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Program & speakers
07. – 09.05.2019 Nuremberg Tickets & registration

Program and speakers

Each year, the PCIM Europe brings leading minds in power electronics to the stage. Learn more about the big-name participants in 2018.

Conference program of PCIM Europe 2019

The conference program of PCIM Europe 2019, which includes numerous presentations from the worlds of industry and science, will be available from January 2019. In the meantime, you can refer to the PCIM Europe program 2018.

Looking back at PCIM Europe 2018

A wide variety of topics

A wide variety of topics

In more than 300 oral and poster presentations, experts from all over the world spoke on topics including technologies for electric vehicles, energy transportation systems and current trends in the development of passive components.

Seminars and tutorials

Seminars and tutorials

Small groups ensured maximum knowledge sharing with respected experts and provided opportunities for in-depth expert discussions.

Attractive supporting program

Attractive supporting program

In addition to numerous networking possibilities, Kailey Peng, EXPLAIN Presentation Coach, introduced the principles of presenting successfully in a new and entertaining light in the impulse-presentation entitled »Fit for Stage«.

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Insight

What moves the global market? Find out in Nuremberg.

In 2018, over 800 participants were able to attain new knowledge in 6 seminars, 9 tutorials and more than 300 oral and poster presentations.

Keynotes at PCIM Europe Conference 2018

High-profile keynote presentations at the beginning of each conference day provided a great deal of food for thought.

Electric Vehicles Charging – An Ultrafast Overview

Electric Vehicles Charging – An Ultrafast Overview

Drazen Dujic, Power Electronics Laboratory, EPFL, Switzerland

New Passive Devices in Power Conversion - Nice to Have or a Must

New Passive Devices in Power Conversion - Nice to Have or a Must

Petar Grbovic, Huawei Technologies, Germany

Modular Multilevel Submodules for Converters, from the State of the Art to Future Trends

Modular Multilevel Submodules for Converters, from the State of the Art to Future Trends

Markus Billmann, Fraunhofer Institute IISB, Germany

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