Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 02/Sep/2019
12:00pm
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6:00pm
Registration
Location: Registration desk
2:00pm
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3:20pm
W_Mo_C_Room1: Advanced Graphene-based Nanomaterials for Electromagnetic Shielding and Absorbing Applications: Towards 5G Technology (I)
Location: Room 1
Chair: Maria Sabrina Sarto
Chair: Alessio Tamburrano
W_Mo_C_Room2: Signal & Power Integrity, EMI/EMC for PCB Design with ANSYS tools (I)
Location: Room 2
Chair: Flavio Calvano
Chair: Samuel Lopez
T_Mo_C_Room3: Analysis of Interference and Design Considerations in Internet of Things Applications (I)
Location: Room 3
Chair: Francisco Falcone
T_Mo_C_Room4: Understanding EMC / Radio / Automotive Standards, Electromagnetic (EM)-Field-related Testing (I)
Location: Room 4
Chair: Diethard E.A. Hansen
 

Understanding EMC / Radio / Automotive Standards, Electromagnetic (EM)-Field-related Testing, update

Diethard Hansen

EURO EMC SERVICE (EES)

T_Mo_C_Room5: Near Field Probes: Useful tools for electronic engineers (I)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Arturo Mediano
CISPR/A and TC-77 (I): Meeting: Joint Working Group on Reverberation Chamber between CISPR/A and IEC TC77/SC-B
Location: Room 6
Chair: Mathias Magdowski
3:20pm
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4:00pm
Coffee Break
Location: Exhibition areas
4:00pm
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6:00pm
W_Mo_D_Room1: Advanced Graphene-based Nanomaterials for Electromagnetic Shielding and Absorbing Applications: Towards 5G Technology (II)
Location: Room 1
Chair: Maria Sabrina Sarto
Chair: Alessio Tamburrano
W_Mo_D_Room2: Signal & Power Integrity, EMI/EMC for PCB Design with ANSYS tools (II)
Location: Room 2
Chair: Flavio Calvano
Chair: Samuel Lopez
T_Mo_D_Room3: Analysis of Interference and Design Considerations in Internet of Things Applications (II)
Location: Room 3
Chair: Francisco Falcone
T_Mo_D_Room4: Understanding EMC / Radio / Automotive Standards, Electromagnetic (EM)-Field-related Testing (II)
Location: Room 4
Chair: Diethard E.A. Hansen
T_Mo_D_Room5: Near Field Probes: Useful tools for electronic engineers (II)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Arturo Mediano
CISPR/A and TC-77 (II): Meeting: Joint Working Group on Reverberation Chamber between CISPR/A and IEC TC77/SC-B
Location: Room 6
Chair: Mathias Magdowski
Date: Tuesday, 03/Sep/2019
8:00am
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5:00pm
Registration
Location: Registration desk
9:00am
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10:40am
Opening: Plenary Opening Session
Location: Auditori
Chair: Ferran Silva
Chair: Marc Pous
10:40am
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11:40am
Coffee Break
Location: Exhibition areas
10:40am
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5:00pm
Exhibition
Location: Exhibition areas
11:40am
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12:40pm
O_Tu_B_Room1: Reverberation Chambers (I)
Location: Room 1
Chair: Frank Leferink
 

Reverberation Chamber Enhanced Backscattering: High-Frequency Effects

Laurens Alexander Bronckers, Anne Roc'h, Adrianus Bernardus Smolders

Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands, The



The Effect of Peripheral Equipment Loading on Reverberation-Chamber Metrics

A. Hubrechsen1, L.A. Bronckers2, K.A. Remley1, R. Jones1, R.D. Horansky1, A.C.F. Reniers2, A. Roc'h2, A.B. Smolders2

1: NIST, United States of America; 2: Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands



Bayesian Analysis of Reverberation Chamber Measurement Data

Carlo Carobbi1, Ramiro Serra2

1: Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy; 2: Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

O_Tu_B_Room2: EM Simulation
Location: Room 2
Chair: Jan Carlsson
 

Comparison of BBSPICE to PEEC Equivalent Circuit Models for Simulation of Floating PCB Above Ground Plane

Herbert Hackl1, Martin Ibel1,3, Bernhard Auinger1, Christian Stockreiter2, Bernd Deutschmann3

1: Silicon Austria Labs, Graz, Austria; 2: ams AG, Premstätten, Austria; 3: Institute of Electronics, Graz University of Technology, Austria



Comparative study between EMTR technique and a GA-based method for modeling EM radiation source in the Near Field

Sassia HEDIA1,2, Bessem ZITOUNA1, Jaleleddine BEN HADJ SLAMA1, Lionel PICHON2

1: Université de Sousse, Ecole Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Sousse, LATIS- Laboratory of Advanced Technology and Intelligent Systems, 4023, Sousse, Tunisie; 2: Group of Electrical Engineering, Paris (GeePs), CNRS UMR 8507, Centrale Supélec, University of Paris-Sud, University of Paris-Saclay, France



Influence of Dielectric Permittivity on Radiated Immunity in Real and Emulated Far-Fields

Mohsen Koohestani, Richard Perdriau, Mohamed Ramdani

ESEO-IETR, RF-EMC Research Group, France

O_Tu_B_Room3: Conducted EMI
Location: Room 3
Chair: Mauro Feliziani
 

Wide-Frequency EMI Suppression of Stationary Clocked Systems by Injecting Successively Adapted Cancellation Signals

Andreas Bendicks1, Timo Osterburg1, Stephan Frei1, Marc Wiegand2, Norbert Hees2

1: TU Dortmund University, Dortmund, Germany; 2: Leopold Kostal GmbH & Co. KG, Lüdenscheid, Germany



Comprehensive Analysis of Converter Output Voltage for Conducted Noise Simulation

Danil Drozhzhin, Vefa Karakasli, Gerd Griepentrog

TU Darmstadt, Germany



Generation of Terminal Equivalent Circuits Applied to a DC Brush Motor

Philipp Hillenbrand, Hermann Aichele, Christoph Keller, Peter Kralicek

Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

O_Tu_B_Room4: Transient EMI
Location: Room 4
Chair: Diethard E.A. Hansen
 

Fast Lightning Stroke Localization in the Time Domain

Petr Kadlec, Martin Marek, Martin Štumpf

Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic



A Parametric Study of an Energy Storage Effect due to Nonlinear Components and HPEM-Excitation

Robert Michels1, Martin Willenbockel2, Frank Gronwald1

1: University of Siegen, Germany; 2: Bundeswehr Research Institute for Protective Technologies and NBC Protection, Germany



Analysis of the CAN communication error when applying ESD on the CAN communication harness

Younghun Lee1, Youngyu Kim1, Sunguk Choi2, Youngduk Park1, Junho Choi1

1: Hanonsystems, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2: KAIST, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

T_Tu_B_Room5: Protection of Civil Infrastructures against Intentional EMI (I)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Martin Schaarschmidt
Chair: Michael Suhrke
12:40pm
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2:00pm
Poster I: Poster Session (I)
Location: Poster area
Chair: Pierre Degauque
 

Time-domain just-before-test verification method to detect failures and ensure the measurement accuracy for conducted emissions and immunity tests

Marc Pous1, Marco Azpúrua1, Soydan Çakir2, Osman Şen2, Ferran Silva1

1: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain; 2: TUBITAK UME, Turkey



Impact of Tower Arrangement on the Mitigation of the Electric Field Intensity on the High-Voltage Conductors

Adnan Carsimamovic1, Adnan Mujezinovic2, Zijad Bajramovic2, Irfan Turkovic2, Nedis Dautbasic2, Milodrag Kosarac1

1: Independent System Operator in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina; 2: University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Electrical Engineering



Estimation of Electromagnetic Background Intensity Created by Wireless Systems in Terms of the Prediction of Area Traffic Capacity

Vladimir Mordachev

Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics, Belarus



Analysis of different Sleeve Ferrite Cores Performance according to their Dimensions

Adrian Suarez1, Jorge Victoria1,2, Pedro A. Martinez1, Antonio Alcarria2, Jose Torres1, Ismael Molina2

1: Department of Electronic Engineering, University of Valencia, Spain; 2: Würth Elektronik eiSos GmbH & Co. KG, Germany



Wavelet Based Detection of Signal Disturbances in Cab Signalling System

Volodymyr Havryliuk

Dnipropetrovsk National University of Railway Transport named after Academician V. Lazaryan, Dnipro, Ukraine



Difference Between the Method of Moments and the Finite Element Method for Estimation of Complex Permittivity in Liquids Using a Coaxial Probe

Kouji Shibata, Masaki Kobayashi

Hachinohe Institute of Technology, Japan



Fade analysis in DAB+ SFN network in Wroclaw

Ryszard J. Zielinski

Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland



Theoretical and experimental study on electromagnetic induction from power line against multi-point grounded conductors

Atsushi Nagao, Norihito Hirasawa, Hidenori Ito, Ryuichi Kobayashi

NTT EAST Corp, Japan



Analysis of Radiated EMI in single switch ZVS applied to induction cooking

Juan Mon González1, Manuel Lamich Arocas1, Carlos Bernal Ruiz2

1: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain; 2: Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain



Why Frequency Domain Tests Like IEC-61000-4-19 Are Not Valid; a Call For Time Domain Testing

