Underpinning Power Electronics 2017: Heterogeneous Integration


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"Hetrogeneous Integration" can be loosely described as 'the combination of dis-similar materials and components to create multi-featured, functional blocks or 'systems' and as such, this project theme, as part of the Centre for Power Electronics, will address aspects related to the inclusion of components more traditionally seen at a system level, within new and innovative power module structures. The outcomes of this research will underpin the effective use of Wide Band-Gap (WBG) semiconductors within power electronic converters.


For more information about this project, please contact Prof Lee Empringham.


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