Technical and social activities for our conference have been scheduled as shown below (please check for eventual updates).
Please note that although the conference begins on December 12; the Workshop has been organized previous to the conference. IMPORTANT: For the gala dinner and welcome reception all participants must bring their badge for check in purposes.
LAMC2018
Monday, December 10
Time 
Session ID 
Room 
Description 
15:00–20:00 
WS1 
Room D101 UCSP 
Workshop 
Tuesday, December 11
Time 
Session ID 
Room 
Description 
08:00–13:00 
WS1 
Room D101 UCSP 
Workshop 
13:55–20:00 
WS1 
Room D101 UCSP 
Workshop 
Wednesday, December 12
Time 
Session ID 
Papers 
Description 
08:00–10:00 
Auditorium 
 
Conference registration 
10:0010:10 
Auditorium 
 
Inaugural Session: General Chair: Dr. Guillermo Rafael

10:1011:00 
Auditorium 
 
Opening Speech. Dr. Dominique Schreurs. IEEE MTTS President

11:00  11:20 
SUM 
Break / poster 
Gold Sponsor: Copper Mountains plenary talk 
11:2013:00 
SS1 Room: Auditorium 
N2 N5 N7 N8 N14 
Special Session SS1 (100 min): Microwave Research and Technology Activities in Spain 
11:2013:00 
RS1 Room: D06 
N1 N3 N4 N9 N11 
Regular Session RS1 (100 min): Passive components and antennas

13:0014:30 
SUM 
Lunch 
Lunch (Lunch bags provided at registration)

14:30–16:10 
RS2 Room: Auditorium 
N26 N27 N33 N37 N34 
Regular Session RS2 (100 min): Wireless communication systems

14:30–16:10 
SS2 Room: D06 
N19 N23 N35 N18* 
Special Session SS2 (80 min): Microwave Research and Technology Activities in Spain 
16:55–17:15 
SUM 
Break / poster 
Poster Session / Industry Exhibition & Coffee Break 
16:1017:10 
Auditorium 
 
Keynote speech: Dr. Jose Ernesto Rayas

17:1018:30 
RS3 Room: D06 
N45 N20 N25 N46 
Regular Session RS3 (80 min): Passive components and antennas

17:10 18:30 
RS4 Room: Auditorium 
N10 N16 N24 N41 
Regular Session RS4 (80 min): Wireless communication systems

18:3019:15 
Recess 
Recess 
Recess

19:1521:00 
Santa Catalina Monastery 
 
Welcome Reception

Thrusday, December 13
Time 
Session ID 
Papers 
Description 
08:00–10:00 
Auditorium 
 
Conference registration 
09:00 10:00 
Auditorium 
 
Keynote speech Dr. Patrick Roblin 
10:00 10:20 
SUM 
Break / poster 
Poster Session/industry exhibition & Coffee Break 
10:2012:00 
RS5 Room: Auditorium 
N31 N36 N40 N47 
Regular Session RS5 (100 min): Passive components and antennas 
10:2012:00 
RS6 Room: D06 
N13 N22 N30 N73* 
Regular Session RS6 (100 min): Modelling, Characterization and simulation 
12:0013:45 
SUM 
Lunch 
Lunch (Lunch bags provided at registration) 
13:45  15:25 
RS7 Room: Auditorium 
N12 N17 N21 N32* N72* 
Regular Session RS7 (100 min): RF Design Applications 
13:45  15:25 
RS8 Room: D06 
N15 N39 N57 N29 N6 
Regular Session RS8 (100 min): Active Components and Measurement Techniques 
15:25–15:45 
SUM 
Break / poster 
Poster Session / Industry Exhibition & Coffee Break 
15:4516:45 
Auditorium 
 
Keynote talk: Dr. Zoya Popovic 
16:4518:05 
RS9 Room: D06 
N48 N55 N58 N66 
Regular Session RS9 (80 min): Passive components and antennas 
16:45  18:05 
RS10 Room: Auditorium 
N49 N53 N54 N69 
Regular Session RS10 (80 min): Wireless Communications systems 
18:0519:00 
Recess 
Recess 
Recess 
19:0021:00 
SUM 
 
Gala Dinner 
Friday, December 14
Time 
Session ID 
Papers 
Description 
08:00–09:00 
Auditorium 
 
Conference registration 
09:00  10:20 
RS11 Room: Auditorium 
N71 N67 N65 N44 
Regular Session RS11 (80 min): RF Design Applications 
09:00  10:20 
RS12 Room: D06 
N62 N52 N51 N43 
Regular Session RS12 (80 min): Modelling, Characterization and simulation 
10:20  10:40 
SUM 
Break 
Poster Session & Coffee Break 
10:4011:40 
Auditorium 
 
Keynote speech Dr. Mike Golio

11:4013:00 
RS13 Room: Auditorium 
N61 N63 N68

Regular Session RS13 (80 min): Passive Components and Antennas 
13:0014:20 
SUM 
Lunch 
Lunch (Lunch bags provided at registration) 
14:2016:00 
RS14 Room: Auditorium 
N64 N60 N59 N50 N28 
Regular Session RS14 (100 min): RF Design Applications

16:0017:00 
RS15 Room: Auditorium 
N70 N56 N38 
Regular Session RS15 (60 min): Wireless Communications systems 
17:0018:00 
Auditorium 
 
Closing ceremony 
* = Student thesis competition.
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PAPERS LIST 
N1 
A Planar Multiband Balanced Bandstop Filter 
N2 
StubLoaded Microstrip Line Loaded with HalfWavelength Resonators and Application to NearField ChiplessRFID 
N3 
Replicability of a millimeterwave microstrip bandpass filter using parallel coupled lines 
N4 
Design of a Multiband Microwave and MillimeterWave 4bit Step Attenuator for Phased Arrays 
N5 
Volterrabased behavioral modeling, parameter estimation, and linearization 
N6 
A High Power and High Linearity 16.525.5 GHz 0.18µm BiCMOS Power Amplifier 
N7 
New methodologies for the analysis and synthesis of oscillator circuits 
N8 
Detecting Critical Resonances in Microwave Amplifiers through Noise Simulations 
N9 
V and Wband TwoWay Waveguide Splitters Fabricated by Metal Additive Manufacturing 
N10 
Strategic Planning for RF Technologies  Implications for 5G and IoT Emerging Radio Products 
N11 
On the Implementation of a Transmission Line Reflectionless Filter 
N12 
Design of a Ka/VBand CMOS T/R FilterSwitch 
N13 
Development of an Automatic Passive Coaxial Load Pull Tuner 
N14 
Additive Manufacturing and Liquid Crystals for New MillimeterWave Devices 
N15 
On the Continuity of Continuous Inverse Class F Power Amplifiers 
N16 
Analysis and numeric determination of difference between SNR and CNR in Digital Television ISDBTb 
N17 
Measurement of wood moisture content using microwaves 
N18 
Design of Microstrip MetamaterialInspired Antennas for 2.4 GHz Applications 
N19 
Synthesis of tapers using the CoupledMode Theory 
N20 
Alumina Passives Using the Interconnect Layer of MetalEmbedded Chip Assembly Processing 
N21 
Power and Performance Analysis for a Small L Band Total Power Radiometer 
N22 
Two States Devices and Hyperbolic Trigonometry 
N23 
A Systematic Investigation of Admittance Domain Behavioral Model Complexity Requirements 
N24 
Channel Characterization on Vehicle to Infrastructure Scenarios in 5.8 GHz 
N25 
Design of a Cband High Gain Microstrip Antenna Array for CubeSat Standard 
N26 
Design and Evaluation of a LowCost CubeSat Communication Relay Constellation 
N27 
Broadcast Emitters Localization Using Power Difference of Arrival 
N28 
Linear Frequency Modulation (LFM) Compression in Surveillance Radars: An Alternative for Target Discrimination in a MultiThreat Scenario 
N29 
Generalized ClassJ Theory 
N30 
Electromagnetic characterization of hemp concrete in the 2.4 GHz WIFI frequency band 
N31 
Compact Lband filter in a kband radiometer for atmospheric attenuation over lineofsight links 
N32 
Design of a microstrip antenna array at Cband for CubeSat 
