Tutorials are held in two sessions (morning and afternoon) on the Sunday before the conference begins. Each morning/afternoon tutorial is 4 hours in length, except those noted (1/2) which are 2 hours long.

Full tutorial abstracts and presenter bios will be available soon.

Morning Session:

1. From Si to GaN, what power electronics engineers need to know about GaN
2. SiC Power Devices, Practical Implementation and Application
3. Predictive control- A simple and powerful method of control power converters and drives
4. Discrete State Event-Driven Method: A Novel Approach for Power Electronics Transient Simulation
5. SiC enabled MV Power Conversion Systems and HV SiC power device design and fabrication
6. Electric Propulsion: Challenges and Opportunities
7. Power conversion design consideration for rooftop and MW-scale photovoltaic systems
8. Energy Harvesting (EH) for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)
9. HVDC Transmission Systems and DC Grids: Developments and Challenges

Afternoon Session:

1. Reliability of Silicon Carbide MOSFETs: status and improvement prospect
2. Application of thermal interface materials in power modules to enhance thermal
performance and reliability
3. Design, Monitoring and Control of Reliable Power Electronics
4. Power Electronics for High-Precision Applications
5. Electric Traction Drive Systems
6. High-Speed Electric Machines and WBG Power Electronics Technology Trends and Design Techniques for Electric Vehicles
7. Differential Power Processing For Solar Photovoltaic Systems: Development and Applications
8. Capacitors for Power Electronics – from an Application Perspective
9. Artificial Intelligence Applications to Power Electronics

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