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The AMEREM/EUROEM meetings have a rich history behind them. In 1978, the late Dr. Carl Baum organized the first Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse Meeting or the NEM in Albuquerque, NM with support from his Summa Foundation.
This first meeting brought together scientists/engineers from the U.S. and Western Europe. At some point, the NEM was renamed as the High-Power Electromagnetics Meeting or HPEM. When this meeting was held in 1994 in Bordeaux, France, it was renamed EUROEM and subsequently, the meetings in North America have been called AMEREM. These meetings have been held in every even year since 1978.
With regards to Ultra-wideband/Short Pulse or UWB/SP, the first two meetings were held in Brooklyn Polytechnic, in New York. After these initial meetings Prof. Leo Felsen asked Carl Baum to include them in AMEREM/EUROEM and presentations in these meetings have been turned into full–length papers resulting in the publication of 10 books, titled Ultra-Wideband, Short Pulse Electromagnetics. In recent times, these books have been published by Springer.
For the first time, this meeting came to the Asian Continent and was held in Jeju, Republic of Korea in 2015. Please visit
for more information on the history of AMEREM / EUROEM / ASIAEM meetings.
Given the success of ASIAEM 2015, we are organizing ASIAEM 2017 in India. We now welcome you to ASIAEM-2017. We hope you will enjoy the technical program and enjoy your visit to India.
Dr. D. V. Giri, General Co-Chair and Chair of the Technical Program Committee
Dr. D. C. Pande, General Co-Chair
ASIAEM 2017 conference continues the EUROEM/AMEREM/ASIAEM tradition of bringing together the:
22nd High-Power Electromagnetics Conference (HPEM 22)
14th Ultra-Wideband, Short-Pulse Electromagnetics Conference (to be compiled into a book)
Mr. Kiran Kumar
Chairman, Indian Space Research Organization
About the speaker
Sri. Kiran Kumar has graciously consented to be the keynote speaker at the Opening Ceremony of this Conference on Monday 24th July 2017.
He will present a talk on “Historical Sketch of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)”
He is a highly accomplished space scientist and engineer with a distinguished career spanning over four decades in ISRO in the satellite payload and applications domains.
He has made immense contributions to the design and development of Electro-Optical Imaging Sensors for Airborne, Low Earth Orbit and Geostationary Orbit satellites starting from Bhaskara TV payload to the latest Mars Color Camera, Thermal Infrared Imaging Spectrometer and Methane Sensor for Mars instruments of India’s Mars Orbiter Spacecraft.