Designing with UnitedSiC FETs – Free webinar
Thursday, July 9th at 17:00 (CEST)
- Jonathan Dodge, Senior Applications Engineer at UnitedSiC.
- Dr. Peter Losee, Director of Device Technology Development at UnitedSiC Inc.
Discover how the pursuit for lower RDS(on) in SiC FET devices is helping power designers successfully deliver next-generation performance and innovation through higher efficiency, lower losses, smaller form factors and reduced total cost.
We will work through some important topics:
- Introduction of the cascode Technology
- Construction details
- Advantages of using SiC cascodes
New design possibilities:
- EV inverter
- Fast battery charging
- Solar inverter
- Circuit protection
- PFC Front End
If you cannot make it on Thursday, please register anyway to get the recording emailed to you automatically afterwards.
HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
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About the speakers:
Dr. Losee received his MS (’03) and PhD (’07) from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY, and has spent the past 20 years in the research and development of SiC power devices including Vertical JFETs, SiC MOSFETs and various types of power Diodes. He holds thirty US patents and has co-authored more than 50 peer reviewed papers in his field of work. Dr. Losee has also been a member of variety of key technical program committees including ISPSD, IRPS, WiPDA, APEC, ESREF and ICSCRM. Dr. Losee is currently the Director of Device Technology Development at UnitedSiC Inc. in Monmouth Junction, New Jersey, USA where he’s worked since 2018. Prior to joining UntedSiC, Dr. Losee worked at General Electric Research Center for 12years where he was Principal Engineer designing and developing SiC MOSFETs.
Jonathan Dodge received a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Oregon State University in 1992, followed in 2000 by a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from The University of Idaho. He is a licensed professional engineer in the state of Oregon. Since 2015, he is a Senior Applications Engineer at UnitedSiC, where he invented a high voltage active mode current limiter. He was Principal Engineer at Semikron in Hudson, NH from 2012 until 2015 where he developed a hybrid modulation scheme for three-level inverters. He helped PV Powered / Advanced Energy design solar inverters ranging from 35 to 500 kVA from 2008 until 2012. Prior to that he was Applications Engineering Manager at Advanced Power Technology / Microsemi for several years. Other experience includes design of various analog, digital, and power electronic circuits, and embedded code development.
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