Dr. Soobum Lee named guest editor for the special issue of Electronics.
Dr. Lee will be reviewing papers in the area of Energy Harvesting Systems for Powering Wireless Sensors.
Message from the editor:
Development of energy harvesting devices should be carefully planned considering their target application. Powering wireless sensor nodes is the most attractive application of energy harvesting technology for various monitoring purposes for large-scale structures and machines such as bridges, railroad, wind turbines, and naval platforms, as well as biosystems, such as the human body and/or animals. An energy harvester needs to be designed to meet the power requirement of the sensor, and integrated with the sensor and a power management circuit for maximum power conversion and seamless
Original contributions including the state-of-the-art, point out the benefits of emerging technologies, experimental studies, or investigate the novel schemes and applications are welcome to submit. The topics of interest include, but
are not limited to the following:
- Integration of wireless sensor nodes with energy harvesters
- Power management circuit and power storage
- Battery science for minimum leakage
- Novel energy harvesting concept to meet the power requirements of a specific sensor(s)