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10 October 2016

GaN Systems presenting GaN HEMT workshop at China Power Supply Society Conference

At the 24th China Power Supply Society Conference (CPSSC) in Shanghai, China, in a three-hour seminar on 31 October, GaN Systems Inc of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada - a fabless developer of gallium nitride (GaN)-based power switching semiconductors for power conversion and control applications -is presenting the advanced technology session 'GaN E-HEMT Devices, Principles and Applications' as part of a program that introduces the most current power semiconductor devices.

Global applications engineering manager Di Chen will present the seminar to an audience consisting of several hundred researchers and engineers. Topics covered include new wide-bandgap semiconductor technology, and an in-depth analysis of the structure, characteristic parameters, device selection and protection of high-frequency switching devices used for efficient power application problems. The agenda for Chen's workshop is as follows:

  • A basic introduction to GaN E-HEMT power transistors;
  • GaN E-HEMT principles and package design;
  • GaN E-HEMT technology and reliability;
  • Driver & component selection;
  • PCB layout and thermal considerations;
  • GaN E-HEMT applications.

GaN Systems says that it continues to invest heavily in supporting its Asian customers by providing in-country staff, technical support and resources. This is extended by providing practical technology workshops. The firm says that it is bringing design knowledge to power system engineers, enabling them to rapidly develop the most efficient and competitive products that leverage the performance benefits of GaN.

"More and more customers in China are developing leading-edge power electronics," notes Charles Bailley, director of GaN Systems' Asian operations. "Using GaN, they have been gaining a competitive edge across the industrial, consumer, transportation, and data-center server markets," he adds. "This workshop gives engineers the tools to understand and use GaN transistors so they can meet their customers' power saving demands."

Tags: GaN Systems Power electronics

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