2023 PCNS Passive Components Networking Symposium hosted by SDU University in Sønderborg 11-14th September, 2023 discussed latest news, market and technology trends in passive electronic components.
Attendees from 13 countries in Europe, USA, Japan and Korea this year focused on power conversion and consequences to passive components theme supported by a local partner Danfoss Drive.
We participated in this conference with two presentations linked to our project Trans2DChem on supercapacitors SC-GN3 material by prof. Michal Otyepka and supercapacitors made from plastic waste by PhD student Ivan Dědek. The contribution by Michal Otyepka „Unleashing the Power: Superior Properties of Fluorographene-Derived Materials for Energy Storage Applications“ has been among six papers nominated for the best and outstanding paper awards. Link: https://passive-components.eu/4th-pcns-awards-passive-component-papers/
The conference was a great opportunity to establish new contacts with the passive component and supercapacitor manufacturers as well as other chain players from material suppliers to ESA space users.
PCNS Passive Components Networking Symposium is a bi-annual international symposium organized by EPCI European Passive Components Institute since 2017 in co-operation with an European university. The 4th edition of the PCNS Passive Components Networking Days Symposium was hosted by SDU University of Southern Denmark, Sønderborg 11-14th September, 2023