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2014 Energy Summit: Powering the Internet of Things

UT Dallas

Monday, January 27, 2014 at 7:00 PM - Wednesday, January 29, 2014 at 12:00 AM (CST)

2014 Energy Summit: Powering the Internet of Things

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ENERGY SUMMIT 2014 
“Powering the Internet of Things”

Jan. 27 – 29, 2014
The University of Texas at Dallas
TI Auditorium ECSS 2.102

Inter-device connectivity is exploding! Exponential growth in smart devices is causing a surge for sensor technology incorporation. Harvesting ambient energy to power wireless devices is a promising solution to eliminate the need for replaceable batteries and hardwiring.

Keynote Speaker: 
Orlando Auciello
President of the Materials Research Society
Endowed Chair Professor in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science

Abstract submissions are encouraged.
For more information and submission instructions visit here.

For abstract submissions or questions, e-mail: energy@utdallas.edu 

 Agenda:

Monday – January 27th (Energy Summit)

19:00 - 21:00                       Welcome reception

(Renaissance Dallas Richardson Hotel

900 E. Lookout Drive · Richardson, Texas 75082 USA)

               

Tuesday - January 28th (Energy Summit) – TI Auditorium (UT Dallas Jonsson School)

7:00        Breakfast and Registration

8:00        Welcome Remarks - Walter Voit

8:30        Plenary: Mario Romero (UT Arlington) - Implantable Peripheral Nerve Sensors for       the Control and Feel of Robotic Limbs

9:00        Plenary: David Peterson(Nissan) - Driving in a Connected World

9:30        Plenary: Srinath Hosur (TI) - Perpetual Sensor Nodes: A Case Study and Future                                 Directions

10:00     Break

10:30     Introduce Keynote

10:45     Keynote Address: Orlando Auciello (UT Dallas/MRS) - Science and Technology of  Integrated Oxide Piezoelectric/Ultrananocrystalline Diamond Films: Films Synthesis  and Integration into Piezoelectric Actuated Energy Harvesting and Biosensors

11:45     Box Lunch

13:15     1st Technical Session

                 13:15     Babak Fahimi (UT Dallas) - Piezo-actuators Used for Circuit                                                             Multiplexing

                 13:45     Ray Baughman (UT Dallas) - Thermo-mechanical Energy Harvesting                         From Waste Heat and Environmental Temperature Changes

                 14:15     Walter Voit  (UT Dallas) - How Engineered Materials and Low Power                                                   Electronics are Enabling the Ubiquitous Sensor Revolution

                 14:45     Yves Chabal(UT Dallas) - Advanced Materials for Energy Harvesting,                                                 Storage and Release

 15:15     Break

 15:45     2nd Technical Session

                 15:45     Bruce Gnade (UT Dallas) - Applications of Flexible Electronics

                 16:15     Anastasia Shcherbakova(UT Dallas) - Economics of the Internet of                                                  Things: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

                 16:45     Jason Slinker (UT Dallas) - Improving Light-Emitting Electrochemical                                                 Cells with Ionic Additives

 17:15     Move to Poster Session (UT Dallas ECSN Atrium)

 17:30     Poster Session and Reception

 19:30     Conclude for the Evening

 

Tue. afternoon & Wed. morning Nissan Leaf Drive and Ride Demonstration (Lot J)


Wednesday - January 29th (Energy Summit) – TI Auditorium (UT Dallas Jonsson School)

  7:00        Breakfast and Registration

  8:00        3rd Technical Session

  8:00        Jens Twiefel (Liebniz) - Utilization of Thin-film Coils for Rotational Energy                                           Harvesting Devices

  8:30        Jon Craven (UT Dallas) - Fabrication and Characterization of Flexible, Wearable                                 ZnO Biosensors

  8:45        Michael Jacobs (UT Dallas) - Tailoring of Nanotextured Zinc Oxide Thin Films                                     for Enhanced Biosensing    

  9:00        Kevin Huang(UT Dallas) - Research about PVDF Pyroelectric Generator

  9:15        Sara Rupich (UT Dallas) - Utilizing Nanocrystal/Silicon Heterostructures for Light                                 Harvesting Device

  9:30         Kui Tan (UT Dallas) - Mechanism of Preferential Adsorption of SO¬2 Into                                            Microporous Paddle Wheel Frameworks M(bdc)(ted)0.5

  9:45         Dragan Avirovik (VT) - Miniature Shape Memory Alloy Heat Engine for Powering                                  Wireless Sensor Nodes

 10:00       Break

 10:30       4th Technical Session

                 10:30     Muhamad Hajj (VT) - Overview of the Center for Energy Harvesting                                                     Materials and Systemd

                 11:00     Roop Mahajan (VT) - Energy Initiatives at Virginia Tech

                 11:30     JamesCotton (McMaster) - Energy Harvesting Efforts at McMaster                                                     University

                 12:00     Foster Agblevor (Utah) - Pyrolytic Production of Transportation Biofuels

 12:30     Present Poster Awards

 12:45     Closing Remarks and Dismiss for Lunch

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The University of Texas at Dallas TI Auditorium (ECSN 2.102)
800 Drive A
Richardson, TX 75080

Monday, January 27, 2014 at 7:00 PM - Wednesday, January 29, 2014 at 12:00 AM (CST)


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