Power Electronics Forum

From wide bandgap semiconductors, electrification and renewable energy to energy conversion and electromobility

Efficiency remains paramount across all sectors, driving advancements in GaN and SiC power devices for improved performance. In the last couple of decades, the worldwide SiC and GaN scenes have been characterized by development and growing industry acceptance.

Furthermore, other power semiconductor devices are essential for power regulation and motor drive, providing low-cost solutions with improved safety characteristics. The forum will feature a dedicated session on wide-bandgap semiconductors, highlighting their transformative impact on power electronics. Attendees will explore the latest advancements in GaN and SiC technologies, discussing their role in enhancing efficiency, reducing system sizes, and enabling innovative applications across various industries.

Electric vehicles (EVs) are at the forefront of automotive innovation. With a global push towards sustainable transportation, EVs have garnered significant attention for their potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reliance on fossil fuels. The forum will explore various aspects of electric vehicles, ranging from their powertrain systems to charging infrastructure.

The increasing requirement for power quality and the integration of renewable energy sources, of which energy storage and power regulation are essential, is driving the need for innovative technologies. The Power Electronics Forum will also spotlight the latest trends and innovations in power electronics for energy conversion. Attendees will delve into topics such as advanced power conversion techniques, emerging technologies, and optimization strategies aimed at maximizing efficiency and performance in energy conversion systems.

Focus topics 2024:

  • Wide Bandgap Devices
  • Energy Conversion
  • Electromobility

Who is the audience for the forum?

The target audience of the Power Electronics Forum are development and application engineers as well as technical specialists and project managers who are interested in the latest developments in the field of power electronics and smart energy.

Participating in the forum as an exhibitor?

Under certain conditions, you can participate in the Power Electronics Forum as an exhibitor with a contribution. For more information on how to participate and the costs involved, please contact:

Jürgen Hübner
AspenCore Media

Event details

Power Efficiency Stage, Hall A5

November 12, 13 and 15, 2024

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