Advance your EMC knowledge and career with three days of in-depth classes on EMC at the IEEE EMC Society’s premier educational event.

You could travel the world to try to find the best university-level courses on EMC. Or you could just attend this year’s Clayton R. Paul Global University to find our Society’s most skilled and experienced educators presenting a comprehensive program of EMC information that you need for your career.

Clayton R. Paul Global University debuted at the 2007 IEEE EMC Symposium in Honolulu, Hawaii. A total of 59 engineers attended a series ten two-hour sessions from a group of international & distinguished educators.

While this special program has been a part of the IEEE EMC Symposiums for many years, the Education Committee has made a special effort this year to renew the program and rededicate its vision to more closely align with Dr. Paul’s and Dr. Canavero’s original vision. One particular goal is to provide a clear distinction between content presented in Fundamentals and that of the Clayton R. Paul Global University.


8:00 - 10:00     Signal Spectra  
10:30 - 12:30   Non-Ideal Components  
1:00 - 3:00       Conducted Emissions and Power Filters  
3:30 - 5:30       Shielding  

8:00 - 10:00     Antennas  
10:30 - 12:30   Transmission Lines and Signal Integrity
1:00 - 3:00       Crosstalk  
3:30 - 5:30       Radiated Emissions  

8:00 - 10:00     Electrostatic Discharge  
2:30 - 4:30       PCB & System Design for EMC

Signal Spectra

Dr. Francesca Maradei
Professor, Sapienza University of Rome. Past President, IEEE EMC Society
Read Dr. Francesca Maradei's Bio


Non-Ideal Components

Mr. Scott Piper
BSEE, EMC Subject Matter Expert, General Motors, Vice-chair of IEEE EMC Society Technical Committee 9, Computational Electromagnetics
Read Scott Piper's Bio


Conducted Emissions

Dr. Todd Hubing
Professor Emeritus, Clemson University, IEEE Fellow, ACES Fellow, Past President, IEEE EMC Society
Dr. Todd Hubing's Bio



Mr. Zhong Chen
MSEE, Director of RF Engineering, ETS-Lindgren, Chair of ANSI ASC C63® Subcommittee 1
Read Zhong Chen's Bio



Dr. Frank Leferink
Professor, University of Twente, Technical Authority, THALES Nederland, IEEE Fellow
Read Dr. Frank Leferink's Bio


Transmission Lines and Signal Integrity

Dr. Chulsoon Hwang
Assistant Professor, Missouri University of Science & Technology
Read Dr. Chulsoon Hwang's Bio



Dr. Xiaoning Ye
Principal Engineer, Intel Corporation, Chair of IEEE EMC Society’s Technical Advisory Committee
Read Dr. Xiaoning Ye's Bio


Radiated Emissions

Mr. Lee Hill
MSEE, Founding Partner, SILENT Solutions LLC & GmbH, Adjunct Faculty, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), Associate Tutor, University of Oxford
Read Lee Hill's Bio


Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)

Dr. David Pommerenke
Professor, Missouri University of Science & Technology, IEEE Fellow, Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on EMC
Read Dr. David Pommerenke's Bio


PCB and System Design for EMC

Dr. Bruce Archambeault
Adjunct Professor, Missouri University of Science & Technology, IBM Distinguished Engineer Emeritus, Principal, Archambeault EMI/EMC Enterprises, IEEE Fellow, President, IEEE EMC Society
Read Dr. Bruce Archambeault's Bio


“Our ultimate goal is when you return to your work site after the course for you to be able to solve EMC problems that you could not solve before.  Moreover we want to change the way you think about EMC so that your solution of EMC problems will be enhanced markedly.  So be prepared for an intensive and rewarding learning experience.”
– 2007 Co-Chairs and Organizers, Drs. Clayton Paul and Flavio Canavero

Global University


Global EMC University Price: $350




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