Adam Kuczmik

Adam Kuczmik received the M.Sc. degree in computer engineering from Technische Universität Berlin. In 2008 he joined the Fraunhofer IZM as a student. He completed his bachelor and master thesis at the institute and started his scientific career as a research assistant in the power electronic group. After demanding projects such as the Google Little Box Challenge or a Formula E converter, he decided to start his own business in 2018. In the following he developed a measuring test bench stand for measuring switching losses of modern semiconductors. He works in cooperation with Fraunhofer IZM to measure the latest semiconductor modules and to further improve the measurement system. This is called a win-win situation.

POWER ELECTRONICS – CONVERTING CURRENTS THE MODERN WAY

Power electronics systems have to shoulder a heavy burden in terms of what is required of them and what they are expected to deliver. At Fraunhofer IZM, Stefan Hoffmann is working hard on new designs for passive and magnetic components…