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Manel Gasulla, professor de l'EETAC, presentarà el IEEE Webinar "Energy Harvesting for Autonomous Sensors"

El professor de l'EETAC Manel Gasulla presentarà el IEEE Webinar "Energy Harvesting for Autonomous Sensors" el dijous 19 de desembre a les 12:00h.
Manel Gasulla, professor de l'EETAC, presentarà el IEEE Webinar "Energy Harvesting for Autonomous Sensors"

El professor de l'EETAC Manel Gasulla Forner presentarà el IEEE Webinar "Energy Harvesting for Autonomous Sensors"  el dijous 19 de desembre a les 12:00h.


Abstract: Autonomous sensors are wireless measurement systems used in multiple applications from healthcare to environmental monitoring. A large number of autonomous sensors still rely on primary batteries for their power supply. A proposed alternative, not exempt of challenges, is to harvest the energy from the surrounding environment (e.g. radiant, thermal, mechanical) or from intentional energy transmitters. This webinar first presents the basic building blocks of an energy harvester and design rules to take into account. Then, different types of energy transducers, conditioning circuits, and storage devices are introduced. Finally, some commercial energy harvesters are presented. Research carried out in this area by the presenter’s group will also be embedded and highlighted.


About Manel Gasulla Forner: He was born in Vinaròs, Spain, on May 26, 1967. He received the Engineer (MEng) and Doctor Engineer (PhD) degrees in Telecommunications from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC BarcelonaTech), Barcelona, in 1992 and 1999, respectively. Since 1993 he has been with the UPC, where he is an associate professor, engaged in teaching on Analog and Power Electronics and Electronic Instrumentation. In 2001- 2002 he was a Visiting Postdoctoral Fellow at the Electronic Instrumentation Laboratory, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands. His research interests include capacitive sensors, direct sensor-to-microcontroller interfaces, and energy harvesting and wireless power transfer circuits for autonomous sensors. Presently, he leads the research group e-CAT (Electronic Transducers and Interfaces), which focuses on new electronic circuits applied to transducers for signal and power processing with the aim of developing energyautonomous smart sensors. He is co-author of more than 70 papers in journals and conferences, seven Spanish patents, several chapters in books and the book Powering Autonomous Sensors (Springer, 2011). ORCID ID: 0000- 0002-0364-6806.


Els enllaços per registrar-se i connectar-se al Webinar són els següents (el meeting number és 596 734 504 i el meeting password hr3qhnix):

La connexió al webinar no estarà disponible fins 15 minuts abans de l'hora prevista de començament (no així el registre que es pot fer abans).

En cas que sigui la primera vegada que s'assisteix a un Webinar del IEEE convé connectar-se una mica abans de les 12:00h ja que caldrà instal·lar una petita aplicació. 

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