Tradeshows & Conferences
BODO’S WIDE BANDGAP EVENTSign in for replay
MEET THE ELITE FROM SIC AND GAN
Bringing together innovators and industry experts from around the world to discuss the potential of wide bandgap power semiconductors, this conference serves as a pivotal platform for knowledge exchange, collaboration, and discovery in this rapidly evolving field.
On the first day, there will be a keynote session with a round table, followed by a come-together, that gives you the opportunity to meet new people and maintain existing relationships. The second day will contain two parallel tracks, one for SiC and one for GaN.
Yole Group will be part of program with:
Principal Analyst – Power Electronics & Battery
Unleashing Power GaN: A Dive into Market Dynamics and Supply Chain Evolution
The Power GaN market is poised to represent 6% of the power electronics industry by 2028. Consumer fast chargers and adapters are driving this growth, where trends such as increased power capacities and the advent of “all-GaN” chargers contribute to a higher GaN content per power supply. Power GaN is also extending to other consumer applications like Over-Voltage-Protection in smartphones, offering a billion-unit market potential. Automotive is an additional growth driver; GaN devices find applications in automotive LiDAR, On-board chargers, and DC-DC converters. The Power GaN device market is expected to reach $2B by 2028 with a remarkable 49% CAGR from 2022 to 2028. This presentation aims to delve into the Power GaN market, exploring the evolving supply chain landscape and the various investments underway in this rapidly evolving industry.
Milan Rosina, PhD
Principal Analyst, Power Electronics and Battery
Milan Rosina, PhD is Principal Analyst, Power Electronics and Battery at Yole Group.
He is engaged in the development of the market, technology and strategic analyses dedicated to innovative materials, devices and systems. His main areas of interest are e-mobility, renewable energy, power electronic packaging and batteries.
Milan has 25 years of scientific, industrial and managerial experience involving equipment and process development, due diligence, technology and market surveys in the fields of renewable energies, electric mobility, energy storage, batteries, power electronics, thermal management, and innovative materials and devices.
He received his PhD degree from Grenoble Institute of Technology (Grenoble INP) in France.
Milan Rosina previously worked for the Institute of Electrical Engineering in Slovakia, Centrotherm in Germany, Fraunhofer IWS in Germany, CEA LETI in France, and utility company ENGIE in France.