2nd UK-Japan Workshop on Energy Harvesting


 This workshop is for stimulating joint effort between industry and academia in UK and Japan, and supported by UK Embassy in Japan. In the first workshop held in the University of Tokyo in September 2012, fruitful discussion was made among 80 attendees from both sides. We encourage people both in academia and industry to attend this unique workshop!

1st UK-Japan Workshop on Energy Harvesting

Date:2013.7.20 (Sat)
Venue: The University of Tokyo, Hongo, Campus, Engineering Building 2, 1st floor, Room 212
Map: http://www.u-tokyo.ac.jp/campusmap/cam01_04_03_j.html
Registration fee: 3,000 JPY
Fee for networking reception: 3,000 JPY

Registration: Please contact ukjp@mesl.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp


  10:00 Opening  
  10:05 Alex Efimov
(Energy Harvesting Special Interest Group)
Energy Harvesting Special Interest Group:supporting innovation in the UK
  10:25 Keiji Takeuchi
(NTT Data Institute of Management Consulting)
Energy Harvesting Consortium in Japan
  10:45 Des Gibson
(Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd)
Ultra-Low Power Consumption Energy Harvesting Compatible Non-Dispersive Infra-Red CO2 Gas Sensor for use in Wireless Deployed Applications
  11:15 Shuichi Funahashi
(Murata Manufacturing)
Multilayer Type Thermoelectric Generator for Wireless Sensor Network
  11:45 Lunch break (–13:00)
  13:00 Kesorn Pechrach Weaver
(Ronsek Limited)
Energy Harvesting from Human Body
  13:30 Hirokuni Hachiuma
BiTe-based Thermoelectric Device for Energy Harvesting
  14:00 Jay Wadhawan
(University of Hull)
Chemical Robotics: Empowering Electrochemical Systems for the Evolution of Autonomous Devices
  14:30 Yuji Suzuki
(The University of Tokyo)
Electret Energy Harvester Alliance
  15:00 Paul Mitcheson
(Imperial College London)
Power without Wires: Radiative Energy Harvesting and Wireless Power Transfer
  15:30 Hirokazu Kamoda
Energy Harvesting from Multiple Ambient RF Sources
  16:00 Closing  



  See you again in next workshop in London in December 2013!


Professor Yuji Suzuki, Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Tokyo

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