Clemens Müller Dr. Clemens Mueller holds a PhD in electrical engineering from Technical University, Aachen. He started his career as design engineer for automotive microcontrollers @ Motorola in the late 90’s from where he transitioned as technical director to an Israeli/American start-up for functional chip verification. After successful IPO at NASDAQ in 2001 the company was acquired by Cadence Design Systems in 2004, where Dr. Müller was then leading the European field application engineering team. In 2010 he joined Infineon Technologies where he led the system verification of Infineon’s first functional safety qualified AURIX microcontroller generation. As part of an internal job rotation program he transitioned into Infineon’s division ‘Industrial Power Control’ where he was responsible for the business development for industrial automation with focus on industrial robotics. Since beginning of 2020 Dr. Müller is responsible in his current role, Director Application Marketing, for the application marketing of next generation automotive energy management systems: batteries and fuel-cells. Dr. Mueller has a track record of 25 years in semiconductor industry.
Daniel Makus Daniel Makus is global application marketing manager for xEV and EV Charging applications with focus on driving go-to-market activities, new product definitions for electrification infrastructure and In-car xEV applications like On-Board Charger,  DC-DC converter and potential new applications in electrified powertrain.
Pedro Vizaretta Pedro Vizaretta is Head of Product Management and Marketing for Powertrain Microcontrollers at Infineon Technologies AG. He is responsible for product strategy and product management for AURIX™ microcontrollers in the arena of powertrain applications such as engine management, transmission, traction inverter, on-board chargers, DCDC converters, fuel cell and alternative propulsion systems. Pedro holds an Electronic Engineering degree from the University Simon Bolivar, Caracas, Venezuela and European Master of Research on Information and Communication Technologies from the University Politecnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain.

Making E-Mobility Work with Semiconductor Solutions

This webinar will address crucial applications for electric and hybrid cars, such as the main inverter, on-board charger, and battery management system. The experts from Infineon will provide an overview of each application’s topology, look at its design challenges, and introduce best-in-class semiconductor solutions enabling e-mobility applications. At the end of the webinar, Infineon’s experts will be available for a live Q&A session.

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