In this paper, we present a small (25x25x3 mm 3 ) power module that integrates two silicon-carbide (SiC) JFETs to form an inverter leg. This module has a sandwich" structure, i.e. the power devices are placed between two ceramic substrates, allowing for heat extraction from both sides of the dies. All interconnects are made by silver sintering, which offers a very high temperature capability (the melting point of pure silver being 961 °C). The risk of silver migration is assessed, and we show that Parylene-HT, a dielectric material that can sustain more than 300 °C, can completely coat the module, providing adequate protection.