Product Announcement from Dean Technology
Stop in to see Dean Techology at 2012 CAARI 8/5/2012
Renbaissance Worthington Hotel
Ft Worth, TX
About Dean Technology:
The Dean Technology, Inc. Family of Companies
HV Component Associates (HVCA) specializes in the design, development and manufacture of high voltage rectifiers, bridge rectifiers and special assemblies for specific customer applications. CKE is a manufacturer of high voltage silicon rectifiers, MOVs, selenium suppressors, silicon carbide varistors, high voltage disk ceramic capacitors, high current/high voltage assemblies and also builds custom assemblies for unique requirements.
Originally, HVCA was the rectifier division of Galileo Electro-Optic Corporation formed in the early 1960s. In 1989, HVCA purchased the Conditioning Semiconductor Devices Corporation (CSdc), and began manufacturing epoxy power blocks that had been formerly produced by International Rectifier Corporation (IR).
CKE was created in 1980 through the acquisition of the FMC Syntron metallic rectifier and surge suppressor product lines, as well as the General Electric, International Rectifier, Westinghouse and Sarkes-Tarzian (ST-Semicon) selenium lines. Later, CKE began to supply Metal Oxide Varistors (MOVs), providing direct replacements for most of the Harris, GE, Panasonic and Siemens MOV products. CKE introduced the TRANZAP line to provide replacements for silicon zener products similar to those made by General Semiconductor, Motorola and Semicon
About the Conference
This will be the 22nd International conference in the biennial series that began in 1968 as a Conference on the Use of Small Accelerators for Teaching and Research by Jerry Duggan, while he was a staff member at Oak Ridge Associated Universities. When Jerry joined the staff at the University of North Texas (UNT) in Denton, Texas, he continued the Conference series in 1974, holding the meeting on the UNT campus. It then became known the International Conference on the Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry (CAARI).
Come to CAARI 2012 and hear the latest research and applications, from homeland security to global climate and earth sciences, in the field of accelerator physics.
Top 5 things you can do at CAARI 2012:
- Hear the latest research (see below)
- Attend the Monday plenary sessions
- Check out the new “undergraduate and early graduate student” forums
- Network at a variety of special events
- Visit our exhibitors and see their latest products
Hear Over 500 Presentations in these areas:
Registration now opened
The official language of the conference is English. The CAARI conference is open to the public.
The publisher of the CAARI 2012 conference proceedings will be announced at a later time.