Innovative solutions for future-oriented technologies at PCIM Europe 2013Müller Ahlhorn
From 14. – 16. In May 2013, all the important power electronics companies from Germany and abroad will present their innovations in Nuremberg.
The future markets for regenerative energy generation, smart grids, energy efficiency and consumer electronics play a major role here. Power electronics, a key technology for many fields of application, is of great importance here.
New in a proven concept
For the first time, the trade fair will take place in Halls 7 and 9, thus taking into account the ever-increasing space requirements of existing and the increasing number of new exhibitors. In the last 3 years alone, the exhibition space at PCIM Europe has increased by approx. 30% and will reach 18,500 square meters this year. The second forum is also new, where overarching topics are bundled. Panel discussions, round tables, and short seminars will take place there. As before, there will also be presentations by the exhibitors.
Concentrated knowledge in the PCIM conference
The PCIM conference also focuses on future-oriented technologies such as solar and wind power, e-mobility and new materials. In six special sessions it will be examined in more detail which new impulses are being set for these technologies. In total, the participants can expect more than 230 lectures and poster presentations in over 40 sessions, which give a comprehensive overview of current topics in power electronics. Experts from leading companies as well as representatives from universities and research institutions present their latest findings. Highlights at the beginning of each conference day are the three keynotes on the topics “HVDC – State of the art and future trends”, “New Generation of Traction Drives based on SiC Power Components” and “High-density Fast-transient Voltage Regulator Module” by top-class speakers from Siemens, ALSTOM and the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Extensive seminar and tutorial program
Six seminars and ten tutorials offer participants on the two days before the conference the opportunity to learn more about specific issues in power electronics. To this end, internationally sought-after industry experts were invited to speak about their specialty.