Union Radio-Scientifique Internationale
International Union of Radio Science
Kleinheubacher Tagung 2022
U.R.S.I. Landesausschuss in Deutschland e.V.
Miltenberg | 27.–29.09.2022


Regular contributions (Oral)

Authors are asked to submit regular contributions by 15 July 2022 via https://kh2022.edas.info stating: title, author(s), abstract (in English or German; text only; no more than 500 words; no figures, equations, etc.) and the Commission related to the topic of the contribution. Acceptance notification will be sent by 23 July 2022.

Prospectively, this year, again, in addition to the regular contribution authors may submit a conference paper (2-4 pages, IEEE conference proceedings style) via https://kh2022.edas.info latest by 7 October 2022. After the usual peer review, this paper will be published on IEEE Xplore shortly after the conference, provided that the conference presentation actually took place. Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore subject to meeting IEEE Xplore’s scope and quality requirements.

In addition, there will be the possibility to submit a paper on the basis of the conference contribution to the journal Advances in Radio Science (https://www.advances-in-radio-science.net/).

Young Scientist Awards

Scientists born in 1987 or later are invited to participate in the Young Scientist Programme of the Kleinheubacher Tagung 2022. Applications supporting materials are to be submitted by 24 June 2022 via https://kh2022.edas.info in the indicated field on the website.

Special Sessions

The following Special Sessions are intended. In case of interest, please contact the conference chair.

  • KI-gestützte EDA-Methoden zur verbesserten Entwicklung von Elektronik-Systemen, Werner John
  • Metrologie für Millimeterwellen- und Terahertzsysteme, Thomas Kleine-Ostmann
  • Weather Radar versus Wind-Parks: A science-based co-existence strategy developed in the Project RIWER (Removing the Influence of Wind-Park Echoes in Weather Radar Measurements), Madhu Chandra
  • TELAMON: Radio monitoring of very high-energy emitting blazars, Alexander Kraus

Further information

Additional information about the conference site can be found online. Information on the conference programme and registration will follow soon.
Contact person (on behalf of the U.R.S.I. Landesausschuss in Deutschland e.V.): PD Dr.-Ing. Thomas Kleine-Ostmann, Department High Frequency and Electromagnetic Fields, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB), 38116 Braunschweig, E-Mail: kht2022@ptb.de