The 2020 IEEE International Symposium on EMC+SIPI is the leading of EMC and Signal & Power Integrity techniques to engineers of all backgrounds. The 2020 event will be offering virtual opportunities for all participants.
The Clayton R. Paul Global University will take place from July 28 – July 30 with 10 interactive lectures.
A program of more than 25 tutorials and workshops covering EMC, Signal Integrity, and Power Integrity will run in the mornings (U.S. Central time) on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from August 4 – 20, with the opportunity to ask questions to the speakers.
A program of nearly 200 peer reviewed technical papers will be presented in the afternoons (U.S. Central time) on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from August 4 – 20, with the opportunity to ask questions to the speakers.
Those presentations will also be available overnight (USA Central time) to enable better access for colleagues for whom presentations delivered in U.S. Central time are difficult to attend.
Our technical meetings (including our 14 Technical and Special Committees and an extensive program of Standards Working and Continuity Groups) will take place on the Mondays and Fridays of August 3 – 21 as well as in the fourth week of the month, August 24 – 28.
Recordings will be available on demand following the end of the conference for several weeks.
The extended schedule helps our virtual attendees to manage their work, home, and symposium schedules and also gives attendees the opportunity to attend more sessions and technical meetings than would be possible at an in-person conference.
The technical exhibition is an integral ingredient in our symposium and exhibitors will have the opportunity to interact with our attendees.
To reflect the challenges presented, registration fees to access the virtual technical program will be heavily discounted. Free “guest” passes will be available for those interested in attending the technical meetings and to accessing the material provided by our sponsors.