Thermal Management Expo 2024 Set to Feature Anand Murugaiah in a Panel on Innovating with Thermal Materials

Thermal Management Expo 2024 will host a highly anticipated panel discussion led by expert Anand Murugaiah on May 1st at 10 AM. This session titled Innovating with Thermal Materials in Semiconductors, Microelectronics, and Power Electronics will spotlight the transformative applications of Boron Nitride (BN) in various high-tech fields, particularly electric vehicles and high-speed telecommunications.

Anand Murugaia in a Panel on Innovating with Thermal Materials

Anand Murugaiah will delve into how BN, known for its superior thermal conductivity and excellent electrical insulation, is revolutionizing the field. With its unique properties such as a low dielectric constant and minimal loss, BN plays a crucial role in enhancing signal integrity and efficiency. This is particularly vital in cutting-edge applications like next-gen EV charging and 5G technologies.

The presentation will discuss recent studies that compare BN’s effectiveness in thermal and electrical properties against traditional fillers like spherical alumina. The findings highlight BNs ability to handle higher voltages and reduce signal loss and interference, critical for high-power systems and high-frequency applications.

The session aims to provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of how advanced materials like BN are setting new standards for safety, performance, and longevity in thermal management. Join us at the Thermal Management Expo 2024 to gain invaluable insights into the future of this pivotal industry sector.


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