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Motivation

We are already dependent on the smooth and automized operation of distributed microsystems to a high degree. In the future distributed networks of complex devices will become even more relevant. Up to now, the majority of distributed systems is powered by electrical wires or from batteries. However, both concepts are limited applicable in case of very large networks or if the devices are hardly accessible. With the increase of distributed complex networks alternative power supply concepts are needed.

In this context, micro energy harvesting represents an innovative and promissing approach to electrically supply embedded microsystems. The research activties of the PhD program GRK1322 "Micro Energy Harvesting" are grouped in four research fields. The fields A-C from the first funding phase are accompanied by the field D in this renewal phase.

 

research fields

Reserach fields of the PhD program


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