Speaker Lineup + Workshop Schedule

Presentation/Slide Templates (PPT)

Confirmed Speakers

Second Wave Announcement

Sebastian BaderMid Sweden University (MIUN), SwedenTowards Self-powered Smart Sensors in Hydraulic Motors
Luc FrechetteUniversité de Sherbrooke, CanadaThe ‘billion sensors’ opportunity: powering automotive sensors with high power density MEMS vibration energy harvesters
Ronald de GraffNawa Technologies, FranceHow to turbo charge the Internet of Things with Ultra Capacitors and Energy Harvesting
Ram RajagopalanPennsylvania State University, USAHigh energy density Lithium ion capacitor for pulsed load current applications
Saibal RoyTyndall National Institute, IrelandMEMS Energy Harvesting & Conversion Devices enabled by patterned super-magnets leading to Internet of Things (IoT)
Cristina RusuResearch Institutes of Sweden (RISE), SwedenEnergy Harvesting Research at RISE

First Wave Announcement

Patrick MercierUniversity of California San Diego, USAKEYNOTE: Energy Harvesting and Self-Powered Sensing for Miniaturized IoT and “Unawareable” Devices
Baoxing ChenAnalog Devices Inc.KEYNOTE: Powering the IoT: An Energy Harvesting Perspective
Veena MisraASSIST Center, NCSU, USAKEYNOTE: Self-Powered Wearable Sensors for Health and Environmental Monitoring
Sami OukassiCEA LETI, FranceMillimeter scale electrochemical energy storage devices for pairing with EH: a step towards enabling miniature autonomous WSNs
Séamus O’ DriscollTyndall National Institute, Ireland180nm CMOS Buck-Boost Converter with Mixed Signal Control for 1uW to 100mW Power Conversion
Meiling ZhuUniv of Exeter, UKTransforming Vibration into Usable Electricity to Continuously Power the Wireless Sensor Systems for Critical Asset Monitoring
Elisabetta BocoWisepower, ItalyHybrid solar/vibrational energy harvesting
Valeria NicoStokes, University of Limerick, IrelandVibrational energy harvesting for Industrial IoT Applications
David ArnoldUniversity of Florida, USAElectrodynamic Wireless Power Transfer for Charging through Conductive Media
Roberto LaRosaST Microelectronics, ItalyAn Ultra-Low-Power MPPT technique for maximum Power Conversion Efficiency in systems power through Energy Harvesting and Wireless Power Transfer