Energy Harvesting Powered Wireless Sensor Systems That Have Become Reality At Exeter

Prof Meiling Zhu, Professor and Chair in Mechanical Engineering
University of Exeter
United Kingdom
 

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プレゼンテーション概要

Prof. Meiling Zhu will present a number of wearable and vibration energy harvesting powered wireless sensor systems for versatile applications that have become reality at the Energy Harvesting Research Group, the top 10 University of Exeter in the UK. She will report enabling technologies and technology breakthrough that her group has developed in novel energy harvesting methods, energy efficient power management and energy-aware wireless sensing.

講演者の経歴 (Meiling Zhu)

Meiling Zhu is full professor and Head of Energy Harvesting Research Group at the top 10 University of Exeter in the UK. Professor Zhu received her BEng in Mechanical Manufacturing in 1989, MEng in Applied Mechanics in 1992 and PhD in Mechanical Dynamics in 1994 at Southeast University, Nanjing, China. Since 2007, she has developed "an integrated system vision" and worked on energy harvesting powered wireless sensor systems for real world applications. Her research themes are in novel energy harvesting methods, energy efficient and adaptive power management, energy-aware wireless sensing, and their design and modelling, implementation and integration, and characterisations and applications. She has, with her group members, developed a number of proof-of-concept technology demonstrators of energy harvesting powered wireless sensing nodes, including two for aviation industry and two for wearable devices. She has a wealth of experience in the research and development of energy harvesting powered wireless sensor systems for versatile applications. She has been awarded a total of around £8.9million research funding as PI and as co-I for a number of research projects in the areas of her interests.

会社紹介 (University of Exeter)

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The Energy Harvesting Research Group at the top 10 University of Exeter in the UK combines cutting edge academic research with a firm focus on needs of industry. We offer a fully integrated system approach to develop wearable and vibrational energy harvesting powered wireless sensing systems for a wide range of real world applications, including automotive, aerospace, transport, healthcare, military and defence, and other industrial sectors.
 
We have internationally leading expertise and extensive experience in novel energy harvesting methods, energy efficient and adaptive power management, energy-aware wireless sensing, and their design and modelling, implementation and integration, and characterisation and applications of energy harvesting powered wireless sensing systems.
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