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SCAPE 2022

SCAPE 2022

Welcome to SCAPE 2022! On 16-17 May 2022, we invite you to an international workshop on applications in power electronics of wide bandgap technology (WBG) and components, SCAPE. Organisers are RISE, WBG Power Center, Yole Développement and the Swedish Energy Agency.
The day before on May 15, we invite you to a tutorial.


SCAPE 2022 (also known as ISiCPEAW and IWBGPEAW) is a three days event consisting of two workshop days preceded by one tutorial day. The event provides opportunity to meet international experts and discuss the latest developments and innovations in power electronics applications of wide bandgap (WBG) technologies.


Two day workshop, the 16-17 May 2022, has focus on the latest developments in wide bandgap (WBG) devices, power modules, packaging technologies, power electronics applications of SiC and GaN devices, and power modules. You can participate on-site or on-line.

The program is continuosly updated. Last updated 01 May 2022.

Download the last updated SCAPE 2022 tutorial and workshop program (eng)

Learn more about speakers at SCAPE 2022


One day prior to the workshop, the 15 Maj 2022, you are welcome to participate in a tutorial. Tutorial takes place on-line.

Download the last updated SCAPE 2022 tutorial and workshop program (eng)

Presentation of speakers at tutorial and workshop can also be found at the bottom of this page. 


Registration is done using links to Meetx registration page.



Workshop (on-site) & tutorial  (SEK 4500 exkl. VAT 25%)

Workshop (on-line) & tutorial  (SEK 2500 exkl. VAT 25%)

Workshop & tutorial student  (on-site) (SEK 2250 exkl. VAT 25%)

Workshop & tutorial student  (on-line) (SEK 1250 exkl. VAT 25%)

Only tutorial (on-line) (SEK 500 exkl. VAT 25%)

Note: registration on-site includes food and refreshments during the workshop.


Workshop: Royal Park Hotel STHLM, Frösundaviks Allé 15, Solna.

Tutorial: on-line by Teams.

How to get there

Arriving at Arlanda airport: most convenient is to take a taxi, we recommend to select Taxi Stockholm and ask for fixed price (about 650 SEK from Arlanda to Frösundaviks Allé 15, it should take about 30 min).

Or by bus + walk, board Airport Coaches bound for City Terminal and get off at Frösunda busstop (about 120 SEK and 34 min drive). The Hotel is about 15 min walk away.  

From city center: take local train from Stockholm Central in direction of Upplands Väsby. Get off at Solna Station. Change to bus 176 get off at Frösunda and walk to the hotel (700 m) or change again to bus 57 in direction Frösunda Strand and get off at Frösunda Strand bus stop. From here there is about 60 m to the hotel. Total travel time is about 30 minutes.

Or take a direct bus 57 from Sergels torg to Frösundavik (final destination). Total travel time is about 23 minutes.

For more information visit SL website


We recommend to stay at Royal Park Hotel STHLM where the workshop takes place. A number of rooms are reserved (May 15 - 17) at a reduced price.

Please make your reservation by email at or call +46 8 624 55 20. State booking code 48454 when mailing or calling.

Please note: We strongly recommend to book a room well in advance. It can be hard to find free rooms in Stockholm during this time. The number of reserved rooms will also gradually decrease as the event approaches.


WBG (SiC) Power Center

Founded in 2012 by Acreo Swedish ICT (now RISE), Swerea KIMAB (now Swerim) and the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), SiC Power Center is a platform for cooperation between industry, research institutes and academia within the whole value chain from material to systems. Leading industrial companies within automotive, energy systems and power electronics in Sweden are members of the Center. WBG Power Center is a non-profit association hosted by RISE and established 2017 as a continuation of SiC Power Center. WBG Power Center has today 21 members.

Members of the Center include: Alstom, Andritz, II-VI (Ascatron), CEVT, Comheat, EK Power Solutions, Eskilstuna ElektronikPartner, Inmotion, Micropower, Onsemi, Powerbox International, Scania, Solutions for tomorrow, Volvo Car, Volvo GTT, KTH, Linnaeus University, Mid Sweden University, NTNU, Swerim and RISE.

