Webinar: Optimize electric drivetrain efficiency using power analyzers and oscilloscopes
Power efficiency has a critical influence on an electrical vehicle's range, weight and performance. Therefore, optimizing electric drivetrain efficiency is very important for the automotive industry to realize its vision for EVs to become accepted in the mass-market. Developers must minimize switching losses and with proper design of inverter/converter electronics as well as verify the stability under different loads and environmental conditions.
In this webinar, you will learn more about:
- Characterizing electric drivetrain power efficiency
- Debugging losses and inefficiencies of components
- The advantages of oscilloscopes and power analyzers
- A practical demonstration
Date: October 4th, 2023
Time: 1st session at 10:00 am CEST / 2nd session at 6:00 pm CEST
Duration: 1 hour
Dr. Gabriel Rojas, Application Engineer Power Electronics Rohde & Schwarz
Gabriel Rojas works as an application engineer at Rohde & Schwarz with focus on power electronics. His previous experience includes academic roles where Gabriel focused on research related to the modeling of power electronics devices, and has published numerous papers on this topic in international journals. He holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya.
Ralf Oestreicher, Automotive Market Segment Manager Rohde & Schwarz
Ralf Oestreicher is an Automotive Market Segment Manager at Rohde & Schwarz where he is focussed on bringing together product strategy, business development and marketing to ensure the company’s e-Mobility test solutions meet customer requirements. Prior to joining R&S, Ralf was Global Key Account Manager at Isabellenhuette Heusler gaining in-depth knowledge of electric vehicle testing.
Florian Schmolt, Customer Solutions Developer ZES ZIMMER Electronic Systems
Florian Schmolt is a Customer Solutions Developer at high-precision power analysis specialist ZES ZIMMER Electronic Systems. Florian supports customers around the world find the optimum solution to their specific electrical power analysis challenges. Florian has a Bachelor of Engineering Degree from Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences.