Altor Limited LC provides design and consulting services in the following aspects of analog and power electronics: • Power Supply Design • Power Electronics Engineering • Power Management Systems • Feedback Control Systems • Analog Electronics • Design Assistance • Troubleshooting and Problem Solving • Magnetics • Electromechanical Systems • Expert Witness • Technical White Papers • Root Cause Analysis
The Power Electronics Group is headed by Professor Michael A. E. Andersen. For more than a decade, work at Oersted•DTU has been carried out in the field of switch-mode audio power amplifiers, which has now become today\'s standard in this field and has made Oersted•DTU the world research leader within this field. Research activities covers Power Converters ranging from mega-watt wind power through kilo-watt PFC and hundreds-of-watt class-D audio power amplifiers to milli-watt ultra-low-consuming standby power supplies. Key Research Fields & Competence Areas: Switch-mode (class-D) audio power amplifiers Hysteresis control of converters Standby power supplies Tracking power supplies for RF-power amp. Universal mains PFC converters Digital control of power supplies High power electronics, HVDC-VSC etc. Wind power
The Center for Power Electronics Systems (CPES) is a National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center (NSF ERC) established in 1998. CPES is a consortium of five universities -- Virginia Tech, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, North Carolina A&T State University and University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez -- and over 80 industry partners. The Center's vision is to enable dramatic improvements in the performance, reliability, and cost-effectiveness of energy processing systems by developing an integrated systems approach via Integrated Power Electronics Modules (IPEMs), a set of building blocks with integrated functionality, standardized interfaces, suitability for mass production, and application versatility. The Center's expertise lies in power conversion, systems integration and drives. Our primary products are students, technical publications and innovative technologies.
The CPES research program is structured in three thrust planes -- Fundamental Knowledge, Enabling Technology, and Engineered Systems. Research under Fundamental Knowledge includes: Advanced Power Semiconductors (APS) led by Paul Chow at RPI, Integratable Materials (IM) led by Guo-Quan Lu at VT, High-Density Integration (HDI) led by Daan van Wyk at VT, Thermal-Mechanical Integration (TMI) led by Elaine Scott at VT, and Control and Sensor Integration (CSI) led by Bob Lorenz at UW. Research under Enabling Technology is focused on Electro-Magneto-Thermo-Mechanical Integration Technology (EMTMIT), led by Tom Jahns at UW, with emphasis on cross-discipline, cross-campus collaboration on the conceptual design and physical realization of standard-cell IPEMs, the integration of IPEMs with motors, led by Tom Lipo at UW, and the integration with microprocessors, led by Fred Lee at VT. Research under Engineered Systems is focused on IPEM-based Power Conversion Systems (IPEM-PCS), led by Dushan Boroyevich at VT.
The Northrop Rice Advanced Institute of Technology (NRAIT), in cooperation with NANOWorld®, is a collaborative education and research platform for the benefit of the business, education and engineering communities. NRAIT&rsquot;s center piece focus is the application and use of nanotechnology and integrating it into products that are being manufactured today. NRAIT&rsquot;s cornucopia of advanced technologies includes the macro, micro, nano, and pico scales. The understanding and integration of these scales will lead the way in tomorrow&rsquot;s product strategy solutions. NRAIT works in collaboration with institutions and agencies for the purposes of economic development, workforce education and providing Community Outreach educational programs. NRAIT and NANOWorld® are actively involved in e-Education, conferences and seminars as well as Global information exchange and participation. NRAIT investigates advanced technology that is being undertaken worldwide by locating and identifying companies that are applying advanced technologies. As an open education research platform, NRAIT shares its results and discoveries, and advocates collaboration in all of its activities.
LTEC is the first and largest circuits, systems, and intellectual property analysis firm in Japan. We have 30 years of experience, over 110 engineers and local offices in North America and the Asia-Pacific regions. In our expanding world marketplace, more patents are generated than ever before. This globalized, highly competitive environment increases the vulnerability of intellectual property (IP). LTEC can help protect your IP. This is our mission.
PowerRox is a firm dedicated to solving power problems for those seeking to establish or enhance their position in the enterprise and consumer power electronics marketplace. We specialize in improving the efficiency, reliability, cost reduction through hands-on support and training/seminars/workshops. We can solve problems in power supply design, power system development, system debug and test, cost/performance analysis, marketing, and re-design. We are committed to meeting all deadlines, performing on-budget, debugging/testing solutions to required levels, and doing the highest quality work possible.
The RECOM group is a power supply manufacturer from Austria with over 40 years of experience in developing and manufacturing the latest converter technology in a power range from 0.25W to 960W.
Worldwide customers have access to the largest selection of DC/DC converters and AC/DC power supplies on the market plus a broad range of switching regulators and LED drivers, all of which comply with international safety standards and carry the latest certifications.
RECOM has offices in Europe, North America and Asia, enabling the sales and support team to quickly offer worldwide technical support.
The global network of distributors ensures fast delivery times, and worldwide product availability.
Stanford University, located between San Francisco and San Jose in the heart of California's Silicon Valley, is one of the world's leading teaching and research universities. Since its opening in 1891, Stanford has been dedicated to finding solutions to big challenges and to preparing students for leadership in a complex world. The mission of the Department of Electrical Engineering is to offer an EE undergraduate program that augments the liberal education expected of all Stanford undergraduates and imparts a basic understanding of electrical engineering built on a foundation of physical science.
Tyndall National Institute, Cork, Ireland is a leading international industry led research centre specializing in ICT hardware. With 470 researchers and an annual budget of over $50M, Tyndall has over 200 industry partnerships and customers worldwide with several start-up companies in Ireland having emerged based on Tyndall technology. Research relevant to the power electronics industry includes micro power devices (e.g. magnetics on silicon, power supply on chip), magnetic materials and energy harvesting.
WattsButler LLC is an innovation services company focused on the semiconductor and nanotechnology industries. Led by Dr. Butler, a Technology Innovation Architect with over 35 years of experience in silicon and wide bandgap technology and product development, WattsButler enables clients to innovate more efficiently, effectively, and profitably; and supports clients by bringing structure to nebulous situations to solve complex problems. Example consulting services: assessing technology readiness, analyzing core competencies, identifying root-cause technology issues, performing risk assessments, crafting joint-development and academic research proposals, summarizing competitive landscape. Contact WattsButler today to begin increasing your innovation success.