Triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG) is a promising technology because it can harvest energy from the environment to enable self-sustainable mobile and wearable electronic devices.
Development of Thermoelectric and Electromagnetic Hybrid Energy Harvester from Water Flow in an Irrigation System
A hybrid energy harvester is presented in this paper to harvest energy from water flow motion and temperature difference in an irrigating pipe at the same time.
This work reports the complete theoretical modeling, simulation, and experimental characterization of a self‐powered cursor based on triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG).
The Hybrid Integrated Flexible Electronic Systems (HiFES) program is an initiative by NUS and Faculty of Engineering to spearhead innovations in hybrid flexible electronics. We are looking for a customer service oriented administrative assistant to provide general administration, logistical and purchasing support to ensure the smooth operation of HiFES research center and nanofabrication facility.
NUS Engineering Secures S$4.9 million in Partnerships to Develop Next-generation Hybrid Flexible Electronics
NUS Engineering Secures S$4.9 Million in Partnerships to Develop Next-generation Hybrid Flexible Electronics.
Microfluidics has been the key component for many applications, including biomedical devices, chemical processors, microactuators, and even wearable devices.
NUS Engineering has launched a new $50 million research initiative, named Hybrid-Integrated Flexible Electronic Systems (HIFES), that will combine conventional rigid electronics with the latest flexible, stretchable electronics to create hybrid systems that will draw from the best of both worlds.