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Monday, November 16 • 9:00am - 5:00pm
SYMPOSIUM 2: Implementing Energy Harvesting & Higher Energy Efficiency Sensor Designs

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Any wirelessly connected sensor in IoT or wearable applications that uses a battery as its sole source of power must eventually deal with a battery replacement problem. Energy harvesting, converting the available energy from a variety of sources to electricity, provides an alternative to frequently changing batteries in these applications. However, energy-efficient design also plays an important role in any battery-powered sensor and improved batteries can help, too. Attendees of this symposium leave with a better understanding of how to use energy harvesting and other technologies for specific low-power sensing applications, including:
  • Tips and tricks to stay within the energy/power budget
  •    The newest techniques and technologies for energy harvesting
  •    Technology direction and insight from industry leaders
Organized and moderated by Randy Frank from Randy Frank & Associates.

Symposium Schedule:
9:00AM-9:15AM | Opening Remarks - Randy Frank, Randy Frank & Associates

9:15AM-10:00AM | Using Wireless Energy Harvesting Sensors to Enable Industrial IoT Applications - Pavan Mulabagal, ON Semiconductor

10:00AM-10:45AM | Vibration Energy Harvesting: The Back & Forth Between Research & Industry - Karim El-Rayes, University of Washington

10:45AM-11:00AM | Networking Break

11:00AM-11:45AM | Supercapacitors Enable Micro Energy Harvesters - Pierre Mars, CAP-XX

11:45AM-12:30PM | Tips & Tricks for Using Ultra Lower Power MCUs - Patrick Kennedy, Microchip Technology Inc.

12:30PM-1:30PM | Lunch

1:30PM-2:15PM | Implementing Long Range Wireless Power: RF Power Transmission, RFID & Energy Harvesting - Charles Greene, Powercast Corporation


2:15PM-3:00PM | Coming Soon

3:00PM-3:15PM | Networking Break

3:15PM-4:00PM | Solid-State Micro Batteries for Energy Harvesting Applications - Denis Pasero, Ilika

4:00PM-4:45PM | Energy Harvesting to Mitigate the 5G Power Gap - Brian Zahnstecher, PowerRox

4:45PM-5:00PM | 5GRM-Energy - Brian Zahnstecher, PowerRox 

Moderators
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Randy Frank

President, Randy Frank & Associates, Ltd.

Speakers
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Karim El-Rayes

Research Engineer, University of Washington
Karim El-Rayes has been researching energy harvesting for a decade. Most of his research is mainly focused on kinetic energy harvesting from vibrations. Where he co-authored over 10 publications in the field of vibration energy harvesting and related fields.Karim is a Ph.D. candidate... Read More →
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Charles Greene

Chief Operating & Technical Officer, Powercast Corporation
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Patrick Kennedy

Marketing Applications Engineer, Microchip Technology Inc.
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Pierre Mars

VP Quality & Applications Engineering, CAP-XX Pty Ltd
Pierre has over 40 years of hardware and embedded software design experience. He has been with CAP-XX for 19 years where he is responsible for development of new supercapacitor applications. Prior to joining CAP-XX he held senior technical positions with Racal Defence Electronics... Read More →
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Pavan Mulabagal

IoT Strategy & Marketing, ON Semiconductor
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Denis Pasero

Product Commercialisation Manager, Ilika plc
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Brian Zahnstecher

Principal, PowerRox
Brian Zahnstecher is a Sr. Member of the IEEE, Chair (Emeritus) of the IEEE SFBAC Power Electronics Society (PELS) awarded 2017 Best Chapter awards at the local/national/worldwide levels concurrently (an unprecedented achievement), sits on the Power Sources Manufacturers Association... Read More →


Monday November 16, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm AKST
Meeting Room 211AB