EV Power Electronics Application Trends And Reliability-Enhancing Material Technology

Presented by:

  • Joseph Hertline, Product Manager – ESM/Power Electronics, Indium Corporation

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Apr 21, 2021, 8:00 am EDT

The rapid pace of advancements in EV technology presents both challenges and opportunities for power electronics systems. Growing demands on performance with increasing power densities and operating temperatures continue to drive design decisions. In addition, projected EV adoption rates bring manufacturing scalability considerations into focus.

In this session, we will review design and manufacturing trends for power electronics driven by EV applications. We will also assess various materials technology advancements that are on the horizon, offering enhanced solder interface reliability, reduced dependency on unique manufacturing processes, and improved total cost of ownership.

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