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PCIM Europe 2023: Conference program published

2nd February 2023
Harry Fowle

The PCIM Europe Conference is setting a new record for this year's conference with more than 400 oral and poster presentations. From 9th to 11th May 2023, speakers from industry and academia will present the latest research results and innovations in power electronics.

In addition to qualified keynotes at the beginning of each conference day, participants can expect three special sessions. These focus on highly relevant topics for the industry: ‘Solutions for Future Medium Voltage Grids’, ‘Power Electronics for E-Mobility’ and ‘Understanding Losses in WBG Power Devices.’

The three keynotes will provide a further highlight at the conference. Franz Musil, Power Electronics Engineer from Fronius International will open the conference presentations on the first day with the question ‘How Life Cycle Analyses are Influencing Power Electronics Converter Design.’ On Wednesday, Holger Borcherding, Scientific Director at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Ostwestfalen-Lippe will present the topic ‘On the Way to the DC Factory – The Open Industrial DC Grid for Sustainable Production Sites is Entering the Dissemination Phase.’ Munaf Rahimo, President and Founder, MTAL will present the keynote ‘HV Silicon and SiC Power Semiconductors; Key Components for Sustainable Energy Solutions’ on Thursday.

First-hand knowledge

"The PCIM Europe 2023 offers technical highlights on disruptive new technologies in silicon and wide bandgap power semiconductors paired with innovative materials for packaging and interconnection technologies with the goal of longer and more application-specific lifetimes for components and systems," explains Prof. Dr. Leo Lorenz, General Conference Director ECPE. "The range of topics at the conference extends to AI-based smart power electronic energy converters for a successful transformation to e-mobility and renewable energy technologies."

In addition to the oral presentations in five conference rooms, the poster sessions in the entrance area NCC Mitte also promise a platform for exclusive 1:1 exchange between presenters and interested participants. For the first time, there will also be poster presentations on the last day of the conference.

Direct exchange with industry experts

The user-oriented seminars and tutorials two days prior to the conference complete the PCIM Europe program. In small groups, participants can directly exchange ideas with renowned experts and gain first-hand, practice-oriented know-how. Special topics such as ‘Power Electronics in Electric Vehicles’, ‘Drive’, ‘WBG Devices’ and ‘Reliability’ will be presented in 12 half-day seminars and 6 full-day tutorials.

Early Bird Rate available until 7th March 2023

Attendees can save up to 100 Euros on their conference registration at with the Early Bird Rate.

Further information about the conference and social program as well as the exhibition, which will be taking place at the same time, can be found at

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