Asia-Pacific Symposium on Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics


(Formerly Japan-Australia-New Zealand Joint Seminar)

20-21 July 2006, University of Technology, Sydney, NSW, Australia



Thanks to all who participated in the success of APSAEM2006


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The Conference

The Asia-Pacific Symposium on Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics (APSAEM06), formerly known as the Japan-Australia-New Zealand Joint Seminar (JANZS), is devoted to topics on electromagnetic phenomena, both low and high frequencies, and applications in electrical, mechanical, and communication systems. The purpose of the symposium is to exchange scientific results and to promote the friendship between the countries in Asia-Pacific region. The symposium is one in a series of events sponsored by the Japanese Society of Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics.


       Computational electromagnetics

       Inverse problems

       Characterization and modeling of electromagnetic materials

       Magnetic sensors and measurement

       Non destructive testing

       Applications of electromagnetic phenomena


       Electromagnetic and electromechanical devices and systems

       Applications in power, electronics, and control systems

       Electromagnetic environment and control

       Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)

       Micro waves and antennas

       Terahertz applications

       Applications in telecommunication

       Electromagnetics and electromechanical education




Prospective authors are requested to submit a one-page (A4 size) digest, which is a short form of the final paper, for peer reviewing. It is expected to be a condensation or summary which outlines the work to be reported and includes the results and conclusions. A template for the digest will be available at this website. All digests should be submitted electronically in pdf format by email attachment to

The full papers will be peer reviewed for publication in a normal issue of Journal of Japan Society of Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics. To be eligible for journal publication, at least one author should register to present the paper. The format for the full papers will be available on the conference website.

Important Dates

Submission of digest by email:                                            17/4/2006

Notification of digest acceptance:                                        1/5/2006

Early Bird Registration deadline:                                         23/6/2006

(Or at the conference registration desk at a higher rate.)

Full paper submission:                                                        20/7/2006

(Submit both soft and hard copies at the registration desk)

Notification of full paper acceptance:                                   30/9/2006


Instructions to full paper authors

Registration forms

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Call for papers

Digest Template

Accepted full papers