PRACTITIONERS FOR PRACTITIONERS
11-12.10.2018 R. WROCŁAW

We invite you to an event associating practitioners, specialists and enthusiasts of the EMC industry, who will present case studies on requirements, design and problem solving based on their own experiences and real cases. The event is based on the exchange of knowledge, discussions, ideas and workshops focusing on real challenges and the EMC future.

 

The largest conference associating practitioners and enthusiasts of the EMC industry, who will present case studies on EMC requirements, design and research based on their own experience and real-life cases. Meeting based on exchange of knowledge, discussions, ideas and workshops focusing on the EMC futur. The inestimable value of the conference, is solving interesting and inspiring cases by participants, which contributes to the creation and development of new activities. It expands knowledge and gives new know-how to the world of electronics in terms of design and fulfillment the requirements.

ANOTHER MEETING OF PROFESSIONALS FROM THE ELECTRONIC INDUSTRY

THE MOST PRACTICAL MEETING OF ENGINEERS OF ELECTRONICS. EXCHANGE OF KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCES
IN THE DESIGN OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES IN ASPECT OF REQUIREMENTS FOR EQUIPMENT INTRODUCED INTO
THE MARKET. EMC, RADIO, SAFETY.

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REQUIREMENTS, TESTS

Requirements

Requirements affecting the EMC:

1Selection of requirements for unusual typical devices (equipment)
2. Restrictions: costs,  energy consumption, temperature, and others.
3. Exclusive requirements.

design

Design

  1. Learn about the various system solutions.
  2. Different approaches to design.
  3. Identification of places of potential threats.
  4. How to avoid errors?
  5. Communication in a design team, and effects

TROUBLESHOOTING

Troubleshooting

1. Tracking sources.
2. Main problems.
3. Simplified testing methods.
What can we do on our own?
4. Measuring equipment and results interpretation.
5. Find the cause of the problem.

PRESENTERS OF Case Studies

High speed
communication buses.

PIOTR JANIK

EMC for Business

Experience
EMC Engineer – EMC troubleshooting, design reviews, protection circuits calculation, EMC tests execution, CE, FCC, RCM qualification, in field EMC measurements.

Engineer with 10 years of experience in the field of EMC and RED, and design of electronic modules. An expert in the field of EMC and radio standards, EN / IEC / FCC / EAC, DNV-GL, ETSI, etc. He works with the preparation of engineering analyses, reports, research plans, and strategies of certification. He tests devices in

The requirements of EU Directives (LVD, MD) in reference to product name, its interfaces and end application.

ŁUKASZ KNEĆ

EMC for Business

Experience
Engineer specializing in aspects related to the safety and compliance of electrical and electronic machines and devices on the EU, USA / Canada, Australia / New Zealand market. I have gained many years of experience in the automotive industry (product testing and validation), oil & gas (including issues related to the ATEX directive) and the production of electrical / electronic machinery and equipment. For over 8 years I have been working with the European Union directives, mainly in the field of machine and electrical equipment safety (MD, LVD, EMC) supporting engineers, production and product managers at every stage of product life: from the idea, development, prototype and implementation concept, ending with maintenance in production including engineering changes.

 

What will be said:
– definition of the manufacturer and economic operator in regard to the directives

– product definition and its critical parameters from the point of view of directives,

– examples of changing the classification from the point of view of the directive due to the definition of the interface


LVD – Low Voltage Directive – 2014/35 / EU
MD – Machinery Directive 2006/42 / EC

DC/DC Converters – issue of audible sound given by coil. Troubleshooting using different inductive components.

PIOTR GIERWIATOWSKI

Würth Elektronik

EXPERIENCE
Application engineer Würth Elektronik Polska. For many years associated with sales support and technical support of clients in the field of products offered by Würth Elektronik. Speaker of many EMC trainings and seminars offered to clients in Poland.

When a ground is not a ground
– signal integrity issues
in a PCB design.

