Are Power Electronics Ready for High Temperature? – Power Electronics Market BriefingRegister now
For the 4th consecutive year, Yole Développement organizes its Power Electronics Market Briefing during the PCIM Europe show. Entitled “Are Power Electronics Ready for High Temperature?”, the 2016 edition will take place on May 11, 2016 in the Industry Forum Area (Hall 6 – 248) of PCIM Europe (Nuremberg, Germany), from 10:00 to 12:00 AM. Entrance is free for PCIM Europe visitors.
Power density increases, space saving trends and new mechanical configurations are driving power electronics innovations. Increasing temperatures (to coolant, junction temperature, and ambient temperature) have always been a trend, but as the industry is targeting 175-200°C range, the power electronics architecture will have to adapt. From wideband gap devices, assembly materials and passive elements, component suppliers are pushing innovations in to products. What do you think? Is the power electronics industry ready for high temperature?
Join the Market Briefing to listen to presentations and take part in panel discussions between speakers from key companies. More detailed information on speakers to come.
Elena Barbarini, Senior Cost Engineer, System Plus Consulting
Elena is in charge of costing analyses for MEMS, IC and Power Semiconductors. She has a deep knowledge of Electronics R&D and Manufacturing environment. Elena holds a Master in Nanotechnologies and a PhD in Power Electronics.
Serge Loudot, Power Electronics Expert , Renault
Mike Marczi, Vice President, Engineered Materials, Alpha Assembly Materials
Ty McNutt, Director of Business Development, Wolfspeed
Lucien Schosseler, R&D and Business Development Thin Films, DuPont Teijin Films
Pierric Gueguen, Business Unit Manager, Yole Développement
Dr Pierric GUEGUEN is Business Unit Manager for Power Electronics and Compound Semiconductor activities at Yole Développement. He has a PhD in Micro and Nano Electronics and an master degree in Micro and Nanotechnologies for Integrated Circuits. He worked as PhD student at CEA-Leti in the field of 3D Integration for Integrated Circuits and Advanced Packaging. He then joined Renault SAS, and worked for 4 years as technical project manager in R&D division. During this time, he oversaw power electronic converters and integration of Wide Band Gap devices in Electric Vehicles. He is author and co-author of more than 20 technical papers and 15 patents.
Also, our team invites you to exchange on our booth 6-441.
Choose a minimum of three reports in our Power Electronics Bundle from Yole Group of Companies (including Yole Développement, System Plus Consulting and KnowMade) and receive a discount of at least 49% on your package. Contact us or find more information here.
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