Dr Geoff V. Merrett
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IEEE Sensors Journal Paper Among 25 Most Downloaded

6th August 2012

Today we were notified that our paper 'Modeling of Wireless Sensor Nodes Powered by Tunable Energy Harvesters: HDL-Based Approach' (a copy can also be downloaded from our institutional ePrints repository) is one of the 25 most downloaded Sensors Journal papers in the month of June 2012. Included in this ranking are all Sensors Journal papers published since its foundation, about 1000 papers in total.

The paper is a result of work done at Southampton as part of the Holistic Energy Harvesting project. This EPSRC-funded project involves four UK universities (Southampton, Newcastle, Imperial College, and Bristol) and over 25 researchers. Our IEEE Sensors Journal paper is just one of (at the time of writing) 34 papers published as a result of the project.

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25th February 2012
Being interviewed by BBC Arabic
Dr Sara Demain and I were interviewed by Nassim Ramadan of BBC Arabic's 4Tech show. 4Tech is considered to be the main Technology show in the Middle East and North Africa, watched by around 20 million people. During the interview, we explained our research into the use of tactile devices to help people regain movement and sensation when they are recovering from a stroke. The interview was a somewhat strange experience, with all questions first being asked in Arabic (for which we had no idea w... [more]

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