Virtual Workshop on Thermal Management for Power Electronics and Storage (TMPES) 2020

July 28-30, 2020
Hosted online by
Binghamton University

July 28-30, 2020
Hosted online by
Binghamton University

The rise of power electronics and energy storage is a macro trend transforming our world and shaping the electronics manufacturing industry. In this decade these technologies have become as significant, both technologically and economically, as the core microelectronics systems. Thermal management is a crucial enabler for all electronics and is of particular importance to package design and materials selection for power electronics systems due to their generally higher power dissipation. Join us July 28-30, 2020 for a virtual workshop to be delivered as three live-streamed sessions. You will hear from thought leaders in industry, government, and academia as they address the challenges and trends shaping this burgeoning segment of the electronics industry. Best of all, there is no fee to attend.


Program Committee:

Dave Saums, General Chair, ST TMPES 2020
Principal, DS&A LLC (Amesbury, MA USA)

Steve Czarnecki PhD, Program Committee Chair, ST TMPES 2020
Associate Director, S3IP Center of Excellence, Binghamton University (Binghamton, NY USA)

Dave DeWire
Vice President Business Development, Hermetic Solutions Group (Denver, CO USA)

Klaus Olesen
Senior Research Specialist, Danfoss Silicon Power (Flensburg, Germany)

Al Ortega PhD
James R. Birle Professor of Energy Technology;
Associate Director, NSF Center for Energy Smart Electronic Systems;
Director, Laboratory for Advanced Thermal and Fluid Systems;
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Villanova University (Radnor, PA USA)

Alexander Roth
Head of Department, Materials Innovations, Infineon Technologies (Regensburg, Germany)

Ross Wilcoxon PhD
Associate Director, Mechanical Engineering, Mission Systems, Collins Aerospace (Cedar Rapids, IA USA)