The center has ambitions; (a) to explore the potential of WBG electronics for future applications, increased competitiveness and sustainable development by joining resources, competences and knowledge, (b) to promote the introduction of WBG power electronics in products and applications where high energy efficiency, compactness and higher operation temperature provide significant system advantages and (c) to inspire and involve others.

Yole Développement

Yole Développement (Yole) has grown to become a group of companies providing marketing, technology and strategy consulting, corporate finance services, reverse engineering and costing services and well as IP and patent analysis. With a strong focus on emerging applications using silicon and/or micro manufacturing, Yole Group of Companies has expanded to include more than 80 collaborators worldwide covering MEMS and image sensors, Compound Semiconductors, RF Electronics, Solid-state lighting, Displays, Computing & Software, Optoelectronics, Microfluidics & Medical, Advanced Packaging, Manufacturing, Nanomaterials, Power Electronics, Batteries & Energy Management, and Memory.

Yole, along with its partners System Plus Consulting, PISEO and Blumorpho, support industrial companies, investors and R&D organizations worldwide to help them understand markets and follow technology trends to grow their business. More information on Follow Yole on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Yole Développement also manages Micronews Media: To meet the growing demand for market, technological and business information, Micronews Media integrates several tools able to reach each individual contact within its network.

Yole Développement is the media sponsor of SCAPE.

Swedish Energy Agency

The Swedish Energy Agency works for a sustainable energy system, combining ecological sustainability, competitiveness and security of supply. For a more efficient energy use, the Agency supports the development and dissemination of knowledge targeted at households, industry, and the public sector.

The Agency finances research for new and renewable energy technologies, smart grids, and vehicles and transport fuels of the future. The Agency also supports commercialization and growth of energy related cleantech.

With the aim of attaining energy and climate objectives, the Agency participates in international collaboration and manages instruments such as the EU Emission Trading System and the Electricity Certificate System. The Agency also provides energy system analysis, energy forecasts and official energy statistics.

The Swedish Energy Agency is subordinate to the Ministry of the Environment and Energy and regulated by the Government through the instruction and annual appropriations directives. Parliament and the Government decide on the assignments and budget of the Agency.

Exhibition and Sponsors

SCAPE is more than only conference. Take part of panel debate and WBG market analysis by Yole and possibility of networking under the whole workshop. Organizers arrange an exhibition dedicated to experts within WBG-industry with exhibitors from WBG Center and external ehibitors.

In case you wish to be a sponsor, you have possibility to choose one of two sponsor packages under your registration process.

1) Basic sponsorship

  • 1 free full pass registration (Tutorial and Workshop package)
  • Logo and description of your organisation on the Sponsors web page
  • Logo and description of your organisation in the programme
  • Opportunity to distribute brochures at the Sponsors Corner

Price: SEK 10 000

2) Exhibition sponsorship

  • One exhibition area, ca 5 sqm, with a table top and room for two roll-ups
  • 1 free full pass registration (Tutorial and Workshop package)
  • Logo and description of your organisation on the Sponsors web page
  • Logo and description of your organisation in the programme
  • Opportunity to distribute brochures at the Sponsors Corner.

Price: SEK 20 000


If you wish to be an event sponsor, with or without exhibiting, please choose one "Sponsorship Package" in your registration and contact the person in charge.


 Please note: Sponsors registering later than May 9 are not guaranteed to get their logo in the printed programme. Members of WBG Power Center, please use the provided promotion code.

