ANALYST THURSDAY – Technical pillars for car electrification: power, controller, and batterySign in for replay
highlighting various technological themes at Yole GROUP closely related to electrification.
The hundred years old automotive industry has never seen a lack of innovation. However, nothing in the past decades is close to the ongoing revolution brought by electrification. We see irreversible trends in all transportation segments and all regions worldwide.
Technically, the transition is not simply a replacement of a powertrain, from engine and transmission to e-axle containing inverter, e-motor, and reducer. Core technologies in vehicle design, manufacturing, and services are shifting fundamentally.
In this webinar, Yole Group, known for our expertise in semiconductors and related technologies, shares our vision of the multiple technical pillars of car electrification, far beyond the e-axle. Inverters, with a focus on critical power electronics such as SiC MOSFETs and Si IGBTs, will be explained. Other high voltage systems, in this case, an OBC and DC/DC combo, will be used to demonstrate the integration trends with an actual teardown example. The change will also be discussed on the microcontroller level, reflecting an exciting shift from internal combustion engine (ICE) times. Last but not least, the most valuable part of a BEV, the battery pack, will be highlighted with technical insights on the innovations ahead.
This webinar will highlight:
- Automotive Electrification Market Review
- Power Electronics (SiC and IGBT module teardown)
- Integration – VMax teardown
- MCU trends
- Battery Pack Trends
Do you have questions for Yole Group analysts focused on Automotive Electrification?
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Electronic System Department Director & Quality Manager
Wilfried Theron is the Director of Electronic Systems Department and Quality Manager at Yole SystemPlus, part of Yole Group (Yole).
Technology & Cost Analyst
Amine Allouche serves as a Technology & Cost Analyst, Power Electronics, at Yole SystemPlus, part of Yole Group.
Senior Technology & Market Analyst, Power electronics
Yu Yang, Ph.D., is a Senior Technology and Market Analyst, Power Electronics at Yole Intelligence, part of Yole Group (Yole), within the Power & Wireless division.
Based in Belgium, Yu is engaged in technology and market studies of power electronics applied to mobility electrification with a strong focus on the automotive industry. Yu is also involved in other studies of power and automotive electronics at Yole.
Prior to Yole, Yu worked as a Business Development Partner and R&D Project Leader at Punch Powertrain N.V. (Belgium), R&D Project Manager at Bekaert N.V. (Belgium), and Doctorate Researcher at IMEC (Belgium).
Yu Yang holds a Ph.D. in Materials Engineering from Leuven University (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven) in Belgium and a master’s in Electrical Engineering from Tsinghua University (China).
Principal Analyst, Computing & Software
Tom Hackenberg is a Principal Analyst for Computing and Software in the Semiconductor, Memory and Computing Division at Yole Intelligence, part of Yole Group.
Tom is engaged in developing processor market monitors and research into related technology trends. He is currently focused on low and ultralow power solutions such as MCUs. Tom is an industry leading expert with more than a decade’s experience reporting on markets for semiconductor processors including CPUs, GPUs, MPUs, MCUs, SoC ASICs & ASSPs, FPGAs and configurable processors. Tom is also well-versed in related technology trends including IoT, heterogeneous processing, chiplets, AI and edge computing.
Prior to joining Yole, Tom was a principal analyst at OMDIA, IHS Markit and began processor market research in 2006 for IMS Research. He worked with market-leading processor suppliers developing both syndicated and custom research. Tom holds a BSECE from the University of Texas at Austin specializing in Processors and FPGAs.
Senior Technology & Market Analyst, Compound Semiconductor & Emerging Substrates at Yole Intelligence
Poshun Chiu is Senior Technology & Market Analyst specializing in Compound Semiconductor and Emerging Substrates at Yole Intelligence, part of Yole Group.
Poshun Chiu is Senior Technology & Market Analyst specializing in Compound Semiconductor and Emerging Substrates at Yole Intelligence, part of Yole Group. As a member of the Power Electronics & Wireless division at Yole, Poshun focuses on power, RF, and opto-electronics. He is engaged in the development of technology and market reports and is also involved in custom projects.
Poshun received an MSc degree in Microelectronics from National Cheng Kung University (TW) and an MBA from IESEG School of Management (FR).
Power Electronics and Battery Senior Analyst
Shalu Agarwal, PhD. is Power Electronics and Battery Senior Analyst within the Power & Wireless division at Yole Intelligence, part of Yole Group.
Based on India, Shalu is engaged in the development of technology & market reports as well as the production of custom consulting studies.
Shalu has more than 12 years’ experience in Electronic Material Chemistry. Before joining Yole, she worked as a project manager and research professor in the field of electronic materials, batteries and inorganic chemistry.
Shalu Agarwal received her master’s and Ph.D. degree in Chemistry from the Indian institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee (India).