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Vibration Energy Harvesting

April 10 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

The automotive industry, for instance, uses semi-active and active suspension systems to recover part of the vibration in the suspension and convert it into electrical energy.
This presentation will focus on the discrete and integrated vibration interface circuits used to interface to vibration harvesters.
This includes patented circuits developed in 180nm Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor (CMOS) to harvest from low voltage, low current vibration harvester outputs. Applications for vibration harvesting such as bridge-based harvesting, animal-based harvesting, and human-based harvesting will be explored as well as the challenges in the commercialization of vibration energy harvesting systems will be discussed.
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Co-sponsored by: Waterloo Technical Society
Speaker(s): James McCullagh,
Agenda:
5:30 PM Social
6:00 PM Dinner
7:15 PM Presentation
Dinner Reservations:
Email to reservations@waterlootechnicalsociety.org (preferred)
Please make reservations by 11:00 am, Monday April 8, 2024. Guests are always welcome.
You are welcome to make a reservation for dinner or just come to the presentation.
A presentation-only reservation is appreciated for a head count to ensure enough seats and to have a name tag for you.
Meal: Dinner includes dinner roll, water, soda pop, coffee or tea..
Salad with French or Ranch Dressing
Fried Chicken
Mash Potatoes with Chicken Gravy
Green Beans
Ice Cream
Meal price: $22.00 includes meeting room, tax and gratuity.
Since this is the first meeting of 2024, membership dues of $20 will be collected (except for new members – first year is forgiven).
Don't forget that the meeting location has changed to the Cedar Falls Family Restaurant,
Cedar Falls Family Restaurant, 2627 Center Street, Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States, 50613