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Invitation: 2022 CASPA Special Seminar I: Opportunities and Challenges of Power Semiconductors

Daniel Nenni

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The power semiconductor market is rising thanks to emerging technologies from power devices to power management ICs. The adoption of power semiconductors is on a huge rise across the new market verticals like compact consumer electronics, 5G communication, Data Center, Automotive, especially fast growing Electric Vehicles, and more.

In the wake of this big moment for the power semiconductors, CASPA, the largest Chinese American semiconductor professional association worldwide, carrying the mission to promote the technology innovations in high-tech community, plans to organize a special seminar discussing the technology trend in power semiconductors, from wide band gap technology - GaN, SiC, to emerging power semiconductor technology, such as integrated voltage regulator, USB power delivery solutions, and system & applications.

The seminar will be held on Saturday, Jan.29th, 4:00PM-6:45PM. It will be organized with 20 minutes speech with 5 min Q&A time for each speaker, followed by a 45 min panel discussion session by the speakers and panelist.

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We are honored to have the following speakers:

Dan Kinzer: founder and CTO of Navitas Semiconductor.

30 years industry experience, Dan has led R&D at semiconductor and power electronics companies at the VP level or higher. His experience includes developing advanced power device and IC platforms, wide bandgap GaN and SiC device design, IC and power device fabrication processes, advanced IC design, semiconductor package development and assembly processes, and design of electronic systems.

Pearl Cao: Director of Power Delivery, NXP.

Pearl focuses on USB-C Power Delivery and Fast Charging business. She has 10+ years experience in business development and engineering management covering multiple power technologies, including wired and wireless charging.

Steve Shultis: SVP of Sales and Marketing, Empower Semiconductor.

Steve has an outstanding track record of delivering results in both sales and business leadership positions over his more than 20 years in the semiconductor and electronics industries.

Tony Huang: VP of MOSFET Power Division, Diodes Inc.

Dr. Tony Huang received his PhD degree in 1995. He worked at Texas Instruments and other companies for more than 10 years. Recently, he served as the VP of MOSFET Power Division within Diodes, Inc. During his 14 years tenure of MOSFET BU manager, he helped to grow the business consecutively to 18x from a Small-signal MOSFET supplier to Power MOSFET player for key Automotive and Consumer manufacturers.

Julu Sun: CTO of Powerland technology.

Dr. Julu Sun serves as CTO of Powerland Technology in Nanjing, China, He leads several high-efficiency and high power-density power conversion projects, and contributes to the development of innovative power supply products.
B.S. degree from Zhejiang University, M.S. degree from Tsinghua University and Ph. D degree from Virginia Tech, all in electrical engineering.

Llew Vaughan-Edmunds: Director of Strategy and Technical Marketing, Applied Materials.

Director of Strategic & Technical Marketing – Power Technologies, within the ICAPS Group at Applied Materials. He has over 20 years of power semiconductor experience at Infineon, International Rectifier, and ON Semiconductor. He has been responsible for various product lines including Gate Drivers, IGBTs, Diodes, and Wide Band Gap (SiC/GaN).

MBA from Chapman University, BS in Applied Electronics from Liverpool University, and a patent in GaN device technology. He is currently Chairman for PowerAmerica and an advisory board member for a GaN semiconductor device company.

You could find more about the speaker and register for this event, please visit the following page to register in eventbrite: tinyurl.com/CASPA-power-semi

Come and join us to learn the latest Power Semiconductor trend, opportunities and challenges!

https://caspa.com/2022-caspa-special-seminar-i-opportunities-and-challenges-of-power-semiconductors/
 
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