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2023 Power Magnetics @ High Frequency Workshop

Registration for the 2023 Power Magnetics @ High Frequency Workshop on Saturday March 18, 2023 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL is now open.

Registration Rates (Early Bird Pricing Deadline: Tuesday January 31, 2023)*
  • Member Early/ Regular     $295/ $345
  • Non-Member Early/ Regular  $395/ $445

Previous workshops have sold out, so early registration is encouraged. There will be a $25 surcharge for onsite registration, if seating is available.

Breakfast, lunch and a reception are included in the workshop registration. 

Partnership Opportunities available. Sign up to be a Workshop Partner Please contact the organizing committee through via e-mail to power@psma.com for more information. Click here for the pricing and benefits:

Platinum Partner                            
$2500 

  • Company logo in web page linked to URL of choice
  • Company recognition at entrance
  • Company logo on daily introduction and break slides
  • Company recognition in ‘blast e-mail’ announcing registration
  • Company logo on social media promotion
  • Register at preferred PSMA rate
  • Company supplied logo can be displayed within workshop
  • Company exhibit table by registration desk onsite
  • Company may provide branded lanyards for participants (~150 pcs)

Gold Partner      
$1500 

  • Company logo in web page linked to URL of choice
  • Company recognition at entrance
  • Company logo on daily introduction and break slides
  • Company recognition in ‘blast e-mail’ announcing registration
  • Company logo on social media promotion
  • Register at preferred PSMA rate

 

Workshop Partners:

Platinum Partners     Media Partner

To encourage student participation, the registration fee will be waived for up to four students for the Power Magnetics @ High Frequency workshop Saturday March 18, 2023 in Orlando, FL.

The application deadline was Friday January 6, 2023. The selection of the recipients will be by the workshop committee, and their decision is final. Applicants will be notified by email by January 20, 2023. Recipients must register by January 27, 2023 to receive the fee waiver.

 

 

Power Magnetics @ High Frequency
Saturday March 18 2023
Prior to APEC 2023
Orange County Convention Center
Orlando, FL 32819

The PSMA Magnetics Committee and IEEE PELS are currently planning to conduct the eighth "Power Magnetics @ High Frequency" Workshop on Saturday, March 18, 2023, which is the day before and at the same venue as APEC 2023 in Orlando, FL. 

The purpose and focus of the workshop is to identify the latest improvements in magnetic materials, coil (winding) design, construction and fabrication, evaluation and characterization techniques and modelling and simulation tools. The Workshop will target the advancements that are deemed necessary for power magnetics to meet the technical expectations and requirements of new and evolving market applications. These are driven by higher operating frequencies and emerging topologies together with continuous advances in circuits topologies and semiconductor devices.

The target audiences for the 2023 Power Magnetics @ High Frequency Workshop include the designers of power magnetic components for use in electronic power converters, those who are responsible to implement the most technologically advanced power magnetic components necessary to achieve higher power densities, specific physical aspect ratios such as low profile, higher power efficiencies and improved thermal performance. The target audiences also include people involved in the supply chain for the power magnetics industry ranging from manufacturers of magnetic materials and structures, fabricators of magnetic components, providers of modelling and simulation software as well as manufacturers of test and characterization equipment.

The theme of the 2023 Power Magnetics @ High Frequency Workshop will be magnetic component design across applications ranging from milliwatts to megawatts. The workshop will address applications areas such as IoT, servers, integrated voltage regulators (IVR), transportation electrification, wireless charging for mobile and electric vehicles and solid-state transformers. The workshop will also include presentations and demonstrations to address specific technical issues relative to high voltage and high current design such as corona, insulation, encapsulation, etc., that were identified in the 2022 workshop survey.

The morning session of the 2023 Power Magnetics @ High Frequency workshop will open with a keynote presentation addressing the diversity of magnetics specifications across different application spaces. The keynote presentation will be followed by several lecture presentations regarding magnetics design for various application spaces such as energy harvesting, wearables, wireless power transfer, and high-power high voltage. The afternoon session will open with a keynote presentation addressing practical design considerations such as temperature rise, safety agency requirements and reliability beyond the technical performance specifications followed by several presentations regarding advances in insulation materials, design for manufacturability, safety, and reliability. In addition to the brief Q&A period after each presentation, there will be a panel of the presenters at the end of the session who will address attendee questions in more detail.

During the provided breakfast, lunch and the networking hour at the end of the workshop there will be interactive tabletop technology demonstrations each addressing specific technical disciplines and capabilities consistent with the workshop agenda. Interaction between the attendees and the presenters is highly encouraged during this portion of agenda as a segue from the opening keynote presentation and the technical issues session.

