Since the first ISEF edition was held in the castle of Uniejow 45 years ago, just near Lodz, Poland, which is the founding country of the Symposium, many editions were organized all around European universities with a great success. Thanks to its ever growing reputation, ISEF became soon prestigious conference and gained prominent position in the electrical and electronic engineering, and in particular, in electromagnetic community. The ISEF conferences provide a unique opportunity for scientists, researchers and engineers from all around the world, to discuss the state of the art and new developments in computational electromagnetics with applications in numerous scientific areas.

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ISEF 2019 will bring together the international community of researchers, engineers and designers engaged in methods and techniques for computation, modelling, simulation, measurements and application of electromagnetic fields. In order to exchange experiences and information about new trends and rapid progress in the field, the Conference will feature both oral and poster presentations.

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Field theory and advanced computation in electromagnetism

Electrical machines, transformers, actuators, micromachines

Electromagnetic components of mechatronics and microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)

Coupled systems and special applications

Electromagnetism in materials (new materials, measurements, modelling, computation)

Electromagnetic phenomena in electrical power systems

Optimization and computer aided design

Software methodology and visualization

Bioelectromagnetism and electromagnetic hazards

Equivalent circuit modelling of field problems

Nondestructive testing (methodology, measurement, diagnosis, testing)

Design and computation of specific electromagnetic devices

Electromagnetic compatibility

Application of artificial intelligence in vector fields calculation

Database and expert systems in the field computation context

Electromagnetism in education

Artificial and computational intelligence

Electromagnetic phenomena in electric cars

Noise and vibrations of electrical machines

Reduced order methods for computation of electromagnetic devices

Computation of electrical machines under faulty conditions

Sensors, Actuators, MEMS – modelling and design optimization

Propagation of radio waves – systems, modelling, applications


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