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7th International Workshop on Biological effects of Electromagnetic fields

(7thIWSBEEMF)

Malta, 8 - 12 October 2012

In response to the increasing global concern about the biological effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF) around us, the 7th International Workshop is to provide the ideal event for researchers, engineers, public authorities, consultants and industries from all over the world to come together and learn from each other.

Over the twelve year span since the first event in the year 2000, the IWSBEEMF has evolved in a unified and unique international forum for academics and professionals with cross-disciplinary interests. This bi-annual event serves as the principal reference body for presenting and discussing the most outstanding research and development, experiences and concerns in the field.

The workshop is aimed to cover all areas of EMF from basic research, experimental results, modelling and simulation, management and regulatory policies and much more.


 

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Participants at the 7th International Workshop on Biological Effects of EMF.


Organised by

Electromagnetics Research Group - EMRG

(Malta)

Department of Physics

University of Malta

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