Date: Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET
Hosted By: Jianchun Xu and Sinjin Dixon-Warren
The power semiconductor market is estimated to reach $32B USD by the end of 2025. Fueled by increasing global demand for more connected devices that do not have to be charged as often, the semiconductor industry is developing new power process technologies using Silicon Carbide (SiC) and Gallium Nitride (GaN) that are smaller and more efficient, with lower losses and higher breakdown voltage.
At TechInsights we proactively explore consumer electronics to find innovative and disruptive power semiconductor events, and we want to share some of our findings on recent SiC and GaN devices we have analyzed. This webinar provides a full report examination discussing the power technology market and will cover relevant information including:
- Market overview – key players and their areas of focus
- GaN and SiC ecosystem – where are these devices found, and what are they used for
- Design wins – which companies are earning what design wins
- Recent device analysis – what TechInsights has analyzed so far in GaN and SiC devices
September 10, 2019
2:00 pm EDT
Duration 1 Hour
About The Hosts
Experts who will be conducting this webinar
Commercial Product Manager
Jianchun Xu is the Commercial Product Manager at TechInsights and is responsible for power and memory products. He has in-depth involvement in R&D, power electronics design, power semiconductor devices (GaN/SiC/Si) and is a licensed professional engineer of Ontario (P.Eng.) and Project Management Professional (PMP certified). Jianchun has lived and worked both in the Canada and Asia, holds two master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering from University of Ottawa and NUAA and has published dozens of peer reviewed journal and conference papers.
Senior Process Analyst
Sinjin Dixon-Warren is a Senior Process Analyst at TechInsights with over 20 years of experience with semiconductor analysis and is a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Power Electronics Analysis. He holds a PhD in chemical physics from the University of Toronto; some of his specialties include semiconductor physics and devices, materials science and surface analytical chemistry.