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Posted on 21 May 2019

PCIM Europe 2014 – Three power days on power electronics

 

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PCIM Europe 2014
International Exhibition and Conference for
Power Electronics, Intelligent Motion,
Renewable Energy and Energy Management
Nuremberg, 20 – 22 May 2019

 

From 20 – 22 May about 400 companies will be exhibiting their latest products and services at PCIM Europe 2014 in Nuremberg. Visitors to the event can expect a comprehensive market overview of the Power Electronics, Intelligent Motion, Renewable Energy and Energy Management sectors. For the first time PCIM Europe will occupy an area of 20,000 square metres over three exhibition halls. 18 % of the exhibitors will be exhibiting at PCIM Europe for the first time.

The international significance of PCIM Europe is reflected in 51% of exhibitors coming form abroad. Twenty-nine countries are represented; after Germany, the largest foreign contingents come from the USA, China, Italy and France.

Attractive programs on offer at the exhibition forums and conference

At the industry forum in hall 6, high quality lectures, specialist discussions, project presentations and market overviews will be delivered by trade associations, the trade press and companies. The exhibitor forum in hall 9 will give visitors access to extensive information on the latest developments and innovations via more than 50 presentations.

The concurrent conference is the key meeting place for experts from science and industry. A practice oriented exchange between the developers and users of power electronics technologies stands at the heart of the more than 220 presentations, three keynote speeches, six seminars and 10 tutorials on offer.

ECPE Joint Stand

One of the main highlights of the event is the ECPE (European Network for Power Electronics) joint stand which together with the leading centres of expertise (universities and research institutes) will be exhibiting its activities in the field of power electronics. On "ECPE Student Day" interested students can gain insight into areas of application, the latest technology trends and career perspectives in the power electronics field.

The detailed conference program and an up-to-date exhibitor list is available at www.pcim.de

 

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