Important Dates and Notices
Paper Submission Deadline: January 15, 2017
Notification of Acceptance: February 15, 2017
Final Paper Submission: April 5, 2017
Conference Date: May 17-19, 20167
Founded by the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S), NEMO is a new annual focal event on electromagnetic- and multiphysics-based computer-aided design (EM-CAD), rotating between Europe, North America and Asia. NEMO 2017 aims to stimulate discussion and exploration of “disruptive” technologies of EM-CAD in addition to traditional topics. The conference features an exciting technical program, an industry exhibition and invited talks by internationally recognized experts in electromagnetic and multiphysics modeling and optimization.
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Call for Papers
NEMO 2017 brings together experts and practitioners of electromagnetic- and multiphysics-based modeling, simulation and optimization for RF, microwave and terahertz applications. This conference is an ideal forum to share new ideas on techniques for electromagnetic and multiphysics modeling, propose efficient design algorithms and tools, and anticipate modeling/analysis needs of future technologies and applications. Papers using numerical or multi-physics computational methods in unique ways for microwave component or system analysis are encouraged.