Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting; Modules And Systems For Various Application
Santa Clara, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom D Track 5
11:40 - 12:05
・Thermoelectric Application for cooling use.
・Various thermoelectric modules for energy harvesting
- High performance TEG for waste heat recovery
- Multi purpose TEG for stand-alone power source
- Micro TEG for energy harvesting
Dr. Shinichi Fujimoto received Ph.D. degree in applied physics on the topic of thermoelectric generation materials and modules from Tohoku University in 2006. He has over 16 years of experience in research and development for thermoelectric generation modules and their devices. He worked for Komatsu Ltd. during 1997-2011 as a researcher, especially for high speed deposition technique of thin film Si, and thermoelectric materials and modules. Since 2011, he worked for KELK Ltd. as a chief engineer especially on thermoelectric generation business.
"Be the world's leading and most reliable supplier of precise thermal control systems based on thermo-electric modules with outstanding quality and innovative technology" as a mission statement, KELK provides the highest quality thermoelectric modules and temperature control systems.
Started business in 1957, KELK is the world most traditional thermoelectric company and its product is highly evaluated in semiconductor process, telecommunication, science and industrial application.
KELK is a subsidiary of Komatsu, a world leading construction machinery manufacturer, famous for "Komtrax" that is machine tracking, health monitoring and fleet management system.