Recent GaN Innovation

Moving from Consumer to Data Center and Automotive

In this webinar, Dr. Stephen Russell delves into the innovations found within recently released GaN devices for both low-voltage (< 600 V) devices aimed at data centers and high voltage (>650 V) devices looking to enter the light industrial and even automotive markets.

Gallium Nitride (GaN) is rapidly succeeding in replacing silicon (Si) based power devices in the consumer market. GaN entered the USB-C charger market towards the end of the last decade with third-party vendors offering high-performance accessories for laptops and mobile phones. Over the past year, we have seen a shift in market acceptance, with major first-tier vendors such as Apple and Samsung now including GaN in their chargers.

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About the Speaker

Dr. Stephen Russell

Dr. Stephen Russell has over 15 years of experience in wide bandgap (WBG) device fabrication and characterization. He received his Ph.D. in Electronic Engineering in 2013 from the University of Glasgow with a thesis entitled 'High-Performance Hydrogen-Terminated Diamond Field Effect Transistors' and demonstrated what was at the time the highest frequency diamond transistor reported.

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