If you would like to participate as a presenter for the technical demonstration session, please contact the organizing committee through PSMA via e-mail to power@psma.com with a description of your proposed technical capabilities topic. The preferred topics for technical demonstrations must be related to the following themes: demonstration samples of new design concepts, test equipment used either for product development, characterization, manufacturing, verification of safety and reliability requirements, near magnetic field coupling, thermal issues and emerging magnetic materials and structures.  We are limited to no more than ten technology demonstration stations.

As in past years there will be a limited number of registration fee waivers for qualified students. Interested students may apply for the registration fee waiver at the following url: https://psma.com/power-magnetics-high-frequency-student-registration-fee-waiver-2023

Registration for the workshop is open and you can register at https://www.psma.com/power-magnetics-high-frequency-workshop-2023-registration. Discounted early registration pricing is available through January 31, 2023.

If your company is interested in financially supporting the workshop as a partner, please contact the organizing committee through PSMA via e-mail to power@psma.com.

More information including the agenda for the 2023 Power Magnetics @ High Frequency Workshop will become available on this page over the coming months.

Organizing Committee
Steve Carlsen, Independent
Ed Herbert, PSMA
Chema Molina, Frenetic
Rodney Rogers, Allstar Magnetics
George Slama, Wurth Elektronik
Chuck Wild, Dexter Magnetic Technologies Inc.
Matt Wilkowski, EnaChip

PSMA Magnetics Committee and PELS TC2 High Frequency Magnetics Workshop

Power Magnetics @ High Frequency
Saturday March 19 2022
Prior to APEC 2022
George R Brown Convention Center
Houston, Texas

The PSMA Magnetics Committee and IEEE PELS held the 7th "Power Magnetics @ High Frequency" Workshop on Saturday, March 19, 2022, on the day before and at the same venue as APEC 2022 in Houston, TX. The 2022 workshop marked the successful return to in-person after two years of virtual workshops.

The morning technical lecture session of Saturday June 19 focused on Effects of Core Geometries on Magnetic Characteristics with presentations by Charles Sullivan and Thomas Guillod, Dartmouth College; Juan Aguarón, Frenetic; Rico Wach, TRIDELTA Weichferrite; JC Sun, Bs&T; and Alex Hanson, University of Texas – Austin. The afternoon technical lecture session focused on Magnetics Design for Manufacturability, Reliability and Safety with presentations by George Slama, Wurth Elektronik; Vladimir Alexiev, Power Integrations; Matt Dvorak, BH Electronics; and Dennis Feucht of Innovatia Laboratories. Student poster presentations by Ping Wang, Princeton; Diego Serrano, Princeton; Michael Solomentsev, University of Texas; and Moien Mohamadi,University of Illinois at Chicago were available during the breakfast and lunch sessions. Technology demonstrations by Chema Molina, Frenetic; JC Sun, Bs&T; Arturo Mediano, University of Zaragoza; Dheeraj Jain, Wurth Elektronik; Brad Yourish, Magnetics; James Lau, Coil Winding Specialists; Adrija Stupar and Tom Wilson, SIMPLIS Technologies; Mark Rine, Hitachi Metals; and Mike Arasim, Fair-Rite were available during the breakfast and lunch sessions. The technical program closed with a summary overview "Best of the Best" by Alexander Gerfer of Wurth Elektronik of the technical presentations, poster presentations and technology demonstrations. Alex Hanson, Mike Arasim and Chema Molina represented the Magnetics Workshop during the joint Capacitors and Magnetics Rap Session during the networking hour to close out the workshop.

2022 Power Magnetics @ High Frequency Workshop

2022 Power Magnetics @ High Frequency Workshop

2022 Power Magnetics @ High Frequency Workshop

2022 Power Magnetics @ High Frequency Workshop

2022 Power Magnetics @ High Frequency Workshop

The successful return of the 2022 workshop to the in-person format provides the enthusiasm and momentum for a successful 2023 workshop. More details regarding the agenda for the 2023 Power Magnetics @ High Frequency Workshop as well as registration for the workshop will become available on this page over the coming months.

Organizing Committee
Steve Carlsen, Independent
Ed Herbert, PSMA
Chema Molina, Frenetic
Rodney Rogers, Allstar Magnetics
George Slama, Wurth Elektronik
Fred Weber, Future Technology Worldwide
Chuck Wild, Dexter Magnetic Technologies Inc.
Matt Wilkowski, EnaChip