Electric Transportation and Charging Solutions: Keeping Goods and People Moving
23 Sep 2020 - 21 Dec 2020
Online, On Demand
Register to experience all-day challenges when operating heavy-duty vehicles, and the technical solutions behind the scenes. Learn about electrified heavy-duty vehicles in drive-trains, auxiliary drives and the ecosystem around commercial vehicles.
Join this webinar to accompany a protagonist for one day when operating heavy-duty vehicles. Experience her all-day challenges, and the technical solutions behind the scenes.
Attendees will learn about electrified heavy-duty vehicles in drive-trains, auxiliary drives and the ecosystem around commercial vehicles.
- Learn about the application and power semiconductor requirements for electric transportation in CAV and fast EV charging
- Understand how Infineon responds to the trends in the market
- Get an overview of different solution offerings for these applications
Dr. Martin Schulz, Principal, Application Engineering, Infineon Technologies AG
Dr. Martin Schulz has been with Infineon Technologies since 2005. In 2011, he joined the application-engineering group. His responsibilities are in the area of electrified commercial and agricultural vehicles (CAV). Thermal management and interconnection technologies also are within his field of expertise. Dr. Schulz holds a doctorate in electrical engineering, gained at the University of Siegen at the department of power electronics and electrical drives. He holds several patents in the field of power electronics and is a Senior IEEE-Member.
Pradip Chatterjee, Application Engineer DC EV Charging, Infineon Technologies AG
Pradip Chatterjee joined Infineon AG in 2018 as application owner of off board EV charging. In his role, he focuses on EV charging application, working on requirements and trends, as well supporting design ins. Pradip holds a master's degree in power electronics and having around 15 years of experience in design and development of power conversion systems.
Frank-Steffen Russ, Director Segment Automotive EMEA, EBV Elektronik
Frank-Steffen Russ is Director Segment Automotive in EBV ELEKTRONIK GmbH & CO KG (an AVNET company). He studied electronics at the Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences. In total he worked in the semiconductor industry for about 27 years. His career started in test and measurement for automotive and telecom products. For 25 years he has served different roles supporting the automotive industry. He has been working for EBV Elektronik since 1997, supporting its customers with his automotive system knowledge.
Andrej Orel, Segment Manager City & Infrastructure, EBV Elektronik
Andrej Orel joined EBV Elektronik in 1997 as a field application engineer. Since 2006 he was taking different roles as regional application manager and business development manager and in 2019 taking over as a segment manager the segment called City & Infrastructure focused on smart city, energy, smart grid and infrastructure topics. Andrej holds an electrical engineering degree in electronics and telecommunications from the University of Ljubljana, Slovenija.
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