TI at PCIM Europe 2024

11-13 June | Nuremberg, Germany

Hall 7, Booth 652

TI at PCIM Europe 2024

Transition to a more sustainable future with reliable high-voltage technology

To deliver the full benefits of greater efficiency, power density and more responsible resource usage, high-voltage devices must be reliable, safe and operate at peak efficiency while generating, converting, delivering and storing energy. Resolving design compromises are just some of the ways our high-voltage technology is helping designers better meet consumer needs in HEV/EV, EV charging, energy storage systems and motor drive applications. See how we’re unlocking the power of high-voltage technology to transition to a more sustainable future at PCIM.

Day and time (Central European Time)
Session title
Presenter
Session type
11 June from 13:00-14:30 Analytical Modeling and Stability Characterization of a Damped VSCC CM Active EMI Filter for Single- and Three-Phase AC-DC Applications
Timothy Hegarty; Co-Author: Ben Chan, Robert Blattner, Texas Instruments, US; Ashish Kumar, Our Next Energy, US
Poster session
11 June from 13:00-14:30 A Peak Current Mode Control Method for PFC
Sean Yu
Poster session
11 June from 13:00-14:30 Average Current Mode Control and Its Loop Design
Niklas Schwarz
Poster session
12 June GaN Wide Bandgap Design, the Future of Power
Harald Parzhuber
Panel discussion
12 June from 13:00-14:30 Design Consideration of Bi-directional CLLLC Resonant Converter in Energy Storage Systems
Sean Yu; Co-Author: Guangzhi Cui, Texas Instruments, CN
Poster session
12 June from 13:00-14:30 Comparative Evaluation of the Center Tapped Boost Converter Topology
Bryan Radix; Co-Authors: Moheddin Shaik, Texas Instruments, DE
Poster session
12 June from 13:00-14:30 Gain Optimization Control Method for CLLLC Resonant Converters under Phase Shift Mode Sean Yu; Co-Authors: Guangzhi Cui, Texas Instruments, CN; Sheng-Yang Yu, Texas Instruments, US Poster session

Read the latest content on high-voltage technology

Learn more about high-voltage technology and get a sneak-peek at the topics we will be featuring at PCIM.

Technology that captures, converts and distributes energy effectively and efficiently will enable the shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources and help create a sustainable future.

There are a lot of challenges to delivering efficient power conversion in high-voltage applications. However, component, topology and system-level innovations can significantly increase the high-voltage power-conversion system’s efficiency and density, while simplifying designs.