Bas ten Have1, Tom Hartman1, Niek Moonen1, Frank Leferink1,2

1: University of Twente, Netherlands, The; 2: THALES Nederland B.V., Netherlands, The



An integrated solution for electromagnetic perturbation computing of railway track with real traffic conditions and applications

Noël HADDAD, Tarik HAMMI, Michel CUCCHIARO

SNCF, France



Global Optimization Techniques for Optimal Placement of HF Antennas on a Shipboard

Mustafa Ural1, Can Bayseferogullari2

1: ASELSAN Inc. Turkey, Turkey; 2: ASELSAN Inc. Turkey, Turkey



Autonomous electromagnetic mapping system in augmented reality

RIOULT Jean1, DEGRANDE Samuel2, BREMARD Nicolas2, COPIN Gregoire3, DENIAU Virginie1

1: IFSTTAR, France; 2: IRCICA/CRIStAL; 3: LUXONDES



An Effective Approach to Mitigate IC Radiated Susceptibility in EM Far-Field Region

Mohsen Koohestani, Richard Perdriau, Mohamed Ramdani

ESEO-IETR, RF-EMC Research Group, France

2:00pm
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3:20pm
O_Tu_C_Room1: Reverberation Chambers (II)
Location: Room 1
Chair: Philippe Besnier
 

The Semi Reverberating Chamber (SRC) Used for Emulating Typical Real-Life Environments

Antonio Sorrentino, Sergio Cappa, Maurizio Migliaccio, Ferdinando Nunziata

Università degli Studi di Napoli Parthenope, Italy



Application of the Power Balance Method in a System of Nested and Oversized Cavities

ALBERTO Guillaume, ANDRIEU Guillaume, REINEIX Alain

XLIM, France



Measurements and Power Balance Calculations of the Shielding Effectiveness of Partitioned Equipment Enclosures

Andy Marvin, Sarah Parker, John Dawson, Martin Robinson

University of York, United Kingdom



Geometry and loading effects on performances of mode-stirred reverberation chambers: an experimental study

Ludivine Le Bars1, Jean-François Rosnarho1, Philippe Besnier2, Jérôme Sol2, François Sarrazin3, Elodie Richalot3

1: SIEPEL : Société Industrielle d’Etudes et Protections Electroniques, Impasse de la Manille, F-56470 La Trinité-sur-Mer, France; 2: INSA Rennes, CNRS, IETR – UMR 6164, F-35000 Rennes, France; 3: Université Paris-Est, ESYCOM (FRE2028), CNAM, CNRS, ESIEE-Paris, Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, F-77454 Marne-la-Vallée, France

O_Tu_C_Room2: EM Field Probes (I)
Location: Room 2
Chair: Heyno Garbe
 

Evaluation of Detection Response of an Electric Field Probe to AM Signals Using Equivalent Circuit Model

Ifong Wu, Yasushi Matsumoto, Kaoru Gotoh, Kanako Wake, Soichi Watanabe

National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Japan



Advanced Modeling of an isotropic Three-Axis magnetic field probe using coils and a near field source approach

Marcel Messer, Michael Kühn

AUDI AG, Germany



Validation of a three-axis magnetic field probe model for homogeneous and inhomogeneous fields

Marcel Messer, Michael Kühn

AUDI AG, Germany



Proximity Errors in Quasistatic Magnetic Field Measurements on Line Sources Using Coil Probes

Alastair R. Ruddle

HORIBA MIRA Limited, United Kingdom

O_Tu_C_Room3: Smart-grid & Power Quality (I)
Location: Room 3
Chair: Flavia Grassi
 

On-site Waveform Characterization at Static Meters Loaded with Electrical Vehicle Chargers

Tom Hartman1, Marc Pous2, Marco Azpúrua2, Ferran Silva2, Frank Leferink1,3

1: University of Twente, Enschede, the Netherlands; 2: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain; 3: THALES Nederlands B.V., Hengelo, the Netherlands



Low Frequency Conducted Emissions Caused by Series Arc Faults

Christopher James Rose1, David W P Thomas1, Christopher Smartt1, Peipei Meng2

1: University of Nottingham, United Kingdom; 2: Wuhan University of Technology, China



Sensitivity of static energy meter reading errors to changes in non-sinusoidal load conditions

Zander Marais1,2, Helko van den Brom1, Gert Rietveld1, Ronald van Leeuwen1, Dennis Hoogenboom1, Johan Rens2

1: Van Swinden Laboratory, Delft, The Netherlands; 2: North West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa



Inclination of Fast Changing Currents Effect the Readings of Static Energy Meters

Bas ten Have1, Tom Hartman1, Niek Moonen1, Frank Leferink1,2

1: University of Twente, Netherlands, The; 2: THALES Nederland B.V., Netherlands, The

S_Tu_C_Room4: EMC Diagnostics of Complex Systems (I)
Location: Room 4
Chair: Vladimir Mordachev
Chair: Eugene Sinkevich
 

EMC Diagnostics of Complex Ship Radioelectronic Systems by the Use of Analytical and Numerical Worst-Case Models for Spurious EM Couplings

Vladimir Mordachev1, Eugene Sinkevich1, Dzmitry Tsyanenka1, Yauheni Arlou1, Aliaksandr Svistunou1, Alexey Galenko1, Andrey Polkanov1, Andrey Krachko1, Yingsong Li2, Tao Jiang2, Wei Xue2

1: EMC R&D Laboratory, Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics, Minsk, Belarus; 2: Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China



Experimental test results of EMC between 5G and Radio relay links in millimeter band

VALERY TIKHVINSKIY1,3, VIKTOR KOVAL2, PAVEL KORCHAGIN2, ALTAY AITMAGAMBETOV4

1: NIITC LLC, Russian Federation; 2: GEYSER-TELECOM Ltd.; 3: MOSCOW TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATICS; 4: IITU



Automated Selection of Solutions for Protection of On-board System from External Electromagnetic Disturbances

Ivan Shakinka, Dzmitry Tsyanenka, Yauheni Arlou, Eugene Sinkevich, Vladimir Mordachev

Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics



Setups for measuring the beat of two 1 THz waves

Marcin Wojciechowski

Główny Urząd Miar (Central Office of Measures), Poland

T_Tu_C_Room5: Protection of Civil Infrastructures against Intentional EMI (II)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Martin Schaarschmidt
Chair: Michael Suhrke
3:20pm
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4:00pm
Coffee Break
Location: Exhibition areas
4:00pm
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5:00pm
O_Tu_D_Room1: Reverberation Chambers (III)
Location: Room 1
Chair: Ramiro Serra
 

Improvement of Performances of a Reverberation Chamber with Fixed Metallic Spheres Using the ``Well-Stirred" Condition Method

Guillaume Andrieu1, Nicolas Ticaud2

1: XLIM Laboratory, University of Limoges, France; 2: CISTEME company, Limoges, France



Statistical Analysis of the Induced Voltage on a DUT in a Reverberation Chamber where Mechanical and Source Stirring Actions are Implemented

Alfredo De Leo, Graziano Cerri, Paola Russo, Valter Mariani Primiani

Universita Politecnica Marche, Italy



Numerical Simulation of a Direct Current Mode Stirred Reverberation Chamber

Markus Rothenhaeusler1, Alexander Schoisl1, Martin Schwarz2

1: Airbus Defence and Space GmbH, Germany; 2: Wehrtechnische Dienststelle für Informationstechnologie und Elektronik, WTD81

O_Tu_D_Room2: EM Field Probes (II)
Location: Room 2
Chair: Jan Luiken ter Haseborg
 

AC magnetic field imaging by using atomic magnetometer and micro-mirror device

Shuji Taue1, Nao Arita1, Yoshitaka Toyota2

1: Kochi University of Technology, Japan; 2: Okayama University, Japan



Thermo-fluorescent images of electric and magnetic near-fields of a High Impedance Surface

Hugo Ragazzo1, Daniel Prost1, François Issac1, Stephane Faure2, Julian Carrey2, Jean-François Bobo3

1: Université de Toulouse; 2: INSA; 3: CEMES

O_Tu_D_Room3: Smart-grid & Power Quality (II)
Location: Room 3
Chair: Frank Sabath
 

Investigating Lightning Induced Currents in Photovoltaic Modules

Kurt Michael Coetzer, Pieter Gideon Wiid, Arnold Johan Rix

Stellenbosch University, South Africa



Characteristics of Radiated Emission by PLC Signal from Three-wire Power Cable

Nobuo Kuwabara1, Tohlu Matsushima1, Yuki Fukumoto1, Hiroyuki Okumura2

1: Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan; 2: Panasonic Corporation, Japan



Detection Methods for Current Signals Causing Errors in Static Electricity Meters

Fani Barakou1, Paul Wright1, Helko van den Brom2, Gertjan Kok2, Gert Rietveld2

1: National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom; 2: VSL, The Netherlands

S_Tu_D_Room4: EMC Diagnostics of Complex Systems (II)
Location: Room 4
Chair: Vladimir Mordachev
Chair: Eugene Sinkevich
 

Experimental Validation of Applicability of Low-Level Test Methods to Assess the Effectiveness of Shielding from High-Power Electromagnetic Fields

Vladimir Mordachev1, Eugene Sinkevich1, Dzmitry Tsyanenka1, Oleg Mikheev2, Konstantin Sakharov2, Alexander Sukhov2, Vladimir Turkin2, Wen-Qing Guo3, Xie Ma3, Hao-Yue Zheng3

1: Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics, Belarus; 2: All-Russian Scientific Research Institute for Optical and Physical Measurements (VNIIOFI); 3: China Electronics Technology Cyber Security Co., Ltd.



