Learn Today and Design Tomorrow
Delegates at Darnell's Power China 2012 (DPC '12) will have an opportunity to meet and talk with top executives and technical professionals of leading electronic equipment companies, as well as key technical and management professionals in the power conversion and semiconductor industries. Participants will also be able to see the latest components and development tools for practical digital power designs in the exhibition area. DPC '12 will be an English-only event, and be broadly focused on all aspects of advanced power conversion, including:
- Optimizing Energy Efficiency
- Maximizing Cost-Effectiveness
- Advanced Topologies
- Thermal Management
- Discrete Semiconductor Devices
- Planar Magnetics
- Power Management
- Power Architectures
- Digital Power
- Passive Devices
- Design Tools and Techniques
- Software Design and Implementation
- Everything relevant to next-generation power system design
Darnell's Power China 2012 will include extensive content on advanced components for power conversion. DPC '12 will provide the broadest coverage of advanced power conversion for all types of applications.
"Shanghai is a major research and design center for all types of power converters, and understanding the latest developments in advanced components and design techniques is increasingly important in this community of power engineers," stated Jeff Shepard, president of Darnell Group. "The extensive practical information at Darnell's Power China will provide power design engineers a unique opportunity to 'learn today and design tomorrow,'" Shepard concluded.
Building on the success of Darnell’s Power Forum, hosted annually for the past nine years, DPC will be a China-specific, two-day conference that will serve an international audience of decision makers who are interested in learning about and contributing to the latest practical advancements in advanced power conversion components, topologies, architectures and design tools/techniques. The emphasis at DPC will be practical solutions to today's design challenges. The content and structure of the forum will be guided by a predominantly Chinese Advisory Committee, and will represent the specific interests and needs of Chinese power converter makers and original equipment manufacturers.