Workshop on Connected, Autonomously Powered Systems

April 11, 2014
9:00am-4:30pm
Location: Davis Auditorium

Workshop on Connected, Autonomously Powered Systems

Presented by the New York Section IEEE EDS/SSCS Joint Chapter

A one-day in-depth discussion of the issues required to address the challenge of bringing energy harvesting, wireless communication, and self-powered systems to market. The program includes a series of exciting invited speakers, networking opportunities, and a student poster session.

Schedule

  1. Breakfast, registration, poster setup (8:00-9:00am)
  2. Morning presentations (9:00am-12:15pm):
    • Prabal Dutta (Michigan): Realizing the Next Computing Class
    • Suman Datta (Penn State University): Emerging Devices for Energy Efficient Electronics
    • Gil Zussman (Columbia University): Networking Energy Harvesting Nodes - Measurements, Algorithms, and Prototyping
  3. Lunch (12:15-1:30pm)
  4. Afternoon presentations (1:30-4:30pm):
    • Juin Liou (University of Central Florida): Recent Development on Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Protection of Low-Voltage RF Integrated Circuits
    • Peter Kinget (Columbia University): Ultra Low Power, Short Range Wireless Communications: from Using RF Pulses to Ultrasound Clicks
    • Naveen Verma (Princeton): Sensing on a Very Large Scale: Bringing CMOS Together with Thin-Film Electronics for Complete Systems
  5. Reception (4:30-5:30pm)

Directions

The event will be held in Davis Auditorium, which is on the 4th floor of Schapiro-CEPSR on Columbia's Morningside campus. Directions are available here.

We highly recommend use of public transportation if possible - the campus is adjacent to the #1 station at West 116th Street.

Parking is available at the Riverside Church garage at the corner of Claremont Avenue and West 120th Street.

Please don't hesitate to contact johnkym@ee.columbia.edu with any questions!

Organizing Committee

Profs. Harish Krishnaswamy, John Kymissis, Mingoo Seok (Columbia University)


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