Presenting at MRW2024, and even making your conference paper available via IEEEXplore, does not close the door on a fully-fledged journal publication of your work!

To the contrary, a journal-conference synergy increasingly popular at international conferences is now implemented at MRW2024. It works both ways:


Authors of original papers (i.e., papers of category A or B, as defined in the Call for Papers https://mrw2024.org/call-for-papers/ ) presented at MRW2024 can submit an expanded version of their paper to special post-conference issues of one of the following two journals, popular among the microwave and radar communities, respectively.

  • IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques (T-MTT, aiming for post-MIKON papers),
  • MDPI Remote Sensing (aiming for post-IRS papers).

Information for prospective T-MTT authors:

  • You are cordially invited to attend a Tutorial Session during MRW2024, where Dr. George Ponchak (former Editor-in-Chief of T-MTT and MWCL)  will explain ”How to Write a Paper for IEEE Journals and Navigate the Review Process”.
  • Guest Editor of the T-MTT Special Issue is Prof. Michal Mrozowski.
  • Do not hesitate to come to the IEEE MTT-S Booth in the MRW2024 exhibition area to chat with your colleagues about best practices for technical writing (and making your writing successful!)
  • The topic of the paper MUST be within the scopes of TMTT, according to the Author Information (https://www.mtt.org/author-information-transactions).
  • The expanded version requires that the new technical content includes a more in-depth treatment, new results beyond the MIKON 2024 paper, or both.

Information for prospective MDPI Remote Sensing authors: coming soon.


If you have recently published your work in a journal, but wish to further discuss it with your peers, submit a one-page abstract of the paper, either to  MIKON or IRS). This is a new submisison type at MRW2024 (papers of category C, as defined in the Call for Papers https://mrw2024.org/call-for-papers/ ), designed to help you further popularise your achievements and seek life feedback from the community.