Aloha! Amateur Radio-related activities will be part of the IEEE International Microwave Symposium (IMS) June 4-9 in Honolulu, Hawaii. IMS is sponsored by the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society and is part of Microwave Week, when the IEEE RFIC Symposium and ARFTG Conference meet at the same location.
Rick Campbell, KK7B, will moderate an Amateur Radio panel, “Using Amateur Radio to Enhance Engineering Education.” The lineup of presenters includes “Mr. Moonbounce,” Al Katz, K2UYH, a professor of engineering science at The College of New Jersey; Robert Caverly, WB4PWZ, an IEEE Fellow and professor at Villanova; Zoya Popovic, AC0XJ, a professor at the University of Colorado-Boulder, and Rainer Kronberger, DF5MO, a professor at the Cologne University of Applied Sciences.
The IMS is an annual international meeting for technologists involved in all aspects of microwave theory and practice.