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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PCIM Europe Exhibition

7 – 9 May 2019 | Nuremberg, Germany
20 partner units – 160 sm booth area –
experts from industry and academia

Take the chance and become co-exhibitor
at the ECPE Joint Stand 2019!


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 of the ECPE Joint Stand have a look on the PCIM & ECPE Job Board just a few steps away in hall 7.


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Co-Exhibitors at the ECPE joint Stand 2018

  • alpitronic

    alpitronic is a team of committed engineers with professional experience in the automotive, aerospace and industrial electronics sectors.
    As a development specialist for electronic hardware and software the focus of alpitronic is put on power electronics in the automotive sector. In addition, product qualifications for the world's leading semiconductor manufacturers are carried out in our in-house power cycling test laboratory.
    alpitronic is currently developing its first own product, the hypercharger; an ultra-fast charger for electric vehicles that can fully charge a vehicle in just a few minutes.


  • 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.


  • Hesse

    Hesse GmbH is one of the worldwide leading manufacturers of machines for assembly and connection techniques in the semiconductor industry. Operating on a global level, Hesse GmbH offers high-end technology with the development and manufacturing of fully automated wedge-wedge and ball-wedge bonders, software for monitoring ultrasonic-bond-processes as well as standardized or customer specific automation solutions, customized tools and machines.


  • ISE Magnetics

    ISE Magnetics presents on the PCIM 2018 the latest development in PLANAR Transformers and Inductors  from 3KW  up to 200 KW and high power LLC Resonant transformers with efficiency up to 99,7%.
    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 50 people. ISE’s headquarters is located in the renowned Dutch High Tech area Brainport in the Netherlands.


  • Keysight Technologies

    Keysight EEsof EDA Design and Simulation Solutions for Power Electronics
    Switched-mode power supplies are moving to higher di/dt and so deleterious spike voltages are getting more and more troublesome. We are the experts in accounting for layout parasitics because our EDA tools integrate an EM field solver (to extract the parasitic from the layout artwork) with the circuit simulator (to model the lumped element components). Our PE customers use our tools to see the effect of “good” and “bad” layouts on the device stress, conversion efficiency, EMI/EMC, etc. without having to “solder and see” by building and testing a bunch of costly and time-consuming prototypes).



    MACCON is a leading supplier of electric motors, drive and control electronics in the range of 1W to over 250kW, as well as engineering services. The company was founded in 1982. The company name comprises the first three letters of the words MAChine CONtrol. MACCON provides solutions for complex motion control projects which have demanding requirements for precision, dynamics and smooth motion, even in multi-axis configurations. We work with reputable international product manufacturers, combining their standard products with our own custom-developed products to create high-performance yet economical solutions.


  • ProNova
  • RISSE electronic
  • SET GmbH

    SET GmbH is an innovative technology company that specializes in developing power semiconductor reliability test systems (IOL, Power Cycling, HTRB, H3TRB, HTOL), HiL and function test systems, as well as electronic development and manufacturing for the automotive, aerospace, and semiconductors industries. More than 50 employees at three locations offer qualified project coordination - starting from defining system requirements, developing and manufacturing hardware, mechanical systems and software, up to implementing the finished system - while simultaneously reducing total cost of test and test time.


  • SET Power Systems
  • 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 IKTS
  • 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.


  • Karlsruhe Institute of Technology KIT

    The Institute for Data Processing and Electronics (IPE) and the Institute of Electrical Engineering (ETI) of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) explore new power electronic systems, power electronic packaging and interconnect methods and lithium-ion battery systems. Among others, highly integrated SiC Power modules with copper sintered SiC MOSFETs for inverters and modular Power-Hardware-in-the-Loop systems are presented.


  • University of Applied Sciences Kiel
  • TU Wien

ECPE provides partner units to about 20 co-exhibitors at the ECPE Joint Stand. On over 160 m2 you're able to meet representatives of our member companies as well as PE experts from competence centres presenting their latest achievments.

Postal address ECPE e.V.:
ECPE European Center for Power Electronics e.V.
Landgrabenstrasse 94
D-90443 Nuremberg, Germany
Phone: +49 (0)911 81 02 88-0

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