Why SiC, GaN & Si technologies will coexist in next ePowertrain generation platforms
Sponsored by: Rohm
- Epowertrain Generation Platforms
Date: 25 June
Time: 11AM-12PM Germany
How new consumers’ driving experiences and cooperation schemes will bring wide-bandgap technologies into these platforms.
In recent years, the automotive market is facing fundamental transformations with its migration to cleaner e-motorizations. The situation has not a repercussion only on car design and production also to the complete chain of supply down to Semiconductor Companies as ROHM. It has as well an impact in the automotive value chain where classical players have to fight for their market share, and newcomers are looking for new opportunities.
In this situation, for a semiconductor company focusing on advanced technology like wide-bandgap (SiC, GaN), it is essential to assess the next e-driving experience requirements. We will explain to you during this webinar, the interactions of such requirements down to the semiconductor technologies choice for each function of ePowertrain, through OEM platform strategies, ePowertrain platform design, and critical functions requirements. We will show you which wide-bandgap technology we see for the next platforms for each function and why.
We will as well explain to you why new cooperation schemes are necessary to enable the next generation of ePowertrain platform by leveraging each expertise at the right level. It is essential to identify the right cooperation patterns to optimize the final technical solution at the lower costs for the end-user.
BDM Car OEMs
Simon Oudin graduated in 2006 at Institute National polytechnic of Grenoble as an engineering specialist in image processing. After focusing on Video compression technology for 6 years supporting the new H.265 specification inside Fraunhofer HHI, he brought his expertise toward the automotive Semiconductor area in 2012. He started as ADAS Technical marketing by Renesas defining the future of parking assistant system based on dedicated SoC. In 2019, he joined ROHM as Business development manager for Car OEMs, focusing on the next ePowertrain generation definition and how ROHM can contribute to it.
Director ATSC - Power Systems
Aly Mashaly finished his Bachelor in the year 2000 in electrical engineering at the University of Ain Shams, Egypt. He worked as a consultant in the field of Power electronics for different industrial companies and factories in Egypt from 2000 – 2002. From 2003 - 2005, he Studied Master of Science of electrical engineering at the University of Hanover and worked as an academic staff at the University of Hanover between 2005 – 2007 in the institute for Drive Systems and Power Electronics. From 2007 – 2011, he worked as R&D Engineer Power electronics in the field of avionics at Liebherr Elektronik GmbH. From 2011- 2015, he got promoted to R&D Manager of eMobility for commercial vehicles, KEB GmbH, Germany. He is now Director Power systems at ROHM Semiconductor GmbH from 2015. Aly Mashaly is a holder of many Patents in the field of Power Electronics and Mechatronics and the Author of more than 40 technical articles and papers.
Key Learning Objectives
- Discover SiC, GaN & Si technologies’ role in the new e-driving requirements
- Understand the link between electric car buyers’ expectations and OEMs platform strategies on ePowertrain design
- Learn how ROHM Semiconductor can support you
- Latest cooperation schemes in the supply chain for ePowertrain designs
- Mid Management
- Heads of Research and Development
- Strategy Planning