Wednesday, 9 August 2017

ECCE 2017 To Host Power Electronics Workforce Panel

As part of its mission to advance the US power electronics industry’s competitiveness, the Power Electronics Industry Collaborative (PEIC) has organised a panel discussion to present challenges and opportunities facing the power electronics industry as it seeks to identify, attract, and nurture new engineering talent.

The panel will be presented as part of the Special Session program at the IEEE Energy Conversion Congress & Expo (ECCE), October 1 – 5, 2017 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
“As power electronics technology continues to advance, especially with the accelerated implementation of wide bandgap semiconductors, the US power electronics industry faces a number of challenges to maintain and enhance the skills of its current workforce, as well as attract new talent to the business, research, and education opportunities that are on the horizon," said Keith Evans, PEIC President. 

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