Prince of Songkla University

Prince of Songkla University

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Prince of Songkla University (PSU) was founded in 1967 in Southern Thailand, consisting of 5 Campuses : Pattani, Hat Yai (main), Phuket, Surat Thani and Trang. Up to present, the University offers 295 educational programs, 18 international programs and 3 foreign language programs to its 34,000 students.
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2010
22 Jun 2010

Major new advances in energy harvesting

There have been concerns about the limitations of the various energy harvesting technologies which might explain the modest success of energy harvesting in electronics beyond the widespread use of photovoltaics.
8 Jun 2010

Piezo and pyroelectric energy sources

At the recent IDTechEx Energy Harvesting and Storage Europe conference in Munich, Dr. Nantakan MUENSIT, associate professor at the Material Physics Laboratory, Department of Physics, Prince of Songkla University (PSU), Hat Yai, Thailand spoke on "Applications of Piezoelectric and Pyroelectric Materials as Microsources of Energy".
27 May 2010

Applications of Piezo and Pyroelectric Materials as Microsources of Energy Harvesting

Prince of Songkla University, Thailand
1 Apr 2010

Breakthroughs with sensing in the human body

Holst Centre and others are working on body area networking to monitor vital signs, control drug delivery according to need and otherwise progress towards bionic man and woman and care of the disabled and elderly. Unfortunately cutting into your body to change batteries brings with it a significant percentage of mortalities, not just pain and infection. Energy harvesting within the body is potentially helpful but biobatteries and thermoelectric generators provide only weak amounts of electricity in such applications.
25 Mar 2010

Breakthroughs with sensing in the human body

Holst Centre and others are working on body area networking to monitor vital signs, control drug delivery according to need and otherwise progress towards bionic man and woman and care of the disabled and elderly. Unfortunately cutting into your body to change batteries brings with it a significant percentage of mortalities, not just pain and infection. Energy harvesting within the body is potentially helpful but biobatteries and thermoelectric generators provide only weak amounts of electricity in such applications.