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Paper Submission and Guidelines

Submission of digests

Authors are requested to submit short papers outlining the relevance and the originality of their works. Authors of accepted papers will be invited to present their research work at the Conference by oral or poster presentations.

Digests are to be submitted in one-page, double-column, PDF file format, and in accordance with the following template files:

When submitting your digest, you have to select a category number that most fits your digest, e.g. 2(b) or 4(a). See the list here.

The deadline for the digest submission is April 17, 2016    April 22nd, 2016.

On-line submission is mandatory on the ConfTool web site:

www.conftool.pro/cefc2016

All contributions will undergo a peer review to determine their suitability for the inclusion in the conference record. Notiļ¬cation of acceptance will be given on June 22. 2016.

Questions concerning the digest preparation may be addressed to:

CEFC 2016 Editorial

Email: editorial@cefc2016.org

Topics List

Authors of papers should select one or two keywords from the following keyword list (for example, primary: 3(d), secondary: 1(b)):  

1. Static and Quasi-static Fields (a) Electrostatics, (b) Magnetostatics, (c) Eddy Currents, (d) Numerical Methods, (e) Others  

2. Wave Propagation (a) Scattering, (b) Radiation, (c) Time and Frequency Domain, (d) Microwaves, (e) Antennas, (f) Numerical Methods, (g) Radiative Transfer, (h) Others  

3. Material Modeling (a) Superconducting Materials, (b) Composite Materials, (c) Hysteresis and Anisotropy, (d) Permanent Magnets, (e) Magnetostrictive or Piezoceramic Materials,  (e) Microwave Absorbing Materials, (g) Ab-initio Quantum Mechanical Modeling,  (h) Others  

4. Coupled Problems (Electromagnetic Field Problems Coupled to): (a) Mechanical Problems, (b) Electric Circuits, (c) Thermal Problems, (d) Micromagnetics, (h) Others  

5. Numerical Techniques (a) Mesh Generation and Adaptive Meshing, (b) Solving Linear Systems of Equations, (c) Eigenvalue Problems, (d) Nonlinear Problems, (e) Parallel and Vector Computations, (f) Others  

6. Optimization and Design (a) Sensitivity Analysis, (b) Deterministic Methods, (c) Stochastic Methods, (d) Neural Networks, (e) Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems, (f) Others  

7. Software Methodology (a) Software Design, (b) Software Engineering and Software Quality, (c) Computer Graphics and Data Representation, (d) Man-machine Interfaces, (e) Computer Aided Engineering in Classroom, (f) Others  

8. Nanomagnetics (a) Spintronis, (b) MEMS/NEMS, (c) Magnetic Recording, (d) MRAM, (e) Micromagnetics Modeling, (f) Ab-initio Magnetic Paranetics Calculating, (g) others  

9. Nanophotonics (a) Adaptive optics, (b) Optical Detectors, (c) Electro-optics, (d) Near Field Modeling, (e) Others  

10. Bioelectric Field Computation (a) Numerical Approximation, (b) Biomedical Signal Processing, (c) Three-dimensional Geometric Modeling, (d) Constrained Optimization, (e)  Large Scale Computing, (f) Scientific Visualization, (g)  Integrated Software Environments, (h) Others  

11. Devices and Applications (a) Electric Machines and Drives, (b) Nondestructive Testing, (c) Induction Heating, (d) Power Electronics Devices, (e) Wave Guides, (f)  Microwaves Resonators, (g) Magnetic Recording, (h) Microsystems, (i)  Biomedical Applications, (j) Charged Particles Trajectories, (k) Accelerators, (l) Electromagnetic Launchers, (m) Fusion Machines, (n) Electromagnetic Compatibility, (o) Others