The University of Southampton Malaysia would like to celebrate the achievement of our proud alumnus, Dr. Mahmoud Wagih Mohamed for securing a £200,000 grant from the Government Office for Science and the Royal Academy of Engineering.
Harvesting energy from sunlight or vibrations could lead to battery-free electronics. Yet, it can only generate sufficient output where ambient power is present. Dr. Wagih's research aims to enable a single energy-harvesting source to power many co-located ‘satellite’ systems through safe, robust and efficient radio frequency power transmission.
This research is carried out alongside industrial partners including the semiconductor leader Arm, creating new RF-powered computers. Perpetuum, part of Hitachi Rail, aims to combine RF power transmission with energy harvesting for long-term condition monitoring.
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