Oscilloscope Days 2024

Oscilloscope Days 2024

17 - 18 April 2024 | Virtual Event

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April 17 - April 18 2024

9.30 am - 12.30 pm

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English

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Speakers: Würth Elektronik, PE Systems and Rohde & Schwarz

Become an expert oscilloscope user!

Learn from application oriented presentations - based on day to day testing challenges

Are you an electronic engineer facing challenges while trying to achieve your testing goals?

Join us for a two-day event where experts from Rohde & Schwarz and our partners will provide the latest updates on fundamentals and test features using the neXt-generation Oscilloscope. Our online sessions will cover applications and details discussions in the area of power electronics, EMC, as well as Signal and Power Integrity.

Don't miss the opportunity to interact with our experts during live Q&A sessions.

Register now for April 17 & 18, 2024 and choose the sessions that interest you the most.

We can't wait to meet you online!

Day 1 - Wednesday, 17.04.2024

Time (CET)TitleDescriptionPresenter
09:30 - 9:45 Welcome &  introduction
Rohde & Schwarz
09:45 - 10:15 Opening keynote
Application-Oriented Power Cycling of Wide Bandgap Power Semiconductor Devices. Pr. Kallfass from University of Stuttgart
10:15 - 11:05 Part 1: Test and Setup design challenges
  • Session a: Measurements of Currents and High voltages
  • Session b: Loop compensation - Buck Converter Design and Measurements
More and more applications become electrified and automated. Thus power consumption and efficiency become more important than in the past to reduce overall power consumption to a real minimum. This results in the need to efficient testing and adding counter measures like filters in the design. In this presentation we will give an overview what to keep in mind when designing your test bench and DUT especially for testing faster switching semiconductors made of SiC and GaN. Nicholas Le Bas from Rohde & Schwarz

Robert Schillinger & Mohamed Al-Alami from Würth Elektronik
11:05 - 11:15 Question & Answer
11:05 - 11:30 Break
11:30 - 12:20 Part 2: How to ensure EMC
  • Session a: Spectrum analysis using oscilloscopes
  • Session b: Design for EMC - Boost converster Design and Measurements
With an increasing integration density the interaction between different building blocks of any electrical system becomes a more crucial task to be investigated. This presentation will give you an overview on how to select and verify appropriate filter components as well as how to efficiently hunt down root causes of intra- and inter-system EMC at your bench. Sofia Perez-Simbor from Rohde & Schwarz

Robert Schillinger & Mohamed Al-Alami from Würth Elektronik
12:20 - 12:30 Question & Answer
12:30 Wrap-up Rohde & Schwarz

Day 2 - Thursday, 18.04.2024

Time (CET)TitleDescriptionPresenter
09:30 - 09:45 Welcome &  introduction Rohde & Schwarz

09:45 - 10:45 Part 3: Verification of System Parameters
  • Session a: Test automation in Power electronics
  • Session b: Measurement fundamentals on SMPS
When doing investigations on power converters besides the already well-known debugging as well as EMC topics also the need for in-situ characterization and qualification of components increased significantly. Thus this presentation will show you how Test automation in combination with enhanced analysis tools and selection of the right current and voltage probes will help to do this job more efficient and reliable. Jens Schweickhardt from PE-Systems

Alexander Küllmer from Rohde & Schwarz
10:45 - 11.00 Question and Answer
11:00 - 11:15 Break
11:15 - 12:15 Part 4: Signal Integrity debugging
  • Session a: How to debug SI with PI?
  • Session b: The Gigabit Ethernet Interface under EMC Aspects
Smart devices are becoming more and more popular and so there is a higher need to integrate several communication interfaces and CPU’s or SoC’s that are capable of handling and processing the large amount of data generated. Thus filtering on interconnects like e.g. Ethernet and also Signal Integrity debugging on interfaces like PCIe, USB become more and more important. In this presentation an overview on the interaction of Power and Signal Integrity as well as the interaction of filtering on data lanes will be given. Pasi Suhonen from Rohde & Schwarz

Adrian Stirn from Würth Elektronik
12:15 - 12:30 Question & Answer
12:30 Wrap-up Rohde & Schwarz

Win your own oscilloscope!

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This time, Rohde & Schwarz and its partners give you the opportunity to take part to a contest during Oscilloscope Days and win one of the below prizes:

  • 1st prize: Oscilloscope R&S®RTB2000
  • 2nd prize: Two Training sessions for 1 person with the Rohde & Schwarz training Academy
  • 3rd prize: Würth Elektronik package

How to participate?

  • Register for both days and attend each session
  • Answer correctly all questions and take part to the lucky draw

Take your chance!

