Welcome to the 12th UK/Europe-China Workshop on Millimetre-Waves and Terahertz Technologies (UCMMT) 2019 which will be held at the Graduate Centre, Queen Mary University of London on 20-22 August 2019.
London is the largest city in the European Union and the hub for innovation in multi-disciplinary world-leading research. It is home to some of the most visited tourist attractions and museums in the world. You will have plenty to do and see!
The UCMMT was created in 2008 to stimulate and strengthen scientific collaboration and knowledge and cultural exchange. The workshop is held annually, alternating between Europe and China. This conference is now well established and has become a special premier international forum for the exchange of ideas on state-of-the-art research in mmWave and THz science and technologies.
For more information, please visit our Keynote Speaker page.
Professor Sir Colin Humphreys
CBE, FREng, FRS
Professor of Materials Science, Queen Mary University of London
Dr. Hanyang Wang
Ph.D, C.Eng, FIET
Huawei Fellow, Chief Terminal Antenna Expert, HUAWEI Technologies
Professor Wei Hong
Ph.D, Fellow of IEEE, Fellow of CIE
Director of State Key Laboratory of Millimetre Waves, Southeast University
Title: The Role of mmWave and THz Technologies in the Evolution of 5G to 6G
Prof. Yong Fan
Ph.D, Senior member of IEEE , Senior member of Chinese Institute of Electronics
Dean of School of Electronic Engineering, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China(UESTC)
Title: All Solid State Terahertz Circuits and Radar Systems
Mr. David R. Vizard
Co-founder of VivaTech SARL France
Title: Vector Network Analyzer Extenders for the Low THz Range ; New Configurations and Recent Applications
For more information, please visit our Special Session page.
For more information, please visit our Panel Session page.
The topics of UCMMT 2019 include (but are not limited to) the following technical areas:
- Space applications
- Earth observation
- Solid state
- Vacuum electronics
- Measurement & characterization
- Materials and metamaterials
- mm and THz wave propagation
Prospective authors are invited to submit manuscripts in electronic (PDF) format only. All papers must be written in English and limited to 4 pages including text, references, and figures.
Best Student Paper Awards
Best Student Paper Awards Awards will be presented to the winners and runners-up at the conference. The Awards Committee will judge the papers primarily on originality, significance, technical soundness, presentation, and reviewers’ reports. To qualify for the Best Student Paper, the author must be a full-time student who presents, as the first author, the paper.
UCMMT 2019 presents a unique opportunity for industrial and academic stakeholders to exhibit their work and products. This also applies to publishers and research groups interested in demonstrating their scientific progress and state-of-the-art progress within the main topics of the conference. For more information and options, please contact Dr Yasir Alfadhl