EMC Europe 2017 Angers

International Symposium and Exhibition on Electromagnetic Compatibility
September 4-8, 2017, Angers, France

General Information


On behalf of the International Steering Committee, I am delighted and privileged to welcome you and your families to the major European conference on EMC, from 4 to 8 September in Angers, one of the best cities of good living in France.
Angers, located in the Loire Valley (1.5 hour from Paris by train), is classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage for Humanity. For many centuries, it has evolved from an ancient city into a flagship of modern technology, receiving the FrenchTech label for its contribution to the Internet of Things while keeping its traditional character.
EMC Europe 2017 focuses on the high quality of scientific and technical contributions as well as the fruitfulness of exchanges among EMC researchers and practitioners from all over the world, in a spirit of openness and conviviality. The conference will cover the whole spectrum of EMC topics, including emerging trends. Special sessions, workshops, tutorials and a large exhibition will be organized along with regular sessions.
Angers is a place where the ‘French way of life’ expression takes on its full meaning. From castles to wine-tasting, from sightseeing to good food, you will not be disappointed with your stay.
Join us in EMC Europe 2017 for an experience you will never forget.

EMC Europe history

The EMC Europe, the leading International Symposium on electromagnetic compatibility in Europe, continues the long tradition of independent regular international Symposia on EMC organized in Europe in: Wroclaw (20 editions since 1972) and Zurich (20 editions since 1973) as well as European Symposia organized in Rome (since 1994) and then in Brugge, Sorrento, Eindhoven, Barcelona and Hamburg. Those three symposia were running every second year.
Those International EMC conferences organized in Europe had been merged in 2010 into EMC Europe - the International Symposium and Exhibition on Electromagnetic Compatibility. EMC Europe is organized annually in one of a European city with EMC scientific center to provide an international forum for the exchange technical information on EMC.
The first joint EMC Europe was organized in Wroclaw in 2010. Next were held in York (2011), Rome (2012), Brugge (2013), Gottenburg (2014), Dresden (2015) and Wroclaw (2016). In 2017 EMC Europe will be organized for the first time in Angers.
EMC Europe become the biggest conference dedicated to EMC in Europe.

Important Dates and Program

Proposals Deadline: 15 February 2017
Acceptance Notification: 17 April 2017
Final Submission Deadline: 15 May 2017
Reduced Fee Registration Deadline: 15 May 2017
Conference: 4 to 8 September 2017

Proposals Deadline: 15 March 2017
Acceptance Notification: 17 April 2017
Final Submission Deadline: 15 May 2017
Reduced Fee Registration Deadline: 15 May 2017
Conference: 4 to 8 September 2017

Download all important dates to your calendar with this handy .ical file.

EMC Europe 2017 Preliminary program

This is only a preliminary program!!!
Day 1
Registration, workshops and tutorials, exhibition installation
Day 2
Opening session, oral and poster sessions, exhibition, welcome reception
Day 3
Oral and poster sessions, exhibition, gala diner
Day 4
Oral and poster sessions

Sponsors and Exhibitors

It is possible to take advantage of many sponsorship opportunities. Proposals of sponsor packages are available, but any form of sponsoring (technical, financial or any other) to promote the conference or increase its quality is very welcome.
If you would like to sponsor EMC Europe 2017 or to exhibit, please visit our Exhibition & Sponsorship page


EMC EUROPE 2017 will take place in ESEO Graduate School Of Engineering in Angers, France.
ESEO is located approximately 2.5 km from Angers city centre.
Angers, is well connected by air, rail and road to many other French and European cities. Please visit our

Getting to Angers page for more information.


ESEO Graduate School of Engineering
10 Bd Jean Jeanneteau CS 90717
49107 ANGERS cedex 2 - France

Getting to ESEO

ESEO is located close to Angers city centre and is well connected by public transport to the city centre and Angers train station.

By Tram

ESEO is regularly serviced by the city tram line.
Please visit Angers Trams for further information including timetables, ticket prices, etc

By Bus

ESEO is regularly serviced by a number of bus routes from the city centre.

  • Number 5A/B
  • Number8

Please visit Angers Bus for further information including timetables, ticket prices, etc

By Car

Car parking is available on the main campus of ESEO. See campus plan


The International Symposium and Exhibition on Electromagnetic Compatibility participants get attractive prices on a variety of hotels.
To benefit from this offer, book your accommodation now (limited availability) and extend your stay in Angers!
Need more information?
Contact the Booking Office: +33 (0)2 41 23 50 23
Or mail: :resa@angersloiretourisme.com
Click here to book your hotel

Getting to Angers

Getting to Angers

90 minutes from Paris with 117 cities accessible in round trip in the day Angers is a crossroads in the heart of the Great West.

Angers by air

Angers Loire AIRPORT 15 minutes from Angers airport by taxi. Flights from Nice, Toulouse and London.
Nantes Atlantique AIRPORT 40 minutes by TGV + airport transfer.

Angers by train

Very frequent TGV connections from Saint-Laud Train station
Atlantic Coast 60 min (40 min Nantes)
Paris 90 min
Lille 3h30
Lyon 3h45
Bruxelles (Thalys / TGV) 4h10
London (Eurostar) less than half a day

Angers by car

Highways A11, A85, A87
Nantes-Angers: 45 min
Rennes-Angers: 1h45
Paris-Angers: 2h30
Bordeaux-Angers: 3h40

Tourism Around Angers

Angers is a beautiful medieval city, with many historical monuments. If you have a moment during the conference, do not forget to visit some!