WPTCE 2023 Call for Papers, Presentations and Panels

The 2023 Wireless Power Technology Conference and Expo will be held in San Diego, California, June 4-8, 2023, at The Westin San Diego Bayview.

We invite the submission of papers, presentations and panels on topics related to wireless power including, but not limited to, the three categories and sub-areas below. Submissions are encouraged for those intending to submit full papers and for those only interested in providing a presentation or participating on a panel. The conference provides a regular submission and acceptance process and a late news submission option.

Late News Submissions are Now Open!

Late News submissions are being accepted now through April 21. Submissions will be reviewed on a first-come first-served basis as we build out the program, and will be included as space permits to complement submissions from the regular review window. We encourage submissions of full regular papers and presentation-only abstracts and panels (e.g., industry presentations/panels).

It’s not too late! Submit now if you would like to participate at WPTCE 2023! Click below for submission instructions and to access the submission site.

Important Dates:

March 24, 2023 – Regular Paper/Presentation Acceptance Notification

April 21, 2023 – Final Paper and Late News Submission Deadlines

April 28, 2023 – Late News Acceptance Notification

May 1, 2023 – Early Registration Deadline

May 26, 2023 – Poster and Slide Deck Submission Deadline

Categories and Sub-Areas

Technologies for wireless power:

  • Microwatts to megawatts
  • Near-field inductive and capacitive transfer
  • Far-field and radiative wireless power transfer
  • Acoustic, optical, and solar transfer
  • Directional and omni-directional transfer
  • Static and dynamic wireless charging
  • Power management and power electronics

Materials, components and circuits in wireless power:

  • Coupler design and compensation techniques
  • Thermal, mechanical, and structural system design
  • Materials, components, and systems considerations
  • Detection, alignment, communications, control
  • High-frequency power transmitters and rectifiers
  • High-frequency coils, rectennas, and rectenna arrays
  • Backscattering, RFIDs, and electronic tags
  • Devices & circuits for energy harvesting/scavenging

Applications of wireless power technologies:

  • Electric vehicles: scooters, cars, buses, trucks, trains
  • Mobile, wearable, and implantable devices
  • Smart environments, buildings, industrial plants
  • Precision agriculture and predictive maintenance
  • Underwater and complex environments
  • EMC/EMI, safety, foreign object detection
  • Standards, regulations, and biological effects
  • Techno-economics, policy, and societal impact

Conference Committee

General Chairs

  • Regan Zane, Utah State University
  • Manos Tenzeris, Georgia Tech

Technical Program Chairs

  • Abhilash Kamineni, Utah State University
  • Aaron Brovont, Purdue University
  • Greg Durgin, Georgia Tech
  • Naoki Sinahara, Kyoto University

For general questions, contact: ieee.wptce@gmail.com