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Symposium on high-power electromagnetics attracts international experts, GlobalEM 2024 comes to Austin, Texas

Press releases may be edited for formatting or style | February 08, 2024 Parts And Service
CEDAR PARK, Texas, February 8, 2024 – The SUMMA Foundation and ETS-Lindgren will partner as co-hosts of the in-person GlobalEM 2024 Symposium to be held July 14 to 19, 2024, in downtown Austin, Texas, at the AT&T Conference Center. ETS-Lindgren will organize the bi-annual Symposium that is maintained by the SUMMA Foundation, a shepherd of the GlobalEM Symposium series. The Symposium is well known for attracting an international delegation of industry experts, including Professor Farhad Rachidi, IEEE Fellow, EMP Fellow, and Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) Head of EMC Group. Professor Rachidi enthused, “I look forward to attending the GlobalEM 2024 Symposium in Austin, Texas. Drs. Radasky and Mora always put together an outstanding technical program. In addition, the Symposium provides a unique opportunity to network with experts in high-power electromagnetics. I am always inspired by the discussions held during the GlobalEM Symposiums – it truly benefits my future research efforts.”

As Professor Rachidi noted, the highly respected Drs. Bill Radasky, Technical Program Committee (TPC) Chair, and Nicolas Mora (TPC Vice Chair), return to organize yet another outstanding technical program. This year, the technical program will follow past editions of the GlobalEM Symposium in featuring a keynote presentation and several plenary presentations of general interest to Symposium attendees. Regular submitted papers in the 17 topical areas of High-Power Electromagnetics (HPEM) will return as an integral part of this year’s technical program. Those interested in contributing to the technical program can view the many topical areas related to HEMP and paper submission details here. Note the submittal deadline for one-page extended abstract papers is Friday, March 8.

ETS-Lindgren’s Subject Matter Expert and Global Marketing Director Joel Kellogg supports the organization of the Symposium. “We look forward to receiving many high-quality papers by the March 8 deadline. We’ve talked with our contacts in the utility industry and appreciate that they are interested in contributing to the technical program. At ETS-Lindgren, we are finding increased interest in protecting critical infrastructure from HPEM, High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP), and Intentional Electromagnetic Interference (IEMI) events; certainly, utilities are eager to learn more about effective solutions for HPEM, HEMP, and IEMI protection,” observed Mr. Kellogg. “Utilities and those involved in protection of critical infrastructure will discover the latest product and service offerings during the GlobalEM 2024 exhibition and technical sessions,” he added.

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