On Tuesday 8th March 2022, from 09:30-18:00, the Sustainable Electric Propulsion CDT are hosting a Research and Technical Showcase Event.
The CDT will present its latest research activities at the event, covering topics on Power Electronics, Machines and Drives (PEMD), and keynote talks will be delivered by Professor Alan Mantooth (Distinguished Professor at University of Arkansas) and Mr Steve Graham, Vice President TES.
As outlined in the full programme linked below, the event will feature various technical presentations, and include a pitching event for promoting new ideas and business models in green PEMD.
The event is a great opportunity to listen to exciting research activities, engage with the CDT, network and to discuss future research directions with industry and stakeholders.
To book a place please visit: CDT SEP research showcase event (ncl.ac.uk). For further information please email Amanda.Lane@newcastle.ac.uk
Driving the Electric Revolution Supply Chains for Net Zero competition is now open and KTN want you and your community to get involved in the competition!
Innovate UK are making up to £22 million in funding available with an aim to help UK supply chains and manufacturing capability growth. The competition focuses on power electronics, machines and drives (PEMD) to enable future improvements in productivity, capacity, quality or efficiency for sectors including energy, industrial and transport. You can find out more about the competition here.
|Engage with…Electrified Automation
Thu 18th Mar 15:00 – 16:00 | Online
Engage with…Electrified Automation – automating e-machine manufacturing to accelerate electrification. Join this webinar to learn about how they are applying their processes in e-machine manufacturing and building a UK PEMD supply chain to support them.
Thu 11th Mar 15:00 – 16:00 | Online
Engineering an electric future, Equipmake has more than 20 years’ experience designing, developing, prototyping and manufacturing state-of-the-art electric powertrain solutions for the global automotive, bus, commercial vehicle and aerospace markets.
“Recent Advances on Reliability and Gate Driving of WBG Power Electronics”
The Centre for Power Electronics Research Showcase addressed several of the key issues critical to the increased adoption of Wide Bandgap (WBG) Semiconductors within the growing power electronics industry.
This event was supported and organised by IMAPS UK and sponsored by Inseto Ltd.
Download the Recent Advances on Reliability and Gate Driving of WBG Power Electronics (8 downloads)
Day One Conference Presentations: Monday 11 January 2021
Day Two Conference Presentations: Tuesday 12 January 2021
Day 1 recording:
Recent Advances on Reliability and Gate Driving of WBG Power Electronics Day 1 – 2 hours 19 mins (You Tube)
Day 2 recording:
Recent Advances on Reliability and Gate Driving of WBG Power Electronics Day 2 (10 downloads) – 2 hours 24 mins – 164MB
For more information on this event hosted by IMAPs UK please visit: Research Showcase – Recent Advances on Reliability and Gate Driving of WBG Power Electronics – Monday 11 and Tuesday 12 January 2021
Registration is now open for this years conference.
Please visit IMAPS to register: CPE2021 – Centre for Power Electronics Annual Conference: 13-15 July 2021 – iMAPS-UK – UK Chapter of the International Microelectronics Assembly and Packaging Society
Registration for CPE 2021 Online is open below.
- Standard Industry and Academic: £100
- IMAPS-UK and IMAPS Worldwide Member: £80
- Early Career Researcher (Academic, RA, Post-Doc): £30*
- Student (Postgraduate and Undergraduate): Free**
* – if any Early Career Researcher has difficulty in paying the registration fee, please e-mail the CPE Office, who will consider reducing/waiving the fees to benefit the PEMD Community.
** – In applying for a free registration, you may be asked to provide evidence of your status and affiliation to a Higher Education Institute/University.
Prices shown are exclusive of VAT.
Download the Centre for Power Electronics Annual Conference Flyer (3 downloads) .
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