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is devoted to academic excellence and the advancement of research and relevant
applications of the electromagnetic theory and to promoting educational objectives
of the electromagnetics profession. Induction to Membership in the Academy is
an honor in recognition of scholarly achievements and distinguished educational
and professional services. The Electromagnetics Academy currently has over 1,000
members active in electromagnetics research. The membership directory of the
Academy is Who's Who in Electromagnetics.
Academy (TEA) establishes sites at research organizations and at Institutions
of high learning, referring to as ``The Electromagnetics Academy at Site'',
or ``TEA at Site'', where Site could be the name of the affiliated Institution,
or the name of the geographical region. To establish a site, please refer to
TEA Site Organization
Agreement, send the signed agreement with a proposed plan by email to the
of new developments and advancements in the profession will be made through
international forums of publications and conferences. In the year 1989, the
Academy co-sponsored the 1st Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium
held in Boston, Massachusetts, 25-26 July. The Symposium was followed by an
NSF workshop on future directions in electromagnetics research, also co-sponsored
by the Academy. Subsequent PIERS have been held in various cities around the
world, including Cambridge, Pasadena, Noordwijk, Seattle, Innsbruck, Hong Kong,
Nante, Taipei, Osaka, Singapore, Honolulu, Pisa, Nanjing, Hangzhou, Prague,
Beijing, and etc.
provides an international forum for reporting progress and advances in the modern
development of electromagnetic theory and its new and exciting applications.
The Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS)
is sponsored by The Electromagnetics Academy. To organize PIERS, please
kindly contact the Academy
OFFICE. To organize a session in PIERS, please fill out the
Fellow of Electromagnetics Academy(FEMA):
The Electromagnetics Academy Fellow is awarded to researchers with extraordinary accomplishments in electromagnetics.
Founded by the late Professor
Jin Au Kong (1942-2008) of MIT in 1989, The Electromagnetics Academy is
a non-profit organization registered in USA.
Leung Tsang, University of Michigan, USA,
Tarek Habashy, Schlumberger-Doll Research Center, Cambridge, MA, USA
Kung-Hau Ding, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433 USA
Please send all correspondence
The Academy OFFICE
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Cambridge, MA 02138, USA