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German Microwave Conference (GeMiC)

About the Conference

 

The German Microwave Conference (GeMiC) is a major scientific event in the field of RF & Microwaves, Antennas and Optoelectronics in Germany. The conference is organized by the German Institute for Microwave and Antenna Technology (IMA) and the Information Technology Society within VDE (ITG), scientific, non-profit organizations with the intention to promote R&D activities at universities, research centers and companies. The conference is strongly supported by the German MTT/AP Joint Chapter, the Expert Groups ”Microwave Techniques” and ”Antennas” of the German VDE/ITG.

With its presentations, workshops and its microwave exhibition, GeMiC offers plenty of opportunities to exchange scientific and technical information. Each year, the conference strives to establish and foster collaboration as well as promoting young researchers, both at German and international levels.

 

 

GeMiC 2019 Stuttgart

 

The 12th German Microwave Conference 2019, March 25–27, will be hosted by the University of Stuttgart in cooperation with IMA e.V. and VDE/ITG. GeMiC 2019 provides a unique platform to exchange with experts and to meet colleagues from industry, research institutes, and universities. 

Located in the center of Germany's largest exporting metropolis and the number one high tech region in Europe, Stuttgart features many parks, a great cultural scene, iconic city districts with a bustling club scene, vineyards in the heart of the city, mineral baths for relaxation and much more. The conference will take place at the Liederhalle convention center. Stuttgart international airport (STR) is easily accessible by commuter train service and Frankfurt airport (FRA) can be reached by ICE high speed train within 75 minutes. 

More information on the conference is available at the Conference Website.

History - Past Conferences

The German Microwave Conference was first held at the University of Ulm in April 2005, see the historic Conference Programme. The original aim was to present a national and international forum for microwave researchers and engineers throughout Germany. In more than one decade, the conference has exceeded all expectations: It is growing constantly and has become a great platform for both science and networking, attracting participants and exhibitors from all over the world.

2018 Freiburg
2016 Bochum
2015 Nürnberg
2014 Aachen
2012 Ilmenau
2011 Darmstadt
2010 Berlin
2009 München
2008 Hamburg-Harburg
2006 Karlsruhe
2005 Ulm