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Energy Scavenging and Battery Power for Long Term Medical Monitoring


Dr Elizabeth Reilly, Associate
Exponent
United States
 
 
This presentation was given at Energy Harvesting and Storage USA 2011 on Nov 15, 2011.
 

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Presentation Summary

  • Identification of Ambient Energy Sources
  • Energy Conversion Mechanisms
  • Examples of Energy Scavenging Systems
  • Discussion of Optimal Scavenger Design Characteristics
  • Energy Storage for Energy Scavenging Devices
  • Criteria for Selecting an Energy Storage System
  • Implantable versus Externally used Batteries
  • Battery Lifetime and Failure Issues

Speaker Biography (Elizabeth Reilly)

Dr. Reilly is an engineering consultant with Exponent in Menlo Park, California. Dr. Reilly's areas of expertise encompass semiconductor process technology including energy scavenging microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), nanoelectromechanical systems, and Li-ion batteries.
Dr. Reilly's past research at The University of California, Berkeley focused on the development of a microscale energy scavenging devices involving the growth and characterization of epitaxial PZT directly on silicon substrates using pulsed laser deposition (PLD). The work leveraged expertise in design and fabrication of energy scavenging large scale and microscale devices. Past research at Physical Sciences Inc. involved lithium battery technologies in both primary and secondary cells, specifically the development of 3D carbon anodes via electrospinning and investigation of novel polymer separator materials to prevent over charging.

Company Profile (Exponent)

Exponent is an engineering and scientific consulting firm that provides solutions to complex technical problems. Our multidisciplinary team of scientists, physicians, engineers, and business consultants performs in-depth research and analysis in more than 90 technical disciplines.
Our clients include a wide range of manufacturers, utilities, insurers, industry groups, government agencies, venture capital companies, and law firms.

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