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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Florida State University. Florida State was officially established in 1851 and is located on the oldest continuous site of higher education in the state of Florida.
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2019
31 Oct 2019

Impressive Proportion of UK Universities Have Electrified Their Fleet

As hotbeds of innovation, many people expect universities to be early adopters of electric vehicle technology and drive progress from the front. But how are UK institutions performing?
12 Aug 2019

Electric Vehicle Research at Advanced Materials Osaka July 2019

Here we give the abstracts relevant to electric vehicles from BIT Advanced Materials Conference Osaka Japan July 2019. The organisers failed to provide slides but we have photographs of some of these if you are interested. The selected abstracts are divided into energy storage, wide bandgap semiconductors, energy harvesting and other.
20 Mar 2019

Supercapacitors: Applications, Players, Markets 2020-2040

IDTechEx Report: Dr Peter Harrop
2017
27 Nov 2017

Major step toward low-cost, high-performance wearable technology

Researchers have developed a class of breakthrough motion sensors that could herald a near future of ubiquitous, fully integrated and affordable wearable technology.
11 May 2017

Power Electronics for Electric Vehicles 2017-2027

IDTechEx Report: Dr Peter Harrop and Raghu Das
23 Feb 2017

Is a stretchable smart tablet in our future?

Engineering researchers have developed the first stretchable integrated circuit that is made entirely using an inkjet printer, raising the possibility of inexpensive mass production of smart fabric.
2014
10 Feb 2014

ASU engineers to help develop next generation of power electronics

Arizona State University electrical engineers Srabanti Chowdhury and Raja Ayyanar will lead research for the university's role in a new national consortium formed to develop the next generation of power electronics for electric vehicles and electronic devices.
7 Feb 2014

EV Battery and Supercapacitor

Lessons from PE USA Supercapacitor Conference and Visits End 2013
7 Feb 2014

The Ultimate Potential of Supercapacitors for Electric Vehicles

2013
28 Nov 2013

$1.4m grant for large-scale production of carbon nanotube materials

Florida State researchers have been awarded more than $1.4 million from the National Science Foundation to develop a system that will produce large amounts of a state-of-the-art material made from carbon nanotubes that researchers believe could transform everything from the way airplanes are built to how prosthetic limbs fit the human body.
21 Nov 2013

High Energy Density Li-ion Capacitors

Florida State University, United States
1 Nov 2013

Supercapacitors USA 2013

There are just three weeks left until IDTechEx's Supercapacitors USA event in Santa Clara California, on November 20-21.
19 Sep 2013

Spider silk turned into electrical wire for medical devices

Scientists have created microscopic wires out of spider silk that can conduct electricity.
22 Mar 2013

Deal to licence new supercapacitor invention

Florida State University and Tallahassee-based General Capacitor LLC have signed an agreement for the development of a new supercapacitor technology destined to play a major role in the world's future energy usage and storage needs.
14 Feb 2013

New technology addresses current supercapacitor weaknesses

The ink is still drying on an agreement between Florida State University and Tallahassee-based General Capacitor LLC for the development of a new supercapacitor technology destined to play a major role in the world's future energy usage and storage needs.
2012
19 Jan 2012

Flextech Alliance welcomes new governing board members

Industry veterans bring specialized expertise in business development and emerging applications to the alliance.
2009
3 Dec 2009

Architecture in NanoSpace

Florida State University, USA, United States
2005
19 Jan 2005

Suitability of printing technology (part 5)