Workshop on Connected, Autonomously Powered Systems

April 11, 2014
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.


  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)


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 with any questions!

Organizing Committee

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

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