PowerAmerica To Chair WiPDA 2019
Wide bandgap focus for IEEE Workshop on Power Devices and Applications
Victor Veliadis, CTO of PowerAmerica, will be charing the conference program of WiPDA 2019, the 7th Annual IEEE Workshop on Power Devices and Applications, n Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, Oct. 29-31. PowerAmerica is also sponsoring the event.
According to the organisation, WiPDA 2019 will gather many professionals in the wide bandgap semiconductor field, which is reflected in the conference program.
WiPDA 2019 will feature 48 oral sessions and 33 posters, as well as keynote addresses, panels and tutorials and take place in the Stateview Hotel on the campus of North Carolina State University.
The PowerAmerica Institute at North Carolina State University is a member of Manufacturing USA. PowerAmerica was established in 2015 to help accelerate the adoption of wide bandgap semiconductor technology in the United States.
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