Passive components are sometimes the forgotten parts of circuits where much less attention is paid to them than their silicon-based, active counterparts. That doesn't mean there isn't a great deal of research and development dollars behind them to advance the state of the art of passive components.
In this webinar, KEMET's Chief Technology Officer, Philip Lessner (aka Dr. Phil), covers emerging components and applications in a variety of frequency ranges from sound through infrared, and discusses some of our latest advancements in the passive component space and how they will enable the technologies of the future.
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Philip Lessner received his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Cooper Union, New York, and his Ph.D. degree in chemical engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1980 and 1986, respectively. He is a Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at KEMET. He joined the company in 1996 as a Technical Associate in the Tantalum Technology Group. He has held several positions of increased responsibility in the technology and product management areas, including Senior Technical Associate, Director of Tantalum Technology, Director of Technical Marketing Services, and Vice President of Tantalum Technology prior to the appointment to his current position in February 2013.