3-7 June 2018, Montréal, Canada
Without the burden of physical power cables, wireless power technologies using magnetic coupling transfer power from a few milliwatts to hundreds of kilowatts with transfer distances from a few millimeters to hundreds of millimeters. It makes our lives certainly more convenient, comfortable and productive than any previous generation. In the future, wireless power technologies would be completely integrated into our daily life supplying power to our personal electronic devices, wearable/implantable electronics, home appliances and electric vehicles.
2018 Wireless Power Week (2018WPW) is the inaugural and largest wireless power event in the world, jointly cosponsored by IEEE PELS and MTT Societies. For the first time, this event combines three major conferences in the field: IEEE PELS Workshop on Emerging Technologies: Wireless Power (WoW), IEEE MTT-S Wireless Power Transfer Conference (WPTC), and Wireless Power Congress of the Wireless Power Consortium. They will be held co-locally in Montréal, Canada, bringing together and allowing interactions of the world's experts in wireless power technologies. As a part of the 2018WPW, the IEEE WoW features keynote speeches and regular technical sessions on the theory, analysis, design, testing and applications of wireless power technologies.
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Deadline for Digest Submission: January 31, 2018
Notification of Acceptance: March 12, 2018
Final Paper Submission: April 30, 2018
a. Magnetics, coils and resonator designs
b. Directional and omni directional wireless power systems
c. Power inverters/converters for wireless power systems
a. Mobile and personal devices
b. Electric vehicles
c. Biomedical implants
d. Industry/home appliances
a. Modelling, simulation and optimization
b. Static and dynamic wireless charging
c. Control and power management
a. Environmental impacts and health effects
b. EMC/EMI standards and regulations
c. Components and integrated circuit