Past Events

Webinars:

Advancing Layout Tools to Support High Performance/High Frequency Power Electronic Design presented by Eckart Hoene

Abstract: Routing power electronic circuits for high-speed switching becomes very tricky, as parasitic effects gain relevance and influence system performance significantly. For example, some parts of the circuit have to be routed with low inductance, others for low coupling capacitance, proximity effects dominate losses, and so on. Although there are tools to calculate these kinds of effects it is not straightforward to use them during the design process. The transfer of the layout data to the calculation tool works seldom without rework and the tools need special knowledge to get the right results. Layout tool integrated evaluation features may offer a way out of this obstruction.
In the webinar, the performance-relevant parasitics are gathered and ways to handle them in layout tools discussed. Solutions for ohmic losses in arbitrarily formed tracks and inductance are demonstrated.

 

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AI Inspired Control, Design and Cyber-security of Converter based-Power Systems  by Tomislav Dragicevic

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Towards Sustainable and Reliable Automated Design of Power Electronic Systems  by Ivana Kovacevic

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Conferences/Workshops:

IEEE Design Automation for Power Electronics Workshop

September 6, 2019

Abstract:  The workshop organized to understand the problems of design automation in power electronics. With the design of modern power electronics converters and systems becoming a multi-physics problem the users, researchers and manufacturers of energy conversion systems need to jointly identify methodologies used by academia and industry and to identify the tools developed to resolve issues during design. Targeting designers, tool providers including simulation, physical design and design for reliability, manufacturers of test and characterization equipment for high power, high voltage systems, and researchers in universities and research labs working on power electronic design automation.

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CyberPELS 2019

April 2019

Abstract:  The IEEE Workshop on CyberPELS provides a forum for industry experts, researchers, and academia to share technology update, research findings, lessons learned, and best practices in the area of creating and ensuring cyber-secure power and electronics Systems.

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IEEE Design Automation for Power Electronics Workshop 2018

22 September 2018

Abstract: The workshop organized to understand the problems of design automation in power electronics. With the design of modern power electronics converters and systems becoming a multi-physics problem the users, researchers and manufacturers of energy conversion systems need to jointly identify methodologies used by academia and industry and identify the tools developed to resolve issues during design. Targeting designers, tool providers including simulation, physical design and design for reliability, manufacturers of test and characterization equipment for high power, high voltage systems, and researchers in universities and research labs working on power electronic design automation.

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