AUGUST 1-5, 2022

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EMC+SIPI 2022 leads the industry in providing state-of-the-art education on EMC and Signal Integrity and Power Integrity techniques.

Call for Submissions Key Dates:

May 16, 2022 Final Paper, Workshop and Tutorial Submission Deadline


The health and safety of attendees is our top priority for the 2022 EMC + SIPI Symposium. IEEE Meetings, Conferences, & Events (MCE) and the Symposium Committee continue to monitor the impact of COVID-19, as well as updates and recommendations from public health officials, federal, state ,and local authorities.  We will adhere to all local guidelines and hotel-specific standards in order to host the event in person safely and effectively.
Currently in the State of Washington:
Effective March 1: Large events will no longer be required to verify the vaccination status of patrons.
Effective March 21: Mask requirements will no longer be required for most indoor establishments, including events.
Guidelines may continue to change, for the most up-to-date information regarding requirements please visit Spokane Regional Health District or the Washington State Department of Health.



Janet O'Neil


Hello All,

On behalf of the IEEE EMC Society, I invite you to join us over August 1-5, 2022 in beautiful Spokane, Washington for our annual symposium.  After two years of virtual symposia, we are looking forward to meeting safely in person!  With the city’s inspiring landscape combined with a thought-provoking technical program, consider the Spokane Symposium as your “sabbatical” to recharge on design and measurement techniques for EMC, Signal Integrity, and Power Integrity. The Symposium will feature technical sessions, interactive workshops/tutorials, standards sessions, experiments and demonstrations, technical exhibition, as well as social events that provide valuable opportunities to network!

While the virtual conferences we attended provided a great educational opportunity, my colleagues and I agree that there is no substitute for the informal, spontaneous discussions that take place at in-person events.  Several people have mentioned that many of their papers and technical collaborations, as well as new product ideas, have resulted from these in-person discussions.  We are looking forward to “recharging” in Spokane at the Symposium next year.

Our technical exhibition will provide you with an opportunity to learn from some of our key industries and discuss how their solutions can help you with your work and research.  We will have some technical activity in the exhibit hall to facilitate this interaction.

Our open-to-attend Standards Committee meetings will keep you up to date and inform you of pending changes to standards that may affect your products and/or services.  Do you have a question on a standard?  Ask the key contributors to the Standards directly at the symposium – something you cannot easily do on line! 

Be sure to check this website often for updates, or better yet, sign up for our newsletters now to get regular updates sent to your inbox.  We expect to announce our Keynote Speaker, an expanded IBIS contribution, as well as the return of a popular Short Course in the near future. 

We look forward to seeing you in Spokane!  If you have any questions, please contact us at symposiuminfo@emcss.org.

Janet O’Neil
General Chair, 2022 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal & Power Integrity (EMC+SIPI)





Janet O'Neil


You’re Invited!

On behalf of the Technical Program Committee, I would like to invite you to submit a paper (traditional, special session, abstract-reviewed) and/or a workshop, tutorial, experiment, or demonstration to the 2022 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal & Power Integrity (EMC+SIPI).  Special topic areas for the symposium include Automotive, Intentional EMI and Cybersecurity, Wireless (co-site EMI, 5G), Robotics, and Model Based Engineering.  We hope to meet IN PERSON in Spokane, Washington over August 1 - 5, 2022 where you can share your insight, ask questions, learn from the experts and innovators as well as see new products.  Your published paper will be available on IEEE Xplore® and gain wide exposure.

Presenting at the Symposium Enhances Your Career

Are you also, like me, tired of watching pre-recorded presentations on your flat screen?  Then plan to join the EMC family in person at the 2022 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal & Power Integrity, in Spokane, Washington.  Submit a proposal for a special session, submit a special session paper yourself or in collaboration with colleagues.  Or, write a traditional paper.  I am quite sure you have many results hidden somewhere in your files.  Could this be useful material for your colleagues in the EMC+SIPI community?  If so, then do not hesitate and write that paper!  We have two rounds of review so authors will receive useful, helpful comments in the first round from experienced reviewers that they can polish and update for the final paper.  If a traditional paper takes too much time and effort, consider submitting an abstract-reviewed paper.  Abstract-reviewed papers are only one page, but if accepted you can present your work at the symposium, discuss with colleagues, and maybe even pick-up new ideas! I remember presenting my first papers, and my first nervous presentations.  But this has helped me enormously throughout my career.  And has brought me many nice memories, such as Henry Ott approaching me at a symposium welcome reception, telling me that he liked my presentation earlier that day, and was also using a similar trick. Wow!

Presentation Format Options

In case you would like to have an extensive discussion about a topic, you can organize and propose a workshop or tutorial.  What is the difference?  A tutorial is more one directional, towards the audience, while a workshop is more interactive with more discussion.  Presentation slides only are required for workshops and tutorials; a paper is not required.  There are also experiments and demonstrations presentations, which provide a hands-on learning experience.

Make connections with your peers and contribute to advancing EMC+SIPI technology in the format that works best for you!  If you have questions on these format options or are considering contributing to the technical program of the EMC+SIPI Symposium for the first time, please contact us at symposiuminfo@emcss.org.

Frank Leferink,
Technical Program Committee Chair, EMC+SIPI 2022













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