Dr. Guanyin Lei
Dr. Guangyin Lei received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Virginia Tech, in 2005 and 2010, respectively. Between 2010-2018, Dr. Lei was with Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, Michigan as a research engineer for the development of traction inverter for electrified vehicle applications. In 2018, he joined NIO, responsible of advanced technologies in e-powertrain. In 2020, Dr. Lei joined Fudan University as a full professor, with research focuses on the development of wide-bandgap semiconductor devices, electronics packaging material as well as advanced power modules. Dr. Lei has over 20 peer-reviewed publications and over 30 US and international patents.
Status and future perspectives of silicon carbide power devices
Ascribed to its’ high-efficiency, high-voltage and high-switching speed capabilities, silicon carbide power device gains its’ popularity in many applications, such as traction inverter for electrified vehicle, ultrafast charging station, DC/DC converter for photovoltaic renewable energy system, etc. Significant progress has been achieved in improving the device capabilities as well as the long-term reliability. In this talk, we will go through some of the key findings in silicon carbide device technology in last few years and explore their possibilities to use in major applications.
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