COMPUMAG 2023, the 24th International Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields, will be held in Kyoto, Japan, from May 22nd to 26th, 2023.
Since its creation in 1976, COMPUMAG has been one of the most important events in the field of computational electromagnetics for researchers all over the world to present their latest research advances, to share professional experiences, to exchange new ideas and to expand their professional networks.
The aim of COMPUMAG 2023 is to discuss recent developments and practical applications in the numerical computation of electromagnetic fields for engineers and physicists engaged in the design and analysis of electromagnetic devices and systems.
With your valuable contribution and active participation, we believe that you will benefit from the excellent quality of technical presentations and fruitful discussions, experience pleasant moments by meeting friends/colleagues and establishing new scientific relationships and networking.
On behalf of the board of International Compumag Society, the organizing committee and the editorial board, we sincerely welcome you to Kyoto to attend the COMPUMAG 2023.
The aim of the 24th Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields COMPUMAG 2023 is to discuss recent developments and practical applications in the numerical computation of electromagnetic fields for engineers and physicist engaged in the design of electromagnetic devices. Authors from all over the world are encouraged to submit original and previously unpublished contributions, reflecting the new trends and rapid progress in the field. The conference will feature oral and poster presentations. Companies and research organizations will have technical and commercial exhibitions. Contributions presenting previously unpublished, new results on the topics of interest are invited. The submission must deal with the numerical solution of electromagnetic field problems. The focus of the research work must be on the novelty of the numerical approach, the underlying application can be only used to demonstrate the new computational technique.