EnABLES Newsletter

EnABLES Newsletter Issue 6 – July 2020

 

 

 

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EnABLES is Open for Access

As our lives start to return to the new normal we want you to know that our research programme has been open, operating and accepting proposals throughout this time. We are sending your proposals to our evaluation panel for review and currently have 2 proposals under formal review.

Apply now: https://www.enables-project.eu/offer/how-to/

Please avail of this opportunity by informing your research colleagues to keep up in touch, engage and submit your ideas to us while we start our journey to open labs across our partner sites.

 

 


New Simulation Tool

A new resource for the VA users has been implemented in the RealVibrations repository: a simulation tool which allows the users to upload a vibrational signal, and to calculate the simulated energy which could be harvested by a piezoelectric inductive oscillator, with the possibility to change the oscillator parameters. The simulation tool is currently in his basic version, but it will be furtherly improved.

 


EnABLES Virtual Access 

Real Vibrations (NiPS, Perugia University)

 

 

 

If you are not a registered VA user, please submit an enquiry requesting access to Vibration Databases to become one.


Summer Series Webinars – kicks off this week

We are delighted to host two webinars about IoT Case Studies & Energy Harvesting Databases on 22nd and 29th July respectively.

You have free registration to either or both webinars & can also submit questions which will be answered during the live Q&A session.

 


Register here 


Wednesday 22nd July 2020, 15:00 CEST
Energy Harvesting Solutions in Real World Use Cases
Speakers: Dr Peter Spies from Fraunhofer IIS, Mike Hayes & Peter Haigh from Tyndall National Institute.


Wednesday 29th July 2020, 15:00 CEST
Vibrations Databases and Simulation tools for Energy Harvesting Applications
Speakers: Dr Francesco Cottone from Perugia University and Dr Alex Weddell from the University of Southampton.

 


Links to our YouTube Channel

We have created a dedicated EnABLES YouTube channel where you can access/catch up with our previous webinars along with technical information about some of our infrastructure offers.

 

Link: EnABLES YouTube Channel 

 

 



 


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