Vicor To Present On Modular Power At WCX 2022
Addressing three top electrification topics, Vicor experts will talk about solutions that save packaging space and weight, and that provide power-design ease and flexibility
Vicor will unveil three new approaches to power xEV electrification at automotive engineering event, World Congress Experience (WCX) in Detroit on April 5 - 7, 2022.
An event of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), WCX is where the engineering community convenes on mobility's biggest hurdles from mass deployment of electric vehicles to developmental timelines for autonomous vehicles to supply chain constraints impacting the automotive industry.
Addressing three top electrification topics, Vicor presentations offer innovative solutions that save packaging space and weight, and that provide power-design ease and flexibility.
- 'Eliminating the 12V battery with use of Sine Amplitude Converter modules to create 12V power from the high voltage vehicle battery' presented by Patrick Kowalyk
Automotive Principal Field Applications Engineer, Vicor (April 5, 10:30am, Room 140B, session PFL710)
Patrick Kowalyk has been solving power delivery issues for over 20 years with Vicor's innovative, high power, high density and high efficiency solutions. Patrick is the lead Automotive Principal Field Applications Engineer for Vicor in North America, helping power engineers architect new Automotive power delivery systems. He has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology.
- 'Using Miniaturized Power Modules to Reduce the Weight and Volume of the Power Electronics' presented by Greg Green, Director, Automotive Customer Programs, Vicor (April 6, 10:30am, Room 140C, session PFL740)
Greg Green is the Director of Automotive Customer Programs at Vicor Corporation. He has over 33 years of experience in the automotive industry, spanning across manufacturing, design engineering and product line management with OEM's, and Tier 1 suppliers. Greg's auto industry experience includes manufacturing, product development, and business development. Greg holds a B.S. Degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Michigan, and an M.S. in Manufacturing Management from Kettering University.
- 'Creating Compatibility between Level 3 DC Fast Chargers and Vehicle Batteries with an On-board Conversion Module' presented by: Haris Muhedinovic
Automotive Senior Field Applications Engineer, Vicor (April 7, 9:30am, Room 260, session AE600)
Haris Muhedinovic works with OEMs and TIERs to design and develop highest performance power solutions for most demanding automotive applications. With his interest in power electronics and electronics systems, Haris is aware of new technologies and trends in industry, which allows him to implement power solutions to meet the most demanding specifications. Haris received his MSc from the University of Sarajevo and has 7 years of experience in power electronics in design and application engineering.