EPSRC Energy Harvesting Network

Energy Harvesting 2019

Date: 8th April 2019
Location: National Physical Laboratory, London, TW11 0JE, United Kingdom

The Energy Harvesting Network held its annual dissemination event on 08 April 2019, co-located with the Materials for Clean Energy Conference 2019. It was organised by the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Metamaterials of the University of Exeter, and co-organised by the Energy Harvesting Network. The event brought together academics, industrialists and end-users in these areas. Posters and presentations from the event can be found by following the links below:

Oral Presentations

  1. Bruno Ehrler, AMOLF, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Towards efficient and stable perovskite/silicon tandem solar cells
  2. Paolo Bondavalli, Thales, France, Graphene based supercapacitors fabricated using spray-gun deposition method
  3. Matias Carandell, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain, Kinetic energy harvester device for oceanic drifter applications
  4. Akshayaa Pandiyan, Imperial College London, UK, Performance Analysis of Amplified Piezoelectric Actuators (APA) for Energy Harvesting

Poster Presentations

  1. Eugenio Suena Galindez, Queen Mary University London, UK, Electrochemically Exfoliated Graphene Oxide for Thermoelectric Applications
  2. Sandra Dias, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Lisbon, Portugal, Flame-wall Interactions Influence on Thermoelectric Power Generation
  3. Kening Wan, Queen Mary University London, UK, Flexible and Stretchable Self-Powered Multi-Sensors Based on Thermoelectric Effect
  4. Edmund Chan, University of Exeter, UK, Optimisation of Band Gap Tuning of Hybrid Organic - Inorganic Perovskite Solar Cell
  5. Tao Wen, University of Chester, UK, Integration and Characterisation of Piezoelectric Macro-Fibre Composite on Wind Turbine Blades for Vibration Energy Harvesting
  6. William Ferguson, University of Exeter, UK, Auxetic Design in Vibration Energy Harvesting
  7. Miwon Kang, Imperial College London, UK, Hybrid thermal energy harvesting mechanism

Below are a selection of photos from the event:

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