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IEEE Sponsors
-IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society
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On behalf of the steering committee, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the beautiful Islands of Hawaii. Besides the beauty of the State, we are delighted to offer you an informative conference with stimulating technical sessions that discuss state-of-the-art developments in the antenna and propagation technologies and their associated recent theoretical, computational, and experimental advances. In addition to the technical program, plenary and special sessions, short courses, and workshops will be scheduled to help further complement the technical program with broader presentations as well as with the needed educational and training activities in some of the emerging applications areas of this technology.

The tropical Islands of Hawaii offer ample opportunities to relax and unwind. Possibly more than any place else on earth, Hawaii offers a variety of activities that fit every need, taste, desire and mode of relaxation. So, please take advantage of your stay and enjoy the breathtaking sites that you can only find and see in Hawaii. To ensure your enjoyment we offer some of our popular tourist attractions, including a visit to the Polynesian Cultural Center, the number one tourist attraction in Hawaii, and also a luau dinner which is one of the traditional dinners for visitors. The conference staff will be delighted to help you schedule other world famous and popular site seeing tours including a visit to the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve for snorkeling, or the North Shore for a view of world class surfing.

We are happy to welcome you to Oahu and we certainly hope that you will enjoy the incredible sites that Honolulu has to offer, and find the scheduled technical sessions stimulating and pertinent to our interest in recent advances in electromagnetics research with specific focus on the antennas and propagations areas. The conference chairs, members of the steering committee, the large number of student volunteers, the Three Dimensions Conference Management group, and I are looking forward to welcoming you to Hawaii.

Mahalo for your interest and participation,

Magdy F. Iskander
General Chair

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