A game changer material for power electronics - The production and therefore the use of these semiconductor materials is significantly more complex and costly compared to the established silicon technology, but due to their outstanding properties and the associated possibilities in a variety of applications, WBG semiconductors are increasingly becoming an attractive alternative to Si semiconductors.
Silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) are currently the mainly relevant WBG semiconductor materials and are innovation drivers for e.g. power electronics in sensors & enable new solutions, especially for electromobility and renewable energies. This is primarily made possible by a higher power density and efficiency: thanks to the much higher switching speeds, systems can be designed to be significantly smaller and can also be used more universally due to their higher voltage and temperature resistance.
What to expect from our Experts Sessions
In our 45-minutes expert sessions we would like to present to you trending topics in a technical presentation. Afterwards, our experts will be available for your questions and comments and a joint discussion.
Dates & Topics:
30.1.: Power Electronics – Strategies for High Volume Production and Cost Reduction (Prof. Eckart Hoene)
13.2.: Wafer-level process technologies for SiC/GaN power electronics (Dr. Piotr Mackowiak)
27.2.: Highly reliable Interconnect Processes for Power Electronics (Dr. Matthias Hutter)
12.3.: Novel Integration Concepts for Power Electronics – PCB Embedding for SiC and GaN Semiconductors (Lars Böttcher)
26.3.2024 Reliability Challenges of Power Electronic Modules (Dr. Stefan Wagner)
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Participation is free of charge, registration is required. This workshop series aims to address our customers, partners and interested parties from industry, politics and science.
01/30/2024 16:00 - 03/26/2024 16:45
Online I MS Teams
Business and commerce, Scientists and scholars
Electrical engineering, Traffic / transport
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Seminar / workshop / discussion
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URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event75977
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