International Microwave Symposium
June 21 - June 26, 2020
Los Angeles Convention Center,
1201 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90015
IMS2020 is transitioning to a virtual event
IMS2020 is transitioning to a virtual event that will take place in August 2020. The 2020 organizers have made this difficult decision after careful consultation and review with government authorities, partners, and venues.
The virtual event will continue with the theme of ‘Connectivity Matters,’ built on five pillars that link the world: 5G & 6G networks, aerospace and defense programs, autonomous vehicles, the digital economy, and ensuring the connection of under-represented communities. While IMS2020’s program will be amended slightly to accommodate the virtual conference, the event will still feature Technical Sessions, Technical Lectures, Panel Sessions, 5G Summit, Industry Workshops, MicroApps, and a Virtual Exhibition
The most up-to-date information is available in today’s press release and on the IMS website. While program details and event format are being finalized, we will continue to share updates with you as they are available.
We are continuing to offer complimentary press registrations for the virtual event, so please let me know if you would like to attend IMS2020.
Thousands of researchers, innovators, and academics in microwaves and RF will gather for the flagship conference centered around the theme of ‘Connectivity Matters.’
This year’s event will focus on five pillars: 5G & 6G networks, aerospace and defense programs, autonomous vehicles, the digital economy, and ensuring the connection of under-represented communities.
Keynote speakers include Thomas Cho, Executive of Samsung, Ali Hajimiri of California Institute of Technology, Mark Dankberg of VIASAT, Doreen Bogdan-Martin of the Telecommunication Development Bureau of the International Telecommunication Union, and Harmut Neven of Google AI Quantum Team.
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