The future of power semiconductor electronics will be characterized by higher efficiency, increased integration, and broader adoption of wide bandgap materials. These advancements will lead to more sustainable, reliable, and intelligent power systems, shaping various industries and contributing to a greener and more connected world.
To realize the full potential of SiC and GaN devices, accurate measurements during switching operations are needed to optimize efficiency and reliability. Testing procedures for SiC and GaN semiconductor devices must account for the higher operating frequencies and voltage levels of these devices.
Join the Tektronix Power Semicon Seminar to learn:
Learn and bring back the latest techniques and solution back to your power semiconductor projects and start engineering the future.
For more details, download the event flyer here!
Admission is FREE*, but seats are limited. Reserve your spot today!
*Registration is FREE for qualified professionals and subject to seats availability.
Lunch will be provided.
Event Venue: NTU@one-north [Near Buona Vista MRT]
11 Slim Barracks Rise
As our Regional Applications Engineer, Sharon helps fellow engineers accelerate project progress in multiple applications from high speed communication to general purpose electronics test.
Prior to Tektronix, Sharon was an application engineer with Keysight providing technical support for various test tools, ranging from oscilloscopes to AWG and BERT.
She received her Master's Degree in Engineering from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) and Bachelor's Degree from Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM).
As our Regional Applications Engineer, Stephen helps fellow engineers accelerate project progress in multiple applications in power electronics, semiconductor characterization and material engineering.
Prior to Tektronix, Stephen was an applications engineer with National Instruments specialising in data acquisition and test automation. He collaborates closely with sales and marketing ensuring customer success.
Stephen received his Bachelor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.