IEEE MTT-S Latin America Microwave Conference (LAMC-2021)

Important Dates:

Proposals for special sessions and tutorials: December 20, 2020
Papers submission: January 25, 2021
Notification of acceptance: March 1, 2021
Accepted Papers final submission: March 22, 2021
Author Registration:
March 22, 2021

Situation alert COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
We are carefully monitoring the developing Covid-19 outbreak, especially in Latin America. Because of this, we have moved the conference dates to may, 2021 The safety and well-being of all conference participants is our highest priority. Given the pandemic evolution, this conference might move to a fully virtual format or blended format.

General Information

Cali, Colombia will be the host for the 3rd IEEE MTT-S Latin America Microwave Conference (LAMC-2021). This time, the conference will be co-located with Colombian Communications and Computing Conference (IEEE Colcom). During the past decade, Cali has gained national and international recognition for its potential to become one of the most important cities in Latin America and the Pacific in terms of logistics, manufacturing and creative industry. Cali, main city of the Pacific region of Colombia, known as a commercial, service and cultural hub, offers a vivid and dynamic environment for creation of innovative solutions, a wide variety of economic sectors, including both small and large companies as well as agricultural industry, a growing ICT ecosystem and high-quality universities.

LAMC will have a general scope on RF and microwave engineering and technologies, as described in our Call for Papers. We look forward to seeing you in Cali for an exciting technical and social program at LAMC-2021.

Cali, Colombia

Cali is one of the main Colombia cities (third or fourth)

Famous because Salsa festival and Feria de Cali (December 25 to 31st)

Cali is the capital of Valle del Cauca, one of the biggest sugar cane producer in the world

Call for Papers

The purpose of LAMC 2021 is to boost technical, scientific, and educational activities on RF and microwave technologies as well as exchanges and collaborations within the international research community. Perspective authors are cordially invited to submit papers in all areas related to microwave technologies, including but not limited to:

1.Passive components and antennas 5. Active antennas (phase arrays, MIMO, etc.)
2. Active components and measurement techniques 6. Signal-power integrity and high-speed digital techniques
3. RF systems and applications 4. Communication systems 7. CAD techniques for RF and microwave engineering