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Osaka 2019 October 7
High-Performance Power Conversion Seminar & Workshops View Agenda Register now

Keynote speaker:
Prof. KUROKAWA, Fujio

Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science

Institute for Innovative Science and Technology

Professor Kurokawa is an accomplished teacher and researcher in the areas of dc-dc converters, ac-dc converters, inverters and their digital control, renewable energy technologies, power electronics technologies in aerospace and automobile and switching power supplies for lighting system. He has served as General Chair of 1st ICRERA (International Conference on Renewable Energy Research and Applications) 2012 and the  Organizing Committee Chair of IEEE INTELEC 2015. Dr. Kurokawa is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers of Japan, and also the IEEE Fellow. Learn more

Prof. KUROKAWA, Fujio

本次活動專業且免費開放,不容錯過

本次活動專業且免費開放,不容錯過

設計高性能電源系統的復雜性逐年增加。使用可靠的設計方法來實現高性能電源轉換,是一次性獲得成功的關鍵。您將了解全新的技術,其可滿足 EMI 降低、熱建模、PCB 布局、DC-DC 設計以及實現 AC-DC 前端的需求。我們在研討會上將為您展示真實案例,與您共同探討。

在本次活動中,行業專家和 Vicor 應用工程師將為您帶來新的技術。在設計高性能電源系統時,他們將幫助您識別常見的設計缺陷,引導您走上成功之路。

Agenda

2019 October 7

Hilton Plaza West Office Tower 8th floor – Daini Yoshimoto Building, 2-2-2 Umeda, Kita-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka, 530-0001 Japan


12:30 to 13:00

Registration and Technical Booth Open


13:00 to 13:30

Opening Speech


13:30 to 14:00

Keynote: Trends and Challenges of Future Oriented Power Converters

Presented by Prof. KUROKAWA, Fujio

In the society of Society 5.0 based on IoT and AI technology, the increase in power consumption along with the increase in data volume of information communication has become a big problem. Therefore, smart cities that use energy management technology such as VPP and ERAB that incorporate solar cells and EV batteries are attracting attention. Here, the development of model-based design and digital twin technology is required, and further, it is necessary to devise to use renewable energy that is not stable. In the future power system, the EV battery is included, so the charge / discharge device is also important. I will explain the research trends and challenges of future-oriented power supply system that controls and develops these multiple complex elements well.


14:00 to 14:15

Tea Break


14:15 to 15:00

Workshop: Avoiding common AC-DC design pitfalls

Presented by Applications Engineering

Design-in of AC-DC front end modules can be complicated. This session will provide a straightforward approach for success, covering such topics as source impedance considerations, inrush current, filter resonance and damping, PFC, faults, fusing, system stability and safety.


15:15 to 15:45

Workshop: EMI challenges and troubleshooting techniques

Presented by Applications Engineering

Without proper consideration, EMI can derail projects and create costly delays. With a real-world troubleshooting example, you will learn about basic EMI measurement, common and differential noise sources and identification methods, conducted EMI pre-compliance testing, layout issues, etc.


15:45 to 16:00

Tea Break


16:00 to 16:45

Workshop: Modular DC-DC system design done right

Presented by Applications Engineering

Real-world systems comprise more than just the DC-DC converter itself. Using a case study to examine the requirements of module integration into a DC-DC system, you will learn topics such as input and output filtering, protections, compatibility with the source and load dynamics.


16:45 to 17:30

Workshop: High-performance PCB layout and thermal design techniques

Presented by Applications Engineering

Our experts will share their optimization techniques addressing the following topics: applying thermal models and simulation, PCB layout for effective thermal management, power/signal routing and integrity in high density, high current applications to minimize board losses and maximize performance.


17:30 to 17:45 

Q&A and Closing


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