About Professional Education Seminars

APEC Professional Education Seminars focus on practical aspects of the power electronics profession and provide in-depth discussion of important and complex power electronics topics. Seminars combine practical application with theory, and are designed to further educate the working professional in power electronics.

Please note the following time frames subject to change:

Session One Session Two Session Three
Sunday, March 20, 2022 Sunday, March 20, 2022 Monday, March 21, 2022
9:30 - 13:00 14:30 - 18:00 8:30 - 12:00
Control & Design Insulation and Coordination Design Steps for Power Converters Applications of Model Predictive Control in Power Electronics: Theory, Design, and Implementation Reliability Analysis Methods and Tools for Power Electronic Components and Systems
Ilknur Colak Waqar Khan, Nathan Weise, Armin Ebrahimian, Iman Hosseini Frede Blaabjerg, Huai Wang, Ionut Vernica
Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen GmbH Marquette University Aalborg University
5003 5008 5014
Design & EMI PCB Layout Techniques for Optimizing Performance of Surface-Mounted Wide-Bandgap Power Electronic Circuits Estimation and Mitigation of Conducted EMI in Power Electronic Systems Theory and Design of Magnetic Components for Electromagnetic Interference Assessment and Suppression in Power Electronics Systems
Eric Persson Andrew Lemmon, Aaron Brovont Shuo Wang
Infineon Technologies University of Alabama University of Florida
5031 5020 5021
Topologies Topology and Control of MHz High Density DC-DC Power Converters The GaN Impact On The AC-DC Power Adapters A Primer on LLC Resonant Converter
Xinke Wu Ionel Dan Jitaru Claudio Adragna, Francesco Gennaro
Zhejing Univ. Rompower Energy Systems Inc. ST Microelectnics
5010 5032 5025
Wide Bandgap High-Voltage SiC-Based Power Electronics for Grid Applications Wide-Bandgap Bidirectional Switches and Their Impact on Future AC Power Converters and Applications The Surprising Benefits GaN Brings to BLDC Motor Drives – Design, Performance, Cooling and Reliability
Fred Wang, Shiqi Ji, Ruirui Chen, Haiguo Li Victor Veliadis, Bulent Sarlioglu, Johann Kolar, Jonas Huber, Thomas Janhs Michael de Rooij, Marco Palma
University of Tennessee at Knoxville North Carolina State University Efficient Power Conversion (EPC)
5024 5006 5011
Modeling & Wireless Power Transfer VA Modelling of the Differential Power Key Aspects of the Design and Control of Inductive Power Transfer Systems Wireless Power Transfer: Technologies, Challenges and Opportunities
José Cobos Pedro Alou, Regina Ramos, Alberto Delgado Francesco Carobolante
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Universidad Politécnica de Madrid IoTissimo LLC
5004 5027 5030