Microenergetic systems based on energy harvesting from nonstable voltage sources of various physical nature
In the lecture, the concepts of systems with energy harvesting for microelectronic devices will be introduced. The prototype of the system based on converter microcontroller capable of continuously converting different types ofenergy (mechanical, chemical, biological, solar, radiofrequency, acoustical, thermal, radiation, etc) into the electric current will be described. The operation of a biofuel microbe element as an example of nonstable electricity source will be demonstrated. A supercapacitor based on nanomaterials will be presented as an energy harvesting element.
Professor Iren Kuznetsova is principal scientific researcher of Kotelnikov Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics of Russian Academy of Science (Moscow). She is world well known specialist in field of acoustoelectronics, radiophysics and nanoelectronics. She is author more than 150 scientific publications in scientific journals. She is Chief of a few scientific proposals founded by Russian Basic Research Foundation and Russian Science Foundation. She is involved in international joint projects and her scientific group collaborates with groups from China, Italy, Japan, Taiwan,India, etc.Prof. Iren is Head of PhD department of her Institute, professor of Russian Academy of Science.