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President's Message:
Looking Back at a Successful Year

Gianluca Lazzi, AP-S President

December 2022


As 2022 comes to a close, I cannot help but reflect on the many things that we accomplished together this year. The highlight of the year is that our flagship conference and most of our sponsored conferences have been held “in person.” All conferences have enjoyed tremendous success, with strong participation, wonderful scientific discussions, and exchanges of ideas. Our 2022 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and U.S. National Committee for the International Union of Radio Science Radio Science Meeting, held in July, in Denver, CO, USA, was a truly memorable event: the technical program consisted of approximately 1,400 orally presented papers, 15 parallel technical sessions during each day of the conference, 24 special sessions, and 11 short courses and workshops. There were approximately 1,500 registered attendees, and a record number of over 600 students registered. Highlights of the symposium included three outstanding keynote presentations from industry, government, and large international collaborations; 50 exhibitors in one of the best-attended exhibits recorded at our flagship conference; and 10 interactive industrial demonstrations.

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The Travel Diaries of Distinguished Lecturer Levent Sevgi

 

South America, January 10 – 20, 2023

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USA, October 2 – 15, 2022

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Spotlight on Women’s Research in Antennas and Propagation

Spotlight on Womens’ Research in Antennas and Propagation

A special collection of articles from OJAP published in 2021. Guest Editors: Lei Guo, Irene Karanasiou and Sima Noghanian.

March 8, 2022 

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In this episode of OJAP TALKS, OJAP’s Associate Editor, Dr Qammer Abbasi, talks with Prof. Kwai-Man Luk from the City University of Hong Kong. Prof. Luk speaks about the transformative power of millimeter-wave antenna technologies for next-generation wireless applications. He discusses the latest trends in millimeter-wave antenna design and goes through the key challenges towards achieving miniaturization, wide bandwidth, and increased performance. He also sheds light on the enabling role of liquid antennas for future communications and reflects on the opportunities presented by reconfigurable intelligent metasurfaces for mobile communications, sensing, energy harvesting, and wireless power transfer.


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AP-S Membership Distributions by Regions-December 2021

AP-S Membership Distributions by Regions-December 2021

AP-S Chapter Counts as of Dec 4 2021 AP-S Memberships Counts as of Dec 4 2021