2019 IEEE International Symposium on Phased Array Systems and Technology

October 15 – 18, 2019

Submit a Paper

Phased array systems continue to be a rapidly evolving technology with steady advances motivated by the challenges presented to modern government and commercial applications. This symposium will present the most recent advances in phased array technology. It also offers a unique opportunity to interact with international colleagues during two days of tutorials and numerous social events including sit down lunches, a welcome reception cocktail hour, and a dinner banquet.

Download a pdf version of the Call for Papers here!

Suggested Topics:

  • System Architecture
  • Apeture Design
  • Antenna Elements
  • Beamforming Techniques
  • T/R Modules
  • Signal Processing for Arrays
  • Array Measurements
  • Advanced Materials
  • Packaging and Manufacturing Techniques
  • Applied Computational Electromagnetics
  • 5G
  • Metamaterials
  • Radio Astronomy

Important Deadlines:

  • 15 March 2019:  Full paper submission deadline
  • 30 April 2019: Author notification of paper acceptance
  • 1 September 2019: Conference registration deadline for accepted authors

All submissions must be submitted through the Conference Management Tool (CMT) located at: https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/PAST2019

New users to the CMT must register.  Use either the: “Registration” link or the “Create Account” link to register.

You will be prompted through the sign up wizard to create an account.  Once your account has been created you may begin submitting to the conference.  Please note that a short, text only abstract – up to 5,000 characters – is required, in addition to uploading a file of your paper.  There is a section on the electronic submission form in the CMT that will allow you to enter your abstract.

All paper submissions will be peer reviewed and must be received in PDF format via the CMT web site on or before Friday, 15 March 2019. This is a firm dead-line. Papers will not be accepted after this date.  

Papers must be in IEEE dual-column format and must be 2 pages (minimum) to 8 pages (maximum) in length including figures. 

IEEE Conference Templates can be found here! 

We hope you find this tool useful, as you will be able to login and view/update your submission until the submission deadline of 15 March 2019. Technical help with the submission site should be directed to Kathleen Ballos at kathleen@ballos.com.