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Apr 18th, 2012
Exciting highlights at PCIM Europe 2012
The program of events accompanying PCIM Europe (from 8 - 10 May in Nuremberg) presents plenty of exciting features.
The exhibition forum includes a panel discussion on "Efficiency in DC / DC Conversion" (Wednesday at 12:20) organized by Bodo Arlt and a Round Table on "Conversion into Assembly" (Thursday at 13:10) led by Yole Développement. In addition to this, leading manufacturers will answer questions on current power electronics issues in VIP interviews organised by Publish Industry.
In line with its key role in the use of renewable energy sources, energy storage continues to gain importance at PCIM Europe. The new Energy Storage Focus Area will demonstrate the interaction between power electronics and energy storage technologies.
For a hands-on display of power electronics visit the European Center for Power Electronics eV (ECPE) pavilion, where electric buggies, a charging station and an electric sports car will demonstrate how technologies of the future are already being applied.
The Student Day on Thursday gives students the opportunity to see their theoretical knowledge working in practice. In small groups, they will visit stands of various exhibitors and be able to exchange ideas and knowledge with technical professionals.
The job platform offered by Semica Careers will showcase career opportunities in the electronics industry, not only interesting for those who just enter the professional life. With an extensive network in the industry, Semica has been bringing together job seekers and providers for years.
PCIM is Europe's leading meeting-point for specialists in Power Electronics and its applications in Intelligent Motion, Renewable Energy and Energy Management.
Get up-to-the-minute information on the newest trends and developments as well as state of the art solutions for your most challenging problems when the industry's key international players will meet.
PCIM Europe Conference
The 18 seminars and tutorials held on the two days before the conference gets underway offer a comprehensive training program on specific areas of power electronics. There is a considerable need for advanced training and this reflects the growing significance of power electronics in the most diverse of industries.
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