ECPE Joint Stand
at PCIM Europe Exhibiton

PCIM Europe is the world's leading exhibition and conference for power electronics, intelligent motion, renewable energy, and energy management.
Since 2004 ECPE gives companies and institutes the opportunity to present their latest achievements at the ECPE Joint Stand.

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ECPE Joint Stand at
PCIM Europe Exhibition

5 - 7 May 2020 | Nuremberg
26 partner units – 210 sqm booth area –
experts from industry and academia

Take the Chance and become co-exhibitor
at the ECPE Joint Stand 2020!


Get in touch with Power Electronics experts from industry and academia! ECPE Joint Stand - the meeting point at PCIM Europe Exhibition!

Since 2008, ECPE sponsors one of the three Young Engineer Awards at PCIM Europe. The winners are invited to present their paper at PCIM Europe Conference, receive prize money and see their paper published in the conference proceedings.


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Open Positions from the Network are not only available online at our ECPE Online Job Forum.
After your visit at the ECPE Joint Stand have a look on the PCIM & ECPE Job Board in hall 6.


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Co-Exhibitors at the ECPE Joint Stand 2019

  • Ascatron
  • IB Billmann

    In the area of test equipment, we develop special tools and adapters that are tailored to the requirements of power electronics since 1991. We provide self-designed units, which greatly shorten laboratory setup times.
    We support failure analysis and design reviews. Customers benefit from our decades of experience and from the background of latest R&D research topics.
    We deliver technology from customized single pieces to developments facing a planned high volume production. We carry out design, prototyping, as well as functional testing and support you in the series overpass.


  • FlowCAD
  • ISE Magnetics

    ISE Magnetics presents on the PCIM 2019 the latest development in PLANAR Transformers, high power LLC Resonant transformers and GaN magnetics.
    ISE MAGNETICS™ is a manufacturer and design house of inductive components; having production and (sales) offices in western and eastern Europe, we also subcontract production in Asia which we strictly prescribe control and inspect.
    The ISE staff consists of 60 people. ISE’s headquarters is located in the renowned Dutch High Tech area Brainport in the Netherlands.


  • LGF Elektrotechnik
  • PINK Thermosysteme

    PINK GmbH Thermosysteme is located in Wertheim/Germany and produces systems for vacuum-supported soldering, low-pressure plasma systems, sintering systems as well as systems for drying and processing technology.

    PINK is a worldwide supplier for innovative and reliable customized systems and delivers products to well-known technology companies of e.g. automotive industry and their suppliers, semiconductor industry, electronics industry as well as chemical and pharmaceutical industry.


  • RISSE electronic
  • SET GmbH

    SET is specialist and partner in developing semiconductor, HiL and functional test systems, as well as for developing and manufacturing electronic systems. The company was founded in 2001 and has over 80 employees working at the Headquarters in Wangen, Germany and three other locations in Germany and the US.

    SET is committed to making our customers successful by integrating cutting edge technology with tried and true best practices for test. We are defining the future of automotive test as a founding member of the ADAS iiT consortium, unlocking new potential in Semiconductor reliability testing, and revolutionizing the way the aviation industry develops and tests controls products.  

    Whether you need a single test system of the highest quality and ROI, or want to institute a transformative test standardization – SET has the resources and know-how to deliver.  


  • SET Power Systems
  • The Thinking Pod Innovations
  • ROHRER Measurement and System Technology

    Rohrer Mess- and Systemtechnik is going to present their latest linear regulated power amplifier for testing mainly ECU’s according to LV124 / LV148 and associated standards for advanced test procedures.

    It is a stand-alone unit which may also be equipped with a two channel arbitrary function generator to generate different functions. They may be added at the input of the power amplifier. Furthermore you may set a desired DC-offset to simulate the batteries DC-level. 

    With these features it is very simple to make sure -also in the engineering status- that you did not miss any combination of frequencies which may affect your ECU.

    You may operate the PA-LV124/148 locally on the front panel or remote via 2x USB and LAN and HDMI-Interface. WLAN-functionality and interlock interface are included.

    Our PA-LV124/148 regulates the voltages on the connection of your DUT, even if the load changes. There is no re-adjustment required which is time-consuming and may interfere with your complete set-up.


  • Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel
  • EPFL

    The research interests of the Power Electronics Laboratory (EPFL) are in the broad area of the Electrical Energy Generation, Conversion and Storage. In particular, we are working on High Power Electronics Technologies for Medium Voltage applications, those operating with voltages in kV range, currents in kA range and powers in MW range. Power Electronics is one of the key-enabling technologies for the future energy systems, as it offers unprecedented flexibility for the integration and control of various electrical sources, storage elements or loads into the grid. This is equally valid for the present-day AC grids as well as for emerging concepts of DC grids, or inevitable mix of both in the near future.
    To achieve controllable, reliable and efficient electrical energy conversion by means of advanced power electronic converters, we optimally use, but also influence and drive forward, advancements in different areas. These multidisciplinary considerations include: power semiconductors (e.g. Si, SiC, GaN), passive components (e.g. magnetics), insulation materials, mathematical modeling, simulations and optimization of power electronic systems, advanced control methods, etc


  • Fraunhofer ISE

    The Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE is the largest solar energy research institute in Europe. It creates technological foundations for supplying energy efficiently and on an environmentally sound basis in industrialized, threshold and developing countries. With its research focusing on energy conversion, energy efficiency, energy distribution and energy storage, it contributes to a broad application of new technology. The department of power electronics and grid technologies of Fraunhofer ISE has more than 30 years of experience in the design of power electronic circuits.


  • Fraunhofer ISIT

    Fraunhofer ISIT develops and manufactures innovative active and passive power semiconductor components based on silicon and gallium nitride for highest switching frequencies in the MHZ range in a modern 8” manufacturing environment. Customized low loss IGBTs with advanced cell architecture enable applications in a wide voltage range up to 1200 V. Within the context of a research project (InMOVE) a novel design for an integrated traction inverter was realized. Thin wafer technology and laser annealing was used for the manufacturing of the IGBT devices. A further topic is the development of power electronic systems and system simulations.


  • Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Science
  • Roma Tre University
  • SDU - University of Southern Denmark
  • TU Wien

ECPE provides partner units to 20 co-exhibitors at a joint stand in hall 7. On over 160 m2 you're able to meet representatives of our member companies & PE experts from competence centres presenting their research.

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D-90443 Nuremberg, Germany
Phone: +49 (0)911 81 02 88-0

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