KRZYSZTOF CZUBA

Politechnika Warszawska

EXPERIENCE
He graduated, obtaining the title of Master of Science in 2002, the PhD degree in technical sciences in 2007 at the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology of the Warsaw University of Technology. In 2006 he worked as an assistant and since 2007 as an assistant professor at the Department of Microwave Circuits and Equipment. The main areas of interest are design and research of RF systems, the construction of advanced systems for the generation and synchronization of elementary particle accelerators and signal integrity. He lectures on electronic analog circuits and signal integrity. Since 2008 he has been working with the DESY scientific center (Hamburg). He managed projects to build model generators and synchronization systems for FLASH and European-XFEL accelerators, as well as many elements of the LLRF control system. Since 2016, he has been the technical coordinator of the LLRF control project based on the MTCA.4 platform built for the ESS accelerator by the PEG consortium (National Center for Nuclear Research, Technical University of Lodz and Warsaw University of Technology). From 2016, he is also the project manager of the ESS accelerator synchronization system.

EMC Compliance in Motor Drive Applications.

HERBERT BLUM

Schurter AG, Switzerland

EXPERIENCE
He is product manager for the entire EMC product range of the Schurter group. Prior to that, he worked for over 10 years as a project manager in the development engineer of filters. He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master in Business Administration.

Examination of prototypes and pre-production copies – selected aspects of EMC.

WIT TYRANOWICZ

Radiotechnika Marketing

EXPERIENCE
Head of the Laboratory of Electromagnetic Compatibility Radiotechnika Marketing Sp. z o.o.

A graduate of the Wrocław University of Technology, specialization Electronic Equipment, faculty of Electronics.

He has been dealing with electromagnetic compatibility since the beginning of his professional activity, in particular by focusing on the aspects of EMC research for the industry:

  • heavy industry,
  • mining,
  • metallurgy,
  • automotive,
  • military.

In addition, he did calibrations of equipment dedicated to EMC tests in an accredited calibration laboratory, and participated in product certification processes for the needs of a notified unit.

In order to optimize laboratory activities, he created dedicated automation, control and measurement software.

Reduction of conducted
and radiated emission
– engineering practice.

JERZY KUREK

Diehl Controls Polska

EXPERIENCE

Electronic engineer with 20 years practical experience in the industry. He managed electronics teams and projects in R & D.
For many years, he developed and implemented transducers of physical quantities in industrial environments. For 10 years, he designs, develops and studies electronics for large-scale production of household appliances.

Performance criteria in EMC immunity testing – how to prepare a device for tests
in laboratory.

KRZYSZTOF SIECZKAREK

Head of Laboratory, Institute of Logistics and Warehousing - ILiM

EXPERIENCE
Krzysztof Sieczkarek is the head of the ILiM laboratory, accredited since 1996 according to PN-EN / ISO – IEC 17025 in the field of electromagnetic compatibility. For years, he has been associated with the area regarding EU directives on CE marking of electronic devices. The participant in the work of the  Polish Committee for Standardization of KT 104 for the EMC and the international standardization authority of IEC, CISPR, ETSI and CENELEC. Member of the EMCS section of

IEEE associations. The organizer and coordinator of the international FOR-EMC network financed by the European Commission. The participant of industrial and research works and author of dozens of articles from the field of EMC presented at national and international conferences.

The presentation relates to the practical aspects resulting from the application and interpretation of the criteria for assessing the correct work during the testing of immunity of electronic devices. The criteria resulting from the basic standards, product standards, product group or general standards will be analyzed. Examples of devices that are prepared to evaluate the performance in the presence of electromagnetic exposures in the EMC laboratory will be presented.

Radio requirements and measurement challenges for 5G mobile telecommunications systems.

Marcin Rybakowski

Senior Specialist, 5G RAN Architecture&Specification, NOKIA, Mobile Networks

Experience
The presentation will present an introduction to the new stanard in mobile telecommunication – the 5 generation (5G) in terms of new applications and the capabilities of this system. An outline of 3GPP standards for 5G systems will be presented which define RF and EMC requirements for base stations and terminal devices as well as their relation to ETSI and RED standards. The most important RF requirements and measurement challenges related to the introduction of new frequency bands (mainly in the field of millimeter waves) and new technologies (massive MIMO, beamforming, etc.) for 5G systems will be discussed.