Your contact

Exhibition, Sponsorship, meeting rooms
Brita Bäckström
Tel: +46 70 667 05 01

Exhibition & Sponsorship
Clara Zirar

Workshop 16th of May 2022, Day 1
16 May 2022
Royal Park Hotel STHLM, Frösundaviks Allé 15, Solna., Stockholm, Sweden
5 May 2022

Workshop & tutorial
on-site (SEK 4500 exkl. VAT 25%)
on-line (SEK 2500 exkl. VAT 25%)

Workshop & tutorial
student on-site (SEK 2250 exkl. VAT 25%)
student on-line (SEK 1250 exkl. VAT 25%)

Hybrid, Conference, Workshop,
Workshop 17th of Maj 2022, Day 2
17 May 2022
Royal Park Hotel STHLM, Frösundaviks Allé 15, Solna., Stockholm, Sverige
5 May 2022

Workshop & tutorial
fysiskt (SEK 4500 exkl. moms 25%)
digitalt (SEK 2500 exkl. moms 25%)

Workshop & tutorial, student
fysiskt (SEK 2250 exkl. moms 25%)
digitalt (SEK 1250 exkl. moms 25%)

Tutorial 15th of Maj 2022
15 May 2022
On-line by Teams
13 May 2022

Workshop & tutorial
fysiskt (SEK 4500 exkl. moms 25%)
digitalt (SEK 2500 exkl. moms 25%)

Workshop & tutorial, student
fysiskt (SEK 2250 exkl. moms 25%)
digitalt (SEK 1250 exkl. moms 25%)

Only tutorial
digitalt (SEK 500 exkl. moms 25%)

Victor Veliadis

Victor Veliadis


Dr. Victor Veliadis is Executive Director and CTO of PowerAmerica, a WBG power semiconductor consortium. At PowerAmerica, he has managed a budget of US$146 million that he strategically allocated to 200 industrial and University projects to accelerate WBG commercialization. His educational activities have trained 410 students and engaged 4100 attendees.

Gerald Deboy

Gerald Deboy

Dr, Infineon Technologies

Received the M.S. and Ph.D. in physics from the Technical University Munich. Joined Siemens Corp. R&D in 1992 and Semiconductor Div. in 1995. Worked with development of the revolutionary COOLMOS™ technology. Since 2004 Head of the Technical marketing for power dev. and ICs at Infineon. Since 2009 leading an innovation group on power electronics. Sr. member of IEEE, member of the Tech. Commette for Power Dev. and ICs within the EDS. Author of 100+ papers and 100+ granted international patents.

Claire Troadec

Claire Troadec

Msc, Director, Yole Développement

Claire Troadec is Director of the Power & Wireless division at Yole Développement, part of Yole Group of Companies. These activities are covering power electronics, batteries & energy management, compound semiconductors and emerging materials, RF devices and technologies.
Based on her valuable experience in the semiconductor industry, Claire is managing the expansion of the technical and market expertise of Power and Wireless team.

Francesco Iannuzzo

Francesco Iannuzzo

Prof, Aalborg University

Francesco Iannuzzo is a professor at Aalborg University, Denmark. His research interests are in the field of reliability of traditional and WBG power devices, including mission-profile-based life estimation, condition monitoring, failure modelling and extreme conditions. He is author or co-author of more than 260 publications on journals and international conferences.

Herbert Pairitsch

Herbert Pairitsch

Dir, Infineon Technology

Master degree in electrical engineering from Graz University of Technology.
Director Technology & Innovation at Infineon Technologies Austria AG.
From 1998 to 2014 head of various production and R&D departments (several patents and publications in the field of semiconductors for power electronics)
Since then, responsible for research funding at PSS (Power & Sensor Systems) and coordination of national and international cooperative research projects in the field of energy-efficient electronics.

Daniel Hofmann

Daniel Hofmann

MSc., Wolfspeed

Daniel is holding a diploma in condensed matter physics and joint the power electronics industry in 2011. He gained experience in die design of IGBTs and SiC-MOSFET tailored to application specific requirements as well as their utilization in advanced package technology and customer specific topologies. Furthermore, he follows and supports power loss simulations, thermal design and introduction of new technologies.

Jacek Rabkowski

Jacek Rabkowski

Prof., Warsaw University of Technology

Jacek Rabkowski is a professor at Warsaw University of Technology. His main research area is the application of WBG power devices in various areas of power electronics (renewable energy sources, energy storage, charging stations, traction systems).


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Latest update 08-May-2022

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