Keith has several Tutorial presentations in the IEEE EMC Society's virtual international symposium in August 2020

Keith has several Tutorial presentations in the IEEE EMC Society's virtual international symposium in August 2020  image #1

28 Jul 2020

Author: EMC Standards

Keith has several Tutorial presentations in the IEEE EMC Society’s virtual international symposium in August 2020 (which replaces the international EMC symposium planned for July in Reno, Nevada). See here for more information

1) In the Tutorial “Learn EMC Now!” on Wednesday 5th August 2020, an 80-minute webinar on: “Developing and using a low-cost EMC probe kit suitable for personal and workplace use”.

This is a very valuable “How To” presentation that will show you how to use very low-cost near-field probing techniques – on your own testbench – to amaze your colleagues, impress your bosses, and confound your competitors!

2) In the Tutorial “Risk Management for Future Highly Automated/Autonomous Systems” on Tuesday 11th August 2020, a 30-minute webinar on: “Risk Management of EMI for Highly-Automated/Autonomous Medical Devices and Systems”.

3) Also in the Tutorial “Risk Management for Future Highly Automated/Autonomous Systems” on Tuesday 11th August 2020, a 30-minute presentation on:
Techniques and Measures for Managing the Functional Safety and Other Risks that can be caused by EMI (IEEE 1848)”.

In the Tutorial “Design and Implementation of EMI Filters” on Tuesday 11th August 2020,
a 30-minute webinar on: “Safety / Component Rating Considerations”.

In the Tutorial “Introduction to Medical EMC” on Thursday 13th August 2020, a 20-minute webinar on: “Risk Management of EMI” – which concerns complying with IEC/EN 60601-1-2 Ed.4, 2014 + Amendment 1, 2020.

At the moment, the above will be streamed live on the dates given above, but these might change. So, please check the Final Programme for the final dates and times.

Please be aware that the times are given for the Central USA, and the actual time in your time zone will probably be very different!

But if you miss any of the above when they are streamed live, you will be able to download them a couple of weeks later.

Of course, you need to register as a virtual attendee for the Symposium, and the good news is that it costs much less than it used to in previous years when you had to register to attend in person.


And, of course, there are no travel and accommodation costs!

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