The abstract submission deadline of January 31, 2010 has now passed. We have received a record number of abstracts, and the technical program committee will be reviewing the submitted abstracts and draft the technical program by the end of February. If authors are still interested in submitting abstracts or if additional time is still needed for agency publication approvals, they may still be received and accepted on a "case-by-case" basis. Please contact Richard Ness (firstname.lastname@example.org) in case of any questions or concerns.
Once your abstract is submitted, your material will be carefully considered by several referees over the next few weeks and the Technical Committee will meet in late February to consider the reviewers inputs and put together the technical program for the conference. You will be notified by March 12 whether your abstract has been accepted and whether it will be placed in an oral or poster session.
Late abstracts, submitted after March 1, 2010, may still be accepted even after the Technical Program has been defined with the understanding that, if they are accepted, presentation will be limited to a poster session at the conference. Once again, please contact Richard Ness if interested in this avenue.
Online abstract submission site:
All non-US contributors that require a visa to enter the USA are advised to submit their abstract as soon as possible. Please read the Visa Information for Foreign Travelers for further details.
Abstract text is limited to 500 words including title, authors and affiliations. Abstracts should not include graphs or tables. During the submission process you will be asked to select a topic from the technical program that best describes the work presented in the abstract and also select a preference for either oral or poster presentation.
- Solid State Modulators and Switches
- Plasma Opening and Closing Switches
- High Current Systems and EM Launchers
- High Power Microwaves and Radiating Structures
- Accelerators, Radar, and Laser Applications
- Compact Pulsed Power Systems
- Biological, Medical, and Environmental Applications
- Analytical Methods, Modeling, and Simulation
- Energy Storage Devices
- Breakdown and Insulating Materials
- High Voltage Design and Analysis
- High Voltage Testing and Diagnostics
- Reliability and Transient Suppression
The author submitting the abstract should be the corresponding/contact author.
For the abstract submission, the Abstract Title (All CAPS), Authors (First and Last Name and E-mail addresses), Affiliation (Organization, Department, City, State, and Country) and the Abstract Body are placed into text boxes.
It is recommended that you prepare the abstract with any word processing software and the copy and paste the text into the separate fields.
For Questions, Please Contact:
2010 IPMHVC Technical Program Chair
Ness Engineering, Inc.
P.O. Box 261501
San Diego, CA 92196
Tel: (858) 566-2372
FAX: (858) 240-2299