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The Southeastern Michigan IEEE EMC Society Chapter Proudly Presents

EMC Fest '2002 

April 22, 2002

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A Colloquium and Exhibition on Designing for EMC


Reverberation Chambers

Location: The Dearborn Inn, Dearborn, Michigan

Web Pre-Registrations Closed at 12:00 PM EDT on Thursday 4/18/02

You may register at the door.

 Advertiser and Vendor Registration Link


Industry renowned speakers:

Chris Kendall and Mike Hatfield


The Dearborn Inn

With, Tutorials & Demos Covering:

"Design for EMC Immunity & Reverberation Chamber Test Techniques"

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The IEEE EMCFest'2002 speaker information:

Chris Kendall, CEO and Principal Consultant for CKC Laboratories, has presented hundreds of workshops worldwide on EMC design, testing and standards. In the past 38 years, Chris has also been the chief EMC consultant for a multitude of commercial, medical, military and avionics projects. Beyond his vast knowledge of EMC, Chris is a gifted teacher and lecturer. Attendee interaction, in the form of questions and other inputs, are a valuable aspect of every Chris Kendall workshop.

Mike Hatfield has been with the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Dahlgren, VA, since receiving his B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from West Virginia Tech in 1979. Since 1982 he has been in the Systems Electromagnetic Effects Branch where he is in charge of development and operation of the NSWC Reverberation Chamber Facility. He is a member of the IEEE EMC Society and has been actively publishing articles about Reverberation Chambers in the EMC Transactions and at the EMC Symposia since 1988. The IEEE EMC Society awarded Mike the Richard R. Stoddard Award in 1995 and the Laurence G. Cumming Award in 1997 for his work with Reverberation Chambers

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April 22, 2002





EMC Design Fundamentals
Chris Kendall


BREAK & Exhibits



EMC Design Fundamentals
Chris Kendall





Practical Reverberation Chamber Testing
Mike Hatfield


BREAK & Exhibits

Practical Reverberation Chamber Testing
Mike Hatfield



Chocolate Stretch Break



Questions & Answers







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Note: The scheduled times and order of speakers may be subject to change without advance notice.

The Program

EMC Fest 2002 consists of a series of technical sessions addressing Design for EMC and Reverberation Test Techniques..

EMC Fest '2002 sessions will cover the following topics:

Demonstrations of the techniques discussed during each session will be held from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm during the reception. Tabletop exhibits will be open during registration, lunch, all breaks, and the reception. Access to tabletop displays is available during the sessions, but the displays may not be manned during those times.

Hotel Information

The Dearborn Inn

20301 Oakwood Boulevard

Dearborn, Michigan 48124


*The Dearborn Inn Hotel is offering reduced room rates for reservations. IEEE Special Room rates are available for $159.00 (single or double occupancy), plus 14% tax. There are a LIMITED number if hotel rooms at this price. You must mention "EMC Fest 2002" to get this special rate and reserve prior to April 1st. After April 1st rooms and rates are subject to availability. The Dearborn Inn Hotel is located 15 minutes from Detroit Metropolitan Airport.

Transportation: Shared Airport shuttle service is available between the Detroit Metropolitan Airport and The Dearborn Inn 24 Hours per day. Contact the hotel to make arrangements.





Registered by March 1st


Registered March 2nd - April 1st:


Registered After April 1st** & at door:


Non IEEE Member Additional Charge:


Full -time Students with copy of valid Student I.D., Postmark by April 1st:


EMC Fest Record, with advance registration:


EMC Fest Record, additional copies ordered by April 1st**:


* Please, do not mail after April 10th .
**Web Registration Closed at Noon EDT on 4/18/2002


IEEE EMCFest '2002 Committee

Kimball Williams
248-354-2845, fax 248-208-2018

Janet O'Neil
425-868-2558, fax 425-868-0547

Technical Program & Publications:
Mark Steffka
General Motors Corporation

Mike Bosley
Visteon Corporation

William Ashe

Scott Lytle
Yazaki North America
6800 Haggerty Road
Canton, Michigan 48187
734-983-6012, fax 734-983-6013


*Available at EMC Fest only. Advance registrants receive one free copy at EMC Fest.

The registration fee includes one copy of the EMC Fest record, continental breakfast, lunch, and reception. The organizing committee reserves the right to substitute speakers, restrict size, or to cancel the EMC Fest. In the event EMC Fest is canceled by the organizing committee, registration fees will be fully refunded. Individuals that cancel their registration prior to March 22 will receive a full refund. No refunds will be made to individuals who cancel their registration after March 22. Attendance is limited. Registration will be confirmed on a first come, first served basis.


Credit Card Registrations may be SECURE FAXED to Scott Lytle at 734-983-6013 by using the Adobe Acrobat Registration Form

Please make checks payable to: EMC Fest '2002. Please fill out and print the Credit Card registration form for all checks.

Mail checks to:

IEEE EMC Fest '2002
c/o Scott Lytle
Yazaki North America
6800 Haggerty Road
Canton, MI 48187

Please do not mail after April 10th.

Sponsored by the Southeastern Michigan Chapter of the IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Society.

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