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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 in promoting various scientific activities in the field of electromagnetics. Some of the Foundation activities have had surpluses deposited back with the Foundation.

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We are pleased announce the Spring 2015 addition to the Notes Series:

IN 626 Use of the Transmission-Line Super Theory to Determine Generalized Reflection and Transmission Coefficients of an Inhomogeneous Line with Risers, Sergey Tkachenko, Ronald Rambousky, and Jürgen Nitsch, March 2015

IN 627 Study of the Propagation of IEMI Signals Along Power and Communication Lines, Nicolas Mora, Gaspard Lugrin, Farhad Rachidi, October 2015.

PSN 13 EMC/EMI testing requirements optimization using a re-sampling technique – Technical report, Chaouki Kasmi, Sébastien Lalléchère, Pierre Bonnet, Sébastien Girard, Françoise Paladian, Emmanuel Prouff, July 2015

SDAN 45 Experimental comparison of mode-stirrer geometries based on the susceptibility testing of COTS Information Systems in regards of the criticality of effects – Technical report – Part I, V. Houchouas, C. Kasmi, J. Lopes-Esteves, D. Coiffard, July 2015

SDAN 46 Temporal Symmetries in Lossless Linear Networks that Efficiently Transport or Transform Electrical Energy, C. Jerald Buchenauer, October 2015

SSN 570 Design of a Certain Class of Broad Band Dipole Antennas, I L Gallon, D V Giri, Idus Martiae 2015

SSN 571 Considerations for a Compact Loop Antenna and the Benefits of Subdividing the Loop into many Loops, D. V. Giri, F.M. Tesche, 12 September 2015

SSN 572 Modification of Impulse-Radiating Antenna Waveforms for Infrastructure Element Testing, Dr. F. M. Tesche, F.M. Tesche, 25 October 2015

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!

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