Worst-case model of bonding strap effectiveness for equipment case irradiated by an electromagnetic field

Yauheni Arlou, Tsyanenka Dzmitry

Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics, Belarus



The effect of low-grade repeaters on DCS1800 base station receivers in the frequency band 1710–1785 MHz

Vadym Blagodarnyi, Volodymyr Korsun

State Enterprise Ukrainian State Centre of Radio Frequencies, Ukraine

T_Tu_D_Room5: Protection of Civil Infrastructures against Intentional EMI (III)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Martin Schaarschmidt
Chair: Michael Suhrke
Date: Wednesday, 04/Sep/2019
8:00am
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5:00pm
Registration
Location: Registration desk
9:00am
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10:40am
O_We_A_Room1: Aeronautics
Location: Room 1
Chair: Salvador Gonzalez Garcia
 

3D Visualization of Numerically Calculated Bearing Error Texture in Disturbed DVOR Scenarios

Sergei Sandmann, Heyno Garbe

Institute of Electrical Engineering and Measurement Technology, Germany



Fastener Lightning Current Assessment in Aircraft Fuel Tank

Paul Monferran1, Christophe Guiffaut1, Alain Reineix1, Fabian Fustin2, Fabrice Tristant2

1: XLIM laboratory, Limoges, France; 2: Dassault Aviation Company, Saint-Cloud, France



Characterization at High Frequencies of Planar Transformers for Aeronautical Converters

Carlos Dominguez-Palacios, Joaquin Bernal, Mariangeles Martín-Prats

University of Seville, Spain



Imaging electric and magnetic near field of radiating structures by infrared thermography

Daniel Prost1, François Issac1, Maxime Romier2

1: ONERA, France; 2: CNES, France



A Numerical Analysis of HIRF- and DCI-Equivalence by Characteristic Mode Theory

Jan Ückerseifer1, Martin Aidam2, Markus Rothenhäusler3, Frank Gronwald1

1: University of Siegen, Germany; 2: Daimler AG, Germany; 3: Airbus Defence and Space, Germany

O_We_A_Room2: Power Electronics (I)
Location: Room 2
Chair: Anne Roc'h
 

Influence of gate drive circuit for power device on EMI noise characteristics in a phase-leg topology

Takaaki Ibuchi, Tsuyoshi Funaki

Osaka University, Japan



EMC Focused Half-Bridge Characterization and Modeling

Julian Dobusch, Philipp Konarski, Daniel Kuebrich, Thomas Duerbaum

Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nüremberg, Germany



Modeling and Analysis of Near-Field Radiated Emission in Wide Bandgap Power Modules

Asif Imran Emon, Balaji Narayanasamy, Tristan Mark Evans, Fang Luo, H. Alan Mantooth

University of Arkansas, United States of America



Determining crucial sources of conducted interference in power electronics from heat sink capacitive coupling

Stephan Fink, Klaus F. Hoffmann, Stefan Dickmann

Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg, Germany



Synthesis of an Optimized Control Signal for an Improved EMC Switching Behavior of MOSFETs Using a System Characterization Approach

Caroline Krause, Andreas Bendicks, Tobias Dörlemann, Stephan Frei

TU Dortmund University, Germany

S_We_A_Room3: Electromagnetic Eavesdropping TEMPEST
Location: Room 3
Chair: Ireneusz Kubiak
 

(“Oops! Had the silly thing in reverse”)—Optical injection attacks in through LED status indicators

Joe Loughry

University of Denver, United States of America



A study on a Effective Evaluation Method for EM Information Leakage without Reconstructing Screen

Ryota Birukawa1, Yu-ichi Hayashi2, Takaaki Mizuki3, Hideaki Sone3

1: Graduate School of Information Sciences, Tohoku University, Japan; 2: Graduate School of Science and Technology, Nara Institue of Science and Technology, Japan; 3: Cyberscience Center, Tohoku University, Japan



DVI (HDMI) and DisplayPort digital video interfaces in electromagnetic eavesdropping process

Ireneusz Kubiak, Artur Przybysz

Military Communication Institute, Poland



Effect evaluation of countermeasure method for image information leakage by electromagnetic radiation from ITE

Kimihiro Tajima, Yasunao Suzuki

NTT Advanced Technology Corporation, Japan



Impact of Intentional Electromagnetic Interference on Pure Combinational Logic

Oualid Trabelsi, Laurent Sauvage, Jean-Luc Danger

Télécom ParisTech, France

O_We_A_Room4: New materials for EMC
Location: Room 4
Chair: Maria Sabrina Sarto
 

Experimental Demonstration of Antenna Isolation Improvement using Planar Resonant Absorbers

Sofian Hamid1, Dirk Heberling1,2

1: RWTH Aachen, Germany; 2: Fraunhofer Institute for High Frequency Physics and Radar Techniques (FHR)



Lightning Direct Effect and Electromagnetic Shielding Analysis of Conductive Aircraft Composite

Richard Xian-Ke Gao1, Hui Min Lee1, Zaifeng Yang1, Warintorn Thitsartarn2, Si-Ping Gao3, En-Xiao Liu1

1: Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore; 2: Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, Singapore; 3: National University of Singapore, Singapore



Transparent Graphene-Based Absorber for Next Generation Wireless 5G Technology

Alessandro Giuseppe D'Aloia1,2, Marcello D'Amore1,2, Maria Sabrina Sarto1,2

1: DIAEE - Sapienza University of Rome; 2: Research Center for Nanotechnology applied to Engineering of Sapienza University



An Angularly Stable Frequency Selective Surface with Vent Holes for 5G Electromagnetic Shielding

Liping Yan1, Liuliu Xu1, Xiang Zhao1, Richard Xian-ke Gao2

1: Sichuan University, China, People's Republic of; 2: Institute of High Performance Computing, A* Star, Singapore



Challenges of RF Absorber Characterization: Comparison Between RCS- and NRL-Arch-Methods

Willi Hofmann, Christian Bornkessel, Andreas Schwind, Matthias A. Hein

Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany

W_We_A_Room5: Challenges in Special Applications of Electrically Small, HF Vehicular Antennas (I)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Diethard E.A. Hansen
Chair: Ilona Danelyan
 
9:00am - 9:20am

Challenges in Special Applications of Electrically Small, HF Vehicular Antennas

Diethard Hansen1, Ilona Danelyan2

1: EURO EMC SERVICE (EES); 2: EMCoS Ltd.

IEEE P 2718 WG: IEEE P 2718 WG on “Guide for Near field Characterization of Unintentional Stochastic Radiators”
Location: Room 6
Chair: Valter Mariani Primiani
9:00am
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5:00pm
Exhibition
Location: Exhibition areas
ACEC (Day 1): Advisory Committee on Electromagnetic Compatibility (I)
Location: Room 8
Chair: Luis Nuño
 
10:40am
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11:20am
Coffee Break
Location: Exhibition areas
11:20am
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12:40pm
O_We_B_Room1: Statistics on EMC
Location: Room 1
Chair: John Dawson
 

Combining Kriging and Controlled Stratification to Identify Extreme Levels of Electromagnetic Interference

Thomas HOURET1,2, Philippe BESNIER1, Stéphane VAUCHAMP2, Philippe Pouliguen3

1: INSA Rennes,CNRS,IETR, France; 2: CEA DAM, Gramat, France; 3: DGA, Paris, France



Statistical Analysis of MIL-STD-461 Emission Test Reports of Commercial Off-The-Shelf Products

Janne Petteri Pulkkinen

Finnish Defence Forces, Finland



Sensitivity Analysis of Microstrip Line Parameters on Total Radiated Power Through Surrogate Modelling

Florent DELAPORTE1,2, Philippe BESNIER1, Béatrice AZANOWSKY2

1: IETR CNRS, France; 2: Thales, France



Stochastic Analysis of Multi-Twisted Bundle of Twisted-Wire Pairs (MTB-TWP) Above Ground Plane With Random Non-uniform Twisting

Oussama Gassab1, Liang Zhou1, Wen-Yan Yin1,2

1: Key Lab of Ministry of Education for the Design and EMC of High-Speed Electronic Systems, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai 200240, China, China, People's Republic of; 2: Information Science and Electronic Engineering, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou 310058, China

O_We_B_Room2: Power Electronics (II)
Location: Room 2
Chair: Joaquin Bernal Mendez
 

Battery Management System Demonstrator Board design using EMC System simulation

Adrien Doridant, Kamel Abouda, Philippe Givelin, Barbara Thibaud

NXP Semiconductors, France



Development and Characterization of a Simple Multi-Cell, Multi-Module Battery Assembly for Experimental Validation of Electromagnetic Models

Yu Xian Teo, Jiaqi Chen, Alastair R. Ruddle

HORIBA MIRA Ltd, United Kingdom



Predicting the RF Impedance of Cells in Parallel for Automotive Traction Battery Applications

