Welcome to SCAPE 2024 at Grand Hotel Saltsjöbaden, Stockholm, Sweden!

WBG Power Center and RISE, in collaboration with Yole Group are pleased to announce the international workshop in applications of wide bandgap (WBG) power electronics, SCAPE 2024. The event will cover the latest results and innovations in power electronics applications of wide bandgap materials, such as silicon carbide and gallium nitride.

SCAPE 2024 (previously known as ISiCPEAW and IWBGPEAW) is a three-day event, consisting of two workshop days, May 14 - 15, preceded by one tutorial day, May 13.

From May 13 to 15, international experts will meet in Stockholm to share their expertise, recent developments and visions of electronics applications based on wide bandgap materials. 

Please note: Latest registration date for SCAPE 2024 is 06th of May.

In addition, on the 16th of May, a Power Electronics Day event is organized at the same venue by Smarter Electronic Systems, RISE, KTH and Svensk Elektronik. Read more and register for the Power Electronics Day here. This is a free event.


The workshop takes place Tuesday - Wednesday May 14 - 15. It has the overall aim to promote the use of the latest research and development results, by bringing together the foremost experts from both academia and industry. The focus lies on the use of wide bandgap materials (WBG) technology in power electronics applications, components, modules, packaging, reliability and benchmarking versus silicon power electronics.

The program is defined by WBG experts and reflects the status of WBG from an industry point of view. Specialists from all over the world will present their views on status, ongoing development and the opportunities of applications in the power electronics area. They will also present the latest products and solutions and will be available for detailed technical discussions.


Preceding the two-day workshop, a tutorial will take place on Monday May 13. This year we offer a course on design of SiC Power Converters which will cover the subjects of device characteristics, gate drivers, package technologies, choice of current and voltage ratings, switching frequency and switching speed, low inductive main circuit design, multilevel circuits and cooling options. 

The tutorial will be given on the 13th of May (09:00-16:00) at Teknikringen 76, floor 5, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.

Entrance: Teknikringen 76, floor 5
Room nr: 253Code: V2Floor: 05
Building: V-huset,Campus: KTH Campus
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