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PCIM South America 2014 – networking platform for power electronics

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Posted on 11 September 2019

 

The focus of PCIM South America 2014, taking place from 14 - 15 October 2019 in São Paulo, Brazil, is Power Electronics, Intelligent Motion, Renewable Energy and Energy Management. The international conference with oral and poster sessions, including seminars and a parallel exhibition, offers a view on current trends and applications.

Visitors and conference participants have access to the exhibition and poster presentations free of charge. Important companies like "Rohm Semiconductor", "Keysight" (Agilent), as well as the largest national distributor "TCT do Brasil" are exhibiting.

The following topics are of interest:

  • Power Semiconductors
  • Passive Components
  • Magnetic & Core Materials
  • Thermal Management
  • Sensors
  • Assemblies and Subsystems
  • Servo-Technology / Actuators
  • Electrical Drives
  • Power Supplies
  • Energy Storage Systems
  • Energy Management Systems
  • Test & Measurement
  • Development Software
  • Information & Service

Top class conference and seminar program

The two-day conference provides seven oral and two poster presentation sessions about developments in power electronics and its applications in various fields. The conference is of high-quality and the language spoken is English.

Four keynotes „Power Electronics for the Deployment of the Electric Vehicle“, „Evolution and Revolution Cycles in Power Electronics“, „Advanced Measurement Technology for Power Electronics Systems“ and “Emerging Challenges in High Power Electronics” are among the highlights of the conference.

Moreover, four seminars offer a further and specific training opportunity for the participants.

The detailed conference program and more registration information are available at www.pcim-southamerica.com/program and www.pcim-southamerica.com/registration.

For a current list of exhibitors visit: www.pcim-southamerica.com/exhibitorlist.

 

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