Yu Xian Teo, Jiaqi Chen, Alastair R. Ruddle

HORIBA MIRA Ltd, United Kingdom



Improved EMC filter performance of ferrite cores based on hysteresis and saturation

Bernhard Wunsch1, Skibin Stanislav1, Thomas Christen1, Ville Forsstrom2

1: ABB Corporate Research, Switzerland; 2: ABB Oy Drives, Helsinki, Finland

O_We_B_Room3: Standards & Regulations
Location: Room 3
Chair: Luis Nuño
 

Far Field Region of Radiated Emissions from Wind Energy Conversion Systems

Sven Fisahn1, Hoang Duc Pham1, Sebastian Koj2, Sergei Sandmann1, Heyno Garbe1

1: Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany; 2: IAV GmbH, Gifhorn



Analysis on the Correlation Between Vehicle RFI and Component EMI Tests Using BCI and RI Methods

Younghun Lee1, Keunsu Kim1, Jeonggil Heo1, Youngduk Park1, Ickjae Yoon2

1: Hanonsystems, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2: Chungnam National University



Radiated Disturbance Measurements in SAC and on OATS for Wireless Power Transfer System

Tetsu Shijo, Kenichirou Ogawa, Masatoshi Suzuki, Kazuhiro Inoue, Yasuhiro Kanekiyo, Koji Ogura, Shuichi Obayashi, Masaaki Ishida

Toshiba Corporation, Japan



Use of the Goal Structuring Notation (GSN) as Generic Notation for an “EMC Assurance Case”

Davy Pissoort, Jeroen Boydens, Johan Catrysse, Theresa Bultinck

KU Leuven, Belgium

O_We_B_Room4: Transmission lines
Location: Room 4
Chair: Christos Christopoulos
 

Reverse engineering of Voltage Limiting Devices in 1500 V DC Railway Lines through transient transmission line modeling

Achraf DSOUL, Clement REBOUL

SNCF RESEAU, France



The Effect of a Bend on the Stochastic-Field Coupling to a Single Wire Transmission Line Over a Conductive Ground Plane

Johanna Kasper, Ralf Vick

Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany



Time-Frequency analysis for wiring soft faults detection

Ihssane Bzikha, Christophe Guiffaut, Alain Reineix

Xlim laboratory, France



Multi-Objective Design of Transmission Line Referenced to Meshed Ground Planes by Preference Set-based Design

Koki Matsuishi, Yoshiki Kayano, Fengchao Xiao, Yoshio Kami

The University of Electro-Communications, Japan

W_We_B_Room5: Challenges in Special Applications of Electrically Small, HF Vehicular Antennas (II)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Diethard E.A. Hansen
Chair: Ilona Danelyan
MeterEMI (I): MeterEMI Research Project (I)
Location: Room 6
Chair: Paul Simon Wright
12:40pm
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2:00pm
Poster II: Poster Session (II)
Location: Poster area
Chair: Pieter Gideon Wiid
 

Experimental Investigation for Enhancement of Timing Margin of Single-ended Parallel Bus By Optimizing Phase Response of Signal Modes

Kyoungsun Kim1,2, Dohyung Kim2, Junhee Han1, Jooyeon Lee1, Wansoo Nah1

1: Sungkyunkwan University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2: Samsung Electronics. Co., Ltd., Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Investigation of Magnetic Permeability of Toroidal Cores

Zviad Kutchadze1,2, Anna Gheonjian1,2, Roman Jobava1,2

1: EMCoS LLC, Tbilisi, Georgia; 2: Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia



Implementation of laboratory test stand for EMC filter attenuation measurement

Leszek Nowosielski

Military University of Technology, Poland



Analysis of RF Noise in LDO and Establishment of Noise Immunity

Takahiro Hino1, Hirobumi Watanabe2

1: RICOH Electronic Devices Co., Ltd., Japan; 2: RICOH Co., Ltd., Japan



Current-based EMF-assessment method for vehicles

Benjamin Willmann1,2, Hanno Rabe1, Christoph Leugers2, Oussama Sassi1, Christian Waldera1, Ralf Vick2

1: VOLKSWAGEN AG, Germany; 2: Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg, Germany



Identification of Metallic Object in Soil in Order to Detect UXOs

Christian Siebauer, Markus Terres, Heyno Garbe

Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany



Circuit Optimization and Analysis for Compatibility Assessment in Integrated Product Design

Félix Gómez Vidal2, Peio López Iturri1, Ana Belén Resano1, Francisco Falcone2

1: UPNA, Spain; 2: NAITEC



Harmonic generator for offsetting the harmonics caused by power electronic inverters

Tiejun Wang, M.S.Niroshan Silva, Fengbing Zhang

Naval University of Engineering, China, People's Republic of



Understanding the IoT technology LoRa and its interference vulnarability

Kia Wiklundh

Qamcom Research & Technology, Sweden



Low-Frequency Magnetic Shielding Analysis of a Metal Plate Without and With a Slot

Hyun Ho Park1, Jong Hwa Kwon2

1: The University of Suwon, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2: ETRI, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



CISPR 32 – Conducted emissions test benchmarking using automated FFT & Stepped - based systems

John Hernandez, Matthew Owen

UL VS Ltd, United Kingdom



Propagation of Harmonics of Return Traction Current in Rail lines

Tetiana Serdiuk1, Volodymyr Havryliuk1, Mauro Feliziani2, Kseniia Serdiuk1

1: Dnipropetrovsk National University of Railway Transport named after Academician V. Lazaryan; 2: University of L'Aquila



Direction Finding Technique Based on Poynting Vector Magnitude for Pantograph Arcing

Umberto Paoletti

Hitachi, Ltd., R&D Group, Japan



Modeling of Contact Arcing for Transient Conducted Immunity Test

Jia Li1, Ahalya Srikanth1, Praveen Gurrala2, Nitin Parsa3, Isao Hoda4, Hiroki Funato4

1: Automotive Products Research Laboratory, Hitachi America, USA; 2: Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Iowa State University, USA; 3: Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Akron, USA; 4: Yokohama Research Laboratory, Hitachi Ltd., Japan



Extending Functionality of the IMEI DataBase: Clone Blocking System

Igor Gepko

Ukrainian State Centre of Radio Frequencies, Ukraine

2:00pm
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3:20pm
S_We_C_Room1: Electromagnetic Environmental Effects on Aircrafts
Location: Room 1
Chair: Manuel Añón Cancela
 

Lightning Low Level vs High Level Direct Current Injection Tests on a Full Scale Aircraft Cockpit

Fernando Cano1, Guadalupe Gutierrez1, Raul Molero1, Hugo Tavares2, Angel Ramirez3

1: Airbus, Spain; 2: ISQ, Portugal; 3: LCOE, Spain



Lightning Strike Protection of Radomes

Christian Karch2, Christian Paul1, Fridolin H. Heidler1

1: University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich, Germany; 2: Airbus Defence and Space GmbH, Manching, Germany



A refresh on HIRF Equipment susceptibility above 8GHz

Frédéric THEROND1, Didier DE-MATA2, Marc MEYER3, Marc PONCON3, Fabrice TRISTANT4, Eric LACAM5, Franck FLOURENS1, Alain SAUVAGE1

1: Airbus Operations SAS, France; 2: Liebherr-Aerospace Toulouse SAS, France; 3: Airbus Helicopters SAS, France; 4: Dassault Aviation, France; 5: DGA-Aeronautical Systems, France



Limitations in the Measurement of the Shielding Effectiveness of Aeronautical Multi-ply CFC Laminates

PATRICIA GÓMEZ1, DAVID ESCOT1, BORJA PLAZA2, SERGIO FERNÁNDEZ1, DAVID POYATOS1

1: INTA, Spain; 2: ISDEFE, Spain

O_We_C_Room2: Near-Field techniques (I)
Location: Room 2
Chair: David Thomas
 

Cyclostationary Characterization of the Interference Induced by Crosstalk Between Transmission Lines

Yury Kuznetsov1, Andrey Baev1, Anastasia Gorbunova1, Maxim Konovalyuk1, Johannes A. Russer2, Michael Haider2, Peter Russer2

1: Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Russian Federation; 2: Technische Universität München, Germany



A Rigorous Method to extrapolate Radiated Susceptibility from Near-Field Scan Immunity

Alexandre Boyer

LAAS-CNRS, France



Far-field Cyclostationary Characterization of Emissions from DUT Based on the Jefimenko’s Equations

Andrey Baev1, Yury Kuznetsov1, Anastasia Gorbunova1, Maxim Konovalyuk1, Johannes A. Russer2, Michael Haider2, Peter Russer2

1: Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Russian Federation; 2: Technische Universität München, Germany



Introduction of a nearfield component level test and application to an automotive communication system

Emanuel Panholzer1,2, Martin Aidam1, Walter Franz1, Simon Senega2, Stefan Lindenmeier2

1: Dep. of EMC and Antennas, Daimler AG, Sindelfingen, Germany; 2: Institute of High Frequency Technology, University of Bundeswehr Munich, Germany

O_We_C_Room3: Metrology on EMC (I)
Location: Room 3
Chair: Frédéric Pythoud
 

The Consequences of Missing Specification for Coupling-Decoupling Networks

Emrah Tas1, Frédéric Pythoud1, Dongsheng Zhao2

1: Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology METAS, Switzerland; 2: RHEA System B.V. for ESA, The Netherlands



