3rd Thailand-Japan Microwave Student Workshop
(3rd TJMW Student Workshop)

Nov. 14, 2022, Virtual Workshop

General Information

Tutorials & Student Sessions

The 3rd Thailand-Japan Student Workshop (3rd TJMW-SW) offers intensive tutorials and student sessions on state-of-the-art RF, microwave, millimeterwave and terahertz-wave theory and techniques. The workshop will be held virtually on November 14, 2022. Satellite sites may be set up depending on the status of Covid-19. The latest information will be posted on the Web site.

Abstract submission for Student session

Students are invited to present their work on RF, microwave, millimeter-wave and terahertz-wave theory and techniques. The topic includes but is not limited to:

A. Active Devices and Circuits

Low-noise devices and circuits, high-power devices and circuits, control circuits (mixers, oscillators, switches, etc.), MMICs and HMICs (receivers, transmitters, etc.), silicon RF devices

B. Passive Components

Filters and resonators, ferrite and surface wave components, packaging techniques, passive devices and circuits, waveguides, transmission lines

C. Systems

Communication systems, microwave applications (ITS, SPS, etc.), microwave medical & biological applications/EMC/EMI, phased array antenna systems

D. Fundamental theory and techniques

Scattering and propagation, electromagnetic field theory and CAD, antenna theory and designs, microwave photonics, microwave superconductivity, measurement techniques

E. Emerging Technologies

RF MEMS, active antennas, photonic bandgap and artificial metamaterials, software defined radio, wireless LAN/Bluetooth, and wireless power transfer

Authors have to submit the following information by October 21, 2022:

  1. Presenter's name
  2. All author's name
  3. Affiliations
  4. Paper title
  5. 100-word abstract
Submission site: https://forms.gle/dz3yby6HsMCb42rJ8
(No paper submission is required.)

All student presenters will be assigned to oral sessions in the workshop. Tentatively, each student presenter is required to prepare a 5-minute video clip for the oral presentation. The finalized presentation time will be announced after the abstract submission deadline. All the submitted abstracts will be edited as abstract book.

Student Award

All student presentations will be judged by the 3rd TJMW-SW Committee, and the best presenter from each of Thai and Japanese students will be awarded the Presentation Award. Also, the second best presenter from each of Thai and Japanese students will be awarded the Encouragement Award. The winners will be honored at the end of the workshop and receive electronic certificates.

Instructions for Presenters

All student presentations are video-based. Please read the following instructions carefully and prepare your video file.

  1. Video length should NOT exceed 5 minutes.
  2. Long videos will be cut off at 5 minutes.
  3. Only MP4 file format is available.
  4. The maximum file size is 30 MB.
  5. Filename format: [Presentation number]_[Presenter's name].mp4
Your filename is "1B-7_Taro Denshi.mp4".

You can record your presentation using Zoom. The procedure for making video clips is the same as in APMC 2022 sponsored by the IEICE. Please refer to the following website for instructions.
Instruction website: http://apmc2022.org/b/recording.html

Note that the file size is 50 MB or less for APMC 2022, but 30 MB or less for 3rd TJMW-SW.

Please upload your video file to the submission website by November 10, 2022.
The URL of the submission website was sent via e-mail.
If you have not received the e-mail, please contact: ktakano(TJMW)rs.tus.ac.jp.
(Replace (TJMW) with @.)

If the video is not submitted by the deadline, the application will be withdrawn.