APEC 2024 Professional Education Seminars Announced

08-02-2024 | By Jack Pollard

The annual Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC 2024) announces this year’s slate of Professional Education Seminars. APEC is the leading conference for power electronics professionals with a firm focus on the practical and applied aspects of the industry. APEC has something of interest for anyone involved in power electronics and attendees span all facets of the power electronics industry, including design, manufacturing, and technical and product marketing of power electronics equipment. 

These seminars are divided into six tracks, each comprising three sessions. Session One and Session Two are scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 25th, and Session Three for Monday morning, Feb. 26th. Detailed speaker, time and location information about each session can be found on the APEC website on the Professional Education Seminars page

Seminar Tracks and Scheduled Session Topics


Advanced Power Electronics for Smart Battery Testing, Analysis, and Digital Twin-based Battery Management Systems

DC Fault Protection: Current Status, Fundamental Challenges, and Future Outlook

Solid State Transformer: Topologies, Use Cases, Design Considerations, and Challenges

EMI and Magnetics

Modern Magnetic Technologies for Very High Efficiency and Power Density

EMC Workshop for Power Supply Designers

EMI/EMC Debugging with Oscilloscopes


Optimal LLC Converter Design: From First Harmonic Approximation through Design Oriented Analysis

Three-Level Neutral-Point-Clamped Converters When Two Levels are Not Enough

PV Inverter Design – Topologies, Control and System Considerations

High Power Density

Compact Control Loops for Switched-Inductor DC-DC Power Supplies

Direct to Chip (DtC) DC-DC Converters for AI Chips

Technologies for Achieving Ultra-High Efficiency and Ultra-High Power Density DC-DC Power Converters


Power Electronics Technologies for Data Center Energy Saving and Decarbonization

The Complete Guide to PCB Layout for HV GaN Power Stages

High-Power GaN Devices and Applications


Advanced Power-Electronics Control for Practicing Engineers

State Space Based Control as an Alternative to Conventional Loop Design

Practical Implementation of Mixed-Signal Controllers for Conventional and Emerging High-Frequency


Professional Education Seminars are included in “Full Registration” or can be attended via “Professional Education Seminars Only” registration. Discounts are available to IEEE and PSMA Members. To register, please go to: https://apec-conf.org/registration.

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By Jack Pollard

Jack has spent over a decade in media within the electronics industry and is extremely passionate about working with companies to create interesting and educational content, from podcasts and video to written articles for engineers and buyers.