Simon Stacey



Simon Stacey is a seasoned operations and engineering executive director with more than 20 years’ semiconductor experience from vertically integrated IDMs to high volume fabless and fablite companies and start ups. He brings an extensive network of senior level relationships within wafer foundries, OSATs, service providers and tier 1 customers. Simon has held executive management positions in R&D, engineering, manufacturing and test operations; managing new product introductions, supply chain development and production ramps for a range of consumer and automotive semiconductor products including optical components, RF devices, ASICs and sensors.

About this presentation

GaN power solutions were introduced into the semiconductor market less than 10 years ago. This technology enables designers to achieve unprecedented performance in terms of power conversion efficiency and power density, which are directly connected to the effort to reduce CO2 emissions and increase battery ranges.

The GaN components available in the market today are yet to achieve their theoretical limits, nevertheless, they are already being integrated into high power automotive applications, such as OBC, DCDC and Traction Inverters.