The week of APEC certainly will be busy – and a lot of fun! Here’s the schedule of what you can be looking forward to from Wurth Electronics.

Over the Weekend

If you are in Anaheim over the weekend, make sure you register for the PSMA Workshops on Saturday, March 16!

PSMA Magnetics Workshop

  • Technical Demo: Correlation of Calculated Power Losses with Temperature Rise Measurements’ by Apurva Ingle - Product Definition Engineer
  • Impact of Near Magnetic Field on Power Train Performance’ by Hebberly Ahatlan - Product Definition Engineer
  • 'Getting the Heat Out' by George Slama - Senior Application & Content Engineer
  • Closing Presentation: 'What is Right with Magnetics' by Alex Gerfer, CEO Würth Elektronik eiSos GmbH

PSMA Capacitor Workshop

This workshop is being run by our very own Pierre Lorhber, Division Manager for Capacitors

  • 'Supercapacitors – Getting a Clear picture of EDLC, Gold, Hybrid and More’ by Rene Kalbitz, Product Manager
  • Technical Demo: '150 W Buck/Boost Converter & Efficiency Comparison MLCC vs. H-Chip Aluminum'
  • 'High Power Converter' by Frank Puhane, Lead Technical Engineer, Capacitors & Resistors

Conference Schedule

Can't make it until Sunday? Don't worry! You can benefit from Wurth Electronics daily! Check out what is happening each day during the conference and make sure you stop and say "hi!"

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Professional Education Seminar

Protect the Ports! Magnetic Design Fundamentals - What They Didn’t' Tell You

by George Slama - Senior Application & Content Engineer

14:30 - 18:00

Seminar – Session 2

Monday, March 18, 2019

Exhibition 17:00-20:00

Stop by booth #421 to get a complementary local, craft beer and see what is new at Wurth Electronics! Take a look at our one-of-a-kind 3D hologram and pick up your iconic Wurth Electronics #madhatter19 hat before they are gone!

Get a first-look at our new Trilogy of Wireless Power and watch a hands-on demonstration of our new 200W Wireless Power Kit.

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Exhibition 12:00-17:00

Feeling the California heat? Come to our booth and pick up a freshly-made smoothie to cool you down! While you're here, pick up a package of gummy bears and an invitation to our famous Wurth Electronics party.

If you appreciate a hands-on approach, make sure you check out our TI-PML Kit. Take part in our interactive demo of the kit with REDEXPERT and ask questions right on the spot.

Exhibitor Session:

Avoid Designing Custom Inductors by using REDEXPERT

by George Slama - Senior Application & Content Engineer

13:30 -14:00

Room: Exhibit Hall Show Floor: Theatre 2

Rap Sessions:

Rap Session 2: Power Supply on Chip (Pwr SOC) vs Power Supply in Package (Pwr SIP) vs Discrete. What is the Future?

Martin Haug - Division Manager - Power Modules

17:00 - 18:30

Ballroom C

Rap Session 3: High Technology Holdup - Is Magnetics Really the Constraint or are Magnetics Waiting for Everything Else to Catch Up

George Slama, Senior Application & Content Engineer

17:00 - 18:30

Ballroom B

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Exhibition 10:00 - 14:00

Need a pick-me-up? Don't worry - we've got you covered! We will be serving made-to-order espressio to help you make it through the day! This is the last tday to pick up a bag of gummy bears and see what is new at Wurth Electronics!

Does USB Type C interest you? We've got something you need to see - Our USB Type C Devleopment Kit with STMicroelectronics. We will have live demonstrations of the kit running throughout the day.

Industry Session:

Session Code: IS08: Will the Real Supercapacitor Please Stand Up?

Stephan Menzel - Head of Product Marketing & Technical Engineering

8:30 - 10:10

Room 210A

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Industry Session:

Session Code: IS18: Magnetics Session

Chaired by George Slama, Senior Application & Content Engineer

Thursday, March 21| 8:30 - 11:25

Room 210A

Session Code: IS23: Filter Attenuation Measurement Method Using Electrical Fast Transient Burst (EFTB)

Jared Quenzer, Applications Engineer, EMC & Power Specialist


Room: 213B

Wurth Electronics is bringing over 70 employees to APEC this year - from sales to engineers to product managers, we have someone to can help to answer any of your questions!

See you in California!

Dear Sir

we want to design a dc to dc converter for automotive application input voltage range 9 to 36 V out put voltage is 12 v and current 2 amp. please suggest.

Hi Santosh,
We will get in contact with you!

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Which type of transfer is most ideal and used to transfer energy? Magnetic Induction, Radio Waves, Electromagnetic Radiation?

Leonardo Freire

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