We are speaking the same language, Maxwell's Equations.
--- In memory of Jin
41st PIERS in Rome, Italy
- 20 June 2019 (from Monday to Thursday)
Faculty of Engineering - University of Rome "La Sapienza"
- 15 February, 2019 --- Extended Deadline of Abstract Submission [Submit]
- 15 March, 2019 --- Pre-registration
- 20 March, 2019 --- Extended Paper Submission
- 15 April, 2019 --- Preliminary Program will be available
- 1 May, 2019 --- Advance Program will be available
- 15 May, 2019 --- Final Program will be available
- Preliminary Program is available online now. The PDF version will be available soon...
[Date of each talk will be finalized by 1 May, Time of each talk will be finalized by 15 May]
Symposium Reception: Monday evening, 17 June 2019
All conference participants are invited to a welcome reception at the Cloister of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Rome "La Sapienza". The tickets are free and handed out on a first-come-first-served basis. Please make reservation in advance for the reception within May 27.
Symposium Banquet: Wednesday evening, 19 June 2019
Symposium banquet is planned for PIERS participants and their guests at Palazzo Brancaccio. A limited number of banquet tickets will be available. For all participants, the price is USD 110 per person. Please make reservation and pay in advance for the banquet within May 27.
To reserve the tickets of Banquet & Reception, please download the form and email to PIERS OFFICE.
- Conference Venue
PIERS 2019 in Rome will be held at the ancient building of the Faculty of Engineering, in the historic centre of the city, directly overlooking the Colosseum and next to the ancient Basilica of San Pietro in Vincoli, home to Michelangelo's statue of Moses. Further information on the Conference venue and its surroundings are available here.
- Calling for Papers --- PIERS 2019 in Rome, on 17-20 June, 2019 [PDF]
Guidelines: We strongly suggest authors visit the PIERS
Guidelines before online submitting the abstracts or extended papers.
Information regarding the partnerships of PIERS 2019 in Rome can be found on the PIERS Organization website here
. Further inquiries of those who wish to apply for exhibition/sponsorship/partnership can be sent to the Local Secretariat:
Faculty of Engineering in S. Pietro in Vincoli - University of Rome "La Sapienza"
Via Eudossiana, 18 - 00184 Rome - Italy
PIERS Focus Sessions
Each focus session should be focused on a specific hot topic that must be
timely and reflect the future trends or the latest scientific advances in
the area. The leadership of the conference will select the topics of focus
sessions and the responsible organizers. The organizers may adjust the title
of the focus session to make it e.g. more specific/focused and should make
the best effort to ensure the high quality of the session by inviting high-profile
keynote speakers (30 min for each; 0-2 keynote speakers for each focus session)
and excellent invited speakers (20 min for each), etc. Some contributed
oral talks (15 min each) are encouraged, however, quality must be very well
controlled by the organizers with a typical acceptance ratio of less than
50%. Each focus session will last for a half-day (with a coffee break) or
a full-day (with a lunch break and two coffee breaks).
Note that in some cases the conference leadership would invite/encourage
the leading scientist (or one of the few leading scientists) of a selected
topic to give a keynote talk and also serve as a co-organizer of the same
session to ensure the high quality of the focus session.
Young Scientist Programs
To encourage more young scientists and students to contribute to PIERS with presentations of good research results, the two young scientist programs are organized at PIERS 2019 in Rome.
Best Student Paper Award (BSPA)
To encourage more students to present their good research results in PIERS, Best Student Papers will be awarded after their presentations in each PIERS. Three Prize Winners (First, Second, and Third Prizes) and 1-2 Honorable Mentions will be selected for each category (SC1 to SC5) by the PIERS Young Scientist Program Committee. Each winner will receive a cash award and a banquet ticket to attend the Award Ceremony.
A student competing for best student paper award must be listed as the first author as well as the presenting author of a paper submitted for ORAL presentation. A full paper of 5-10 pages is required for the evaluation of the technical quality. The full paper should be submitted by the full paper submission deadline and registered by the pre-registration deadline. The final score is 50%*(paper review score) + 50%*(presentation score).
List of Best Student Paper Award for past PIERS events.
Young Scientist Award (YSA)
The Young Scientist Award (YSA) provides a more general young scientist program in comparison with the BSPA. To qualify applications for the YSA, the applicant must have PhD degree in science/engineering and under 40 years of age by the conference date. The applicant must be listed as the first author as well as the presenting author of a paper submitted for oral presentation. A curriculum vitae with publication list must be submitted together with the abstract. A full paper of 5-10 pages should be submitted by the full paper submission deadline and registered by the pre-registration deadline. Awardees will be selected after peer-review of the applications by the PIERS Young Scientist Program Committee.
List of Young Scientist Award for past PIERS events.
- Contact Us - Local
* Inquiry about Hotel, Visa, Travel and other issues related to local arrangement,
PIERS 2019 Rome Secretariat
University of Rome "La Sapienza"
Via Eudossiana, 18 - 00184 Rome - Italy
* Inquiry about paper submission, registration, and program schedule, please
PIERS OFFICE: firstname.lastname@example.org