Kyoto’s rich culture and 1,200 years of history as the capital of Japan never fails to impress visitors. Kyoto’s 17 UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Sites are situated in a cityscape dominated by over 2,000 temples & shrines. This friendly city of 1.5 million people offers endless opportunities for COMPUMAG attendees to gain meaningful hands-on experience of rich Japanese culture through tea ceremony, sake brewing, kimono wearing, swordsmanship and more. Japan is renowned for its safety and the compactness of Kyoto makes for wonderful strolling during free time. From the moment of arrival at Kansai International Airport, guests of Kyoto can travel easily with clear multilingual signs and clean efficient transportation choices. The Kyoto International Conference Center (ICC Kyoto) is located at a convenient location about 15 minutes from the city center of Kyoto.

ICC Kyoto (Kyoto International Conference Center)
422 Iwakura Oosagi-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto city 606-0001, Japan

ICC Kyoto Area Map

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Important dates

two-page digest submission due:
November 9th December 9th, 2022

Notification of acceptance:
February 15th, 2023

Early-bird registration due:
February 27th, 2023

Onsite conference:
May 22-26, 2023

On-demand conference:
A week after On-site Conference

4-page full paper for IEEE Trans. Magnetics due:
June 11th, 2023