Shaping the future of power electronics

PCIM Europe invites purchasing professionals to become part of the biggest ever event, taking place 11 to 13 June 2024 in Nuremberg, Germany

For the first time, over 600 companies will be exhibiting in four halls so visitors can expect a wider range of new products and services. The four stages offer visitors an exclusive knowledge platform to expand their expertise on the latest trends and research findings.

On the Technology Stage, expect scientific presentations and panel discussions on research and development topics including: Will SiC ultimately hold its own against GaN?; GaN wide bandgap, the future of power; plus the session Technical working groups’ updates: IEC, PECTA, IEEE, CIGRE.

The E-Mobility & Energy Storage Stage will set the backdrop for discussions on the entire value chain relating to electromobility and energy storage in specialist presentations and show what power electronics is capable of achieving for these areas of application now and in the future. In addition to the program of presentations, look forward to a networking area for an intensive exchange with experts.

In the new Hall 5, the Smart Power System Integration Stage awaits with innovative solutions and application examples for the challenges of power electronics production, from smart power embedding to integrated smart power circuits.

The PCIM Europe Conference 2024 promises three days of inspiration, innovation and interaction.

With a record of over 500 first-time publications from industry and academia, conference participants benefit from first-hand expert knowledge. Interactive presentations provide the opportunity to discuss the latest developments, discover potential for future projects and network.

The keynote speeches at the start of each conference day are a particular highlight of the conference. Participants can look forward to high-quality and inspiring presentations focusing on current, important and innovative aspects of the industry.

Rolf Hellinger, head of Company Core Technology and Centre of Competence Power Electronics at Siemens AG, will begin with the first keynote speech of the conference on the topic of AI between hype and industrial-grade.

On the second day of the conference, Martin Wietschel, Head of Competence Centre Energy Technology and Energy Systems at Fraunhofer ISI, will speak on the topic of Infrastructure requirements for electrified heavy goods transport in Germany and the EU.

To conclude the keynote speeches, Gerald Deboy, Fellow of Infineon Technologies Austria, will present Challenges and solutions to power latest processor generations for hyper scale datacentres.