A Testbed for Static Electricity Meter Testing with Conducted EMI

Helko E. van den Brom, Zander Marais, Dennis Hoogenboom, Ronald van Leeuwen, Gert Rietveld

VSL, Dutch Metrology Institute, The Netherlands



Low reflection and TEM mode preserving coaxial/non-coaxial adapting fixture

Wiktor Łodyga, Bartosz Chaber, Jan Sroka

Warsaw University of Technology, Poland



Waveform Characterization of Calibration-Pulse Generators for EMI Measuring Receivers

Marco A. Azpurua1, Marc Pous1, Ferran Silva1, Martin Hudlička2

1: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya; 2: Czech Metrology Institute

O_We_C_Room4: Shielding & Grounding (I)
Location: Room 4
Chair: Andy Marvin
 

Two Sided Earthing Versus one Sided Earthing for Ethernet Cables

Wei Wang1,2,3, Tom Hartman1, Cees Keyer1,2, Jan-Kees van der Ven3

1: University of Twente,Enschede, the Netherlands,; 2: Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam, the Netherlands; 3: Imtech Marine, Rotterdamn, the Netherlands



Random source coupling to shielded cable

HEMZA GHEDDAR, Mohamed Melit, Bchir NEKHOUL, flavio canavero

Jijel university, Algeria



SNR Kron-Branin Model of Braided Shielded Coaxial Cable under Burst Striking

Christel Cholachue1,2, Blaise Ravelo2

1: Federal-Mogul Systems Protection SAS, France; 2: Normandy University UNIROUEN ESIGELEC, IRSEEM EA4353



Screening effectiveness of unscreened balanced pairs

Bernhard Mund1, Thomas Hähner2, Thomas Schmid3

1: bda connectivityGmbH, Germany; 2: Nexans France, France; 3: Rosenberger HF-Technik, Germany

W_We_C_Room5: Challenges in Special Applications of Electrically Small, HF Vehicular Antennas (III)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Diethard E.A. Hansen
Chair: Ilona Danelyan
MeterEMI (II): MeterEMI Research Project (II)
Location: Room 6
Chair: Paul Simon Wright
3:20pm
-
4:00pm
Coffee Break
Location: Exhibition areas
4:00pm
-
5:00pm
S_We_D_Room1: Magnetometric Instruments and New Methodologies of Calibration and Testing
Location: Room 1
Chair: Marina Díaz Michelena
 

Design of a planetary protection cover for EMC testing of a spacial magnetic sensor

Sergio Fernández Romero1, María Concepción Parrondo Sempere1, Marina Díaz Michelena1, Ignacio Muñoz Rebate2, Marina León Calero2, Santiago Martín Iglesias2, Borja Plaza Gallardo3, David Escot Bocanegra3, David Poyatos Martínez3, María Jiménez Lorenzo4, Daniel López Sanz4

1: Payloads and Space Sciences Department, INTA, Spain; 2: Space Advanced Prototyping Laboratory, INTA, Spain; 3: Radiofrequency Area, INTA, Spain; 4: Electromagnetic Compatibility Area, INTA, Spain



New magnetometric devices for planetary exploration

Jose Luis Mesa Uña1, Marina Pérez Jimenez2, Amanda Arlensiú Ordoñez Cencerrado1, Cristina Lavín García3, Reinel Marante3, Laura González Pérez3, Claudio Aroca Hernández-Ros2, Marina Díaz Michelena1

1: INTA, Spain; 2: GDM-ISOM, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain.; 3: TTI, Santander, Spain.



New techniques of magnetic cleanliness for present and near future missions

Marina Diaz Michelena1, Amanda Arlensiú Ordóñez Cencerrado1, Javier de Frutos Hernansanz1, Miguel Ángel Rivero Rodríguez2

1: Payloads and Space Sciences Dept. INTA, Spain; 2: ISDEFE Consultant at Payloads and Space Sciences Dept. INTA, Spain

O_We_D_Room2: Near-Field techniques (II)
Location: Room 2
Chair: Valter Mariani Primiani
 

Reconstruction of Current Distribution on a Given Conductor Structure Using Frequency Domain Near-Field Data without Phase Information

Robert Jan Nowak, Stephan Frei

TU Dortmund University, Germany



Different Test Site Analysis of Radiated Field Measurements of a Complex EUT

Dwi Mandaris1,2, Robert Vogt-Ardatjew1, Mohd Hafiz Baharuddin5,6, Zbigniew Jóskiewicz3, Monika Ewelina Szafranska3, Eugen Coca4, David Thomas5, Frank Leferink1,7

1: University of Twente, Enschede - The Netherlands; 2: Research Center for Quality System and Testing Technology, LIPI, Serpong - Indonesia; 3: Wrocław University of Science and Technology, Wroclaw - Poland; 4: Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Suceava - Romania; 5: Univeristy of Nottingham, Nottingham - U.K.; 6: Center of Advanced Electronic and Communication Engineering, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia - Malaysia; 7: Thales Netherlands, B.V, Hengelo - The Netherlands



Sequential adaptive sampling algorithm to reduce the near field measurement time

Sebastien Serpaud1,2, Alexandre Boyer2, Sonia Ben Dhia2

1: IRT Saint Exupéry, France; 2: CNRS, LAAS, Univ. de Toulouse, INSA

O_We_D_Room3: Metrology on EMC (II)
Location: Room 3
Chair: Zbigniew Jóskiewicz
 

A reference test setup to support research and development of HPEM testing schemes

Thorsten Pusch1, Martin Willenbockel2, Tomas Hurtig3, Michael Suhrke1, Sven Ruge1, Michael Jöster4, Benjamin Jörres1

1: Fraunhofer INT, Germany; 2: Bundeswehr Research Institute for Protective Technologies and NBC-Protection; 3: FOI – Swedish Defence Research Agency; 4: Private



Influence of Power Line Termination Device Placed on Ground Plane to NSA Measurement

Shinichi Okuyama1, Nobuo Kuwabara2, Hidenori Muramatsu3

1: VCCI Council / NEC Platforms, Ltd., Japan; 2: Kyushu Institute of Technology; 3: VCCI Council



Influence of Antenna Cabling on Measurement Results below 30 MHz in CISPR 25 Ed. 4 Annex J

Takanori Uno1, Toshiyasu Tanaka3, Koji Maeda2, Hironori Okamoto4, Osami Wada5

1: DENSO EMC ENGINEERING SERVICE, Japan; 2: Aisin Seiki Co., Ltd.; 3: Microwave Factory Co., Ltd.; 4: Kansai Electronic Industry Development Center; 5: Kyoto University

O_We_D_Room4: Shielding & Grounding (II)
Location: Room 4
Chair: Davy Pissoort
 

LF Scattering of a cylindrical shield in an alternating magnetic field

Dick Harberts, Geran Peeren, Mark van Helvoort

Philips, Netherlands, The



Influence of Planar Material Size and Position on Shielding Effectiveness Measurements using the Dual Waveguide Method

Evangelia Tourounoglou1,2, Vasiliki Gkatsi1,2, Anne Roc'h3, Robert Vogt-Ardatjew4, Hans Schipper1, Frank Leferink1,4

1: Thales Netherland B.V. , Netherlands, The; 2: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece; 3: University of Eindhoven, Netherlands, The; 4: University of Twente, Netherlands, The



Characterization of the Low Frequency Electric and Magnetic Shielding Effectiveness of On-Board Gaskets in the Stripline Set-up

Yanling Wang1, Tim Claeys2, Davy Pissoort2

1: Xi'an Microelectronics Technology Institute, China, People's Republic of; 2: KU Leuven Bruges Campus, Spoorwegstraat 12, Bruges, Belgium

W_We_D_Room5: Challenges in Special Applications of Electrically Small, HF Vehicular Antennas (IV)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Diethard E.A. Hansen
Chair: Ilona Danelyan
IEEE EMC Spain: Spanish IEEE EMC Chapter annual meeting
Location: Room 6
Chair: Arturo Mediano
Date: Thursday, 05/Sep/2019
8:00am
-
5:00pm
Registration
Location: Registration desk
9:00am
-
10:40am
O_Th_A_Room1: Automotive (I)
Location: Room 1
Chair: Marco Klingler
 

OTA Testing method for RED, Coexistence and EM Interference in Vehicle

Oussama Sassi1, Naseef Mahmud2, Pascal Hervé3

1: Volkswagen AG, Germany; 2: Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG; 3: CSA Group Bayern GmbH



Estimation approach of Packet error rate at wireless communication system in the vehicle

Oussama Sassi1, Naseef Mahmud2, Pascal Hervé3

1: Volkswagen AG, Germany; 2: Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG, Germany; 3: CSA Group Bayern GmbH, Germany



Designing and Manufacturing of a Worst Case Communication Channel for Automotive Ethernet 1000BASE-T1

Ting Sun1, Marius Vierheller2, Alexander Stieler1, Vincent Speckmann1, David Bollati2, Matthias Hampe1

1: Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences, Germany; 2: C&S group GmbH, Germany



