3rd Annual Energy Harvesting Society Meeting (EHS19) | The American Ceramic Society

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September 4 @ 8:00 am
September 6 @ 12:00 pm
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Falls Church Marriott Fairview Park
3111 Fairview Park Drive
Falls Church, VA 22042 United States
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Meeting Description

Energy harvesting has become the key to the future of wireless sensor and actuator networks for variety of applications including monitoring of temperature, humidity, light, and location of persons in the building, chemical/gas sensor, and structural health monitoring.

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Sponsor EHS 19

Technical Program

The 3rd annual meeting will feature for the first time, a diverse, all female slate of plenary lecturers, invited talks, and contributed talks within the topical areas below.  Click on Technical Program in the sidebar menu to view the symposia listing.

  • Energy Harvesting (Piezoelectric, Inductive, Photovoltaic, Thermoelectric, Electrostatic, dielectric, radioactive, electrets, etc.)
  • Energy Storage (Supercapacitors, Batteries, fuel cells, microbial cells, etc.)
  • Applications (Structural and Industrial Health Monitoring, Human Body Network, Wireless Sensor Nodes, telemetry, personal power, etc.)
  • Emerging Energy Harvesting Technologies (perovskite solar cells, shape memory engines, CNT textiles, thermomagnetics, bio-based processes, etc.)
  • Energy management, transmission and distribution; Energy efficient electronics for energy harvesters and distribution
  • Fluid-flow energy harvesting
  • Solar – thermal converters
  • Multi-junction energy harvesting systems
  • Wireless power transfer

Program Chairs


Shashank Priya
Penn State University, USA



Jungho Ryu
Yeungnam University, Korea



Yang Bai
University of Oulu, Finland


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