- "Terahertz Communications at 300 GHz: Devices, Packages and System", Dr. Ho-Jin Song, Pohang University of Science and Technology
- "Fundamentals of mm-Wave and Sub-Terahertz Frequency Generation, Synthesis, and Radiation for Multi-Antenna Array Transceivers", Dr. Payam Heydari, University of California, Irvine
- "Analog Photonic Systems: Features & Techniques to Optimize Performance", Dr. Edward Ackerman, Photonic Systems, Inc.
- "Commercializing NASA Patented Inventions", G. Michael Lester, Technical Transfer Partnership Manager, NASA Kennedy Space Center Technology Transfer Office
- "Beyond the Charging Pad: Exploring Large Area, 3-Dimensional Wireless Charging", Alanson Sample, Associate Professor, University of Michigan
- "Terahertz Communications at 300 GHz: Devices, Packages and System", Ho-Jin Song, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea
- "Nonresonating Modes Do It Better!", Simone Bastioli, RS Microwave Company Inc.
- "Energy Efficient Future Wireless Ccommunications", Nuno Borges Carvalho, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
- "Everything You Can Do With Vector Nonlinear Microwave Measurements", Patrick Roblin, Ohio State University, USA
- 5G New Radio: The Prospects for GaN from Devices to Systems
- RF transceiver imperfections in wideband and millimeter wave systems
- Microwave Power Amplifier Design and High Performance Innovative Passives
- "MISO Power Amplifiers", Francesc Purroy, Huawei Sweden
- "High-Power High-Efficiency GaN HEMT Amplifiers", Paolo Colantonio, Univ. di Roma Tor Vergata
- "Industrialized GaN-on-Silicon", Timothy Boles, MACOM
- "GaN on Si Technology for 5G", Charles Edoua, OMMIC
During the last decade the Internet of Things (IoT) has seen tremendous investments and accelerating adoption. The Multi-Society IEEE IoT Initiative has worked with each of the 20 sponsoring Societies and Councils to develop deep dive events that bring together industry, the public sector, and the research community, focused on a specific subject. This year the IEEE IoT Summit in conjunction with RWW2019 in Orlando will be exploring the synergies between IoT and IoS. The Summit is a day and a half event beginning on Sunday January 20th and concluding on Monday January 21st, 2019. We urge you to join us and participate if you have an interest in either IoS or IoT. Please visit http://rww2019.iot.ieee.org/ for up to date information on the event.
- "Using SiGe Technology in Space Systems: Past, Present, and Future", John D. Cressler, Georgia Institute of Technology
- "Radar mmWave-ICs from a system's perspective", Christian Waldschmidt, Ulm University
20 finalists from around the world will present in the Student Paper Competition at RWW2019.