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  • Teaser image - Workshop - How to Optimize Plastics Recycling to Obtain High Quality Polymers for Circular Electronics?
    © Philips

    The goal of this workshop is to elaborate together with pre-processors, recyclers and manufacturers how to improve recycling steps to produce high-quality polymers which can be reused in electronic applications. Insights from the European project PolyCE will be presented considering different steps along the value chain such as optimized clustering, recommendations on pre-processing, examples how to use recycled plastics in new electronic applications and considerations on design for recycling.

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  • Fraunhofer IZM / 03/01/2020, TBA (to be announced)

    Autarkic Wireless Sensors - TBA

    © Fraunhofer IZM

    In 2019, the advanced training seminar »Autarkic Wireless Sensors« organized in cooperation with the AMA-Association will take place again. Using the example of a wireless sensor node for the monitoring of high-voltage power lines, an overview is given.

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  • Fraunhofer IZM / 03/12/2020 - 03/13/2020

    Ecodesign Learning Factory

    The Ecodesign Learning Factory is a training open for professionals and teachers which aims to convey methods and tools to enable participants to design products and services for a circular economy.

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  • Eindhoven, The Netherlands / 06/22/2020 - 06/23/2020

    EMC in Power Electronics

    Fraunhofer IZM | Volker Döring | EMC IN POWER ELECTRONICS – ELECTRO MAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
    © Fraunhofer IZM | Volker Döring

    With increasing switching speed the internal EMC of circuits becomes more tricky to achieve. Measurement and control signals are disturbed by switching events and even the switches themselves show undesired switch on events.

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  • Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration IZM / 09/21/2020 - 09/22/2020

    Wide-Bandgap User Training

    NEW TRENDS AND TECHNOLOGIES IN ADVANCED PACKAGING
    © Fraunhofer IZM | Volker Mai

    Wide-bandgap-semiconductors (WBG) are the next generation of power electronics. This tutorial was initially prepared in the framework of the CLINT-WPE project to convey practical know-how to engineers working with SiC and GaN devices.

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