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January 8th, 2018

Keysight Technologies Webcast to Teach What Universities Haven't About Voltage IV Measurement

You're a professional and may think that you learned everything essential to your career at the university in material science, semiconductors, nanotechnology, electrochemistry and physics. However, you may not have been educated in making accurate current and voltage measurements. This company is providing a free webcast that will assist you with this 'missing link' in your field.

At some point in their careers, most engineers and scientists need to make accurate current and voltage (IV) measurements. Unfortunately, this type of practical measurement knowledge is rarely taught in universities.  

This webcast will cover the basics of IV measurement, with an emphasis on tips and tricks to improve the results you obtain and to increase your efficiency in making these types of measurements. 

Attendance is free. To access the event please register.

Speaker: Dr. Ervin Mile, Power Specialist Americas and Europe

Dr. Ervin Mile

Dr. Ervin Mile is currently the Americas and Europe Power Specialist for Keysight Technologies.  He has a broad knowledge of various industrial and R&D sectors ranging from Material Science, Semiconductors, Nanotechnology, Electrochemistry and Physics. 

Mile holds a Bachelors degree in Electronic Engineering from “Politecnico di Torino”, Masters in micro and nanotechnologies for integrated circuits from “Ecole Polytechnique Lausanne”, and a PhD in Physics of micro and nano electro-mechanical systems from “Ecole Polytechnique Paris”. 

The Atonometrics Multi-Channel I-V Measurement System measures the current-voltage relationships (I-V curves) of photovoltaic (PV) modules.

The system can both source and sink current, providing multi-quadrant measurement capability. This enables measurement of PV module I-V curves under either illuminated (light I-V) or non-illuminated (dark I-V) conditions.

The master chassis provides for measurement of a single PV Module, and the optional expansion chassis allows for the simultaneous testing of up to six PV modules.