Experience:

Marcin Rybakowski is a graduate of the Faculty of Electronics at the Wrocław University of Technology and holds a master’s degree in electronics and telecommunications, specializing in mobile telecommunications. The author works in the 5G RAN Architecture & Specification department in the Nokia branch in Wrocław, where he deals with the specification and architecture of radio modules for 5G systems and standardization of RF requirements for 5G devices under 3GPP. The author has over 10 years of experience in the development of base stations for mobile telecommunications systems and on the research and standardization of future generations of these systems. In the area of interest of the author there are issues of RF technology and millimeter waves, propagation of radio waves and radio channel modeling, new techniques of the physical layer of wireless systems as well as modeling and evaluation of radiocommunication systems. In the author’s output there are 10+ articles at Polish and foreign conferences and he co-authored about 10 patents in the field of radiocommunication technologies

 

5G RF System Engineering, 3GPP RAN4 standarization

5G research – millimeter wave and centimeter wave deployment research, mmWave propagation simulation and modeling

WCDMA HSPA HetNet research – Interference Management, HetNet Mobility, WCDMA HSPA Smartphone signaling, WCDMA HSPA M2M communication

Technical aspects of meeting medical requirements in accordance to IEC60601

Mateusz Szczygielski

Electronics Engineer, Metrum Cryoflex

Experience

What will be said ?

The examples of common problems that engineers face while designing medical devices where there are some practical challenges e.g.

• “Home Healthcare”, “Professional Healthcare Facility”, and “Special” environments

• EMC Risk Management

• Protection class

• The leakage current of the device and the patient

• Resistance of protective earth

• Means of Operator Protection and Means of Patient Protection

• Application parts of the medical device B/BF/CF

Experience

A graduate of Warsaw University of Technology, Specialization Electronics and Computer Engineering, Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology. He has broad technical knowledge and experience with bringing medical products to the market in accordance to EN60601-1-2. Electromagnetic compatibility has always interested him. In his work he works with hardware and software topics – treating them as an inseparable that guarantee to fulfil EMC requirements.

RED and automotive requirements in one device

Mariusz Morawiec

EMC Test engineer, Merit Automotive Electronics Systems

Experience

Electrical engineering engineer with 4 years of experience gained in international companies from the power electronics industry.

Key competences include the ability to streamline processes and products, read documentation and electrical diagrams, and prototype electrical and electronic devices. Has extensive knowledge of electromagnetic compatibility. He knows the basic range of standards and standards related to the certification of industrial equipment. It supports laboratory and test equipment such as: multimeters, oscilloscopes, function generators and analyzers. It possesses SEP electrical qualifications for operation „E” and supervision „D” up to 1 kV.

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  • new contacts,
  • company promotion as a perfect place to grow,
  • free participation and refund of accommodation and transport costs
  • another valuable experience within years of your career

program

Day 1
09:00 09:30 00:30  Opening of the Conference
09:30 10:10 00:40 CASE STUDY presentation
10:10 10:50 00:40 CASE STUDY presentation
10:50 11:10 00:20 BREAK
11:10 11:50 00:40 CASE STUDY presentation
11:50 12:30 00:40 CASE STUDY presentation
12:30 13:30 01:00 Lunch
13:30 14:10 00:40 CASE STUDY presentation
14:10 14:50 00:40 CASE STUDY presentation
14:50 15:10 00:20 Break
15:10 16:50 01:40 Practical workshops
16:50

 

19:00

17:00

 

23:00

00:10 Summary

 

Integration Dinner

Day 2
09:00 09:30 00:30 Opening of the Conference
09:30 10:10 00:40 CASE STUDY presentation
10:10 10:50 00:40 CASE STUDY presentation
10:50 11:10 00:20 BREAK
11:10 11:50 00:40 CASE STUDY presentation
11:50 12:30 00:40 CASE STUDY presentation
12:30 13:30 01:00 Lunch
13:30 14:10 00:40 CASE STUDY presentation
14:10 14:50 00:40 Panel of experts – discussion, Q&A
14:50 15:10 00:20 BREAK
15:10 16:50 01:40 Practical Workshop
16:50 17:00 00:10 Conference Conclusions

