What’s happening at PCIM this week

What’s happening at PCIM this week

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By Nick Flaherty

The PCIM power exhibition takes place in Nuremberg, Germany later this week, bringing together engineers from across Europe with global colleagues.

After this preview, look out for news from PCIM on eeNews Europe on a GaN Intelligent Power Module, SiC JFET and discussion on 48V bus technologies later this week as well as the latest developed in DC-DC converters and power for AI data centres. There have already been multiple article highlighting the importance of power technology for the industry

For the first time, more than 600 exhibitors will be presenting their products in four exhibition halls, one more than in 2023, and on an area of over 38,000 m². Of these, 60% are international and represent a total of 33 countries. The exhibition will once again feature numerous new exhibitors from China, Germany, Taiwan and the US.

An accompanying conference offers a diverse program with over 500 technical presentations.

The keynote speeches at the start of each conference day are a particular highlight of the conference. Participants can enjoy high-quality and inspiring presentations that focus on current, important and innovative aspects of the industry. Rolf Hellinger, Head of Company Core Technology and Center of Competence Power Electronics at Siemens AG, will begin with the first keynote of the conference on the topic of “AI between Hype and Industrial-Grade”. On the second day of the conference, Martin Wietschel, Head of Competence Center Energy Technology and Energy Systems at Fraunhofer ISI, will speak on the topic of “Infrastructure Requirements for Electrified Heavy Goods Transport in Germany and the EU”. To conclude the keynote speeches, Gerald Deboy, Fellow of Infineon Technologies Austria, will present “Challenges and Solutions to Power Latest Processor Generations for Hyper Scale Datacenter” on the last day of the conference.

 A new University Research Zone includes different national and international universities and institutes with research from the Technical University of Denmark, the Bundeswehr University Germany and RWTH Aachen University, among others.

A programme of the four Stages focuses on the latest products, developments and trends in the industry and will feature cutting-edge specialist presentations. In hall 5, visitors can look forward to the new Smart Power System Integration Stage with topics from Smart Power Embedding to Integrated Smart Power Circuits.


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