IMPI 56 Symposium
June 14 - 17, 2022
Savannah, Georgia, USA

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Microwave technology has long been at the forefront of cutting-edge research and innovation, enabling advancements across a plethora of industries. In the heart of this evolving landscape, the International Microwave Power Institute (IMPI) held its 56th Annual Microwave Power Symposium from June 14 to 16, 2022, at The DeSoto Hotel in picturesque Savannah, Georgia, USA. The symposium provided an invaluable platform for industry experts, researchers, and enthusiasts to converge, exchange ideas, and showcase their latest breakthroughs in the realm of microwave power.
IMPI's Annual Microwave Power Symposium has cemented its reputation as a premier event in the field of microwave power. The 2022 edition was no exception, drawing participants from around the globe who are passionate about advancing the frontiers of microwave technology. The symposium facilitated the cross-pollination of ideas, fostering collaboration between researchers, industry experts, and academia.
At the heart of this event, QWED stood as a prominent participant, showcasing its commitment to advancing microwave power technologies. The company's presence was not just limited to attendees; QWED also set up an engaging and informative exhibition site. This platform offered attendees a unique opportunity to interact with QWED's experts, delve into their cutting-edge solutions, and gain valuable insights into the latest trends and breakthroughs in the field.
One of the standout moments of the symposium was Marzena Olszewska–Placha's pivotal role as a session chair for the computer modelling track. Olszewska–Placha's expertise and contributions in the area of computer modelling are widely recognized, making her an ideal choice to steer the discussions in this crucial track. Her insights and leadership added depth to the symposium's technical sessions, fostering an environment of knowledge exchange and exploration.
IMPI's 56th Annual Microwave Power Symposium was more than just an event; it was a convergence of brilliant minds, pioneering technologies, and a shared vision for the future of microwave power. QWED's active participation, Marzena Olszewska–Placha's insightful session chair role and captivating presentation added layers of significance to the symposium. As the field of microwave power continues to evolve, events like these serve as crucial touchpoints for the exchange of ideas that will shape the course of innovation for years to come.