WPTCE 2023 Call for Papers

The 2023 Wireless Power Transfer 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 on topics related to wireless power including, but not limited to, the three categories and sub-areas below. Learn more about the Submission Details here.


Important Dates

February 17, 2023 – Initial Paper Submission Deadline (Submission Link available first week of Feb)

March 24, 2023 – Paper Acceptance Notification

April 21, 2023 – Final Paper 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