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On-demand webcast: Electric vehicles charging with Silicon Carbide (SiC) MOSFET

With electric vehicles (EVs), now viable alternatives to traditional internal combustion engine vehicles in some markets, the demand for high-power charging stations is growing.

Charging EVs on a large scale needs widespread availability of charging infrastructure so that drivers can quickly charge their vehicles creating challenges for fast High-Power-Chargers. Being mounted in limited space, efficiency of the device becomes a major issue.

Register and find out how Infineon MOSFETs based on Silicon Carbide (SiC) combined with EBV Elektronik support help you to overcome those challenges.

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  • Martin Schulz, Principal, Application Engineering is with Infineon Technologies since 2005. In 2011 he joined the application engineering group. His responsibilities are in the area of industrial battery chargers and electrified commercial and agricultural vehicles (CAV). Furthermore, thermal management is his field of expertise. Martin Schulz holds a Dr.-degree in electrical engineering, gained at the University of Siegen at the Department of Power Electronics and Electrical Drives. He is a Senior IEEE-Member.

  • Karl Lehnhoff joined EBV Elektronik in 2008 as a Regional Account Manager. Since 2011 he is a director for Renewable Energies, today called Smart Grid. Previously he held multiple different roles in R&D, engineering and field sales. He graduated with a Master’s degree in electronics from Fachhochschule in Dortmund.