The role of high-power converters in efficient and stable smart grids

In the new podcast episode of "Sound On. Power On.", Prof. Dr.-Ing. Marco Liserre, Kiel University, and host David Hegarty talk about how modular topologies can be tweaked to boost efficiency and reduce the losses associated with passive components.



The PCIM Europe seminars are characterized by the direct exchange in small groups on special topics and the workshop character. 

This is what awaits you at the seminars


Date: 9 – 10.6.2024
Location: Arvena Park Hotel, Nuremberg, Germany

At the half-day seminars, participants benefit from intensive in-depth knowledge about special topics, user-oriented practical expertise, and direct exchange with experts and other interested attendees. 

The half-day duration of the format allows sufficient time for knowledge transfer and exchange. The different orientations offer a suitable seminar for every need - from the basics of power electronics for career starters to special topics in detail for professionals. 

The Call for Seminars is closed. Therefore, it is no longer possible to apply as a seminar instructor.