Integrated Self-Powered Sensing Lab
Our research focuses on wireless sensing systems that harvest their own power allowing sensors and sensing systems to operate battery-free and completely untethered.
Shad Roundy receives NSF CAREER award
January 16, 2017
Shad Roundy was recently awarded the NSF CAREER award, an $500,000 award for early career researchers. The award is to study wireless power transfer for biomedical implants using magnetoelectric laminates.
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