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D - Energy-autonmous microsystems

The research fields A-C form the basis for the design of integrated systems. The challenges of the system integration of energy-autonomous, embedded microsystems is addressed in this research field D. The projects focus on the interaction of the basic components with the final goal to present fully autonomous devices.

 

Projects in the research field D: Energy-autonomous microsystems
D.1Energy self-sufficient MRI-sensors (Korvink Lab)
D.2Application-specific power supply for self-sufficient microsystems (Reindl Lab)
D.3Self-sufficient H2 pressure reducer (Müller, Reinecke Lab)
D.4Wireless electromagnetic energy havesting (Reindl Lab)
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