Wednesday, 03 Jun 2009
|11:45||Rolls-Royce Control and Systems UTC|
|16:30||Imperial College London|
Thursday, 04 Jun 2009
|12:20||Idaho National Laboratory (INL)|
|12:50||University of Manchester|
|15:15||Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits|
Thursday June 04, 2009
Overview (09:30 - 11:00)09:30 - 10:00 "Multimodal Energy Harvesting and Research at Center for Energy Harvesting Materials and Systems"
- The progress made in our research on developing energy harvesting modules for platforms that are rich in vibrations, magnetic field and wind emphasizing wireless sensor networks and fabrication of self-powered chips
- Introducing the research activities planned for the recently launched Center for Energy Harvesting Materials and Systems
10:00 - 10:30 "Energy Harvesting Technologies - enabling remote and wireless sensing"
- The presentation outlines the results of a study into the issues and barriers to adoption of energy harvesting technologies
- Key issues are explored
- Recommendations are made for future focus
- The centres of expertise in energy harvesting development are highlighted