Impact of WBG-Semiconductors on Automotive Communication Networks

Carina Austermann, Stephan Frei

TU Dortmund University, Germany



Impact of HV Battery Cables’ Emissions on the Signal Integrity of 2-Wire Ethernet Communication in Automotive Application

Sebastian Jeschke, Ali Razavi, Jan Loos, Jörg Bärenfänger

EMC Test NRW GmbH, Germany

O_Th_A_Room2: Components, Semiconductors and IC (I)
Location: Room 2
Chair: Mohamed Ramdani
 

Enabling fast power integrity transient analysis through parameterized small-signal macromodels

Tommaso Bradde, Pedro Toledo, Marco De Stefano, Alessandro Zanco, Stefano Grivet-Talocia, Paolo Crovetti

Politecnico di Torino, Italy



Electromagnetic Compatibility in Leakage Current of CMOS Integrated Circuits

Zahra Abedi1, Sameer Hemmady1, Thomas Antonsen2, Edl Schamiloglu1, Payman Zarkesh-Ha1

1: University of New Mexico, United States of America; 2: University of Maryland, United States of America



Analysis of Re-radiated RF Harmonic Disturbance Caused by Integrated Circuit Input Pin Nonlinearity

Marko Magerl1, Christian Stockreiter1, Adrijan Baric2

1: ams AG, Austria; 2: University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Croatia



Modifying Noise Source Amplitude Modulation Technique to Estimate Magnitude and Phase of Emissions from Individual Integrated Circuits

Kengo Iokibe, Shimpei Yoshino, Yusuke Yano, Yoshitaka Toyota

Okayama University, Japan



Destructive testing of electronic components based on absorption cross section RC measurements

Niklas Wellander, Mattias Elfsberg, Hanna Sundberg, Tomas Hurtig

Swedish Defence Research Agency, Sweden

S_Th_A_Room3: EMC in Physics Experiments and Particle Accelerators
Location: Room 3
Chair: Fernando Arteche
 

EMC issues in RF stations for particle accelerators

Claudio Rivetta

Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, United States of America



Susceptibility characterization of beam pipe radiated noise for the PXD detector in Belle II experiment

Mateo Iglesias1, Philipp Leitl2, Felix MÜLLER2, Francisco Javier Arcega3, Hans-Günther Moser2, Christian Kiesling2, Alvaro Pradas1, Iván Echeverría1, Fernando Arteche1, Francisco Javier Piedrafita1

1: ITAINNOVA, Instituto Tecnológico de Aragón; 2: Max Planck Institute for Physics, Munich, Germany; 3: Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain



E.M.C. concepts applied to the switching mode power converters supplying the superconductive magnets for the CERN LHC accelerator

Yves Thurel1, Frederick Bordry1, Alain Charoy2

1: CERN, Switzerland; 2: AEMC, France



Electromagnetic pulse in target area at CLPU

Kwinten Nelissen4, Massimo De Marco1, Giancarlo Gatti1, Valeria Ospina1,2, Istrotr Dotr3, M Liszi2, Christos Kamperidis4, Luca Volpe1,2

1: Centro de laseres pulsados, Villamajor, Spain; 2: Universitá de Salamanca,Salamanca, Spain; 3: Radiofrequency Test Laboratory-Szchenyi Istvn University, Gyor, Hungary; 4: ELI-ALPS, Szeged, Hungary



EMC versus Safety in Physics Research

Friedrich Szoncso, Daniel Valuch

CERN, Switzerland

S_Th_A_Room4: Numerical Simulation Techniques for EMC Problems (I)
Location: Room 4
Chair: Salvador Gonzalez Garcia
 

S-EHRFEM - Substrate Extraction using Highly Reduced FEM-meshes for Transient SPICE-simulation with Iterative Linear Solvers

Alexander Schade1, Frank Klotz1, Stefan Jahn1, Robert Weigel2

1: Infineon Technologies AG, Germany; 2: Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany



Transport of power through networks of cables using quantum graph theory

Mubarack Ahmed, Gabriele Gradoni, Stephen Creagh, Chris Smartt, Steve Greedy, Gregor Tanner

University of Nottingham, United Kingdom



Stabilized Explicit Isogeometric Analysis (SE-IGA) for Efficient Modeling and Analysis of 2-D Curved Structures

Hayato Naojima1, Tadatoshi Sekine2

1: Graduate School of Integrated Science and Technology, Shizuoka University, Japan; 2: Shizuoka University



Analysis of induced currents and voltages during an Air-to-Air Refueling operation due to on-board High Frequency radio transmissions using advanced simulations in time domain

Enrique Pascual Gil, David Garcia Gomez

AIRBUS DS, Spain



Low Frequency extrapolation for the FDTD method

Camille Bastard1, Marc Meyer1, Christophe Guiffaut2, Alain Reineix2

1: Airbus Helicopters, France; 2: Xlim Institute,France

W_Th_A_Room5: Electromagnetic Interference on Static Electricity Meters (I)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Paul Simon Wright
IEEE P2715&P2716 WG 1: IEEE Standard Working Groups on Characterization of Shielding Effectiveness (P2715 and P2716) (I)
Location: Room 6
Chair: Davy Pissoort
9:00am
-
5:00pm
Exhibition
Location: Exhibition areas
ACEC (Day 2): Advisory Committee on Electromagnetic Compatibility (II)
Location: Room 8
Chair: Luis Nuño
 
10:40am
-
11:20am
Coffee Break
Location: Exhibition areas
11:20am
-
12:40pm
O_Th_B_Room1: Automotive (II)
Location: Room 1
Chair: Francesca Maradei
 

Simultaneous EMI Suppression of the Input and Output Terminals of a DC/DC Converter by Injecting Multiple Synthesized Cancellation Signals

Andreas Bendicks, Marvin Rübartsch, Stephan Frei

TU Dortmund University, Dortmund, Germany



Noise Reduction in Periodically Switching MOSFET Circuits Using Iteratively Found Synthesized Control Signals

Tobias Dörlemann, Andreas Bendicks, Caroline Krause, Stephan Frei

TU Dortmund University, Germany



Ground Bridge Effect on Reduction of Conducted Emission from Three-Phase Motor Drive System

Yuandong Guo1, Srinath Penugonda1, Minho Kim2, Junesang Lee2, Jungrae Ha2, Sangwon Yun2, Jun Fan1, Hongseok Kim1

1: Missouri University of Science and Technology, United States of America; 2: MANDO Co., Ltd., Republic of Korea



Uncertainty of CAN RF Emission Test Results due to Common Mode Choke Asymmetry

Sergey Miropolsky, Marlon Roebl, Frank Klotz

Infineon Technologies AG, Germany

O_Th_B_Room2: Components, Semiconductors and IC (II)
Location: Room 2
Chair: Richard Perdriau
 

Evaluation of Near-Field Undesired Radio Waves from Semiconductor Switching Circuits

Makoto Nagata1, Koh Watanabe1, Yoshifumi Sugimoto1, Noriyuki Miura1, Satoshi Tanaka2, Yasunori Miyazawa2, Masahiro Yamaguchi2

1: Kobe University, Japan; 2: Tohoku University, Japan



Using the Embedded Ceramic Dielectric Cylinders to Improve the Signal Integrity of Via Transition

Yusheng Hu, Tongyu Ding, Qiubo Ye

Jimei University, China, People's Republic of



Chip-Level ESD Verification Using Graph Theory Based Approach

Vlatko Galić1, Aarnout Wieers2, Renaud Gillon2, Adrijan Barić1

1: Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Unska 3, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia; 2: ON Semiconductor, Westerring 15, 9700 Oudenaarde, Belgium



Miniature Common-Mode Rejection Filter in Silicon-Based Integrated Passive Device Technology

Chung-Hsien Chan, Yo-Shen Lin

Department of Electrical Engineering, National Central University, Taiwan, R.O.C.

O_Th_B_Room3: Communications (I)
Location: Room 3
Chair: Kia Wiklundh
 

Applications with a Rydberg Atom-based Radio Frequency Antenna/Receiver

Matthew Thomas Simons1, Abdulaziz Haddab2, Joshua Gordon3, Christopher Holloway3

1: Department of Physics, University of Colorado, United States of America; 2: Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Colorado, United States of America; 3: National Institute of Standards and Technology, Boulder, Colorado, United States of America



Evaluation of Electromagnetic Noise Radiated from Tube-type LED Lamps and Its Effect on Wireless Medical Telemetry Systems

Kai Ishida, Sazu Arie, Ifong Wu, Kaoru Gotoh, Yasushi Matsumoto

National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Japan



Artificial Intelligence for Automatic Classification of Unintentional Electromagnetic Interference in Air Traffic Control Communications

Peter Frank Stenumgaard, Patrik Eliardsson

Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), Sweden



A Novel Intelligent Antenna Synthesis System Using Hybrid Machine Learning Algorithms

Mengtao Xue1, Dan Shi2, Yeyang He3, Chaoying Li4

1: Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China, People's Republic of; 2: Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China, People's Republic of; 3: Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China, People's Republic of; 4: Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China, People's Republic of

S_Th_B_Room4: Numerical Simulation Techniques for EMC Problems (II)
Location: Room 4
Chair: Salvador Gonzalez Garcia
 

Probabilistic Model of the Effect of a Ground Discontinuity on the Transmission of a Microstrip Interconnect

