PCNS Passive Components Networking Symposium is a bi-annual international symposium organized by EPCI in co-operation with an European university.
This e-Proceedings consist of technical papers and presentations from:
1st PCNS Symposium 12-15th September 2017, Brno, Czech Republic
hosted by: BUT Brno University of Technology, Technicka 8, Brno, Czech Republic
event location: Brno University of Technology, Technicka 8, Brno, Czech Republic
Upon the e-Proceedings enrollment you will get access to PCNS 2017 presentations slides* in on-line view mode and downloadable technical papers in pdf as well as complete e-proceedings pdf.
* excluding few presentations without authors’ permission to share the slides
PCNS 2017 Final Program Can be Viewed here
PCNS 2017 Visitor Statistics
- 60 attendees from 13 countries
- 90% Europe, 10% USA
- 38% academia, 25% manufacturers, 18% end users
- automotive, medical and space industry presence
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4.2. Heraeus Next Generation of Polymer Capacitors: Boosting Performance of Electrolytic Capacitors with Conductive Polymer Dispersions
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5.1. Capacitors and Resistors with Extended Operating Temperature Range for GaN Applications– Development and Space Evaluation
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