EMC Europe history
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. These three symposia were running every other year.
They were then merged in 2010 into EMC Europe – the International Symposium and Exhibition on Electromagnetic Compatibility. EMC Europe is organized annually in a European city with EMC facilities, and provides an international forum to 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), Gothenburg (2014), Dresden (2015) and Wroclaw (2016). In 2017, EMC Europe will be organized for the first time in France (Angers).
EMC Europe has become the biggest conference in Europe dedicated to EMC.