Sponsors, supporters and media partners

Bronze sponsor

OPAL RT

Real-time simulation is enabling the world’s visionaries to make innovative ideas a reality.  OPAL-RT empowers engineers and researchers with accessible, cutting-edge, real-time simulation technology to accelerate the development of better products and more reliable energy transmission.

Since 1997, industries including automotive, aerospace, power electronics and power generation have increasingly turned to OPAL-RT, transforming the company into a world leader in real-time simulation and Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) testing equipment for electrical, electro-mechanical and power electronics systems.

Supporters and media partners

Bodo's Power Systems

Launched in June 2006, Bodo's Power Systems magazine serves the power electronics markets worldwide for systems design engineers. Today our printed magazine reaches a highly specialized audience of 22.000 readers 12 times a year.

Over 18.000 registered web users follow us online and read our bi-weekly newsletters. Using our strength and global understanding of the power electronics market, Bodo's Power Systems is the publication focused exclusively on the technical needs of power electronics engineers.

E&T

E&T is the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) award-winning magazine brand. It covers multi-disciplinary multi-sector aspects with exclusive news, features, and analysis.

Sent in print to 146,500 IET members the magazine also provides articles and up-to-the-minute news online, a daily email newsletter which is delivered to 70,000 people, white papers and webinars available to everyone covering both thought opinion style and niche technical topics.

E&T Jobs has a vibrant recruitment board and the E&T Innovation Awards celebrates our pioneers.

ECPE - European Center for Power Electronics

ECPE European Center for Power Electronics e.V., founded in 2003 is the leading industry-driven Research Network in the field of Power Electronics in Europe with about 200 member organisations, comprising Member companies and Competence Centres.

As a European technology and innovation platform, ECPE is driving precompetitive joint research and set up research & technology roadmaps for a strategic research agenda with future research directions according to the demands of European power electronics industry.

UK Centre for Power Electronics

The UK Centre for Power Electronics provides a forum for the UK Power Electronics, Machines and Drives (PEMD) community to share research findings, facilitate knowledge transfer, industrial collaboration and train the next generation of engineers.

The Centre’s work has included the following elements:

  • Underpinning power electronics research
  • Project funding
  • Support networks for postgraduates and researchers
  • Building the power electronics community in the UK
  • Strengthening international links and collaborations
  • Knowledge exchange
  • Policy influence
  • Public engagement activities