At first, there were two conferences organized in conjunction with the European Microwave Conference: the GAAS Symposium and the European Conference on Wireless Technologies EuWiT. Starting 2004, however, one more Conference is organized in the frame of EuMW: the European Radar Conference (EuRAD). This brings to four the number of Conferences organized during the EuMW, with associated workshops, short courses, and focused sessions. Since 2006, the GAAS Conference has evolved into The European Microwave Integrated Circuits (EuMIC) Conference.
As a result, the organization of the EuMW has become rather complex. This is the reason why detailed Guidelines
have been issued by EuM
A to ensure a smooth organization and management of the event. They are at the disposal of the officers in charge of any part of the EuMW.
The site http://www.eumweek.com of each EuMW publishes specific information on Visa Requests
, depending on the specific organizing country. Such information can be found in the Section devoted to Visitor Information. A valid passport may be required for entry into the organizing countries. Since these countries are all in the European Union, no visa is usually required for travellers with passports from a number of countries, like for instance: European Union, United States, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Australia or Singapore. Visa may possibly be required for travellers from other countries. For more information on this, please have a look at http://www.eumweek.com
. If you need a visa, you normally have to check with the Embassy of the organizing country in your own country, at least 2 months prior to the EuMW
. There is most probably an associated web site where you can obtain the correct information. If you require a letter of invitation to support a visa application, you should contact the Visa Assistant
whose name and address are normally mentioned in http://www.eumweek.com.
The European Microwave Association will usually grant permission to reproduce papers, from the European Microwave Week, European Microwave Conference, European Conference on Wireless technologies, European Radar Conference or elsewhere, or extracts from papers, including illustrations and diagrams. Requests must be submitted in writing to the address indicated in the linked document Permission Requests
. Permission is granted on condition that the source of the material, including author, date and copyright owner are acknowledged. In all cases the copyright owner is the European Microwave Association.
Papers from all past EuMCs, EuMICs, EuRADs, and ECWT, from 2004 on, are now available on IEEE Xplore