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The TIC Power Electronics division produces a versatile range of single-phase and three-phase uninterruptible power system (UPS) solutions and accessories hallmarked for outstanding performance and reliability. TIC Power Electronics also is home to the SCiB Rechargeable Battery and E1000 Energy Management System for renewable energy applications.

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The Power Electronics Division offers power conditioning and power protection solutions highlighted by the uninterruptible power systems, rapid rechargeable battery (SCiB), and power conditioning businesses. TIC Power Electronics products are renowned for reliability and efficiency, ideal for key markets such as datacenters, healthcare, and industrial. Customers benefit from compact designs, extensive warranty plans, and 24/7 service and support.

The APEC Plenary Session continues the long-standing tradition of addressing issues of immediate and long-term interest to the practicing power electronic engineer. The APEC plenary presentations typically have been from invited distinguished professionals. Please note that all times listed below are in Eastern Time.

Patrick Chapman is Vice President of Electrical Engineering at Redwood Materials. Prior to that, he spent 15 years in the solar power industry, where he co-founded SolarBridge Technologies and held senior leadership positions at SunPower and Enphase Energy. He started his career at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he served as Assistant and Associate Professor, focusing on power electronics, renewable energy, and motor drives. He is a Fellow of the IEEE.

Abstract: The supply of lithium-ion batteries is limiting the adoption of electric vehicles and stationary storage. This battery supply, in turn, is limited by the availability of critical materials for both anode and cathode components. Dr. Chapman will discuss how these battery-grade materials can be manufactured from recycled batteries and how this promotes a circular supply chain, thereby reducing their cost and environmental footprint. He will also discuss the challenges for power electronics technology with respect to battery materials recycling, refining, and remanufacturing.

Abstract: The power tool industry has been revolutionized by significant advances in power electronics and digitalization. Cordless battery-operated tools are rapidly displacing corded power tools and products with small gas engines. Significant advances in power devices and embedded electronics helped fuel this conversion as most power tools now utilize high performance lithium ion batteries and brushless motors with advanced control algorithms. Through these advances, the construction space has naturally benefited from products with significantly higher capability, more user functionality, and much higher energy conversion efficiency. Looking forward, the journey will continue to achieve a completely digital and green jobsite fueled by higher capability energy conversion devices and microelectronics. This Plenary will walk through key aspects of the recent revolution in the power tool industry and will explain the fundamental attributes that will continue to deliver Efficient and Effective Electronics for Power Tools.

Tamara is one of the pioneers of GaN transistors design and development, covering wide power and frequency ranges. She has years of experience running multi-disciplinary GaN projects, defining work plans, budgeting, reporting, transferring products to production, and providing customer support.

Dr. Victor Veliadis is Executive Director and CTO of PowerAmerica, a member-driven wide-bandgap (WBG) semiconductor power electronics consortium. At PowerAmerica, he has managed a budget of $150 million that he strategically allocated to over 200 industrial and University projects to accelerate WBG semiconductor and power electronics manufacturing, workforce development, and job creation. His PowerAmerica educational activities have trained 420 full-time students in collaborative industry/University WBG projects, and engaged over 4300 attendees in tutorials, short courses, and webinars. Dr. Veliadis is an ECE Professor at NCSU and an IEEE Fellow and EDS Distinguished Lecturer. He has 27 issued U.S. patents, 6 book chapters, and over 140 peer-reviewed publications. Prior to entering academia and taking an executive position at Power America in 2016, Dr. Veliadis spent 21 years in the semiconductor industry where his work included design, fabrication, and testing of SiC devices, GaN devices for military radar amplifiers, and financial and operations management of a commercial semiconductor fab. He has a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from John Hopkins University (1995).

Abstract: Silicon devices are dominating power electronics due to their excellent starting material quality, streamlined fabrication, low-cost volume production, proven reliability and ruggedness, and design/circuit legacy. Although Si power devices continue to make progress, they are approaching their operational limits primarily due to their relatively low bandgap and critical electric field that result in high conduction and switching losses, and poor high temperature performance. SiC power devices offer compelling system benefits including high efficiency, high voltage/temperature operation, and low weight and volume. In particular, SiC is key in addressing environmental concerns and is gaining significant market share boosted by volume insertion in electric vehicles. This keynote will explore remaining barriers to SiC commercialization including higher than silicon device cost, reliability and ruggedness concerns, and the need for a trained workforce to skillfully insert SiC into power electronics systems. Fab models and the vibrant SiC manufacturing infrastructure, which mirrors that of Si, will be presented in terms of the rapid expansion to meet demand. Finally, the co-existence of Si, SiC, and GaN will be discussed, and their respective competitive advantages highlighted.

Power Stage Designer is a JAVA-based tool that helps speed up power-supply designs as it calculates voltages and currents of 21 topologies based on user inputs. Additionally, Power Stage Designer contains a Bode plotting tool and a helpful toolbox with various functions to make power supply design easier. It is the quickest tool to start a new power-supply design because all calculations are executed in real time.

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Preamble: The usage of power electronics in day to day life has increased in recent years. It is important for student to understand the fundamental principles behind all these converters. This course covers characteristics of semiconductor devices, ac/dc, dc/dc, ac/ac and dc/ac converters. The importance of using pulse width modulated techniques to obtain high quality power supply (dc/ac converter) is also discussed in detail in this course.

Compliance with upcoming safety and vehicle emission standards and increasing demand for vehicle connectivity, infotainment, and powertrain electrification will drive the market for automotive power electronics during the forecast period. In addition, the rising need for electric vehicles is likely to drive the market.

The report also covers the market size and forecast for the automotive power electronics market across the regions mentioned. For each segment, the market sizing and forecast have been done based on value (USD billion).

The passenger vehicle segment significantly contributes to the automotive power electronics market. The increased demand for safety systems and fuel-efficient technology associated with vehicle power trains in emerging markets are fueling factors for the dominance of passenger vehicles.

This is done to highlight one's products among other products available in the market. OEMs, Tier I, and Tier II also try to deploy new technology or features in the mass-produced vehicle category, i.e., passenger vehicles. These factors are responsible for the dominance of the passenger vehicle segment in the automotive power electronics market.

The Asia-Pacific Automotive Power Electronics Market is expected to hold a significant share in the market during the forecast period. China, South Korea, and Japan account for the largest share of the automotive power electronics market in the Asia-Pacific region. The Asian-Pacific region's market growth can be attributed to the high vehicle production and increased use of advanced electronics in Japan, South Korea, and China.

The automotive power electronics market is moderately consolidated, with major players dominating the market. Companies are focusing on expanding their product portfolio and are investing in R&D activities to develop advanced products. For instance,

Some major companies dominating the automotive power electronics market include NXP Semiconductors, Infineon Technologies AG, Texas Instruments Incorporated, Renesas Electronics Corporation, and STMicroelectronics. 041b061a72

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