4GCMEA 2020

The 4th Global Congress on Microwave Energy Applications

August 17-20, 2020, Chengdu, China

Welcome to 4GCMEA 2020


Sichuan University together with China Association of Microwave Power Applications are pleased to announce that the 4th Global Congress on Microwave Energy Applications (4th GCMEA) will be held in Chengdu, China during August 17-20, 2020. The GCMEA happens every 4 years in a different continent (previous venues where in Japan, USA and New Zealand), as the Summer Olympic Games. It has been set to be a huge window where worldwide advances can be shared globally. The event will take its shape with several worldwide recognized outstanding personalities who will provide Plenary Lectures on the most updated state of the art in MW and RF Science and Technology. A short course preceding the main Congress will take place comprising of five lectures, for those who want to acquire new skills.

The scope of the Conference is concentrated on microwave energy applications, and includes, among other topics:

Energy and Environment: Microwave Green Processing, Microwave Plasmas, Microwave Pyrolysis Microwaves in Everyday Life: Food, Transportation, Construction, Ceramics, Metals, Polymers, Medical, Chemical
Devices Delivery Systems
Enhanced Chemical Reactions Microwave Assisted extraction
Nanotechnology Meta-Materials
Material Synthesis Industrial applications / Manufacturing / Processing Controls
Equipments Dielectric and Magnetic Measurements at microwave frequencies
New innovation and commercial strategies Process Control
Modeling and numerical techniques Other relevant topics
Radiation safety and standards  


Important Dates

Abstract Submission Deadline
Thu, June 20, 2019
Acceptance Notification
Fri, July 5, 2019
Full Paper Submmission Deadline
Mon, August 5, 2019
Registration Deadline
Fri, July 10, 2020

Committees


4th GCMEA General Chair





Scientific Committee

TBA

Local Organizing Committee

TBA

Organizer Introduction

Sichuan University (SCU) is one of China's top universities, attached to the Ministry of Education. It is located in Chengdu, a famous historical and cultural capital city of Sichuan Province, known as the land of abundance. It consists of three campuses:Wangjiang, Huaxi and Jiang'an, covering an area of 470 hectares and boasting 2.515 million square meters of floor space. The university campuses, with their favorable environment and beautiful landscape, make a wonderful place for learning and research. Sichuan University is an institution that comprises three former national universities: the former Sichuan University, the former Chengdu University of Science and Technology, and the former West China University of Medical Sciences. The history of Sichuan University dates back to the Sichuan Chinese and Western School founded by Lu Chuanlin, Governor of Sichuan in 1896 on the orders of Emperor Guangxu. It is the earliest modern institute of higher education in Southwest China. The former Chengdu University of Science and Technology was one of the earliest multi-disciplinary engineering universities established through a restructuring program of colleges and universities. The former West China University of Medical Sciences, original West China Union University, was established by western Christian missionaries in Chengdu in 1910. It was not only one of the first universities in the western tradition, but also one of the pioneering universities to offer postgraduate programs in China.

Programme


Plenary Talks

TBA

Short Courses

TBA

Round Table Discussion

TBA

Conference Programme

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Attendance


Submission Guidelines

TBA

Registration

TBA

Location


Chengdu Attractions

Chengdu is the capital of southwestern China's Sichuan province. Chengdu's history dates back to at least the 4th century B.C., when it served as capital for the Shu Kingdom. Artifacts from that dynasty are the focus of the Jinsha Site Museum. The city is also home to the famous Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, a conservation center where visitors can view endangered giant pandas in a natural habitat. The Shufengya Yun Sichuan Opera showcases traditional opera, which includes fire-breathing and face-changing (sleight-of-hand mask changes). Du Fu Thatched Cottage Museum explores the life and works of a renowned Tang Dynasty poet. Contrasting with the New Century Global Center, a massive shopping complex containing hotels and a water park, are numerous quaint teahouses scattered throughout the modern metropolis. The city is famed for its cuisine, defined by the spicy Sichuan peppercorn, which flavors hot-pot dishes and other regional specialties.

Contact


  • Conference Secretary: TBA
    Telphone: 028-89000666
    Email: TBA

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