Mr Mathieu Bellanger, Senior Researcher
Sharp Laboratories of Europe Ltd
Europe 2015 Presentation - Sharp Laboratories of Europe Ltd*
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We will present Sharp's highly efficient light harvesting technology, providing high power per area and superior low-light level performance for low-power electronics applications.
講演者の経歴 (Mathieu Bellanger)
Mathieu Bellanger is Technical Director of Lightricity, an Oxford spin-out from Sharp Laboratories of Europe that develops and produces the world's most efficient PV components for indoor light energy harvesting. Previously he was in in charge of developing the energy harvesting and IoT activity within Sharp Laboratories for the last 4 years. While working for Sharp between 2008 and 2017, Mathieu has also been involved in various projects covering a range of photovoltaic device technologies, for flat plate, CPV and space applications. Mathieu holds a physics and engineering degree from the French "Grande école" Institut National des Sciences Appliquées (INSA) of Toulouse together with a master's degree in Nanophysics from University of Paul Sabatier (Toulouse) in France.
会社紹介 (Sharp Laboratories of Europe Ltd)
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Sharp Laboratories of Europe Ltd (SLE) was founded in 1990 as the first overseas R&D laboratory of Sharp Corporation (Japan). SLE develops new technology for Sharp products, supporting Sharp's manufacturing and product development activities in the UK, Europe and Japan. SLE facilities in Oxford undertake R&D on displays and embedded electronics, health and medical devices, energy and environmental solutions, and system devices. SLE has an excellent record of technology transfer starting with the development of a neural network microwave oven in 1994, which was manufactured at Sharp's factory in Wrexham and sold on the European market. SLE has played a prominent role in the development of Sharp products since, creating and commercialising new technologies such as no glasses 3D displays, dual view displays, privacy mode displays and lasers.