Our presenters

Nicolas LeBas

Nicholas Le Bas

Product manager/Application engineer Oscilloscopes at Rohde & Schwarz UK

Nick studied Electronic Engineering at Bangor University, graduating in 2018. Started as an EMC Test Engineer for 4 years in consumer technology compliance, doing emission and immunity testing. Later specializing in RSE testing in the newest radio technologies.

Joining Rohde & Schwarz in 2022 now specializing in Oscilloscopes as a Product manager/Application engineer, where he uses his knowledge of test and measurement to support engineers across the UK, Ireland and Benelux.

Sofia Perez-Simbor

Sofia Perez-Simbor

Application Engineer at Rohde & Schwarz Benelux

Sofia completed her MSc in Telecommunications engineer specializing in mobile communications and her PhD in Technologies for Health and Well-being at the Polytechnic University of Valencia.

She started in the Internet of Things industry and after three years she decided to change to the test and measurement field. She is working at Rohde and Schwarz since more than a year as an Application Engineer in the Benelux area. Her main focus of work includes the support for sales in oscilloscopes and vector network analyzers.

Pasi Suhonen

Pasi Suhonen

Application Engineer at Rohde & Schwarz

Pasi Suhonen has a B.Eng and M.Eng from Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, both in telecommunication engineering and health technology.

His experience in the test and measurement industry includes applications and sales support in Nordic and Baltic region, and he has specialized in applications using oscilloscopes.

Alexander Küllmer

Alexander Küllmer

Application Engineer at Rohde & Schwarz

Alexander Küllmer studied electrical engineering and communication technologies and holds a PhD in electrical engineering. During his study and PhD he focused in the area of inter and intra system EMC in various applications and industries. Since 2016 he works as Field Application Engineer on digital debugging tools and power electronics testing, delivers pre- and post-sales support as well as application engineering services to customers across Europe. Since 2022 he is heading the European Application engineering team on Digital Design and (Power) Electronics testing.

Jens Schweickardt

Jens Schweickardt

Engineer for Power Electronics at PE-Systems

Jens Schweickhardt studied electrical engineering with a focus on electrical power engineering in Darmstadt, Germany. Afterwards, worked in the field of particle accelerator technology in a joint project between the Facility of Heavy Ion Research (GSI) and the TU Darmstadt Institute for Particle Acceleration and Electromagnetic Fields (TEMF) for several years. Here, he focused on the development of pulsed broadband cavity systems and received his PhD in 2021.

Since 2021, he is working for PE-Systems, where he is responsible for the development of measurement systems for the characterization of power electronic components.

Robert Schillinger

Robert Schillinger

Field Application Engineer at Würth Electronik

Robert comes from a controls and development background. He worked in the automation industry for 14 years designing controls and field bus systems. There are a lot of experience with FPGA technologies and Real Time Ethernet systems. He was also responsible for selecting long-term components and devices for these industrial projects. Since 2014, he is a part of WE and responsible for the South of Bavaria to support sales and customers in EMC, Power and Communication.

Mohamed Al-Alami

Mohamed Al-Alami

Senior Field Applications Engineer at Würth Electronik

Mohamed comes from a power supply design and development background. He worked in the Aerospace Industry for 10 years designing power supplies on various civilian and military projects. In addition, he was responsible for EMC testing, filter design and compliance. In the past 6 years before joining Wurth Electronics, he taught a variety of subjects at University towards a BTEC degree in electronics engineering. He joined Wurth in April 2015 as a Field Applications Engineer responsible for the South of the England, Wales and Ireland.

Adrian Stirn

Adrian Stirn

Technical Lead EMC Laboratory at Würth Electronik

Adrian Stirn studied electrical engineering at Heilbronn University of applied sciences and then set up the company's in-house EMC laboratory at Würth Elektronik's headquarters in Waldenburg. Since 2016, he has been supporting customers in the troubleshooting of EMC problems during development and is responsible for Würth Elektronik's EMC laboratories in Waldenburg and Munich. He also focuses on product conformity in the European Economic Area and the protection of ESD-sensitive components.

Prof. Ingmar Kallfass

Prof. Ingmar Kallfass

Director of the Institute of Robust Power Semiconductor Systems at the University of Stuttgart

Ingmar Kallfass received the Dipl.-Ing. degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Stuttgart in 2000, and the Dr.-Ing. degree from University of Ulm in 2005 on the topic of nonlinear modelling of dispersive heterostructure field effect transistors and their MMIC applications. In 2001, he worked as a visiting researcher at the National University of Ireland, Dublin. In 2002, he joined the department of Electron Devices and Circuits of University of Ulm as a teaching and research assistant. In 2005, he joined the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid-State Physics. From 2009 to 2012, he was a professor at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. Since 2013, he holds the chair for Robust Power Semiconductor Systems at the University of Stuttgart, where his major fields of research are compound semiconductor-based circuits and systems for power and microwave electronics.

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