Tutorials

There are several tutorials to choose from on 2 September - either 3 hours or 6 hours (morning and/or afternoon). The registration fee is valid for all tutorials (flat fee) and you will get access to all presentation material. Please choose your preference for morning and afternoon during registration in ConfTool to allow us to assign the rooms according to demand.

The following tutorials are confirmed:
 


 Topic
 

 
 Main Instructor(s)
   

 
 Category
 

 Time
 


 Towards Reliable Power Electronics
 
A Practical Outlook on Design-for-Reliability 


 Dr. Ionuț Vernica, Plexim GmbH
 Prof. Yi Zhang, Aalborg University
 Prof. Frede Blaabjerg, Aalborg University


  Reliability


  Full Day  


 Switching Losses in Power Semiconductors
 A Comprehensive How-To for Accurate & Reliable Loss Data 


 Dr. Sebastian Sprunck, Fraunhofer IEE
 Prof. Marco Jung, Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences & Fraunhofer IEE
 Christian Lottis, Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences
 Hauke Lutzen, University of Bremen


  WBG
  Measurement 


  Full Day


 Embedded Code Generation for Power Electronics
Using the PLECS Toolchain 


 Christopher Ranisch, University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt
 Lino Capponi, Plexim GmbH  


  Embedded
  Code


  Full Day


 Electric Powertrain
 Energy Systems, Power Electronics and Drives
 for Hybrid, Electric and Fuel Cell Vehicles


 Dr. John G. Hayes, University College Cork


  Drivetrain


  Morning


 USB-PD Off-Line Chargers, Integrated DC-DC Converters
 
Newest Topologies, Control and Components 

 Dr. Matthias Radecker, Smart Power Consulting
 Li Le, Fraunhofer IIS


  Specific
  Topic


  Morning


 Medium voltage power conversion
 with SiC power devices 


 Prof. Jacek Rąbkowski, Warsaw University of Technology
 Prof. Rafał Kopacz, Warsaw University of Technology


  High Power
  System


  Morning


 Failure Mechanisms
 
Insulating Polymer in Power Electronics 


 Dr. Sebastian Wels, University of Kassel


  Reliability


  Morning


 Maximizing the Performance of Power Electronic Systems
 
by Means of Model Predictive Control


 Prof. Petros Karamanakos, Tampere University


  Control and
  Stability


  Morning


 Magnetic Components in Power Electronics 


 Peter Zacharias, University of Kassel
 Wilmar Martinez, KU Leuven
 Jens Friebe, University of Kassel


  Magnetics


  Morning


 Power electronics converters
 for open-winding motor drives
 


 Prof. Dong Jiang, Huazhong University of Science and Technology


  Specific
  Topic


  Afternoon 


 Digital Twin of Renewable energy sources
 Modernization & renovation of overloaded power systems 


 Prof. Olena Rubanenko, Vinnitsya National Technical University
 Dr. Milan Belik, University of West Bohemia


  High Power
  System


  Afternoon 


 Stability and Control of Grid-Forming Converters 


 Prof. Xiongfei Wang, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
 Prof. Fangzhou Zhao, Aalborg University


  Control an
  Stability


  Afternoon 


 Planar Magnetics for On Board Chargers and others 


 Prof. Eckart Hoehne, Fraunhofer IZM
 Stefan Hofmann, Fraunhofer IZM
 Andreas Kieninger, Fraunhofer IZM


  Magnetics


  Afternoon 


 Power Electronics for Drives and
 Integrated Drive Concepts 


 Prof. Bulent Sarlioglu, University of Wisconsin-Madison


  Drivetrains


  Afternoon 


 Gallium Nitride HEMTS
 Device Characteristics and Application Guidelines


 Dr. Edward A. Jones, Infineon Technologies Austria AG
 Benedikt Kohlhepp, TU Berlin, Power Electronics


  WBG


  Afternoon 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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