The 2021 IEEE Texas Symposium WMCS will take place as a virtual conference. The conference will take place on May 18-20, 2021. The conference will be free for everyone except the authors of accepted papers. At least one author must register for each accepted paper that goes to IEEE Xplore. More details about the registration will be coming soon. 

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General Chairs

David R. Jackson, University of Houston

Jennifer Kitchen, Arizona State University

Technical Program Chair

Yang Li, Baylor University

Technical Program Co-Chairs

 Wooyeol Choi, Oklahoma State University 

 Taiyun Chi, Rice University 

 Sensen Li, Samsung Research of America  

Publications Chair

Ifana Mahbub, University of North Texas 

Local Arrangements Chairs

Charles Baylis, Baylor University 

 Vincent Leung, Baylor University  

Publicity Chairs

Rashaunda Henderson, University of Texas Dallas 

Pedro Rodriguez-Garcia, Baylor University 

Student Posters and Presentations Chair

Donald Lie, Texas Tech University

Sponsors and Exhibitors Chair

Oren Eliezer, Apogee Semiconductor 

Casey Latham, Keysight Technologies 

Tutorials Chair 

Jiefu Chen | 

Finance Chair

Brandon Herrera, Baylor University 


Adam Goad, Baylor University


Jose Alcala-Medel, Baylor University 

Conference Advisors

Oren Eliezer, Apogee Semiconductor 

Shahrokh Saeedi,  Boeing Research & Technology 

Call for paper

Important date

Draft paper submission deadline
Final paper submission deadline

Submission Topics

Authors from academia, industry, government labs, and other organizations around the world are invited to submit papers based on their original and previously unpublished work in all areas listed below (and similar related areas):

• RF and microwave circuits and systems 
• Wireless power transfer
• 5G and millimeter-wave wireless technologies
• Electromagnetic materials and modeling
• Wireless technologies for biomedical applications
• Computational Electromagnetics
• Wireless and optical communications
• Photonics
• Antennas, propagation, and electromagnetics
• Geophysical and subsurface modeling
• Spectrum management and coexistence 
• Radar and sensing
• Active and passive devices 
• Internet of Things
• Microwave metrology 
• Emerging wireless technologies

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Important Date
  • Conference Date

    May 18



    May 20


  • Feb 28 2021

    Draft paper submission deadline

  • Apr 19 2021

    Final Paper Deadline

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Baylor University Student Branch IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society
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