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IESF: Electronic Thermal Design & Measurement

Learn more about the latest tools and innovations for Automotive Electronic Thermal Design & Measurement at IESF Europe 2014.

Highlights include case studies and solution demonstrations for e.g. general trends about the thermal management of LEDs as well a Laser based lights in automotive, modern Infotainment Systems and Power Electronic for EV and HEV.
Topics covered include presentations by leading automotive experts showing new trends and challenges in the industry. Mentor Graphics will unveil the latest technologies around thermal Simulation and characterization related to the robust design of electronic components as well as complete systems which help to increase the productivity and product quality during the entire automotive Electric/Electronic process.

Featured Electronics Thermal Design and Measurement Events

Power Electronic in Automotive Thursday, October 23, 1:20 PM

Technical Session

The New Power Tester Thursday, October 23, 3:50 PM

Technical Session

F = Full registration required

Technical Session
  • Feel the Heat in the Automotive Industry: Thermal Simulation as an integral part of the Design Process!
  • Laser Headlamps: Latest Developments and Future Prospect
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    TECHNICAL SESSION As LEDs are gradually setting standards in automotive head-lighting, we already have seen examples of laser headlamps touted as the future of high end automotive lighting. A diode laser pumped remote phosphor based white light source can much better than LEDs in terms of luminance and design flexibility. Diode lasers need smaller optics and hence, can offer sleek and unprecedented design possibilities.
    However, the 445 nm commercial blue laser diodes have a limited external quantum efficiency in the range of roughly 30% and heat management is a crucial issue for stable performance and durability.
    Also, the remote phosphor module is a very important component of the so called laser headlamp and the selection of the phosphor depends on its optical and thermal properties. This talk will focus on some latest developments and highlight the potential and challenges of laser headlamp technology.

  • Power Electronic in Automotive
  • The New Power Tester
  • Thermal Management Simulation for "automotive lighting systems"