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There will be a
'Best Poster Session'
award with a
post-conference article in our online journal EnergyHarvestingJournal.com



Academic Poster Session

As part of our exhibition we have an area dedicated to academic posters, an ideal opportunity to present your work to the world's leading companies involved in the topic. Applicants must be teaching or studying full-time, and must purchase an academic pass of $299. All posters have to be pre-approved by our technical analysts.

Academic poster rate

The $299 rate includes:

  • A poster session display in a premium position in the exhibition hall
  • A full 2 day pass to the conference and exhibition
  • Submission of abstracts

    If you are interested in displaying a poster at the event please submit your application form to Kathryn Greaves at k.greaves@idtechex.com as soon as possible to guarantee your poster session position. If your submission is successful we will email you with details on the poster session and guidelines for producing your poster.

    Poster Session Agenda

    Charudatta Galande, Rice University
    "Fabrication of Li-ion Batteries Solely by Multi-step Spray Painting "


    Dr Jaedo Park, University of Colorado Denver
    "Active Energy Harvesting from Microbial Fuel Cells"


    Jesse Jur, North Carolina State University
    "Towards Self-powered Nano-systems for Human Physiological and Environmental Monitoring"


    Yannick Verbelen, Erasmushogeschool Brussel
    "Resource Considerations for Large Scale Energy Harvesting Applications "


    Markus Gnerlich and Ekaterina Pomerantseva
    "Biotemplated Nanocomposite Electrodes for Increased Energy Storage Capabilities"


    David Rancourt
    "Design Space Exploration of Centimeter-Scale Micro Wind Turbines to Power Sensors"


    Young-Woo Park
    "Wheel-based Energy Harvester Combining Galfenol and Permanent Magnets"


    Ashok Batra, Alabama A&M University
    "Energy Harvesters and Super Capacitors using Pyroelectric Materials: An Investigation"


    Kostas Sierros, West Virginia University
    "Piezotribonics: Towards Energy Harvesting from Tribological Processes"