On-demand Webinar: SiC MOSFETs for Power Conversion

Discover how silicon carbide MOSFETs enable unprecedented efficiency and thermal performance in bridgeless PFCs and DC-DC converters

 
Watch the one-hour on-demand webinar to learn the basics of silicon carbide (SiC) MOSFET technology and how it is transforming performance in switched-mode power supplies.

 

The on-demand webinar will cover:

  • The fundamentals of silicon carbide as a wide bandgap semiconductor
  • An introduction to PFC followed by a deep dive into bridgeless PFC topologies
  • Application examples and ST reference designs available for Vienna rectifier, totem-pole PFC, and bi-directional DC-DC power stages
  • The resources in our development ecosystem to help engineers design with SiC MOSFETs
 

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Speaker

Jeffrey Fedison is a Senior Applications Engineer at STMicroelectronics specializing in discrete power products including silicon carbide power transistors. He holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and has co-authored more than 20 articles in technical journals and conference proceedings. With 8 U.S. patents, he has been involved in either power semiconductor device development or power circuit applications for the duration of his professional career.