SiC power modules for your electric vehicle designs

Join us for 1-hour webinar on SiC power modules for your electric vehicle designs


This webinar was broadcasted Tuesday, May 5th 2020

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Learn more about how our automotive SiC power modules can revolutionize your e-mobility applications.

In this 1-hour webinar, you will learn why ST's silicon-carbide (SiC) technology can dramatically reduce the total cost of ownership in electric vehicle (EV) applications such as traction inverters, DC/DC converters and on-board chargers (OBC). We will also take an in-depth look at how our new SiC power modules and packages optimize the performance of these key EV applications.   

You will learn

  • Brief history of silicon carbide and its use in the power semiconductor industry
  • Mapping of different automotive power applications with the right semiconductors
  • Advantages of using SiC solutions in key EV applications
  • Overview of advanced (discrete) package solutions
  • Advantages of our Multi Sintering Package (STPAK™) in xEV traction inverters
  • How our ACEPACK™ module family improves designs for OBC / DC-DC as well as traction inverter automotive systems
  • The importance of WLBI (Wafer Level Burn In) & KGD (Known Good Dice) characteristics

There will be a live Q&A session at the end of the webinar where ST’s experienced engineers will be available to answer your questions.


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Manuel Gaertner

Manuel joined STMicroelectronics Munich in 1999 and is working as a Senior Team Leader and Marketing Manager for ASSP/ASIC and Power Discrete Devices. On top of this. he is leading the strategic program Wide Bandgap materials for Automotive applications in EMEA region. Before joining STMicroelectronics, he worked as development engineer for Smart Power Products and as a research engineer. 

Michael Luett

After joining ST as a Technical Marketing Engineer for Automotive in 1998, Michael LUETT switched to VIPower & Lighting products in 2013 before returning to Automotive in 2017. Currently Marketing Manager (EMEA) for ST’s Automotive portfolio, Michael helps automotive engineers find the best solutions for their applications.


Martin Vacek