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James T Doyle
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
5022-2 East Siesta
Phoenix, AZ 85044
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CTC Coil Technology Corporation has been a professional service provider for high-end power modules for global brands for almost 30 years. CTC's core business is to design and deliver products using leading technologies and providing competitive pricing, extremely flexible lead-time and global technical service.
CTC is the only corporation certificated with ISO-9001, TS-16949, IRIS, and ESD/ANSI-2020. They guarantee not only the product, but also the service to match, assuring quality for every high-end application from the very beginning. From design to manufacturing and technical support, every single detail maintians the highest standard.
D3 Semiconductor believes power, precision and efficiency are inextricably linked. Their +FET technology is borne from the desire to fuse the power and efficiency of Super Junction architectures with the precision of mixed-signal capabilities.
The company was officially formed in late 2011 with full funding achieved in January of 2013. In the ensuing years, they have built a world class Super Junction power MOSFET, established supply chains, performed reliability testing and are now launching into the market.
D3 was founded on the premise to change the DNA of power conversion and motor control. They are driving to the next stage of evolution in power technology building blocks. D3's technology will equip designers with tools needed to increase power densities to new levels using standard silicon power technology.
Powerbox, founded in 1974, is one of Europe's largest power supply companies. With headquarters in Sweden and local operations in 15 countries on four continents Powerbox serves customers around the globe. With its extensive competence, experience and product range Powerbox combines the roles of power consultant and supplier, enhancing its customer's competitiveness by suggesting and supplying optimized power solutions.
Powerbox focuses on four major markets - industrial, medical, railway and transportation, and defense - for which the company designs and markets premium quality power conversion systems for demanding applications. Powerbox is recognized for technical innovations that reduce energy consumption and the company's ability to manage the full product lifecycle, minimizing environmental impacts.
SlamaTech provides seminars on how to design and build switching power magnetics. The seminars are designed to provide high-quality, up-to-date magnetics design information to all professionals in the power electronics industry. Seminars are available at all levels (beginner, intermediate and advanced) and across a broad range of practical topics from design to manufacturing. From a single presentation to a series, or from a hour to a couple of days we can create a seminar to match your training requirements.
George Slama has been designing and working with transformers for over 30 years. His design experience covers everything from milliwatt microphone, audio, telecom transformers to control, ferro-resonant, aircraft, radar, high voltage and small 3 phase transformers. His work has also included quality control, automated testing and manufacturing engineering in Canada and the United States. Mr. Slama has also worked in all aspects of custom switch mode power supply design and development. He has given seminars in the US and Germany, taught at APEC, presented at IMAPS, the NDIA Fuze conference and has written or contributed to several published papers.
The Ohio State University
205 Dreese Lab
2015 Neil Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210
Jin Wang received a B.S. degree from Xi'an Jiaotong University, in 1998, an M.S. degree from Wuhan University, in 2001, and a Ph.D. from Michigan State University, East Lansing, in 2005, all in electrical engineering.
Dr. Wang joined the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The Ohio State University as an assistant professor in September 2007 and was promoted to associate professor in September 2013. His research interests include wide bandgap power devices and their applications, high-voltage and high-power converter/inverters, integration of renewable energy sources, and electrification of transportation. Prior to joining the University, he worked at the Ford Motor Company as a Core Power Electronics Engineer and contributed to the traction drive design of the Ford Fusion Hybrid.
Dr. Wang has received multiple teaching and research awards. He has over 100 peer-reviewed journal and conference publications and three patents.