N33 
Implementation of Spectrum Occupancy Measurements Using Cyclostationary Detection 
N34 
Microwave transistor model including electronic mobility prediction 
N35 
A Wband feeding network design for a single balanced mixer in GCPW technology 
N36 
An HShaped, Differential Antenna, for 5G/FR1 Applications 
N37 
Radiopropagation Simulations in 28 GHz, 38 GHz and 60 GHz with 128 Elements Massive MIMO Array for 5G Networks 
N38 
Accurate and Efficient Radiation Test Solutions for 5G and Millimeter Wave Devices 
N39 
Analysis and Design of Chireix Outphasing Switched Mode Power Amplifier 
N40 
Design and Implementation of a Submersible Split Ring Resonator Based Sensor for Pisco Concentration Measurements 
N41 
Digital Outphasing Exponential Modulation: A Constant Amplitude Pulsed Modulation for High Efficiency/Linearity, SwitchedMode PA 
N43 
Solution of Electromagnetic Problems in Cartesian, Spherical and Cylindrical Coordinates by Green's Function Method 
N44 
Flexible UHF RFID Tag for Human Body Motion Detection 
N45 
Design of a SIW Chebyshev Bandpass Filter with Inductive Coupling 
N46 
ApertureCoupled Koch Fractal onChip Antennas for 60 GHz ISM Band 
N47 
Design of a Butler Matrix for Switched Beam Application 
N48 
Design of a 4G/LTE Multiband Antenna Considering Curvature Effects 
N49 
A pulse generator using Pulse Amplitude Modulation for IRUWB in 130nm CMOS process 
N50 
A Lowcost microwave system for pedestrian speed estimation 
N51 
A New Sensor for Temperature SelfProtection of Integrated Circuits in CMOS Technology 
N52 
Evaluation of a Segmented Approach to Model PCBBased Links of a PCIe Bus 
N53 
ThroughWall Movement Detection based on SBand FMCW radar: An Experimental Assessment 
N54 
Spectrum Sensing for ISDBTB Systems with Cognitive Radio 
N55 
Analysis of Measured Coupling between Adjacent Elements of a DualPolarized VivaldiAntenna System for a VHF GPR 
N56 
Using Femtocells in TV White Space: Overview and Challenges 
N57 
GaNHEMT MMIC with integrated ClassG Switching Stage for Discrete Level Supply Modulation for 20 GHz Space Applications 
N58 
An Implemented 3D Printed Circular Waveguide Antenna for K Band Applications 
N59 
A Novel Compact twoway Differential Power Divider/Combiner based on SiGe BiCMOS technology for mmwave applications 
N60 
Design Considerations for GaN based XBand, High Power and High Isolation SPDT T/R Switch 
N61 
Coplanar Stripline Reconfigurable Bandpass Filter with Variable Notch Band Frequency 
N62 
Selecting SurrogateBased Modeling Techniques for Power Integrity Analysis 
N63 
Coplanar Stripline Switch Based Lattice Circuit with Even Mode Suppression 
N64 
EM Parametric Study of Length Matching Elements Exploiting an ANSYS HFSS MatlabPython Driver 
N65 
InP DHBT Ballasted StackedTransistor for MillimeterWave Power Amplifiers 
N66 
New Trends in Active RF Components in the Development of Multifunction Phased Array Radars for Civil Applications 
N67 
A method based on RF spectral features for evaluating the porosity degree in ceramic materials 
N68 
Metamaterial Inspired Multiband Planar Array to Detect Glyphosate in Water by RealTime Electromagnetic Wave Sensor 
N69 
EBPSKBased Quadrature Ultra Narrow Band Modulation System 
N70 
Experimental Characterization of Indoor Mobile Radio Channel in 700 MHz Band 
N71 
A Novel HighPerformance Length Matching Element for HighSpeed Interconnect Differential Channels 
N72 
SingleChip 100Pixel 2.8 THz CMOS camera: Antenna and FrontEnd Detector design 
N73

Characterization and Validation of Interconnect Models for aPCIExpress Bus 