Tutorial Proposals

ISAP2015 has implemented the following process to ensure only the best and most relevant tutorials are presented at ISAP2015. Authors or organisations interested in presenting tutorials should review the material and then e-mail their proposal to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for consideration.

  1. Tutorials are solicited in the same technical areas (and in closely related areas) described in the call for papers:
    • Electromagnetic Theory
    • Computational Electromagnetics, Modelling
    • Scattering and Diffraction
    • Optimization Methods
    • Mobile and Indoor Propagation
    • Terrestrial and Earth-space Propagation
    • Millimetre and Optical Wave Propagation
    • Radar, Remote Sensing, Radio-positioning and DOA Estimation
    • Electrically Small and Miniaturized Antennas
    • Mm-wave, THz and Optical Antennas
    • Phased Arrays and Smart Antennas
    • Multi-band, Wideband, and Ultra-Wideband Antennas
    • EBG, Metamaterials and Periodic Structures
    • Frequency-Selective Surfaces and Reflectarrays
    • Reconfigurable Antennas
    • Active Antennas
    • Antennas for Biomedical Applications, Body-Centric Antennas
    • Conformal and Flexible Antennas
    • Antennas for Base Stations and Handheld Devices
    • RFID and Wireless Sensing
    • Wireless Power Transmission and Energy Harvesting
    • Antennas for Radio-Astronomy
    • Antennas and Propagation for Wireless Sensor Networks
    • Diversity Antennas, MIMO Antennas and Systems
    • Vehicle and Satellite Antennas,
    • Antenna Measurements
    • Novel materials for RF devices, Graphene and Carbon-nanotubes
  2. Tutorials need to be 3 hours duration split into two 80 minute sessions with a 20 minute coffee break.
  3. Presentations should use a data projector – a white board can be made available upon request
  4. Presentation slides are expected to be shared with the tutorial participants and may be made available to them through the conference web site (password protected)
  5. Presentations are expected to have high technical content and teach new techniques (they should not be commercial advertisements)
  6. Tutorial submissions should be in writing, should describe the topic to be covered, should include sample presentations slides and should include a copy of the presenters biography.
  7. Tutorial proposals should be submitted by e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  8. The TPC member closest to the tutorial area will liaise with the proposer  and make a recommendation about the proposal to the TPC.
  9. The ISAP2015 TPC will review the submission and liaison recommendation and advise the applicant of the outcome of their submission in writing by 28th August 2015

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