Vicor adds new Global Automotive Segment Director

Chinmaya Joshi joins Vicor from the Jaguar Land Rover group where he served as a Senior Manager for powertrain power electronics.

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Vicor Corporation today announced the appointment of Chinmaya Joshi (“CJ”) as Global Automotive Segment Director. Chinmaya joins Vicor from the Jaguar Land Rover group where he served as a Senior Manager for powertrain power electronics.

Chinmaya brings deep automotive industry experience, leading DC-DC converter design and development teams for HEV, PHEV and BEV vehicle platforms for over ten years. His primary role at Vicor will be to support the expansion of the OEM customer base, tier-one suppliers and automotive system partners through high-density modular solutions for electrification.

“To address fleet electrification with a robust funnel of OEM and tier-one opportunities, Chinmaya will add significant bench strength to our global automotive team,” said Patrick Wadden, Global Vice President of the automotive business unit.

Chinmaya earned a Bachelor of Technology in Materials Science and Engineering (Semiconductor Physics) at the College of Engineering, Pune India and a Master’s of Science degree at Cornell University.

About Vicor

Vicor Corporation, the leader in high-performance power modules, solves the toughest power challenges for our customers, enabling them to innovate and maximize system performance. Our easy-to-deploy power modules provide the highest density and efficiency enabling advanced power delivery networks from the power source to the point-of-load. Headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts, Vicor serves customers worldwide with unequaled power conversion and power delivery technologies. www.vicorpower.com


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