Darnell’s Power Forum 2010 Archive Site (return to current site)

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Darnell's Power Forum (DPF) is an exciting new event that builds on the success of the Digital Power Forum and the nanoPower Forum. There is tremendous synergy possible from discussions broadly focused on power management, energy efficiency, advanced components, energy storage, smart grid innovations and more. DPF is a solutions-oriented event, with a strong emphasis on practical advances in power electronics. In addition to a strong focus on today's "best practices," DPF looks forward toward next-generation solutions and advances. Some of the areas of focus for this important annual event are:

  • Advanced Power Components
  • Digital Power Conversion
  • Digital Power Management
  • Energy Harvesting & Storage
  • High-Efficiency System Architectures
  • High-Frequency Power Conversion
  • High-Temperature Power Conversion
  • Innovation for the Smart Grid
  • Packaging & Cooling
  • Portable Power
  • Supercapacitors & Ultracapacitors
  • Thin-Film Batteries
  • And more

"Darnell Group has always been focused on the leading edge of emerging technologies and advancing power applications. Now, these areas come together in Darnell's Power Forum - building on our previous success by Advancing Power Technologies That Matter," stated Jeff Shepard, president of Darnell Group. "We are excited about the launch of DPF and about the opportunity to bring an international group of power and energy experts to the Chicago area," Shepard concluded.

This focused three-day international forum will serve the needs of an audience of decision makers and technology developers who are interested in learning about and contributing to practical advancements related to the latest powering solutions. DPF will address the interests of a broad audience including:

  • Power converter designers
  • Power system architects
  • Energy harvesting experts
  • Original equipment manufacturers and system designers
  • Smart grid product/system designers
  • Makers of power components
  • Power management and power conversion designers and engineers
  • Applications engineers
  • Power system specifiers
  • Commodity managers
  • Research and development professionals
  • Technical editors and industry analysts


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