IEEE Radio & Wireless Week

22 - 25 January 2023
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Workshops:

Recognized experts and scientists from both academia and industry have been invited to join RWW and bring fresh ideas and new concepts to the workshop audience. As a result, the following 7 workshops, covering a wide spectrum of up-to-date RF/microwave topics, have been prepared. In an effort to include a more diverse audience, the RWW organizers have elected to offer a hybrid option for WORKSHOP participation.

  • RF and mmW Devices, Circuits and Systems for Low Earth
  • Radar-based vital sign sensing – the latest trends
  • Hands-On Workshop: D-Band FMCW Radar – Basics and Signal Processing
  • Health Aspects of Millimeter-Wave Radiations in 5G and Beyond

 

Distinguished Lecturers’ Talks:

  • “Extreme Field Control with Electromagnetic Metasurfaces”, Anthony Grbic, University of Michigan, USA
  • “Multi-Function Multi-Band Reconfigurable High-Q Filters”,Raafat R. Mansour, University of Waterloo, Canada
  • “mm-Wave System and Circuit Design for Highly-Integrated Radar Transceivers”, Vadim Issakov, Technische Universitat Braunschweig, Germany
  • “Quantum Computing: What Is It, How Does It Work, And What Are The Opportunities For Microwave Engineers?”, Joseph Bardin, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA

 

Panel Session

Beamforming solutions for terrestrial and space applications

 


Short Courses:

  • “Power Amplifier Characterization/Automation for Digital Predistortion (DPD) Metrics and Algorithm Validations”, Anis Ben Arfi, Analog Devices
  • “Linearization of Power Amplifiers used in Radio Frequency (RF) Transmitters”, R. Neil Braithwaite, Keysight Technologies
  • Wave-Matter Interaction at Millimeter-Wave Frequencies”, Prof. Abbas Omar, University of Magdeburg, Germany