2-5 September – Genova, ITALY
Power Design Technologies at ECE 2019 - ECCE EUROPE
Power Design Technologies will be present at the 21st European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications taking place in Genova, 2-5 September 2019.
What’s our program this year at the ECE 2019?
- The Release of PowerForge’s Newest Feature
- A 4-day Booth 27 on ground floor
- A 15-min presentation at the vendor session
- The “Best Power Converter Designer” Competition
Don’t wait to register to this exciting conference!
If you are interested to get your own private presentation of PowerForge, our solution for optimized power converters development during the conference, book a timing with us now!
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Our Detailed Program at PCIM Europe 2019
Meet our power electronics' team experts at Booth 27!
Power Design Technologies will present its unique solution at its booth. PowerForge is a powerful software for benchmark and selection of power converter design solutions.
During the 4 days of the EPE 2019 Conference, you will have the opportunity to meet our engineers and business team and discuss your needs and future requirements for power converters developments.
Join us at EPE 2019
Attend our presentation on September the 4th!
Date: 4th of September 2019
Timing: 4H – 4H15 pm
Title: How to benchmark components (Si vs SiC) & topologies (2-level, 3-level…) for your power converter?
Guillaume Fontes, PhD Electrical Engineering
Co-funder & CSO
Power Design Technologies
Content: Make the right decision thanks to PowerForge. This innovative solution allows you to explore and compare different power converter solutions. With PowerForge, you will compare in no time different power converter topologies, semi-conductors, etc. PowerForge is the solution that fits the needs and constraints of power electronic designers whether your industry or application field is: naval, wind, photovoltaic, manufacturing, shipping, electric vehicle, aeronautic, storage systems, medium voltage drive…
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2019 EPE ECCE Europe Conference Presentation
AIMS OF THE CONFERENCE
EPE ECCE Europe is the place for specialists in power electronics, systems and components, to present papers and attend sessions on state-of-the-art technology in this challenging and evolutionary sector. The conference aims to be a meeting forum for researchers, developers and specialists from academia and industry. Papers are encouraged on all topics described hereunder for interdisciplinary discussions of new ideas, research, development, applications and the latest advances in the field of power electronics and adjustable speed drives. A characteristic trend from previous EPE ECCE Europe Conferences has been an increasingly large industrial participation, as well as growing exhibition, which allows for enhanced exchanges between academia and industry.
ORGANIZATION AND VENUE
The Power Electronics community will gather in Genova, Italy, from 2 to 6 September 2019, to exchange views on research progresses and technological developments in the various topics described hereunder. On Monday 2 September a number of tutorials will be organised and several technical visits are planned on Friday 6 September. The 21stConference on Power Electronics and Applications (and Exhibition), EPE’19 ECCE (Energy Conversion Congress and Expo) Europe is co-sponsored by the EPE Association and IEEE PELS. It will take place at the Magazzini del Cotone Conference Centre in downtown Genova.
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LIST OF TOPICS
Electrical energy generation and supply to users are on the transition to distributed generation from traditional to renewable energy sources and development of Smart grids on “macro” “micro” and “nano” levels. Very fast research and development of smart DC grids are highly challenging and power electronics is the driving force of those new technologies. Power electronics in mechatronic and adaptronic systems, industrial robotics and wide range health care and biorobots with artificial intelligence are topics for further research.
The explosive development of electric mobility, current and expected, will provide new challenges and opportunities; on one side, the progressive removal of fossil fuels, both in transport and heating/cooling, will increase the usage of electric energy; on the other side, a vast number of batteries, both on wheels and in fast-charging stations, may contribute to resolving the intrinsic unpredictability of renewables. Ultrafast vehicle charging stations, in particular, are expected to be realized with significant storage capacity.
Also, increasing the efficiency of power supplies reduces electrical energy consumption and may be counted as another way to reach that goal. Power electronics is also becoming crucial in electric power systems, as it includes various types of energy storage technologies. In response to all these challenges, novel topologies, control structures, and power components are being introduced to improve the performance of power electronics systems. Especially, new wide bandgap materials (SiC & GaN) and the incoming power modules are a serious chance for a big step forward in a broad range of applications.
A wide spectrum of topics will be addressed during the largest European conference in power electronics – EPE’19ECCE Europe. Researchers, application engineers and experts from academia and industry will meet to discuss and exchange ideas.
I POWER ELECTRONICS COMPONENTS AND CONVERTERS
Topic 1: DEVICES, COMPONENTS, PACKAGING AND SYSTEM INTEGRATION
1.a. Passive components
1.b. Active devices and components (Si)
1.c. Active devices and components (Wide bandgap and other new materials)
1.d. System integration, packaging & thermal management
Topic 2: POWER CONVERTERS TOPOLOGIES AND DESIGN
2.a. Hard & soft switching techniques
2.b. Advanced power converter topologies
2.c. EMC issues including HF phenomena
Topic 3: MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL
3.a. Standard and advanced control techniques for power converters
3.b. Application of control methods to electrical systems
3.c. Control of multi-machines/multi-converters
3.d. Estimation and identification methods
3.e. Sensorless control
3.f. Management of distributed systems
3.g. Computational intelligence in control systems
3.h. Measurements techniques
II POWER ELECTRONICS APPLICATIONS
Topic 4: ELECTRICAL MACHINES AND DRIVE SYSTEMS
4.a. Electrical Machines
4.b. Adjustable speed drives
4.c. High performance drives
4.d. Motion control, robotics, special drives
Topic 5: RENEWABLE ENERGY POWER SYSTEMS
5.a. Wind energy systems
5.b. Solar energy systems
5.c. Other renewable energy systems
5.d. Energy harvesting
5.e. Energy storage systems for renewable energy
Topic 6: GRIDS,SMART GRIDS, AC & DC
6.a. Power electronics in transmission and distribution systems
6.b. HVDC & FACTS
6.d. Smart grids
6.e. Power quality issues and power factor correction techniques
6.f. DC grids including fault coordination and protection
Topic 7: POWER SUPPLIES
7.a. Low voltage DC power supplies
7.b. High voltage DC power supplies
7.c. Distributed power supplies
7.d. Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS)
7.e. Electronic ballasts and solid state lighting
7.f. Contactless power supply
7.g. Wireless power transfer
Topic 8: ELECTRIC VEHICLE PROPULSION SYSTEMS AND THEIR ENERGY STORAGE
8.a. Electric propulsion systems for electric vehicles
8.b. Power converters for electric vehicles
8.c. Batteries, active and passive Management Systems (BMS)
8.d. EVs battery chargers: contact and contactless 8.e. Standards and regulations
Topic 9: INDUSTRY SPECIFIC ENERGY CONVERSION AND CONDITIONING TECHNOLOGIES (ECCT)
9.a. ECCT in the industry (cement, steel, paper, textile, mining, etc…)
9.b. ECCT in aerospace and space applications
9.c. ECCT in rail vehicles
9.d. ECCT in Marine applications (offshore, subsea and deep ocean,and ships)
9.e. ECCT in physics research and related applications
9.f. Pulse applications, including passive components and transducers for power pulses
9.g. Embedded energy systems
Topic 10: DATA ANALYSIS, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & COMMUNICATION ISSUES
10.a. Data analysis applied to Power Electronics and drives systems
10.b. Application of AI to Power Electronics and drives systems
10.c. Communication for Power Electronics