Powering “Things” - developing efficient devices and system to generate, store and manage power in the micro-Watt to milli-Watt range - is one of the most significant challenges to the growth of the Internet of Things. At Tyndall, we are developing hybrid micro-power platforms for self-powered “Things” and smart systems. Key research themes include:
Energy Storage: Microbatteries for efficient storage, electrochemical supercapacitors for rapid storage and release and solid-state supercapacitors for on-chip power management applications
Power Management circuits and systems to interface energy harvesting and storage components with maximum efficiency and manage the dynamic power requirements of the smart system.
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