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Carl Baum
The SUMMA Foundation was founded in 1973 and registered with the IRS as a philanthropic organization to promote scientific and educational activities in the field of electromagnetics. Initial funds to the Foundation were contributed by Dr. Carl E. Baum who has, from time to time, also donated the monetary parts of his scientific awards to the Foundation plus additional funds. Contributions have also been made to the Foundation by donors interested inpromoting various scientific activities in the field of electromagnetics. Some of the Foundation activities have had surpluses deposited back with the Foundation.


Winners of the 2018 Carl E. Baum Memorial Medal Announced!

The four winners of the Carl. E Baum Memorial Medal were announced at the AMEREM 2018 Awards Ceremony held at the University of California Santa Barbara . The certificate citations that accompanied the bold, brass medals read as follows:

Mats Bäckström (SAAB Group, Retired)
“For contributions to the development of HPEM test techniques and facilities”

William Prather (AFRL)
“For contributions to EMP and HPM testing and hardening”

               

Best Paper Awards:

The SUMMA Foundation handed out the following four Best Paper Awards at AMEREM 2018, held at The University of California Santa Barbara Aug 27-31, 2018

  • Best HPEM Theoretical Paper — J.-P. Parmantier, I. Junqua, S. Bertuol and P. Schickele - ONERA, France

  • Best HPEM Applied Paper — M. Nyffeler and M. Kaelin - Switzerland

  • Best HPEM Student Paper — Y. Zhou, Y.-Z. Xie, S.-F. Wang (Xi'an Jiatong University, China)

  • Best HPEM Student Paper — M. Zhou, E. Ott, T.M. Antonsen, Jr., and S.M. Anlage (University of Maryland, USA)

                              Click to learn more about ASIAEM 2019!


IEEE EMC Mag Celebrates Baum/Giri Memoir
Click here to view an excerpt from Vol. 5, Quarter 4, of the 2016 IEEE Electromagetic Compatibility Magazine which has just come to our attention!

Please click this sentence to read an electronic pdf version of Dave Giri's book, "My Journey With Carl."


                                

                           

Please click this sentence to view all the photos from ASIAEM 2017!

Click this sentence to view the ASIAEM 2017 Program Book

Click this sentence to view the abstracts from ASIAEM 2017

The ASIAEM2017 symposium was held in Bengaluru, India. Please click here to download the brochure!

New ASIAEM Memos Published:

AMEREM/EUROEM/ASIAEM Memos, Memo 11, Technical Program for ASIAEM 2017; Prepared by D.V. Giri, D.C. Pande and William Radasky, 15 August 2017

AMEREM/EUROEM/ASIAEM Memos, Memo 12, Carl E Baum Medal; D.V. Giri and Z. Sholapurwala, 15 August 2017



Winners of the 2017 Carl E. Baum Memorial Medal Announced!

The four winners of the newly-minted Carl. E Baum Memorial Medal were announced at the banquet of ASIAEM2017 in Bangaluru, India. The certificate citations that accompanied the bold, brass medals read as follows:

D. Venkata Giri
“For major contributions to EMP and HPM, and for ensuring the legacy of Carl E. Baum”

Kelvin S.H. Lee
“For seminal contributions to EMP”

Frederick M. Tesche
“For contributions to electromagnetic topology and EMC”

William A. Radasky
“For contributions to understanding EMP generation and computation”

 

A letter from the New Editor. Please click to read.



EUROEM 2016 took place July 11-14 at the Imperial College London, UK.

Please click this sentence to view the conference website.

Download all the abstracts by clicking here! (Caution, this is a 37 megabyte download)

Click this sentence to view the EUROEM2016 Technical Program.



AMEREM 2014 was held from July 27 to Aug. 1, 2014 at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.

The Final Program Book is available here!

Download all the Abstracts by clicking here!
(Caution: This is a 40 megabyte download) 

The YouTube video above is a collection of over 200 photographs that were taken during AMEREM 2014, set to the music of Dr. Carl E. Baum. If you would like to download an AVI video of the same thing, please click here but note: this is a 150 megabyte file. The resolution is considerably higher than the YouTube video, however. Also, your computer may need a plug-in to play this video properly.


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