The IMOC 2011 is using the JEMS Conference Management System, provided by SBC (Brazilian Computing Society) to manage the paper submission and review processes. The access address is: http://submissoes.sbc.org.br/imoc2011

Important Dates

DEADLINE FOR PAPER SUBMISSION: May 7, 2011
DEADLINE FOR PAPER SUBMISSION: June 15, 2011 - New
DEADLINE FOR SHORT COURSES PROPOSAL SUBMISSIONS: May 7, 2011
DEADLINE FOR SHORT COURSES PROPOSAL SUBMISSIONS: June 15, 2011
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE/REJECTION TO AUTHOR: August 18, 2011 - New
CONFERENCE: Oct. 29 – Nov. 01, 2011

Suggested Topics:

1) Microwave, Millimeter and Nanometer Components,  Devices  and Circuits
2) Optoelectronic Devices and Related Techniques
3) Monolithic Integrated Circuit Technology
4) Microwave-Photonics Designs
5) Optical Amplifiers
6) Photonic Network Theory and Networks
7) Wireless and Mobile Subsystems and Devices
8) Wireless and Optical Local Area Networks
9) Metropolitan and Wide Area Networks
10) Modulation Techniques for Cellular and HDTV
11) Microwave and Optical Sensors
12) Microwave and Optical Measurements
13) Field Theory and Guided Waves
14) Computational Electromagnetic

15) Numerical Methods in Microwave and Photonics
16) Electromagnetic Compatibility
17) Antenna Analysis and Design
18) Adaptive, Active, and Smart Antennas
19) Indoor and Urban Propagation Modeling
20) Radio Propagation and Remote Sensing
21) Radio and Radar Meteorology
22) Satellite Communications
23) Biomedical Technologies and Effects
24) Industrial Applications
25) Broadband Access Technologies
26) Military Applications
27) Microwave Education

Short Course Information

A short course is defined as an educational endeavor, typically of lecture format, generally to introduce both the fundamental tenants and state-of the-art practice of a particular or technique in a four-hour period of time. Short courses should be submitted through one of two submission options depending on the short course topic. For the special session on Broadband Access Technology, authors must submit proposal to robson.domingos@indt.org.br. Considering ordinary conference topics, authors should use JEMS system (submission as a paper for oral presentation). Submissions must contain the short course description by means of an abstract followed by the course table of contents.
Typically, short courses are half day (approximately 4 hours) in duration and employ one to several instructors. Hands-on demonstrations (for example, for computers or laboratory instruments) are possible but require additional logistic and fiscal considerations when planned. Some form of course text such as copies of audio visual aids employed or reprints/preprints from journals or textbooks (within copyright compliance) are generally provided to each attendee for future reference.
After the acceptance notification, Authors must submit a course textbook which will be printed and distributed to attendees.

Best Student Paper Award

IMOC2011 will present Best Student Paper Awards. All accepted papers whose first author is a full time student will participate in this competition. Please indicate your participation by selecting the Category "Oral - Student Award" or "Poster - Student Award" when submitting your paper through JEMS.

Registration Policy

All IMOC2011 paper presenters must register at the FULL rate.  For authors presenting multiple papers, one FULL registration is valid for up to two papers.