Electronics cooling – selection, application, quality and costs of innovative cooling concepts in electronics effective heat management is today essential to more power, to ensure longer life and high reliability of electronic components. The thermal load, the individual elements are exposed is to reduce it. The development of suitable cooling concepts is therefore already at an early stage of the development of the hardware. Professionals in this field are rare. The targeted dissemination of know-how for this complex field of work is therefore all the more important. Electronics knowledge alone is often not enough. By the selection of material to the cooling of the body and of the temperature measurement to heat simulation the 7th meeting of electronics cooling – selection, application, quality and costs of innovative cooling concepts in electronics treated”challenges and solutions for cooling electronic components in a wide range of application areas. The development of hybrid and electric vehicles with provides extensive battery management of high performance and much electronics on the drive and in the control of vehicles for additional thrust for the topic.

The two-day symposium of the Haus der Technik employs on the 23 and 24 April 2013 cooling concepts in automotive electronics and many other topics in Stuttgart with the physical fundamentals of heat transfer, thermal management concepts, cost and reliability of cooling systems, heat dissipation for power semiconductors and LEDs. An accompanying exhibition offers additional information and contact opportunities. The event will take place in cooperation with the Steinbeis Research Centre “Thermal management in Electronics”. Target group all interested are addressed, dealing with the thermal management for electronic components or systems in the areas of research, development, design, quality and purchasing. For more information, see interested at the House of technology e.V., Tel. 0201/1803-329 (Mrs. Gebauer), E-Mail: or on the Internet: W-H010-04-232-3 Dipl.-ing. Kai banks man