The NiPS – EnABLES School, bringing together international scientists from academia, research centers and industry in the subject area of Energy Harvesting, offers the opportunity to young researchers to be aware of the state of art and moreover to generate newly founded enthusiasm for groundbreaking technologies in the field of energy harvesting and energy transformation at micro and nanoscales, and its use for powering sensing and communicating devices.
Energy management in self-powered smart sensors and devices is required by IoT innovation, and this Summer School is a great opportunity to bring new blood to the power IoT community, a strategic way to prepare a new generation of “powering the IoT” researchers, encouraging collaborations and the comparison between different and complementary competences, not only for graduates and PhD students, but also for researchers from industry and academia.
The school is open to graduate students, post-docs, young researchers, and in general to all scientists and professionals interested in the physical foundations and practical applications of energy transformations at micro and nanoscales.
The Summer School will be organized in an hybrid modality: both in-presence and virtually.
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