiomatic English. Please note that a paper may be excluded from
distribution after the conference (e.g., removal from the proceedings
submitted to IEEE Xplore) if the paper is not presented at the conference.
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Please note: one normal registration covers a maximum of TWO papers, and one student registration covers ONE paper.
For an accepted paper to be listed in the technical program, one of
the authors of the paper must be registered by
22 August 29 August 2021. In the
event that this is not possible due to funding or visa issues, another
registered attendee must be identified to serve as presenter prior to
22 August 29 August 2021.
The language of the symposium is English. The text should be formatted single-spaced and sized for 215.9 x 279.4 mm (8.5 x 11 inch) paper. The title should be horizontally centered 19 mm (0.75 inch) from the top of the first page. The author's (or authors') name and complete organizational affiliation should be two lines below the title. If there are multiple authors, the presenter is to be specified with an asterisk superscript at the end of the name. The text should start three lines below the last name. Paragraphs are to be separated with one blank line, and a minimum font size of 10 points is recommended to maintain readability. Submissions must withstand a linear reduction to 70% of original size and maintain readability. Please do not include page numbers on submitted documents. Only designated contact-authors will receive an (automated) acknowledgement of the submission.
A signed (electronically) IEEE copyright form or URSI Publication Agreement must accompany all submissions. Papers submitted without copyright forms will be rejected. Instructions for electronically signing and submitting copyright forms can be found under "Steps for Submission" below.
Please note that the symposium reserves the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the conference (e.g., removal from the proceedings submitted to IEEE Xplore) if the paper is not presented at the conference.
Left and right margins should be 15.7 mm (0.6 inches). A 25.4 mm (1 inch) margin should be present at the top and bottom of all pages. The allowed margins, and associated tolerances, for all pages are: 15.7 +/-2.5 mm (0.6 +/-0.1 in) for the left and right margins; 25.4 +/-2.5 mm (1.0 +/-0.1 in) for the top margin; and 25.4 mm (1.0 in) minimum for the bottom margin.
By default, 2-page papers will be submitted to IEEE Xplore, but submitting authors have the option to ask that 2-page, 2-column papers not be submitted to IEEE Xplore. URSI authors should choose between these two options. Submitting both formats is not allowed.
Left and right margins should be 25.4 mm (1 inch). A 25.4 mm (1 inch) margin should be present at the top and bottom of all pages.
Eligible entries in the Student Paper Competition must have only one student author, and that student must be the first author. The student's primary advisor must certify that the student meets the conditions for authorship and that all coauthors’ contributions to the paper are primarily advisory or editorial. All Student Paper Competition entries will be evaluated using a double-blind review process, which requires the upload of two versions of the paper – one regular and one double blind paper. Detailed instructions and guidelines are available on the conference Web site. Failure to follow all instructions will result in the removal of the paper from the competition and its placement in the regular submission paper pool. Compliant papers accepted for the student paper competition are included in the regular Symposium program, with the finalists required to participate in an additional competition poster session. Questions should be directed to the AP-S Student Paper Competition Committee at email@example.com.
To foster active involvement of students and to ensure a future membership of highly qualified researchers in the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society, the Society sponsors a Student Paper Competition at its annual Symposium. The complete Rules and Guidelines are available here. Questions about the competition should be e-mailed to the 2021 AP-S Student Paper Competition Coordinators (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Papers for the special sessions must comply with all submission requirements and instructions for authors, including the submission deadline. A list of the special sessions is available in the submission Web site.
Please note that there are three types of special sessions, AP-S only, URSI only, and joint AP-S/URSI, and this establishes the submission format to be used. An AP-S only session requires papers in the AP-S format, and an URSI only session requires papers in the URSI format. Either the AP-S or URSI format can be used for the joint AP-S/URSI special sessions. Questions on special sessions should be directed to the special session chair at email@example.com. Organizers of the special sessions will be provided additional instructions.
|5G and 6G Antenna Systems for Mobile Devices: Present Challenges and Future Opportunities|
|Antennas for Wireless Energy Harvesting and Power Transfer Applications|
|Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning: A New Era in Imaging and Inverse Scattering|
|Beam-Steerable Antenna Systems for Mobile Satellite Communications|
|Challenges, Solutions, and Future Trends in 4D Antenna Array Design|
|Computational Modelling of Test Ranges for Emerging Antenna Technologies|
|Future Technologies or Biomedical Applications|
|High Sensitivity Phased Array Receivers for Location Services, 5G, Radio Astronomy, and Satellite Communications|
|Innovative Trends in Antenna Tolerance Analysis and Robust Design|
|International Standards Development and Applications|
|Material Intelligence for Next Generation Wireless Systems|
|Novel Methods and Algorithms for Microwave Biomedical Applications|
|Quantum Technology Related to Electromagnetics|
|Recent Advances in Automotive Radar: From Antennas to Applications|
|Recent Advances in Generalized Sheet Transition Conditions (GSTCs): Theory, Capabilities, Realizations, and Applications|
|Reconfigurable Antennas for Compact Devices|
|Towards a Unified View of Computational Electromagnetics (With a Retrospective at the Occasion of Prof. Hoefer's 80th Birthday)|
|Transforming Electromagnetics Education after Covid|
|Ultra-Wideband Antenna Systems Enabling both Cybersecurity and Spectral Efficiency in the 5G/6G Landscape|
|Unconventional Design Approaches for Low Cost Antennas|
After uploading your paper, you will be directed to the IEEE Electronic Copyright system, which will walk you through electronically signing the appropriate IEEE copyright form.