Reverberation chambers (RCs) have served yet another purpose, though, this time, a not-so-technical one. At EMC Europe 2020 in Roma, Italy, an open debate has been carried out on some disputing arguments regarding RCs. This debate focused on a (apparent?) confrontation between the “traditional” RCs and the “chaotic” RCs. The fruitful debate inspired, in a novel way, intriguing and captivating comments on the nature, the uses and applications of RCs. The reader will find that there are several topics on which the debaters still disagree. Most probably, the reader him/herself would have a divergent opinion on some of the topics detailed in this paper. These divergences should not represent any major issue but, on the contrary, they should make research even more interesting by acknowledging and reflecting on the exciting complexity of the learning process. This is a rather unusual paper which briefly reports on the main topics and arguments covered during the debate. Furthermore, and perhaps more interestingly, it also reflects on the importance of scientific debates, conversations and exchange of ideas which were experienced during such discussion forum.
Reverberation Chambers at the Edge of Chaos: Discussion Forum at EMC Europe 2020 / Serra, R.; Gradoni, G.; Andrieu, G.; Mariani Primiani, V.; Magdowski, M.; Legrand, O.; Ahmed, M.. - In: IEEE ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY MAGAZINE. - ISSN 2162-2264. - STAMPA. - 11:1(2022), pp. 73-88. [10.1109/MEMC.2022.9780346]