Power Management and Optimization for Energy Harvesting in Ultra-low Power Wireless Sensor Networks Applications (Energy Harvesting and Storage Europe 2012)

Dr Ningning Wang, Staff Researcher
Tyndall National Institute
Ireland
 
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Speaker Biography (Ningning Wang)

Ningning Wang received the BSEE and MSc degree in electrical engineering from Xi'an Jiaotong University in China, in 1995 and 1998, respectively. In 2005, he received his Ph.D degree from University College Cork in the area of integrated magnetics for power conversion applications. He joined the Tyndall National Institute as a postdoctoral researcher in 2005 and was appointed as staff researcher in early 2008. Dr. Wang has extensive research experience in design, modelling and fabrication of integrated magnetics for power conversion and data communications.
 
His current research interests include the design, modelling, and fabrication of integrated magnetic components, integrated capacitors, electromagnetic modelling and simulation, and development of energy harvester based power management system for wireless sensor network applications.

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