How to Achieve Automotive EMC Certification Success at the First Pass Webinar
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Automotive systems are becoming more complex with each new technical development that is added to them. This increases the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) challenges for the automotive platform. Passing EMC requirements is critical for keeping projects on schedule and on budget.
Learn how to use simulation for the following:
- Parasitics extraction for:
- Power modules
- IGBT circuit modeling
- EMI filtering solutions
- Conducted emissions
- Radiated Emissions
Lead Application Engineer, Ansys
Flavio Calvano graduated in Electronic Engineering from the University of Naples “Frederico II” with summa cum laude in 2007 and went on to obtain a PhD in Computational Electromagnetism in 2010. He is the author and co-author of numerous articles on electromagnetic simulation, applied to both low and high frequencies. Since 2011 he has held the position of Application Engineer at Ansys Italia working on issues regarding Signal / Power Integrity and Electromagnetic Compatibility.
Principal Scientist I, EMA®
Karen Burnham is a Principal Scientist I at Electro Magnetic Applications, Inc. (EMA®) in Denver, CO. She is an iNARTE certified EMC engineer with experience in both the aerospace/defense and automotive industries. At NASA JSC she worked on the Orion spacecraft and pyrotechnic systems. She was able to work on the Dream Chaser spacecraft and the F-35 fighter jet. She spent several years working at Ford Motor Company on traditional vehicles like the Ford Edge, Lincoln Continental, and on their newest line of electric hybrid vehicles such as the Ford Explorer and Lincoln Aviator. She sits on several international standards committees and was recently elected to the IEEE EMC society Board of Directors.