CAM-IES Industry Workshop
CAM-IES Industry Workshop: Energy Harvesting for Wireless Sensors and the Internet of Things
DATE: Thursday 12 April 2018, 1.30 pm to 5.45 pm
VENUE: Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College, Cambridge, CB2 1TQ
INVITED TALKS BY:
* ARM (Anand Savanth - "Systems Design for Autonomous Wireless Devices")
* Cambridge Display Technology (Simon King - "Printable Thermoelectrics to Enable the Self-Powered IoT Revolution")
* Lightricity (Mathias Kauer - “High-efficiency Light Energy Harvesting for IoT Applications”)
* Perpetuum (Roy Freeland - “Electromechanical Energy Harvesting for Autonomous Wireless Devices”)
Registration and attendance are free for this event.
Old Combination Room, Trinity College (main site, via Porters' Lodge)
Energy Harvesting poster session
Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College annexe (opposite side of Trinity Street from main site)
CAM-IES Introduction from Henning Sirringhaus/Clare Grey
THERMOELECTRIC ENERGY HARVESTING
Mark Baxendale – “Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting”
CDT – Simon King – "Printable Thermoelectrics to Enable the Self-Powered IoT Revolution"
Thermoelectrics discussion (chair: Mark Baxendale)
ELECTROMECHANICAL ENERGY HARVESTING
Sohini Kar-Narayan – “Electromechanical Energy Harvesting”
Perpetuum – Roy Freeland – “Electromechanical Energy Harvesting for Autonomous Wireless Devices”
Electromechanical energy harvesting discussion (chair: Sohini Kar-Narayan)
OPTICAL ENERGY HARVESTING
Akshay Rao – “Optical Energy Harvesting”
Lightricity – Mattias Kauer - “High-efficiency Light Energy Harvesting for IoT Applications”
Optical energy harvesting discussion (chair: Akshay Rao)
ARM – Anand Savanth – “Systems Design Autonomous Wireless Devices”
Systems design discussion (chair: Henning Sirringhaus)
Final Remarks – Henning Sirringhaus/Clare Grey
TRAVEL BURSARIES FOR POSTER PRESENTATIONS
CAM-IES is pleased to offer travel bursaries to students and postdoctoral researchers submitting posters to this event (train fares will be reimbursed to poster presenters in the areas of: energy harvesting, sensor power systems, IoT and related fields).
Please send poster titles, affiliations and author lists to Lata Sahonta (email@example.com) by Friday 23 March 2018.
Wireless sensors and other autonomous IoT devices need to harvest sufficient energy from their environment so that they can operate reliably over years without requiring maintenance or battery changes. To ensure reliable energy supply under changing environmental conditions this may require combination of different forms of energy harvesting including light, electromagnetic, vibrational or thermoelectric energy harvesting, as well as careful design of the energy system including the battery and the energy harvester so that their operating characteristics are well matched to the low power microcontrollers used for recording and transmitting the relevant information.
The workshop will bring together academic experts with backgrounds in energy materials and devices with industrial partners from a range of industries including IoT, autonomous sensors for environmental sensing and healthcare, wearable electronics etc.
The workshop will begin with a session of presentations from both industrial and academic speakers, to outline the state-of-the-art and the technological and research challenges, followed by a discussion session to identify research opportunities and potential collaborations.