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Academic Poster Session

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


As part of our tradeshow 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 €295. All posters have to be pre-approved by our technical analysts.

Academic poster rate

The €295 rate includes:

  • A poster session display in a premium position in the tradeshow 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 here and send to Corinne Jennings at c.jennings@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

    Confirmed posters

    Chung-Ang University - Prof. Hoseong Kim and Kyungjin Park

    "Applications of MEMS Switch in Energy Harvesting System"

    ITT @ POLITO - Valentina Cauda

    "Versatile Growth of High Aspect-ratio Vertically Aligned ZnO Nanowires as Energy Harvesters"

    Brno University of Technology - Dr. Zdenek Hadas

    "Mechatronic Approach for Development of Energy Harvesting Generators"

    Wroclaw University - Dr. Daniel Lewandowski

    "Solid State Magnetic Phenomena Harvesters and their Power Conditioners for Low Power Applications"

    National Research University MIET - Prof. Dmitriy Gromov

    "Low-power Piezoelectric Energy Harvester Based on ZnO Nanowires and Carbon Nanotubes"

    National Research University MIET - Mikhail Nazarkin

    "High Capacity CNT-silicon Anode for Thin Film Lithium-ion Batteries"

    University of Twente - Dr. Emi Mathews

    "Wireless, Self-Powered Vibration Monitoring and Control for Complex Industrial Systems"

    University of Twente - Kallol Das and Pouria Zand

    "Wireless Networking for Real-time Industrial Control Systems"

    University of Freiburg - Karola Ruehle

    "Improving Photovoltaic Devices for Wide Range Energy Harvesting"

    University of Coimbra - José Oliveira

    "Accurate Real-Time Location System for Harsh Industrial Environments"

    École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne - Jacopo Olivo

    "IronIC Patch: A Wearable Device for the Remote Powering and Connectivity of Implantable Systems"

    Imperial College London - Alwyn Elliott

    "Power Density Improvement of a Piezoelectric Energy Harvester Through use of a Micropower Switch-Mode Interface"

    Erasmus University College Brussels - Yannick Verbelen

    "Power Path Designs for Harvesting Energy from Piezoelectric Transducer Arrays"

    University of Erlangen-Nuernberg - Kathrin Lorenz

    "Auxetic Lattice Structures of Piezoelectric Ceramics"

    Newcastle University - Delong Shang

    "Energy Modulated Computing for Energy Harvesting Systems"

    University of Kent - Osman Rakibet

    "Passive Assistive Technologies"

    Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin - Alexander Döring

    "Development and Optimising of Mechatronic Energy Harvesting Systems (MEHS)"

    Universitat Politènica de Catalunya - Manel Gasulla

    "Low Power MPPT for Energy Harvesters"

    Universita Politecnica delle Marche - Cristiano Scavongelli

    "Energy Harvesting while Running - NFC and Bluetooth for Full Electric Vehicles"