Tyndall is attending the leading conference for power electronic professionals, Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC), which is taking place from March 19-23 in Orlando, Florida. The Tyndall team will be at Booth #846 for the duration of the event.

MCCI’s Seamus O’Driscoll and  Brendan O’Sullivan will be there with Tyndall’s Professor Cian O’Mathuna, Mike Hayes, Willie Lawton, Dr Ranajit Sai and Hugh Smiddy from the commercial team.

APEC focuses on the practical and applied aspects of the power electronics business.  The APEC program addresses a broad range of topics in the use, design, manufacture, and marketing of all kinds of power electronics. The combination of high-quality professional education seminars, a full program of referred papers, and an overflowing exhibit hall consistently provides an invaluable education to attendees each year.

Members of the Tyndall team will be presenting and speaking at the event, details below:

Presenter Date Time Session Title
Hasan Bbaderanaghi 21/03/2023 8:30am – 8:55am Core Loss Measurements for Different Materials and Excitations Core loss mechanisms in different soft magnetic materials
Mike Hayes 21/03/2023 9:20am – 9:45am Power Innovations and Technologies Enabling Smart Buildings and Cities Micro-power Energy Harvesting for Retrofitted Wireless Sensors in Buildings
Brendan O’Sullivan 21/03/2023 9:30am – 9:50am Gate Drive Circuits Gate Driver Chip-Set Using Low Volt-Second Pulse Transformer for Galvanic Signal Isolation
Mike Hayes 23/03/2023 8:30am – 8:55am Energy Storage Systems and Their Relevant Aspects Fitness for Purpose – Choosing the Right Storage Device for IoT Applications
Hasan Bbaderanaghi 23/03/2023 11:30am – 1:30pm High Frequency Magnetics Design and Fabrication of Low-Loss High-Permeability Soft Magnetic Mouldable Composites for High-Frequency Power Inductor Applications

Please note, the table times may change at short notice. The full event programme with locations is available online here.

Be sure to also check out Table 11 at APEC’s first ever student job fair on Tuesday March 21st 1.30-5 pm where the team will be speaking to students and answering all your power electronics career questions!