For electrical devices like CPUs, smartphones or power electronics to function reliably it is highly important to avoid overheating. Large temperature deviations from nominal operation not only impact performance, they also constitute a risk from a lifetime perspective.
DANSIS invites you to a seminar on Cooling of Electronics. The focus of this seminar will be on providing attendees with a general introduction to cooling of electronics and its impact on reliability, but also give examples from academia and industry where various cooling and optimization strategies have been investigated or employed
7 October 2020
Online due to COVID-19 restrictions
Zoom will be used as platform. Link will be send out the day before the seminar.
|Jakob Hærvig, Aalborg University, Denmark|
|14.10||From reliability requirements to thermal analysis of power electronics systems|
|Anders Christian Olesen, Vestas, Denmark|
|14.35||Topology optimisation of electronics cooling|
|Joe Alexandersen, Southern Danish University, Denmark (Presentation) (Video)|
|15.10||Liquid cooling of high-power power modules for wind turbine and automotive applications|
|Klaus Olesen, Danfoss, Denmark (Presentation)|
|15.35||DANSIS Graduate Award|
|Knud Erik Meyer, DANSIS chairman & DTU, Denmark|
DANSIS members can participate in the seminar free of charge. The same goes for students if they sign up with their student email. Non-members are also invited to participate at a fee of 400 DKK.
Please register for the seminar no later than Monday 5th of October.