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.
Just over 100 scientists from around the globe gathered Sept. 4–6, 2019, in Falls Church, Va., to share their research in energy harvesting at the 3rd Annual Energy Harvesting Society Meeting.
Penn State University, USA
Yeungnam University, Korea
University of Oulu, Finland
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