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Next Generation High Voltage Discrete Power Products for Automotive Applications

NOV
12
2020
12. NOV 2020

Lecture Power Electronics Forum > Power Semiconductors & Components

14:00-14:20 h | Virtual

The proliferation of electrified vehicles have pushed the boundaries of power semiconductor performance to the next level. Silicon power devices have traditionally been used to control various power electronic systems in a car such as for main inverter motors, pumps, HVAC compressors, braking and steering systems. Recent advancement of compound semiconductor device such as Silicon Carbide (SiC) has enable increase efficiency of most systems in a vehicle.  Infineon is presenting SiC technology as the next generation high voltage discrete products for automotive OBC applications.

Subjects: Power Electronics

Speaker: Wibawa Chou (Infineon Technologies)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

The proliferation of electrified vehicles have pushed the boundaries of power semiconductor performance to the next level. Silicon power devices have traditionally been used to control various power electronic systems in a car such as for main inverter motors, pumps, HVAC compressors, braking and steering systems. Recent advancement of compound semiconductor device such as Silicon Carbide (SiC) has enable increase efficiency of most systems in a vehicle.  Infineon is presenting SiC technology as the next generation high voltage discrete products for automotive OBC applications.

Wibawa Chou

Wibawa Chou

Infineon Technologies

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Wibawa Chou
Wibawa Chou
Head of Automotive High Power Application and Innovation Engineering

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