Call for papers

The Workshop on Microwave Theory and Technology in Wireless Communication (MTTW’23) ( is another continuation of a long tradition of holding communication workshops and conferences at the Riga Technical University. This year the Workshop will take place on October 4–6 and will be one of the fundamental activities of ICT fest ( and the annual celebration of the IEEE Day in Baltic states. A series of scientific events dedicated to technological progress on the edge that takes place in the very center of the city of the 13th century on the shores of the Baltic Sea creates a unique atmosphere of conjugation of times. The Workshop has traditionally been a place of scientific acquaintance and fertile soil for many scientific, academic, and industrial projects nurtured in the fields of the Workshop.

Participation in the workshop is supported by IEEE Latvia COM/MTT/AP joint chapter, IEEE Latvia section, and Riga Technical University. The Workshop is held in-person and will contain a special online session.

Important dates

Paper submission due:
Notification to authors:
Attendance Registration:
Camera ready due:

June 16, 2023
July 28, 2023
September 1, 2023
September 15, 2023
October 4-6, 2023

List of Topics  

Wireless Communications

  • Communication Systems
  • Digital Signal Processing and Artificial Intelligence
  • Sensor Networks and IoT
  • Wireless System Architecture
  • Propagation Channel Modeling
  • MIMO and Multi-Antenna Communications
  • Software-Defined Radio and Cognitive Radio
  • Ad-hoc and Cell-Based Networking
  • Ultra-Wideband Communication
  • Quantum Communications
  • Chaotic Communications

Microwave Theory and Technology

  • Antenna Technologies
  • Microwave Electronics
  • Microwave Photonics
  • MM-Wave to THz Technology and Applications
  • Wireless Power Transfer and Energy Harvesting
  • Biomedical and Environmental Applications
  • Electromagnetic Field Theory and Numerical Techniques
  • 3D and Novel Engineered Materials
  • Measurement Techniques and Systems
  • Passive Components, Circuits, and Subsystems
  • Active Components, Circuits, and Subsystems