Posters

  • Valeria Nico, University of Limerick, “Multiple Degree-of-Freedom Vibrational Energy Harvester Multi-VIBE”
  • Heiko Reith, IFW Dresden, “Integrated Micro-Thermoelectric Modules for Local Heat Management”
  • William Ferguson, University of Exeter, “Auxetic Enhancement of Vibration Energy Harvesting”
  • Peter Woias, IMTEK-University of Freiburg, “Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting for Powering Wireless Sensor Nodes: from low-temperature to high-temperature applications”
  • Watcharapong Paosangthong, University of Southampton, “Performance Comparison Between Different Materials and Operation Modes of Triboelectric Nanogenerator”
  • Ausrine Bartasyte, FEMTO-ST ITN ENHANCE, “Piezoelectric Energy Harvesters for Self-Powered Automotive Sensors: from Advanced Lead-Free Materials to Smart Systems (2017-2021)”
  • James Rohan, Tyndall National Institute, “Nanoscale Cathode Materials for High Power Microbatteries”
  • Raphaël Salot, CEA-Leti, “EnSO (Energy for Smart Objects) EU Project”   
  • Oskar Olszewski, Tyndall National Institute, “Spatial Dependence of a Piezo-magnetic MEMS harvester Relative to the Electromagnetic Source”
  • Martin Kluge, Fraunhofer IPM / Imperial College / Airbus, “Dynamic Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting in Aircraft”
  • Gerd vom Bögel, Fraunhofer IMS, “Wireless Sensor System for Industrial Applications Powered by Thermoelectric Generator”
  • Philip Schmidt, Fraunhofer IMS, “Boost & Fly – RF Powering of Wireless Sensors for Industry 4.0”
  • Tracy Brennan, Boston Scientific Limited, COMPOSITION – Conditional Monitoring and Asset Tracking Sensors for Industry 4.0″
  • Cian O’Shea, Tyndall National Institute, “RECO2ST – WSN Power Modelling and Optimisation Tool for Retrofitting Intelligent Building Energy Efficiency Systems”
  • Bobby Bornemann, Tyndall National Institute, “MOEEBIUS – Low Power Multi-radio Wireless Sensor Platform Enabling Optimisation of Radios, Sensors and Energy Harvesting”
  • Ruth Houlihan, Tyndall National Institute / MCCI, “MEMS Piezoelectric Vibrational Energy Harvester – Characterisation for MISCHIEF Platform Gen II”
  • Tim Daly, Tyndall National Institute / MCCI, “MISCHIEF – Design Techniques for Ultra Low Quiescent Power Controller”
  • Paul Roseingrave, Tyndall National Institute, “EnABLES – EU Research Infrastructure Program ‘Powering the Internet of Things’”