70th Anniversary Issue

Announcing a very Special Issue

Celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the MTT Society

Initial Manuscript Submission Deadline: Monday, October 3rd, 2022

AUTHORS WHO ARE CURRENTLY PLANNING TO SUBMIT MANUSCRIPTS:
Gabriel Rebeiz, UC San Diego; Jim Hwang, Cornell U.; Zoya Popovic, Univ. of Colorado; Adrian Tang, UCLA/JPL; Goutam Chattopadhyay, NASA JPL; Steve Cripps, Cardiff Univ.; Ali Hajimiri, Caltech; Victor Lubecke, Univ. of Hawaii; Kaushik Sengupta, Princeton U.; Christian Waldschmidt, Univ. of Ulm; Nelson Fonseca, ESA, Oscar Peverini, Italian National Research Council, Tie Jun Cui, Univ. of Illinois; Mahmoud Wagih and Steve Beeby, Univ. of South Hampton; Etienne Perret, Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble; Ke Wu, Montreal Polytechnic Univ.; Nuno Carvalho,  Universidade de Aveiro; Apostolos Georgiadis, Imperial College London; Francisco Medina and Francisco Mesa, University of Sevilla; Ben Williams, UCLA; Kamal Samanta, Sony Europe BV; Thomas Kaiser, Darmstadt Univ.; Wolfgang Hoefer,  Univ. of Victoria; Tan Phu Vuong, Grenoble Univ.; John Bandler, McMaster Univ., ….

The Microwave Theory and Technology Society is celebrating 70 years of service to the microwave engineering and science communities throughout 2022. This special issue of the IEEE Journal of Microwaves will document some of the many topic areas and significant contributions that have been made over the years.

General interest review articles, historic accounts, and new contributions highlighting developments that have come out of our rich historic narrative are all welcome.

If you have a particular idea or topic you would like to contribute please contact our special issue guest editor: Professor Ke Wu, Ecole Polytechnique, Montreal, Canada (ke.wu@polymtl.ca) or Peter Siegel, JMW Editor-in-Chief (phs@caltech.edu).

The deadline for submission of initial manuscripts is Monday, October 3rd, 2022. Final upload of accepted paper proofs is December 1, 2022. All production ready manuscripts will be posted on IEEE Xplore Early Access and will appear in final paginated sequence in the Special Issue – scheduled for final release in January 2023.

Manuscripts should be formatted and submitted using the instructions, templates and links that can be found at: https://mtt.org/publications/journal-of-microwaves/manuscript-submission/.  Contributed papers should be targeted at ten pages but review and special invited papers can be longer. All submissions will be reviewed in accordance with the normal procedures of the Journal. Please tag uploaded papers as “Special Issue” at Manuscript Central.

Additional multidisciplinary topics and regular research articles will also be considered. Prospective authors should contact our Guest Editor or Editor-in-Chief if they wish to suggest or discuss specific contributions.

We hope you will consider contributing to this Special Issue of IEEE Journal of Microwaves and continue to support the journal through your regular research submissions.