German Microwave Conference - GeMIC 2006

Wiesbeck, Werner (edt.); Thumm, Manfred (edt.)

Welcome to the German Microwave Conference - GeMiC 2006 - which will be held from March 28 to 30, 2006 in Karlsruhe, Germany. The conference site, the Auditorium Maximum of the University Karlsruhe (TH), is located near the Baroque Palace in the center of Karlsruhe, Germany. Founded in 1825 as the first Polytechnical School in Germany, the areas that the University has traditionally focused on are engineering, the natural sciences and economics. Heinrich Hertz conceived and performed his brilliant fundamental experiments confirming Maxwell's theory at the University of Karlsruhe (1886-1888). The University of Karlsruhe has close scientific and academic relations to the Karlsruhe Research Center (Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe); this is one of the largest national science and engineering research institutions in Europe. We would like to thank the many scientists and engineers who are attending the GeMiC 2006. A very strong program has been assembled with 1 plenary and 21 normal sessions, including 7 invited and 108 contributed papers from both international and German authors. It will provide ample room for scientific exchange of information about latest achievements in the field of technologies, circuits and systems. In order to come together and to know each other, there will be a conference dinner on Wednesday, March 29, 2006. Parallel to the conference, an exhibition will take place, where major suppliers and representatives of RF & microwave equipment will present their products. The exhibition is organized by GEROTRON. We also thank the institutional sponsors of the GeMiC 2006, the University Karlsruhe (TH), and the Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe (Karlsruhe Research Center), the IEEE as co-sponsor through the IEEE MTT Society, and the German IEEE MTT/AP Chapter, as well as the Expert Groups "Microwave Techniques" and "Antennas" of the German VDE/ITG. It is organized by the German Institute for Microwave and Antenna Technology, IMA, a scientific, non-profit organization with the intention to promote R&D activities at universities, research centers and companies in the fields of microwaves, antennas and optoelectronics. Werner Wiesbeck and Manfred Thumm Conference Chairmen

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