This project focuses on thermoelectric energy harvesting technology and the overall end-application implementation

Project Insights

  • €71,985

    Total Project Costs
  • 1 yr

    Project Duration
  • 2018

    Year Funded

Project Description

This project will focus on the process optimization and characterization of existing Analog Devices Thermoelectric (TE) energy harvesting technology as well as the overall end-application implementation. TE energy harvesters which convert otherwise wasted heat into electrical energy are an attractive energy source for low-power microelectronics. This project is broadly linked to analog devices More than Moore strategy, the development of non-traditional sensors, actuators and systems using integrated circuit technology and innovative materials and processes.

Project Details

Total Project Cost: €71,985

Funding Agency: Science Foundation Ireland (SFI)

Year Funded: 2018

Lead Organisation: University of Limerick (UL)

Rachel Gleeson

Lead Researcher