Riccardo Trinchero, Flavio Canavero

Politecnico di Torino, Italy



HPC Simulations of a Reverberation Chamber with Nonparallel Walls

Luca Bastianelli1, Gabriele Gradoni2,3, Franco Moglie1, Valter Mariani Primiani1

1: Universita` Politecnica delle Marche, Italy; 2: School of Mathematical Sciences, UK; 3: George Green Institute for Electromagnetics Research, UK



Application of Stochastic FDTD to thin-wire analysis

Miguel Ruiz Cabello, Luis Diaz Angulo, Amelia Rubio Bretones, Mario Fernandez Pantoja, Salvador Gonzalez Garcia

University of Granada, Spain



Comparison of Predictions between Artificial Neural Networks and Gaussian Processes in EMC Investigations

Felix Burghardt, Heyno Garbe

Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany

W_Th_B_Room5: Electromagnetic Interference on Static Electricity Meters (II)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Paul Simon Wright
IEEE P2715&P2716 WG 2: IEEE Standard Working Groups on Characterization of Shielding Effectiveness (P2715 and P2716) (II)
Location: Room 6
Chair: Davy Pissoort
12:40pm
-
2:00pm
Poster III: Poster Session (III)
Location: Poster area
Chair: Marcos Quílez Figuerola
 

Analysis of Availability and Safety Considerations in EM-Diverse Systems

Jonas Lannoo1, Jonas Van Waes2, Dries Vanoost1, Jeroen Boydens2, Davy Pissoort1

1: KU Leuven, Department of Electrical Engineering; 2: KU Leuven, Department of Computer Science



Topology-Optimization-Based EMC Design

Katsuya Nomura1, Atsuhiro Takahashi1, Takashi Kojima1, Shintaro Yamasaki2, Kentaro Yaji2, Hiroki Bo2, Kikuo Fujita2

1: Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.; 2: Department of Mechanical Engineering, Osaka University



Comparison of voltages induced in an electronic equipment during far field and near field normative radiated immunity tests

ANDRE DURIER1,2,3, SONIA BENDHIA2,3, TRISTAN DUBOIS4

1: IRT SAINT EXUPERY, France; 2: LAAS-CNRS, France; 3: INSA TOULOUSE, France; 4: IMS BORDEAUX, France



Design of Vialess Open-stub EBG Structure by Using Preference Set-based Design Method

Yoshitaka Toyota, Sho Kanao, Kengo Iokibe

Okayama University, Japan



Study of feasibility of building materials electromagnetic characterization

Jérémie Corsi, Frédéric Puybaret, Stéphane Vauchamp, Isabelle Lachaud, Philippe Viars

CEA, France



Phase Measurement Techniques for Detecting the Defective Elements of an Array Antenna at 28GHz

Kyungho Yoo1, Tongho Chung1, Namkyoung Kim1, Byongsu Seol1, Young-pyo Hong2, Dong-joon Lee2

1: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2: Korean Research Institute of Science and Standard, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



EMC “Black Box” model for imbalanced power electronic converters

Amina GAHFIF1, Pierre-etienne LEVY1, Francois COSTA2, Mounira BERKANI2, Marwan ALI1

1: SAFRAN SA, France; 2: Université Paris Est Créteil, France



Coupled Inductors for Smooth EMC Power Supplies

Heinz Zenkner

Würth Elektronik eiSos GmbH & Co. KG, Germany



Radiation of Low Frequency Magnetic Field from High Voltage Powertrain Systems of Electric

Giorgi Chiqovani1, Irina Oganezova1,2, Giga Gabriadze1,2, Michael Kuehn3, Marcel Messer3, Roman Jobava1,2

1: EMCoS, Georgia; 2: Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia; 3: I/EE-25 AUDI AG, Germany



Interlaboratory Comparison of Radiated Immunity in Automotive EMC

Andrei-Marius Silaghi1, Relu-Adrian Aipu2, Aldo De Sabata1, Catalin Balan1, Petre-Marian Nicolae2

1: University Politehnica Timisoara, Romania; 2: University of Craiova, Romania



Fabrication process effects on power cable parameters

Francisco Javier Arcega1, Adilson Alberto Moyses1, Mateo Iglesias2, Fernando Arteche2

1: University of Zaragoza, Spain; 2: ITAINNOVA · Instituto Tecnológico de Aragón



Protection of a Buried Telecommunication Cable against Lightning using Follow-on Earth Wire

Sabrina Mezoued1, Abdelmalek Laissaoui1, Bachir Nekhoul2, Kamal Kerroum3, Khalil El Khamlichi Drissi3

1: USTHB, Algeria; 2: Jijel University,Jijel, Algeria; 3: Blaise Pascal University, Clermont Ferrand, France



Study on Grounding Ways of Secondary Cable in UHVDC Converter Substation

Lei Yan1, Weidong Zhang1, Jianfei Ji2, Zhaohua Zhang3, Weidong Shi3

1: North China Electric Power University, China, People's Republic of; 2: State Grid Jiangsu Electric Power Company Research Institute; 3: China Electric Power Research Institute

2:00pm
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3:20pm
T_Th_C_Room5: MIL-STD461 Military EMC Tests and Challenges/Pitfalls (I)
Location: Room 1
Chair: Osman Sen
Chair: Soydan Cakir
O_Th_C_Room2: Human Exposure & Health Protection (I)
Location: Room 2
Chair: Ernest Cid Farrero
 

Permissible SA and Radiant Exposure for Brief Exposure in GHz Region

Sachiko Kodera, Akimasa Hirata

Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan



Assesing the Electric Field Strength in the Vicinity of Devices Emitting Signals in the IEEE 802.11ac Standard of Communication

Andrei Cristian Bechet1, Robert Helbet1, Simona Miclaus2, Iulian Bouleanu2, Annamaria Sarbu2, Paul Bechet2

1: Technical University of Cluj Napoca, Romania; 2: Land Forces Academy of Sibiu, Romania



Radiofrequency electromagnetic exposures during the use of wireless links of portable computers inside trains without internal WiFi services

Krzysztof Krzysztof Gryz, Jolanta Karpowicz

Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute (CIOP-PIB), Poland



New approach for human exposure assessment along a rail corridor

Oussama ALILOU1, François GRANGE2, Nabil ABDELLI1, Sébastien JOURNET2, José RIBEIRO1, Attibaud KOUASSI2, Cyril MANISCALCO1, Farid P. DAWALIBI3, Alexandre MACHET1

1: SYSTRA, Paris, France; 2: SES-EUROPE, Vienne, France; 3: SES, Laval, Canada

O_Th_C_Room3: Communications (II)
Location: Room 3
Chair: Marc Pous
 

Comparison Between Impulsive Noise Models Considering a Time Structure of LED Noise

Kenta Agari1,2, Kaoru Gotoh1, Yasushi Matsumoto1, Ryosuke Suga2, Osamu Hashimoto2

1: National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan; 2: Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan



Interference Impact from Solar-Panel Systems on Air Traffic Control Communications

Peter Frank Stenumgaard, Sara Linder

Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), Sweden



On the Impact of CW interference on 5G NR

Karina Fors, Erik Axell, Sara Linder, Peter Stenumgaard

Swedish Defence Research Agency, Sweden



Improved Electromagnetic Compatibility Standards for the Interconnected Wireless World

Marc Pous, Marco A. Azpurua, Ferran Silva

Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain

S_Th_C_Room4: Numerical Simulation Techniques for EMC Problems (III)
Location: Room 4
Chair: Salvador Gonzalez Garcia
 

Shielding effectiveness assessement of a coaxial cable design with a combination of numerical and analytical solutions

Clement Pornin1, Tan Phu Vuong1, Gilbert Angenieux2, Pascal Xavier1

1: Grenoble INP IMEP-LaHC, France; 2: Universite Savoie-Mont Blanc, IMEP LaHC, France



Electromagnetic Pulse Propagation over Large Area Simulation through Massively Parallel Adaptive Mesh Refinement FDTD

Hanyu Li1, Xianfeng Bao2, Haijing Zhou1

1: Institute of Applied Pysics and Computational Mathematics, China, People's Republic of; 2: Software Center for High Performance Numerical Simulation, CAEP



Recent Advances to the Feko Integrated Cable Harness Modeling Tool

Marlize Schoeman1, Elia A. Attardo2, Jordi Soler-Castany3

1: Altair Development SA (Pty) Ltd; 2: Altair Engineering GmbH; 3: Altair Engineering Inc



A Simplified Modeling Of Transient Electromagnetic Coupling In Air Insulation Substation

Bachir Nekhoul1, Bochra Khelifi1, Kamal Kerroum2

1: Jijel university, Algeria; 2: Institut Pascal - Université Clermont Auvergne (UCA) 49, France

O_Th_C_Room1: Automotive (III)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Alastair Ruddle
 

Reference Setup for RF Impedance Measurements with High DC Bias Currents

Oliver Kerfin1, Martin Harm1, Benjamin Willmann2,3

1: TU Braunschweig, Institute for Electromagnetic Compatibility, Germany; 2: Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg, Germany; 3: Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg, Germany



An Active Common Mode EMI Filter Approach introducing Predictive Pulsed Compensation

