As General Chairs of the 2013 International Microwave and RF Conference (IMaRC2013), it is our honor to invite you to New Delhi. The International Microwave and RF Conference will focus on all aspects of microwave theory and practice. It encompasses a comprehensive program of technical paper presentations, workshops, tutorials and exhibits for the international community.
Shiban Koul and Karl Varian
IMARC2013 General Co-Chairs
TCP Chairs’ Welcome
IMaRC 2013 to be held in Delhi, India and subsequent IMaRC conferences will be the premier microwave and RF theory conferences in India. Maintaining the high technical standards of the IEEE MTT-S is our primary goal while providing an exciting and technically challenging program for all of the attendees. We welcome and encourage you to submit papers to IMaRC on all topics related to microwave engineering. The first Call for Paper for IMaRC 2013 in Delhi India has been issued.
TPC Co-Chair George Ponchak
The IEEE MTT International Microwave and RF Conference (IMaRC) is the premier annual international meeting in India for technologists involved in all aspects of microwave theory and practice. It consists of a full program of events, including technical paper presentations, workshops, and tutorials, as well as a full set of social events. The symposium also hosts a commercial exhibition.
Exhibition and Sponsorship
The IMaRC 2013 Exhibition creates an unparalleled opportunity to promote your products and services face-to-face to attending delegates. The IMaRC 2013 Exhibition will run in parallel with the conference sessions. The Exhibition will provide optimal promotional opportunities to participating companies and organizations. All coffee breaks for delegates will be located close to the exhibition area. Sponsorhip Packages are also available and provide the opportunity for greater visibility and participation in this inaugural event. Please click on the links below for more information.
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