SMPS - How to achieve maximum energy efficiency

ROHM's solutions to support your SMPS design 

Online seminar Date:

Wednesday, 11th November, 10am CET

Now available on demand


Manufacturers of switched-mode power supplies (SMPS) face stricter specifications, ever shorter cycle times, higher cost pressure and a growing need for differentiation for high performance. On the way towards higher efficiency with peak values in the range of > 95%, the SMPS market for servers and telecommunications for example, has changed dramatically. 

ROHM supports your design to meet the highest requirements in terms of efficiency and power density but also regarding the reduction of the total cost of ownership. 

Different topologies are considered and the corresponding solutions using ROHM power components are presented.

The main topics in this online seminar:

- Overview Basics & Requirements of SMPS Design. 

- Practical instructions  for selecting the right components for the different topologies.

- Presentation of the available support material.

- ROHM Power Lab: Support of your design activities. 

Jochen Hüskens:

Jochen Hüskens has been working in the semiconductor market more than 20 years. Amongst others in charge of ROHM's product marketing division as Senior Product Manager for discrete components (diodes, transistor) and opto devices (Led, sensors, LD), including distribution DACH responsibility for power products (SiC Mosfets & SBDs), IGBT. In recent years worked also as a business development manager for automotive accounts. Current responsible as a Senior Application Marketing Manager for Industrial Applications. 

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Dr. Felipe Filsecker:

Dr. Felipe Filsecker has been working with ROHM since 2016 as an Application Engineer for Power Devices, after collecting significant experience on this topic during his Ph.D. studies at the TU Dresden. Currently, he is focusing on the adoption of IGBTs and SiC MOSFET devices in automotive applications.

Presenting department:

Application Engineer at ROHM Semiconductor GmbH