Registration Deadline: 25 November 2021
Design Automation is of increasing importance for the Power Electronics community to obtain higher efficiencies and more compact designs at lowest costs. Main challenges of power electronics designs especially in highly integrated systems are related to multi-physics interactions, shorter design time and multi-parameter and multi-objective optimization. Design automation techniques can help to optimize power electronics systems in efficiency, size, thermal performance, EMI performance and costs, and to identify and understand the design limits imposed by the currently available technologies.
The goal of this ECPE Workshop is to discuss and identify the potentials of Design Automation in Power Electronics, identify methodologies and tools that have been developed and used to resolve the issues during design and optimisation of modern power electronics components and systems. The professionals from industry and research institutions with experience in both Power Electronics and Design Automation will be brought together to present and discuss their opinion, experience, needs and vision of future.
The expected results of the workshop are:
- Identifying the potential, challenges and risks of Design Automation in the field of Electronics
- An understanding of the limits of the current methodologies and tools
- Future role and limits of measurement technology for verifying Design Automation results