CFP: Wireless Power Week June 1-4 2021- San Diego CA, USA

The 2021 IEEE Wireless Power Week (WPW) will be held in San Diego, CA, USA from June 1 through 4, 2021, at San Diego Marriott in Mission Valley. The 2021 IEEE WPW is hosting in parallel the two world-leading conferences in wireless power transfer technologies: the IEEE Workshop on Emerging Technologies: Wireless Power (WoW); and the IEEE Wireless Power Transfer Conference (WPTC).

The WPW has been the largest event in the world for wireless power transfer research. Since the inception in 2018, the WPW have received nearly 1,000 papers and published more than 650 papers. In the 2020 event alone, which was recently held in South Korea, the WPW received more than 300 papers and 400 attendees from all over the world. We hope to see more fellow colleagues in wireless power transfer technologies at the 2021 IEEE WPW! The Wireless Power Transfer School, supported by the IEEE Wireless Power Transfer Project initiate, will be held during the event.

San Diego is a wonderful destination for a variety of activities. There are famous coastal locations nearby like Coronado Beach, Sunset Cliffs, and La Jolla Cove, as well as great natural reserves for hiking like Torrey Pines State Park and Los Peñasquitos Canyon. The city itself is multi-cultural, diverse, and full of exciting attractions like Balboa Park, San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld, etc. The banquet of the 2021 IEEE WPW will be held at a former Aircraft Carrier, USS Midway, now an aircraft museum.

The important dates are:
Deadline for the paper submission: January 15, 2021;
Notification of acceptance: February 28, 2021;
Deadline for final manuscript: March 31, 2021; and
Conference dates: June 1 – 4, 2021.

For more information, please visit the WPW official website: We hope to see more fellow colleagues and exciting research topics and works at the 2021 IEEE WPW.

The 2021 IEEE WPW will be financially co-sponsored by IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) and IEEE Power Electronics Society (PELS), and technically co-sponsored by MTT-S, PELS, and Antenna Propagation Society (APS).