EPSRC Energy Harvesting Network

Energy Harvesting 2020

Date: 29 April 2020 25-27 November 2020
Location: Conference Aston, Birmingham, B4 7ET, United KingdomOnline via Microsoft Teams

The 10th annual Energy Harvesting Network Dissemination Event took place from 29 April 2020 25-27 November 2020, at Conference Aston in Birmingham, UK as a series of online webinars. The EH Network has registered members from over 400 companies/institutions and this annual event brings together academics, industrialists, policy stakeholders and end-users of EH technologies.

Webinar Recordings

Recordings from the webinar can be found on the Network's YouTube channel:


The full agenda is below:

  Wednesday 25 November, 2020
10:00-10:10 UTC Welcome address, introduction of speakers
10:10-10:40 UTC Energy Harvesting: A Practical Application with Gas Pressure Regulators
Martin Bragg, Honeywell
10:40-11:10 UTC EnABLES: Powering the Internet of Things - for free!
Alex Weddell, University of Southampton
11:10-11:40 UTC tba
Jonathan Siviter, TEConversion
11:40-12:00 UTC Kinetic Energy Harverter system embedded on a Drifter
Matias Carandell Widmer, Polytechnic University of Catalonia
  Thursday 26 November, 2020
10:00-10:10 UTC Welcome address, introduction of speakers
10:10-10:40 UTC High-efficiency photovoltaic energy harvesting for IoT applications
Matthias Kauer, Lightricity
10:40-11:10 UTC Rotational energy harvesting using nonlinear dynamics for self-powered sensing
Hailing Fu, Loughborough University
11:10-11:40 UTC Miniaturising IoT Sensors with Solid State Batteries and Energy Harvesting
Denis Pasero, Ilika
11:40-12:00 UTC tba
Eiko Baeumker, University of Freiburg
  Friday 27 November, 2020
10:00-10:10 UTC Welcome address, introduction of speakers
10:10-10:40 UTC tba
Paul Egan, 8power
10:40-11:10 UTC Adaptive Energy Harvesting Systems - Approaches and Challenges
Daniel Hoffman, Hahn-Schickard
11:10-11:50 UTC The next decade of Energy Harvesting
Panel and audience discussion
11:50-12:00 UTC Closing Address

The event was sponsored by the Innovate UK Knowledge Transfer Network, Aston University, and the University of Southampton.

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