Special Issue "Advancements in Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Techniques for Electronic Systems"

A special issue of Electronics (ISSN 2079-9292). This special issue belongs to the section "Circuit and Signal Processing".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2023 | Viewed by 262

Special Issue Editors

Dr. Georgios Fotis
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Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Educators, ASPETE—School of Pedagogical and Technological Education of Athens, 14121 Heraklion, Greece
Interests: power system protection; electrical power engineering; power systems simulation; power systems analysis; simulation; electrical engineering; engineering, applied and computational mathematics; transformers; power engineering; power transmission; electrostatic discharge; electromagnetic compatibility; high voltages
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Dr. Vasiliki Vita
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Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Educators, School of Pedagogical and Technological Education (ASPETE), Heraklion Attikis, 141 21 Athens, Greece
Interests: distributed generation; transmission and distribution grids; electric vehicles; artificial intelligence; storage
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Electronic circuits are extremely vulnerable from any kind of Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) that may cause disturbances in their normal function or even worse total destruction. The EMI coupling mechanisms vary, depending on the path that the EMI travels from the source to the destination. Conductive, inductive, capacitive, and radiated coupling are the types of EMI coupling techniques. No matter the EMI coupling technique, it is crucial to keep the EMI effect away from electronic circuits and shielding techniques must be applied. The most effective EMI mitigation system to utilize is determined by the prevalent EMI coupling technique in the circuit. This is why improved electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) in electronic circuits depends on having a solid understanding of EMI coupling mechanisms.

The purpose of this Special Issue is to present recent advances in the electronic circuits design, taking into consideration all possible EMI sources as electrostatic discharges (ESD), induced voltages derived by various sources of electromagnetic radiation, etc. Leading researchers from around the globe will be able to discuss their most recent findings and developments in cutting-edge fields in this Special Issue. This Special Issue will take into account original research papers in the area, encompassing novel theories, algorithms, and systems, as well as new implementations and applications utilizing cutting-edge methods. We also encourage review articles and efforts on benchmark datasets and performance evaluation.

Dr. Georgios Fotis
Dr. Vasiliki Vita
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • electromagnetic compatibility
  • electromagnetic interference
  • electrostatic discharge
  • EMC applications of artificial intelligence/machine learning
  • EMC or/and E/M field measurements
  • EMC simulations
  • emissions
  • immunity
  • shielding
  • numerical modeling

Published Papers

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