Devin Pellicone Devin Pellicone is the Manager of the Product Development group at Advanced Cooling Technologies in Lancaster, PA. He has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Temple University and an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Villanova University. He has over 10 years of experience designing and building both passive and active two-phase cooling systems for a wide range of applications. Specifically, he has led two-phase cooling programs ranging in power from 100 Watts to 100 kW for industries like high performance computing and power electronics cooling. Devin has 2 patents pending that are related to two-phase cooling products and he has authored or co-authored numerous conference and journal papers on the topic.
Bryan Muzyka Bryan Muzyka is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Penn State University and a MBA & Engineering from Lehigh University. He has 10+ years of experience in both engineering and business development capacities where he has worked closely with customers to tackle some of the most challenging thermal management problems in defense, space, and industrial sectors.

Mastering Heat Dissipation: Sustainable Strategies in Thermal Management for Power Electronics

In partnership with Advanced Cooling Technologies

In many power electronics systems, the thermal management system (TMS) is a sizeable space claim and financial investment. Optimization of these systems, taking into account not only initial implementation, but the long term levelized cost of operation, is paramount to develop a solution that meets the thermal requirements and can be a fixture in your systems for years to come. Dielectric solutions with intrinsic safety measures, coupled with high heat flux capabilities associated with two-phase heat transfer are becoming a suitable technology for many rugged industrial and military applications. In this webinar, we'll investigate ways to push the envelope on passive cooling solutions and low-energy consuming active solutions, both of which will drive down energy and operational costs of your power electronics' TMS. Loop Thermosyphons, Pumped Two-Phase, Thermal Storage and hybrid solutions will be covered, along with real-world application case studies. Please join us to enhance your Thermal Solution options for future designs and equip you and your team for higher performing and lower energy consuming solutions.

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