August 28, 2015
Power electronics engineers designing power modules face a number of challenges; namely, size, weight, efficiency,
cost, and robustness. This free, 1-hour webcast will explore these challenges and lay out a new workflow for overcoming
them. Topics include modeling and characterization of components and devices, such as GaN transistors, electrothermal
co-simulation, and integration of GaN into power electronic circuits.
Presented by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ingmar Kallfass, chair for Robust Power Semiconductor Systems at the University of
Stuttgart, and sponsored by Keysight, the webcast will show how EDA tools, originally intended for RF/microwave
design, can be highly beneficial when used in the workflow.
This webcast is ideal for power electronic engineers who want greater insight and rapid design space exploration
that come from virtual prototypes using simulation.
Sept. 3 at 10:00 a.m. PT, 1:00 p.m. ET, 5:00 p.m. UTC
How to Design
Power Electronics: HF Power Semiconductor Modeling. Registration is required to attend this webcast.
About Keysight Technologies
Keysight Technologies Inc. (NYSE: KEYS) is the world's leading electronic measurement company, transforming today's
measurement experience through innovations in wireless, modular, and software solutions. With its HP and Agilent
legacy, Keysight delivers solutions in wireless communications, aerospace and defense and semiconductor markets
with world-class platforms, software and consistent measurement science. The company's over 9,500 employees serve
customers in more than 100 countries.
What We Do - Corporate
Profile Slides Keysight's singular focus on measurement helps scientists, researchers and engineers address
their toughest challenges with precision and confidence. With the help of our products and services, they are better
able to deliver the breakthroughs that make a measurable difference.
Company History and Timeline
Keysight Technologies' legacy includes the original Hewlett-Packard business founded in 1939 by Bill Hewlett
and Dave Packard, which spun off with Agilent Technologies in 1999. On Sept. 19, 2013, Agilent announced plans to
separate into two publicly traded companies through a tax-free spinoff of its electronic measurement business. The
new company, Keysight Technologies, began trading on the NYSE under the symbol KEYS on November 3,2014.
Posted August 30, 2015