Advanced Materials For Flexible Hybrid Thermoelectric Generators (Printed Electronics Europe 2018)

Joana Silva, Researcher
CeNTI
Portugal
 

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Presentation Summary

We seek a hybrid solution consisting of a printed thermoelectric generator (TEG), by combining highly efficient inorganic particles, with organic polymers. We investigated the thermoelectric properties of the composites, by using different polymers and different particle-to-paste ratios. TEGs can provide a sustainable and low-cost solution for wearable energy harvesting devices.

Speaker Biography (Joana Silva)

Joana Silva works at CeNTI in the area of smart materials and printed electronics. She obtained her Master's degree from University of Porto in 2016, following her work on thermoelectrics and spintronics. During her master's studies, she was involved in the synthesis and characterization of ferromagnetic insulators and semiconductors. Later on, at CeNTI, she became involved in printed thermoelectrics. Joana has expertise in the characterization of thermoelectric semiconductors, as well as in the development of thermoelectric pastes for processing via printing techniques.

Company Profile (CeNTI)

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The CENTRE FOR NANOTECHNOLOGY AND SMART MATERIALS (CeNTI) is a private non-profit Research and Development organization founded in 2006 and based in Portugal. CeNTI is equipped with cutting-edge technology and provides, in a business to business approach, applied R&D, engineering and scaling-up production of innovative functional and smart materials and devices. Targeting world-class research and development, CeNTI's knowledge is based on the development of Functional Materials and Solutions, Smart Materials and Systems and Modelling, Design and Engineering.
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