ICSCRM2019 | International Conference on Silicon Carbide and Related Materials / September 29 - October 4, 2019 / Kyoto, Japan

Tutorial

On Sunday, September 29, a Tutorial Day will be organized specifically, but not exclusively, for young researchers (PhD students and Postdocs) as a satellite event of ICSCRM 2019. The main objective of the Tutorial Day is to introduce the important concepts and hot topics to be discussed during the conference. The title of this tutorial program is “SiC-MOSFETs; Features and Applications.” This includes the current status of SiC-MOSFETs; structural design, reliability, characterization, packaging technique and applications. Lectures will be given by six invited speakers, all well recognized in their respective field, and will be easy to follow for young researchers with different backgrounds and fields of activity. Participants need to register for the Tutorial Day through the conference web site. The registration fees are as follows;

ICSCRM2019 Tutrial Information

September 29, 2019
Tutorial title: “SiC-MOSFETs; Features and Applications”
Venue: Kyoto International Conference Center, Room A

Program
(1) 10:30-11:15 Prof. Noriyuki Iwamuro (University of Tsukuba)
  Device Design and Characteristics of SiC MOSFETs
(2) 11:15-12:00 Prof. Philip Mawby (University of Warwick)
  SiC Power Device Reliability Considerations
(3) 13:30-14:15 Prof. Josef Lutz (Chemnitz University of Technology)
  Packaging and Modules with SiC MOSFETs and Related Reliability Aspects
(4) 14:15-15:00 Prof. Juan Rivas-Davila (Stanford University)
  Driving Methods for SiC Devices at High-Frequencies
(5) 15:30-16:15 Prof. Alberto Castellazzi (University of Nottingham)
  Multi-Level Inverter Topologies for Full Exploitation of SiC MOS Characteristics
(6) 16:15-17:00 Dr. Samuel Araujo (Robert Bosch GmbH)
  SiC MOSFETs at Industrial Applications – Addressing Challenges and Reaping Benefits

Registration Fee Regular Participant Online JPY 9,000
On-site JPY 12,000
Student Online JPY 5,000
On-site
Lunch served
The registration fees include participation, lunch, coffee breaks and a booklet containing all the presentations.

A ONE DAY TABLETOP EXHIBITION will be held at the same venue (Room A) with the aid of the Japan Society of Applied Physics.