In the US, universities play three major roles for the power electronics industry: attracting engineers to the field, training students to become productive members of the workforce, and developing new technology.
Dear members, friends and stakeholders of PEIC, It is my pleasure to share a few thoughts and PEIC updates: On behalf of PEIC I would like to thank the founding president, Mark Bellinger of Infineon, … →
A Letter From Outgoing President, Mark Bellinger Dear PEIC members and stakeholders: As you may know, I will be transitioning out of my role as PEIC President in the coming weeks. At this time I … →
PEIC awarded $500,000 National Institute of Standards and Technology grant for Advanced Manufacturing Technology Consortia Program [divider] Grand Ledge, Mich., May 12, 2014 –PEIC has been awarded a $500,000, two-year grant from the National Institute of Standards and … →
PEIC has formally added three members to the Board of Directors. J. Fred Buether of Dow Corning Electronics, John Hryn of Argonne National Laboratory, and Julian Styles of GaN Systems, add capacity to advance organizational … →