PowerAmerica Short Courses
Wide Bandgap Devices & Applications Short Course Outline
This course outline is from the November 7-9, 2017 course hosted at the PowerAmerica Offices in Raleigh, NC.
Enable industrial power electronics engineers to incorporate SiC and GaN technology into products and systems, and fully utilize the benefits of this technology. Earn Professional Development Hours (PDH) and/or Continuing Education Units (CEU) upon completing the short course.
Provide the basics of SiC and GaN power electronics technology. Participants gain experience through applications-specific examples and hands-on laboratory demonstrations.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
POWER ELECTRONICS APPLICATIONS ENGINEERS
POWER DEVICE ENGINEERS
SiC & GaN TECHNICAL MARKETING PROFESSIONALS
POWER ELECTRONICS BUSINESS & PRODUCT LINE MANAGERS
Victor Veliadis, PhD | Deputy Executive Director and CTO, PowerAmerica
David Reusch, PhD | Executive Director of Applications Engineering, Efficient Power Conversion Corporation (EPC)
David Levett BSc. PhD | Power Electronics Design and Applications Engineer, Infineon Technologies
Doug Hopkins, PhD | Professor, North Carolina State University
Robert Shaw | Test Engineering Manager, Wolfspeed
Srdjan M. Lukic, PhD | Associate Professor, North Carolina State University
Iqbal Husain, PhD | Director of the FREEDM and ABB Distinguished Professor, North Carolina State University
Subhashish Bhattacharya, PhD | Professor, North Carolina State University
Elif Balkas, PhD |Research & Development Manager, Wolfspeed
Al Burk, PhD | Engineering Manager, Wolfspeed