EMC for Business EMC Engineer – EMC troubleshooting, design reviews, protection circuits calculation, EMC tests execution, CE, FCC, RCM qualification, in field EMC measurements Kraków Communication – quick buses and EMC – typical problems, recommendations
and proposal of solutions.
Łukasz Kneć EMC for Business Safety engineer and product compliance Wrocław LVD and MD Directive: the meaning of the product definition including name, interfaces and final application for compliance with the requirements of the directives.
Krzysztof Sieczkarek ILiM Head of the EMC ILiM Laboratory Poznań Criteria for device evaluation during EMC immunity tests
Piotr Gierwatowski Wrüth Elektronik Field Aplication Engineer Wrocław DC/DC Converters – issue of audible sound given by coil. Troubleshooting using different inductive components.
Krzysztof Czuba Politechnika Warszawska Lecturer, head of the design team Warszawa Signal Integrity
When mass is not mass a few words about problems with the integrity of signals on the board.
Herbert Blum Schurter Product Manager EMC Warszawa EMC Compliance in Motor Drive Applications
Wit Tyranowicz Radiotechnika Marketing Head of EMC laboratory Wrocław Compatibility of systems with special requirements – military and automotive.
Jerzy Kurek Diehl Controls Hardware Design Engineer Wrocław Reduction of conductive disorders – engineering practice.
Robert Otręba Grinn Hardware design engineer Wrocław Computers single board design including SI and EMC

WORKSHOPS

Practical demonstrations on measuring equipment and real devices

WORKSHOP 1.1. WÜRTH Elektronik: Radiated Emission - How to avoid or limit radiated emission interferences.
Workshop: radiated disturbances: various prevention methods.

There will be a short theoretical introduction about shielding components, core materials of various components used for filtration, and then a practical problem of the device (demobox) that generates the above-mentioned interferences:

  1. solutions to be applied on the cable (cable ferrites: various core materials and their impact on the level emitted interferences in various bands), there will also be several tips & tricks of using ferrites
  2. we will also demonstrate how to fight radiated disturbances at the level of the device’s housing. What components are available here, how to apply them correctly in the device to get the most effective solutions. Here the component application very often works in an incorrect way, which makes them ineffective. We will show the most common mistakes made by the constructors of devices.
  3. In addition, we will also demonstrate the fight against interference at the PCB level, we will present the appropriate components, e.g. special cores of compensated coils, particularly effective in the high frequency range, and interesting broadband cores.

WORKSHOP 1.2. EMC ACADEMY - SCHEME AND LAYOUT - ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT FOR EMC
Demonstration on educational PCB as high frequency current flows depending on the layout.

In addition, we will recall the resonant nature of components in a specific configuration (e.g. capacitors).

Inductance in examples and impact on emission results and field immunity.

Efficiency of filtering elements depending on PCB layout.

WORKSHOP 1.3. product complience - how to find requirements?

How many requirements are in one product. Different directives, standards. 

conference location

Park Hotel Diament ****

We sincerely  invite you to the hotel, where the conference space allows us to conduct the meeting / event efficiently. After signing up for the Conference, you will receive a special promotional code from us by the e-mail, authorizing you to the following prices:

The cost of a room: 1 person / night + breakfast  210 PLN

The cost of a room: 2 people / night + breakfast: PLN 255

PRICE TABLE

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The detailed price list depends on the number of participants, at a given price cap.
Number of participants from the company Discount Until when  Price per person(net)
5-10 -15% until 30.08 1 424 zł
3-4 -13% until 30.08 1 457 zł
1-2 -10% until 30.08 1 508 zł
5-10 -10% until 30.09 1 508 zł
3-4 -5% until 30.09 1 591 zł
1-2 regular until 30.09 1 675 zł

MEMORIES FROM PREVIOUS CONFERENCE

There were three main parts of each day of Conference: case studies, discussion panels and thematic workshops. During the case studies, the experts, based on real projects, talked about the encountered problems and how they have been resolved. The discussion panel allowed for the common development of solutions to problems with EMC, where participants could share their experiences in smaller groups,. Practical workshops have made it possible to explore the secrets associated with the subject of risk assessment in the aspect of the EU Directives of the New and Global Approach; issues of full – compliance and pre – compliance as well as design principles of power supplies.

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