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Energy Conversion Congress & Expo (ECCE)

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October 01 - October 05, 2017

The Power Electronics Industry Collaborative (PEIC) has organized a panel discussion to present challenges and opportunities facing the industry in identifying the types of workforce development programs needed to ensure that power electronics companies remain competitive in the global market.
PEIC, a national member-based consortium comprised of industry, academic, and government stakeholders in the U.S. power electronics industry, is actively engaging its member organizations and other industry, academic institutions, and government labs to develop workforce development programs specific to power electronics engineers, with the goal of ensuring a qualified pool of engineering talent to drive the next generation of power electronics innovation.
Participants in the 90-minute panel session will include both PEIC members and invited speakers, representing device manufacturers, equipment companies, systems manufacturers, material suppliers, academic institutions, and government research labs, discussing their organizations’ unique perspectives on the ongoing need for workforce development programs in power electronics. More details about the panel participants will be forthcoming prior to the conference.

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