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The Ninth International Conference on Computation in Electromagnetics CEM 2014  took place 31 st March – 1 st April 2014 at Imperial College London, UK. With around one hundred participants from over 20 countries it was not a very big but a lively event with fantastic discussions and interesting presentations. CEM 2014 has continued with the... read more...
Posted by David Houssein on IET Electromagnetics Network Apr 7, 2014 3:39 GMT
Following on from the announcement in the current issue of the EMC Journal that it would be the last one, it has been announced that it will be continuing in the same manner and will be produced completely by John Davies . EMCUK  will also continue organised completely by Alan Warner . The IET Electromagnetics TPN would like to extend our thanks to... read more...
Posted by David Houssein on IET Electromagnetics Network Dec 18, 2013 11:48 GMT

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I am looking for advice on the applicability of testing large synchronous machines for electromagnetic interference and emissions. Any advice at this time is greatly appreciated.
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Hi Martin - I would recommend a visit to the EMC UK conference. There will be plenty of consultants there. If you'd like to find out more then you can email
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Electromagnetics Resources

CEM 2011
This conference on Computation in Electromagnetics offers high quality presentations on computational techniques for solving problems in Electromagnetics.

Electromagnetics in Current and Emerging and Power Systems
This was a successful one day seminar on electromagnetics in current and emerging energy and power systems.

Extreme Electromagnetics – The Triple Threat to Infrastructure
This seminar covered 3 extreme electromagnetic environments that could cause damage to infrastructure through the interaction of an intense Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP).

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