First International Conference on Environmental Electromagnetic Compatibility (ELECTROENVIRO 2007)

Venue: Ashurst Lodge

Location: The New Forest, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Sep 12, 2007 End Date/Time: Sep 14, 2007
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The presence of artificially generated electromagnetic fields has dramatically increased in the last few decades. In particular, there has been an enormous growth of radio base stations and cell phone users, and this has led to an increase in public concern for potential risks on human health.

ELECTROENVIRO 2007 aims to present the latest scientific contribution on the increasingly controversial debates over the possible influence of electromagnetic radiation on the environment. The papers will cover a wide range of numerical methods and experimental techniques from all areas of Environmental Electromagnetic Compatibility.

This meeting will be of interest not only to researchers, such as electrical engineers, physicists, biologists and medical scientists, but also to representatives of industry, government and other organisations.


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Conference topics include: - Electromagnetic interference (EMI) sources - Methods in experimental and theoretical dosimetry - Bio-electromagnetics - Safety standards and protection measures - Computational models in environmental electromagnetic compatibility (EEMC) - Measurement and testing techniques - Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) in medical equipment - Biological effects of electromagnetic fields - Optimization techniques - Electromagnetic-thermal modelling of the human body - Biomedical applications