Denis Mueller, Desirée Nadine Schweitzer, Michael Beltle, Stefan Tenbohlen

University of Stuttgart, Germany



Modeling of conducted EMI noise in an Automotive LED Driver Module with DC/DC Converters

Chiuk Song, Hucksu Kweon, Unho Lee, Jonghyun Kim, Sieun Yang, Jonghyun Park

Hyundai Mobis Co., Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Analysis of Immunity Failures and Optimization Measures in Automotive Sensors

Jan Benz1, Andreas Klaedtke1, Jan Hansen1, Stephan Frei2

1: Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany; 2: TU Dortmund University, Germany

 
3:20pm
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4:00pm
Coffee Break
Location: Exhibition areas
ISC-1: EMC Europe International Steering Committee
Location: Room 9
Chair: Jan Carlsson
 
4:00pm
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5:00pm
T_Th_D_Room5: MIL-STD461 Military EMC Tests and Challenges/Pitfalls (II)
Location: Room 1
Chair: Osman Sen
Chair: Soydan Cakir
O_Th_D_Room2: Human Exposure & Health Protection (II)
Location: Room 2
Chair: Pere J Riu
 

Study of Body Position Dependence on Human Exposure in the 2.4 GHz Band

Silvia Miguel-Bilbao1, Juan Blas2, Jolanta Karpowicz3, Victoria Ramos1

1: Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Spain; 2: University of Valladolid, Spain; 3: Central Institute for Labour Protection- National Research Institute



Wireless Charging of Electric Vehicles: Planar Secondary Coil Position vs. Magnetic Field

Tommaso Campi1, Silvano Cruciani1, Francesca Maradei2, Mauro Feliziani1

1: University of L'Aquila, Italy; 2: Sapienza University of Rome, Italy



The Height Scan Method Accuracy in Rural and Suburban Areas

Georgij Jefimovic Leontjev

Communications Regulatory Authority of the Republic of Lithuania, Lithuania



A Radiation-Based Drive-Level ESD Test Method in Solid-State Drives

Jungho Jin, Byungjin Kwon, Jaeyoung Heo, Choongpyo Jeon, Jungki Kim, Kangyong Cho

Samsung Electronics, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

O_Th_D_Room3: Intentional EMI
Location: Room 3
Chair: Marco A. Azpurua
 

IEMI Resilience Assessment of Critical Infrastructures

Thorsten Pusch, Marian Lanzrath, Michael Suhrke

Fraunhofer INT, Germany



LTE Physical Layer Vulnerability Test to Different Types of Jamming Signals

Grecia Romero1, Virginie Deniau2, Olivier Stienne3

1: Railenium, France; 2: IFSTTAR , Railenium; 3: ICAM, France



Electromagnetic Watermarking: exploiting IEMI effects for forensic tracking of UAVs

José Lopes Esteves

ANSSI, France



Validation of Electromagnetic model for an Aircraft Under HIRF Condition With the Non-Intrusive Polynomial Chaos Methods

Yueqian WU1,2, Haijing ZHOU1, Hanyu LI1, Xianfeng BAO1,2, Longquan ZHONG3,4

1: CAEP Software Center for High Performance Numerical Simulation; 2: Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics; 3: CAEP Complicated Electromagnetic Environment Laboratory; 4: Institute of Applied Electronics

O_Th_D_Room4: Education on EMC
Location: Room 4
Chair: Arturo Mediano
 

On the limits to measure small leakage currents with current clamps

Avinash V. Nayak, Chiel Ton, Alexander P.J. van Deursen

Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands, The



Experiment to educate ESD phenomena to engineers

Frits Buesink1, Robert Vogt-Ardatjew1, Frank Leferink1,2

1: University of Twente, Netherlands, The; 2: Thales Netherlands B.V. Hengelo



Co-Design and Co-Analysis for Noise Optimization of Switching Mode Power Supply Circuit Board

Narimasa Takahashi1, Masato Shobayashi2, Masato Higashi2, Eriko Yamato3, Robert Carter3, Yoshi Fukawa4

1: TOTAS Co.,Ltd., Japan; 2: Kinki Polytechnic College; 3: Oak-Mitsui Technologies LLC; 4: TOYOTech LLC

O_Th_D_Room1: Automotive (IV)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Stephan Frei
 

Experimental Validation of Electromagnetic Models for a Simple Multi-Cell, Multi-Module Battery

Yu Xian Teo, Jiaqi Chen, Alastair R. Ruddle

HORIBA MIRA Ltd, United Kingdom



Simulation and Measurement of Narrowband Susceptibilities of Digital Automotive Sensors

Jan Benz1, Jan Hansen1, Stephan Frei2

1: Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany; 2: TU Dortmund University, Germany



Experimental Study of the Effect of High DC Bias Currents on the Measurement Performance of Impedance and Current Probes

Martin Harm, Oliver Kerfin

TU Braunschweig, Institute for Electromagnetic Compatibility, Germany



Investigation of Possible EMC Interferences between Multi-Gig Communication link and RF Applications in Vehicle

Sanaz Mortazavi1, Detlef Schleicher1, Diana Eremyan2, Anna Gheonjian2, Roman Jobava2, Ali Sinai3, Friedel Gerfers4

1: Volkswagen AG, Germany; 2: EMCoS Ltd., Georgia; 3: University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Germany; 4: Technische Universität Berlin, Germany



Vehicle Electromagnetic Emissions: Challenges and Considerations

Konstantinos Pliakostathis, Marco Zanni, Germana Trentadue, Harald Scholz

Joint Research Centre, European Commission (JRC), Ispra, Italy

ISC-2: EMC Europe International Steering Committee
Location: Room 9
Chair: Jan Carlsson
Date: Friday, 06/Sep/2019
8:00am
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6:00pm
Registration
Location: Registration desk
9:00am
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10:40am
W_Fr_A_Room1: Automotive EMC (I)
Location: Room 1
Chair: Marco Klingler
T_Fr_A_Room2: Paper Preparation for the IEEE EMC Transactions
Location: Room 2
Chair: John Norgard
Chair: Perry Wilson
T_Fr_A_Room3: Uncertainty about uncertainties along the EMC-compliance chain
Location: Room 3
Chair: Pierre Beeckman
W_Fr_A_Room4: Measurements of conducted emissions in time domain and power-line filter design
Location: Room 4
Chair: Albert-Miquel Sánchez
Chair: F. Javier Pajares
T_Fr_A_Room5: Ionizing Radiation and Electromagnetic Interference on Integrated Circuits: from the need of combined tests to current solutions
Location: Room 5
Chair: Fabian Vargas
SCENT-ETOPIA: SCENT and ETOPIA projects
Location: Room 6
Chair: Frank Leferink
10:40am
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11:20am
Coffee Break
Location: Exhibition areas
11:20am
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12:40pm
W_Fr_B_Room1: Automotive EMC (II)
Location: Room 1
Chair: Marco Klingler
W_Fr_B_Room2: Computational Electromagnetics and Multiphysics Methods for Simulating Complex Electromagnetic Environment (I)
Location: Room 2
Chair: Wenyan Yin
W_Fr_B_Room3: Protecting Against the Risks of Lightning and EMI in Systems and Components (I)
Location: Room 3
Chair: Andy Plumer
W_Fr_B_Room4: Components and topologies for passive EMI/EMC filters useful in conducted emissions: a practical approach (I)
Location: Room 4
Chair: Ismael Molina Alba
T_Fr_B_Room5: EMI and power quality issues in Smart Cities and Transportation Systems (I)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Flavia Grassi
Chair: Petre-Marian Nicolae
 
12:40pm
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2:00pm
Lunch Break
2:00pm
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3:20pm
W_Fr_C_Room1: Automotive EMC (III)
Location: Room 1
Chair: Marco Klingler
W_Fr_C_Room2: Computational Electromagnetics and Multiphysics Methods for Simulating Complex Electromagnetic Environment (II)
Location: Room 2
Chair: Wenyan Yin
W_Fr_C_Room3: Protecting Against the Risks of Lightning and EMI in Systems and Components (II)
Location: Room 3
Chair: Andy Plumer
W_Fr_C_Room4: Components and topologies for passive EMI/EMC filters useful in conducted emissions: a practical approach (II)
Location: Room 4
Chair: Ismael Molina Alba
T_Fr_C_Room5: EMI and power quality issues in Smart Cities and Transportation Systems (II)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Flavia Grassi
Chair: Petre-Marian Nicolae
 
3:20pm
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4:00pm
Coffee Break
Location: Exhibition areas
4:00pm
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6:00pm
W_Fr_D_Room1: Automotive EMC (IV)
Location: Room 1
Chair: Marco Klingler
W_Fr_D_Room2: Computational Electromagnetics and Multiphysics Methods for Simulating Complex Electromagnetic Environment (III)
Location: Room 2
Chair: Wenyan Yin
W_Fr_D_Room3: Protecting Against the Risks of Lightning and EMI in Systems and Components (III)
Location: Room 3
Chair: Andy Plumer
W_Fr_D_Room4: Components and topologies for passive EMI/EMC filters useful in conducted emissions: a practical approach (III)
Location: Room 4
Chair: Ismael Molina Alba
T_Fr_D_Room5: EMI and power quality issues in Smart Cities and Transportation Systems (III)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Flavia Grassi
Chair: Petre-Marian Nicolae
 

 
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