PCIM Europe Conference 2020 Call for Papers Launched
The PCIM Europe Conference 2020 will once again be opening up the stage to experts to present their latest research findings and developments. Abstracts are due by 15 October 2019.
The PCIM Europe Conference 2020 will once again be opening up the stage to experts to present their latest research findings and developments. The qualified audience attending the Conference can annually benefit from a lecture or poster presentation. Experts are invited to submit their abstracts by 15 October 2019.
“PCIM Europe is an excellent opportunity to share my research and be inspired from experts around the globe,” explains Dr. Marco Denk, developer from Brose Fahrzeugteile GmbH Bamberg, Germany.
The conference topics include recent developments on power semiconductors, passive components and energy storage. In addition, the topic “Packaging and Interconnection Materials” will be addressed at PCIM Europe Conference. For the event taking place in Nuremberg from 5 – 7 May 2020, the following topics have been defined:
- Power Semiconductors
- Thermal Management
- Packaging and Interconnection Materials
- Packaging and Reliability in Packaging
- Control and Drive Strategies in Power Converters
- Low Power Electronic Converters
- High Power Electronic Converters
- Power Electronics in Transportation Applications
- Motors and Actuators
- Control Techniques in Electrical Drives
- Motion Control and Drives in Automation
- New and Renewable Energy Systems
- Energy Storage Technologies
- Power Systems and Smart Grids
- Power Quality and EMC
- Design Tools and Applications
- Transducers and Sensors
- Passive Components
- System Reliability
- Communication and Cybersecurity in Power Electronics
All subtopics are available on PCIM Europe's website.
International Platform for Knowledge Transfer and Networking
Speakers benefit from the opportunity to create valuable contacts at the conference and the exhibition, which will take place at the same time and host more than 500 international exhibitors, over 800 conference attendees and around 12,000 visitors. The Welcome Party and an exclusive Advisory board and Speakers’ Evening offer additional opportunities to network and discuss the latest trends within the industry. All the papers accepted will be published in the PCIM Europe conference proceedings, as well as in the scientific databases of IEEExplore, Scopus, Compendex and IET Inspec Direct.
Awards for Outstanding Contributions
The best contributions at the conference will be honored with the Best Paper Award and three Young Engineer Awards. The winners can look forward to prize money of 1,000 Euro each.
In addition, students at international universities may apply for the “Student Travel Grant Program”, which aims to assist students in attending the conference and presenting papers.