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Call for Papers

We thank you very much to all authors of more than twelve hundred paper proposals received! The review process performed by more than 1100 reviewers from more than 80 countries has already started.

Contributions from European and non-European universities, research centres, industries and other institutions are solicited.

Key dates


15 June 2018             
Deadline for submission of proposals
9 July 2018               
Notification of acceptance


28 September 2018   
Deadline for submission of proposals
5 November 2018     
Notification of acceptance


26 October 2018      
Extended deadline for full paper submission
18 December 2018   
Notification of paper acceptance

31 January 2019       
Deadline for final manuscript submission


The conference will provide an overview of the current state-of-the-art technology in Antennas, Propagation, and Measurements topics, highlighting the latest developments and innovations required for future applications.

Authors are invited to submit their contribution in the form of a full paper in PDF format, with a minimum length of two A4 pages and a maximum length of five A4 pages. The paper must contain enough information for the Technical Programme Committee (TPC) and reviewers to judge on the originality and quality of the work in a single acceptance/rejection review process (no change of the paper will be possible after acceptance).

Please note: Plagiarism and self-plagiarism is taken seriously by the EuCAP TPC members and reviewers, and papers showing evidence of this will be rejected.


Conference topics


    • A01 Active and integrated/on-chip antennas
    • A02 Array antennas, antenna systems and architectures
    • A03 Reflect arrays and transmit arrays
    • A04 Millimeter, sub-millimeter and TeraHertz antennas
    • A05 MIMO, diversity, smart antennas & signal processing
    • A06 Multiband and wideband antennas
    • A07 UWB antennas and time-domain techniques
    • A08 Metamaterials, metasurfaces and EBG for antennas
    • A09 Conformal antennas
    • A10 Printed elements, baluns and associated/matching circuits
    • A11 Adaptive and reconfigurable antennas
    • A12 Reflector, feed systems, and components
    • A13 Lens antennas and radomes
    • A14 Small antennas
    • A15 Wearable and implantable antennas
    • A16 Slotted-, guided- and leaky- wave antennas
    • A17 Scattering, diffraction and RCS
    • A18 Imaging, sensing, and radar antennas
    • A19 Dielectric resonator antennas 
    • A20 Frequency and polarization selective surfaces
    • A21 Micro-structures and nano/optical antennas
    • A22 Antenna theory, computational and numerical techniques
    • A23 Antenna interactions and coupling
    • A24 Optimisation methods in EM
    • A25 High frequency and asymptotic methods
    • A26 3D-printed antenna technologies
    • A27 Antennas for wireless power transmission and harvesting
    • A28 Wire antennas
    • A29 RFID antennas/sensors and systems
    • A30 Vehicular antennas/antennas on large platforms
    • A31 Antennas for software-defined/cognitive radio
    • A32 Other topics


    • P01 Propagation theory
    • P02 Ray tracing and numerical simulation techniques
    • P03 Propagation modelling and simulation
    • P04 Propagation experimental methods and campaigns
    • P05 Imaging and inverse scattering
    • P06 Scattering, diffraction, and RCS
    • P07 Measurement techniques
    • P08 Millimetre-wave propagation for wireless networks
    • P09 UWB propagation
    • P10 HF propagation
    • P11 Body-area propagation
    • P12 Indoor propagation
    • P13 Urban propagation
    • P14 Earth-Space Propagation for fixed satellite services
    • P15 Earth-Space Propagation for land-mobile satellite and satellite navigation services
    • P16 Trans-ionospheric and tropospheric propagation
    • P17 Propagation for vehicular communications
    • P18 Propagation in biological tissues
    • P19 Propagation in vegetated areas
    • P20 Radar, localisation, and sensing
    • P21 MIMO channel modelling
    • P22 Channel sounding and parameter estimation techniques
    • P23 Propagation for atmospheric remote sensing and radio science
    • P24 Optical propagation
    • P25 Other propagation topics


    • M01 General antenna measurements
    • M02 Techniques and tools for RF material characterisation
    • M03 Test range modelling and validation
    • M04 Radar scattering measurement and calibration techniques
    • M05 Near-field, far-field, compact and RCS test ranges
    • M06 Data acquisition, imaging algorithms and processing methods
    • M07 EMI/EMC/PIM chambers, instrumentation and measurements
    • M08 Over-The-Air (OTA) multipath testing
    • M09 Dosimetry, exposure and SAR assessment
    • M10 Satellite and aerospace antenna characterisation
    • M11 Millimetre-wave antenna measurements
    • M12 Advanced post-processing and diagnostics
    • M13 Advances in MIMO and OTA testing
    • M14 Other measurement topics


    Aimed at increasing the interaction between academia and industry, EuCAP 2019 features session tracks focused on applications:

    • T01 Cellular networks and 5G
    • T02 Ultra-high data rate communications
    • T03 Wireless LANs
    • T04 Connected objects (IoT, RFID, WSN)
    • T05 Radar systems
    • T06 Defence and security
    • T07 Positioning, localisation and tracking
    • T08 Space
    • T09 EM modeling and simulation tools
    • T10 Biomedical and biological effects
    • T11 Fundamental research and Multiple applications


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    EuCAP 2019 Opening Hours

    Conference Sessions
    Mon: 9:00-18:30
    Tue-Thu: 8:40-18:30
    Fri: 8:40-12:30

    Mon: 9:00-18:30
    Tue-Wed: 8:40-18:30
    Thu: 8:40-16:50

    Conference Registration Desk
    Sun: 16:00-20:00
    Mon-Thu: 8:00-18:30
    Fri: 8:00-12:30

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