Call for Papers

Download a PDF of AMTA 2023 Call for Papers.

Abstract Submission Deadline: May 1, 2023 EXTENDED to May 14, 2023

Authors addressing advancement and innovation in these or other topics of interest to AMTA are invited to submit an abstract (min. 250 words, max. 1 page) for review and possible presentation at the Symposium.

Hot Topics
• 5G wireless technology
• Antennas and radar in automotive applications
• IoT and M2M applications
• Massive MIMO advances
• Medical advances
• Applications of robotics in antenna measurements
• Satellite and space applications

Additional Topics
• Hardware in the Loop
• mmWave, terahertz and quasi-optical antenna measurement
• Theory and applications of the measurement of antennas and radar scattering
• Advances in indoor and outdoor test ranges
• Measurement standards and laboratory comparisons
• Advances in near-field, far-field, compact, and RCS range measurement techniques
• New instrumentation for testing
• Data acquisition and processing methods
• Measurement imaging, algorithms, and processing techniques
• Diagnostic methods for antenna acceptance testing
• Phased array, adaptive/smart antenna applications, and measurements
• EMI/EMC/PIM chamber design, measurement and instrumentation
• GNSS, PCS, cellular, satellite antennas and measurement
• RF material design, measurement, and instrumentation
• Ultra-wideband or frequency independent antenna measurement
• Applied computational electromagnetics
• Numerical methods related to EM measurements
• Multi-link MIMO and cooperative channels
• In-situ testing and channel sounding
• Other antenna measurement topics

Submit an Abstract
Electronic submission of abstracts is required. Abstract submission began in March 2023. For details on abstract submission, please refer to the AMTA 2023 website: Submission requires an account and password; account registration is free.
Questions may be referred to:

NOTE: Authors of accepted AMTA papers have the option of including their paper on IEEE Xplore®

Student Papers
AMTA 2023 will award at least three (3) Best Student Paper Awards. Each student award recipient will receive a $500 USD cash award, a complimentary registration at AMTA 2023, and a one (1) year AMTA membership, active through December 31, 2024.
Award recipients are required to present their papers at the AMTA 2023 Symposium. Student paper guidelines will be sent upon acceptance of the abstract. Authors are asked to mark their abstract as “Student Paper” when submitting.

NOTE: Authors of accepted AMTA student papers have the option of including their paper on IEEE Xplore.

Student Travel Scholarship
The scholarship is designed to encourage students interested in electromagnetics with an emphasis on antennas. It is open world-wide to undergraduate juniors and seniors as well as Masters and first year Ph.D. students.
Students must show a demonstrated interest in electromagnetics and/or in antennas and be able to attend the AMTA 2023 symposium. Award winners will receive travel funding up to $2,000 USD to attend the symposium as well as many other benefits. In order to apply, students must submit:
• An essay about his/her interest in AMTA, antennas, radar, or/and electromagnetic related field, giving background and plans for the future
• A resume which includes course listings with grades received
• A letter of recommendation from an AMTA Senior Member or Fellow who is not a sitting Board Member or a member of the scholarship selection committee

Submittal deadline: May 1, 2023 EXTENDED to May 14, 2023
Award announcement: June 13, 2023
See for complete details or contact the Scholarship Chairman at Email:


Abstract Submission (min. 250 words, max. 1 page) : May 1, 2023 EXTENDED to May 14, 2023
E-mail notification of acceptance: June 13, 2023
Manuscript submission deadline: July 24, 2023

We understand that some authors may be required to submit their abstracts, papers, and presentations for public release approval. Please start this process early so that you can meet the above deadlines.

If you have any questions, please contact:
The AMTA Technical Coordinator