Aly Mashaly finished his Bachelor in the year 2000 in electrical engineering at the University of Cairo, Egypt. He worked as as consultant in the field of Power electronics for different industrial companies and factories in Egypt from 2000 – 2002. From 2003 - 2005 he Studied Master of Science of electrical engineering at the University of Hanover and worked as an academic staff at the University of Hanover between 2005 – 2007 in the institute for Drive Systems and Power Electronics. From 2007 – 2011 he worked as R&D Engineer Power electronics in the field of avionics at Liebherr Elektronik GmbH, from 2011- 2015 he got promoted to R&D Manager of eMobility for commercial vehicles, KEB GmbH , Germany. He is now Deputy director Power systems at ROHM Semiconductor GmbH from 2015. Aly Mashaly is a holder of many Patents in the field of Power electronics and Mechatronics and Author of more than 30 technical articles and papers
Electromobility is transforming our automotive industry, and soon enough, the quest for a greener future will influence all power electronics designs. Due to the physical-electrical properties’ limitations of silicon material, it will no longer meet the higher power density requirements while keeping satisfactory power conversion efficiency needed for a higher energy standard. Recognizing the challenges our industry is facing, we will elaborate on the benefits of WBG technology and our efforts in supporting the demand of SiC devices from the mass market.