Photonics, Power and RF Packaging 2022 – presented by Yole Développement and CITC – Hybrid forum

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Nijmegen, Netherlands and online

New market demands create a strong connection between Power and RF packaging, and Photonics

Power electronics plays a major role in today’s fast-paced world. Its key driving factors include electrical power-conversion optimization and expansion, driven by electrification trends in transportation, CO2 emission reduction goals, the development of clean electricity sources, and industrialization.

Choosing the right packaging solution is obviously key for power-related applications where reliability and safety play a major role.

Due to stronger requirements, a higher added-value for customers, and a greater desire for competitive differentiation, most innovative packaging solutions focus on power modules and integrated devices like system-on-chip (SoC) and system-in-package (SiP). Whereas in the past packaging needs were driven by industrial applications, today they are increasingly driven by electric and hybrid electric vehicles (EV/HEV). Hence, power module packaging solutions are moving towards high-performance materials and a reduction in the number of layers, size, and interfaces – all while conserving electrical, thermal, and mechanical characteristics.

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Yole Développement provides market researchtechnology analysisstrategy consultingtargeted media, and financial advisory services.

With a strong focus on emerging applications using silicon and/or micro manufacturing since 1998, Yole Développement has expanded to include more than 80 collaborators worldwide covering Photonics – Lighting – Imaging – Sensing & Actuating – Display – RF Devices & Technologies – Compound Semiconductors & Emerging Materials – Power Electronics – Batteries & Energy Management – Semiconductor Packaging and Substrates – Semiconductor Manufacturing – Memory – Computing and Software.a

The market research, technology and strategy consulting company Yole Développement, along with its partners System Plus Consulting, Blumorpho and PISEO – all part of the Yole Group of Companies-, support industrial companies, investors and R&D organizations worldwide to follow technology trends to grow their business and help them understand the 6 specific markets.

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CITC is a non-profit innovation center that specializes in heterogeneous integration and advanced packaging technology. It is a place where companies, research and educational institutes work together on bridging the gap from academics to industry and create new and better solutions. Therefore we offer access to innovation, infrastructure and education.

Access to Innovation
Organizing and running innovation programs in the field of chip packaging and integration technology.

Access to Infrastructure
Providing access to lab infrastructure as one of CITC’s key capabilities.

Access to Education
Sharing knowledge about integrated chip technology and its applications.

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