Important Dates and Notices

Important Announcements

  • Although we are aiming to hold the conference onsite, it is expected that it will continue to be difficult for participants, especially those from overseas,
    to come to Japan. Therefore, for those who are not able to attend the conference on-site, we plan to make it possible for them to present their papers
    online and listen to them through the use of Zoom, which is connected to the actual conference venue. At the on-site venue, various measures to
    prevent the spread of COVID-19 infection, such as securing social distance, will be taken for the presentation and discussion of papers.
  • To prevent the spread of COVID-19 infection, the night cruise (banquet) has been cancelled and the registration fee has been revised. Even if you
    present online, the registration fee is the same as for on-site participation.
  • RFIT 2020 has decided to make online auditing free for students. The conditions for free online auditing of students are as follows:
  • On-site participation is not allowed.
  • Papers and other conference materials will not be distributed.
    Conference registration is required to apply for the free online auditing of students.

    Important Dates

    Online registration page is open: June 22, 2020 
    Final Paper Submission: July 10, 2020 
    Conference Date:  September 2-4, 2020 





  • General Information

    The 2020 IEEE International Symposium on Radio-Frequency Integration Technology (RFIT2020) will be held at Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima, in Hiroshima, Japan from September 2-4, 2020. RFIT provides a forum for the integrated circuit and RF technology communities to meet and present the latest developments in integrated circuit design, technology and system integration, with emphasis on wireless communication systems and emerging applications such as IoT, biomedical and healthcare. This conference is sponsored by the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society.

    Hiroshima, Japan

    Hiroshima is one of the largest cities in Japan, and is the political and economic center in the Chugoku (western) region. Hiroshima area has two World Heritage sites where are Itsukushima Shrine and A-bomb Dome. With over 13 million tourists visiting Hiroshima area annual, it is one of the famous tourist attractions in Japan. The conference venue is the Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima, where is located in Moto-Ujina Park on Hiroshima Bay, surrounded by Seto Inland Sea National Park. The conference venue is ideally located, being 20 minutes away by car from the center of Hiroshima and/or Hiroshima station.