The UCMMT 2015 organising committee is pleased to invite you to the 8th UK, Europe, China conference on Millimetre Waves and Terahertz Technologies.

National Museum Wales

Register now. Registration closes 1st September.

Registration closes 10th September

The venues have allowed us to accommodate up to 15 more attendees. Please register as soon as possible to ensure your place.
Eventbrite - UCMMT 2015 - 8th UK-Europe-China Workshop on mm-Waves & THz Technologies

The conference programme is now available.


The conference will be held in Cardiff, UK, from 14th-16th September 2015 in the beautiful surroundings of the National Museum of Wales. It is a unique forum, where World-leading scientists from China, the United Kingdom and mainland Europe share their knowledge in the field of millimetre waves and THz sources, devices, systems and applications.

UCMMT was formerly known as the UK-China Millimetre Waves and Terahertz Technology Workshop, created in 2008 to stimulate and strengthen knowledge and cultural exchange between the UK and China in this domain. In 2012 the workshop (held in Nanjing, China) was extended to include mainland European participants, reflecting the strong geographical demand for closer collaboration in the progress of science and technology. UCMMT is held alternately one year in China and one year in Europe.

Full papers from UCMMT 2015 will be published as the conference proceedings by IEEE, and will be available through the IEEE Xplore digital library. There will also be an award for the best student paper.

We look forward to welcoming you all to UCMMT 2015, in Cardiff.


The focus of the conference covers the broad field of mm-waves and THz technologies, sources, devices, systems and applications.

Topic areas include:

  • Space applications:
    • Astronomy & Astrophysics
    • Earth Observation
  • Solid State
  • Vacuum Electronics
  • Antennas
  • Instrumentation
  • Communications
  • Measurement and Characterisation
  • Spectroscopy
  • Imaging
  • Components
  • Sources
  • Detectors
  • Materials and metamaterials