ICMIM 2020 is deferred due to corona virus.

ICMIM 2020 deferred due to spread of COVID-19
Linz, Austria
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Pöstlingberg Linz
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Sciencepark JKU
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Conference Room JKU
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Photo credit: Original Sound of Music Tour ®
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Rohde & Schwarz has developed the leading-edge R&S ATS1500C antenna test system, a test chamber for high performance radar testing, offering an outstanding indirect far-field testing performance. This innovation allowed Uhnder to mature the technology behind the first 4D digital automotive radar-on-chip with 192 virtual channels. It will be presented at ICMIM 2020.
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View ICMIM 2019 and ICMIM 2018 web sites.

Exhibition with state-of-the-art and european's first presenation RF equipment.
Student Sponsorship
Special Session on Social and Economic Aspects of Automated Driving

Important Dates and Notices

ICMIM 2020 is deferred to July (calender week 28 or 29) due to the spread of COVID-19

Conference Registration

Registration will reopen in a few weeks

ICMIM 2020 deferred

Dear authors, attendees, sponsors, and friends of ICMIM!

Finally, the corona virus didn’t stop in Europe, thus for the safety of everybody and following official regulations, we have to announce a cancellation of ICMIM on its originally planned date.

As important characteristics of ICMIM are personal contacts, lively discussions in the session and on invited/keynote talks, the interaction and demonstrations at the exhibition, and the recently announced new student-sponsorship initiative, we still plan for a “real” conference on a postponed date. After limited world-wide travel in the next month and a hopeful recovery to normality, we plan to come back with a new conference date before summer vacation time, in July, calendar week 28 or 29, details coming soon.

Stay healthy and we are looking forward to seeing each other again at ICMIM in Linz

Andreas Stelzer
ICMIM-General Chair
Reinhard Feger
TPC-Chair
Christoph Mecklenbräuker
TPC-Co-Chair

General Information

The 6th annual IEEE MTT-S International Conference on Microwaves for Intelligent Mobility will be held in Linz, Austria. The conference covers all key enabling technologies for intelligent mobility, including components, circuits, systems, and signal processing. Potential applications address automated land, sea, and airborne vehicles, automotive radar and other sensing techniques, navigation and localization, mobile communications, driver assistance, and over-the-air testing. ICMIM 2020 is sponsored by the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) and technically co-sponsored by the Linz Center of Mechatronics (LCM), the Silicon Austria Labs (SAL).

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Technical Sponsors

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Technical Program

The tentative technical program schedule will be posted online.

Conference Proceedings

Access will be provided at the conference.

About Linz

The conference will be held in Linz, Austria.

For toursit information and leisure visit Linz Tourism Website.

Discover the city of Linz with the Visit-Linz-App.

Enjoy a tour to the nearby city of Salzburg and visit the location of the famous movie Sound of Music.

Keynotes at ICMIM 2020

Uhnder The Radar:
Digital Code Modulation

Manju Hegde

CEO and Co-Founder, Uhnder

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Manju Hegde

Manju Hegde
Deep Learning for Perception in Autonomous Vehicles

Sepp Hochreiter

Head of Institute for Machine Learning, the LIT AI Lab and the AUDI.JKU deep learning center

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No safety without Security in cars

Hans Adlkofer

Vice President Automotive System Group, Infineon Technologies AG

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Hans Adlkofer

More to be announced...

Invited Presentations at ICMIM 2020

Artificial Intelligence in Radar Signal Processing, and Fusion of Radar and Camera

Noam Arkind

CTO and Co-Founder, Arbe

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Noam Arkind

Leander Humbert
Testing of MIMO radar sensors

Leander Humbert

Rohde & Schwarz

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Future Radar Requirements for Automotive L4/L5 Autonomous Driving

Jürgen Dickmann

DAIMLER AG

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Juergen Dickmann

Volker Ziegler
Urban Air Mobility – How microwaves will enable 3-D travel in cities

Volker Ziegler

Airbus Central Research and Technology

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A Study of Object Recognition using 79 GHz 3D Imaging Radar and Its Applications

Junji Sato

Panasonic

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Junji Sato

Zongbo Wang
Radar system development for autonomous driving, air mobility and IoT

Zongbo Wang

CEO and Co-Founder, Ainstein

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Multimode Hybrid Analog and Digital Radar for Highly Automated Operation

Maha Achour

Metawave Founder & CEO

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Maha Achour

Frank Gruson
Radar Technology for Assisted and Automated Driving

Frank Gruson

Continental Autonomous Mobility and Safety (AMS)

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Challenges and Solutions of Advanced Automotive Radar Design

Riccardo Giacometti

Keysight

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Riccardo Giacometti

More to be announced...

Gold Sponsors

dSpace Logo Uhnder Logo
Rohde und Schwarz Logo Infineon Logo
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Keysight Logo

For sponsoring requests contact
icmim-chair@nthfs.jku.at

Silver Sponsors

Daimler
Advantest Logo 3DS Logo

For sponsoring request contact
icmim-chair@nthfs.jku.at

Exhibition

The ICMIM 2020 Exhibition: Providing the latest in measurement equipment, RF-modules, components and automotive electronics. Read more

Special Session: Social Impacts of Automated Mobility

Drive less or driverless? Societal expectations and experiences on our automated future!

Martin Russ

Managing Director, AustriaTech Gmbh

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Martin Russ

Andreas Eustacchio

Eustacchio

Andreas Eustacchio

Michael Schlögel

Vienna Insurance Group

Michael Schlögel

Nicholas Evans

UMass Lowell

Nicholas Evans

ICMIM 2020 Office

ICMIM 2020 Office
c/o Institute for Communications Engineering and RF-Systems
Johannes Kepler University Linz
Altenberger Strasse 69
4040 Linz, Austria
icmim-office@nthfs.jku.at