Minisymposium (ID: SS-EHT)
Energy Harvesting Technologies
Organizers: Armaghan Salehian, University of Waterloo
In today's world troubled with all the energy crises, technologies which harvest, employ and store ambient energy have received much attention in the recent years. Wind turbines, solar batteries, solar cells and magneto-vibrating energy harvesting devices are examples of these technologies. Research concerning hybrid techniques to harvest energy which employ applications of smart materials will be highlighted in this session.
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