IJBST Special Issues on Bio-Electromagnetics





Guest Editor:

Dr. Kshetrimayum Rakhesh Singh, Hon’ble Editorial Board Member; Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, INDIA







Contact:

krs@iitg.ernet.in




Electromagnetic radiation is present everywhere in today's world. All the internet connections are becoming wireless. All telephonic conversations are getting mobile. Most of electronic devices today are wireless. In all wireless and mobile communications or devices, signals are sent from the transmitter and receiver receives those signals. So these signals are present everywhere. Sometimes they interfere with other electronic devices (there arises the issue of EMI/EMC) and it is a form of radiation for us (albeit most of the cases it is in negligible amount).

In some rare cases, they do affect us. In this special issue we will try to elucidate some of these issues. Topics of general interest but not limited to those listed below:
Mobile phone and health issues
Mobile phone and human body interaction
Specific absorption rate (SAR) calculation using Finite-Difference Time
Domain (FDTD) method and SAR values of some commonly used mobile phones
SAR reduction using Electromagnetic Band Gap structures
SAR reduction using metamaterials
Hyperthermia for curing cancer
Electromagnetic interference (EMI)/ Electromagnetic compatibilty (EMC)
Biological effects of microwave or electromagnetic radiation
FDTD or Method of Moments (MoM) model of human head
Any other topic related to bio-electromagnetics

Manuscripts are invited conforming to manuscript formatting guidelines, which is available on the Journal website.

Papers need to be sent to the Editor at editor@ijbst.org indicating that the manuscripts are submitted for this special issue.

Guest Editor: Dr. Kshetrimayum Rakesh Singh


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