As General Chair, I invite you to participate in the 2014 IEEE Radio Frequency Integration Technology (RFIT) Symposium, to be held in Hefei, China on 27-30 August 2014. RFIT is the premier IC conference focused exclusively on the latest developments in RF, Microwave, and Millimeter Wave Integrated Circuit technology and innovation.
RFIT is a focused yet interdisciplinary advanced forum for microwave and microelectronics technologies. With the very successful RFIT symposia held in Singapore and Beijing since 2005, the biennial RFIT symposium will now become annual event in region 10 solely sponsored by IEEE MTT Society commencing 2014. It will rotate among China, Japan, Taiwan, Korea and Singapore, and will be held in end of August or beginning of September every year. The revamped annual RFIT conference will kick-off from the unique university USTC in Hefei, China and the unique Mt. Huangshan (Yellow Mountain). Read more: Chair's Welcome
RFIT2014 General Chair
Professor Fujiang Lin
Owned by MTT-S, technically sponsored by MTT Nanjing Chapter and Hefei Student Branch, RFIT provides a forum for the integrated circuit and technology communities to meet and present the latest developments in integrated circuit design, technology and system integration, with emphasis on wireless communication systems and emerging applications such as biology and healthcare, as well as emerging THz and 3D integration technologies.This year’s theme is Silicon Technology Heats up for THz.
RFIT will continue to feature both invited and contributed papers. Distinguished researchers will be invited to deliver keynote speeches and invited talks on technology trends and significant advances. The best papers will be selected from the contributed papers for awards. Both invited and contributed papers that are accepted by RFIT will appear in the IEEE Xplore, Science Citation Index (SCI) and Engineering Index (EI). Extended versions of the papers can be published in one issue of the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques subject to the normal review procedure.
Of all the notable mountains in China, it is probably the most famous to be found in the south of Anhui province. Originally known as Mt. Yishan it was renamed Mt. Huangshan in 747 AD in recognition of the legendary Huang Di, who was the reputed ancestor of the Chinese people and who made magic pills for immortality here.
Wu yue is the collective name given to China's most important mountains, namely Mt. Taishan in Shandong Province, Mt. Huashan in Shaanxi Province, Mt. Hengshan in Shanxi Province, Mt. Songshan in Henan Province and Mt. Hengshan in Hunan Province. It is said that you won't want to visit any others after seeing wu yue but you won't wish to see even wu yue after returning from it. This saying may give you some idea of the beauty and uniqueness of it. Together with the Yellow River, the Yangtze River and the Great Wall, it has become one of the great symbols of China.
It can boast not only of its magnificence but also its abundant resources and great variety of zoological species, for which it has been listed as a World Natural and Cultural Heritage Site.