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SEMI-THERM: TWO-PHASE FLOW COOLING ONLINE SUMMIT

June 30

Free
TIME SPEAKER / TOPIC
9am

Roundtable – Two-Phase Cooling of Electronics: If, Why and How We Go from Here

Moderated by John Thome from EPFL

Speakers:  Pritish Parida from IBM, Devin Pellicone from ACT, and Mark North from Boyd

Summary

As two-phase cooling of electronics has now progressed from the laboratory to initial market penetration, this panel will address key issues relevant to its future concerning (1) The need for two-phase cooling: Under what conditions two-phase cooling offers an advantage over other cooling technologies. Applications as an active (pumped systems) and Passive (Heat pipes, Vapor chambers, Loop thermosyphons, Pulsating Heat pipes), (2) Advantages and disadvantages: Discussion of how two-phase cooling compares with them other cooling technologies in terms of performance, operation, serviceability, and cost. (Passive and active systems), (3) General requirements for adoption: What are the requirements for technology adoption. Is there a need for hardware standardization (especially for data center applications)? (Active systems)

 

As of 3/9/2020, the Semi-Therm 36th Annual Semiconductor Thermal Measurement, Modeling and Management Symposium has been moved to a virtual format due to the current restrictions on large group gatherings in California.