News:

  • The WPW2019 Call for Papers is here
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    Important Dates:

     

    Abstract Submission

    25th January 2019

     

    Author Notification

    15th March 2019

     

    Early Bird Registration

    TBC

     

    Final Papers Due

    26th April 2019

     

    WPW2019 Tutorials

    TBC

     

     

     

   

 

Wireless Power Week

 

17-21 June 2019, LONDON

 

Bringing together the two major wireless power events: IEEE MTT Wireless Power Transfer Conference (WPTC) and IEEE PELS Workshop on Emerging Technologies: Wireless Power (WoW)


Wireless Power Week Co-Chairs:
Paul D. Mitcheson, Imperial College London
Hubregt J. Visser, Eindhoven University of Technology

Conference
Location:

IET London: Savoy Place
2 Savoy Pl, London WC2R 0BL
London SW1Y 5AG

 

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Technical Topics of Interest:

 

    Track 1 (WoW1): Technologies for Wireless Power Transfer Systems:

     

  • Near-field (inductive, resonant) power transfer

  • Power management and power electronics

  • Coils, resonators, modelling, simulation and design

  • Static and dynamic wireless charging

  • Directional and omni-directional wireless power transfer

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    Track 2 (WoW2/WPTC1): Applications of Wireless Power Transfer and Energy Harvesting:

     

  • Mobile and personal devices

  • Home/industrial applications

  • Electric vehicles

  • Biomedical implants and medical devices

  • Standardization, regulations and biological effects

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    Track 3 (WPTC2): Transmitters, Receivers, Circuits and Systems for Wireless Power Transfer and Energy Harvesting:

     

  • Coil and antenna design

  • Microwave transmission and beaming

  • High-frequency AC-DC rectifier circuits

  • Rectennas and rectenna arrays

  • RFID and electronic tags

  • Integrated circuits for Wireless Power Transfer and energy harvesting systems

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    Track 4 (WoW3/WPTC3): Devices, Systems and Technologies Related to Wireless Power Transfer and Energy Harvesting:

     

  • Environmental and health effects

  • EMC/EMI, shielding and co-existence of wireless power and signal transfer

  • Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G

  • Efficiency improvement techniques

  • Components and circuits