Heat and light for powering the Internet of Things

Harvestore is a new European project for the development of beyond-state-of-the-art technologies in the field of Internet of Things.
Our “μ-harvestorers” will be able to collect and store energy from heat and light at the same time, in order to serve a whole family of new-generation portable devices. They will be powerful, small, and environmental friendly.

A EUROPEAN NETWORK

Harvestore puts together some of the main actors of science and technology across Europe. Research, technology centers and advanced industries from 6 different countries have joined their efforts with the goal of opening-up a new technology paradigm in the world of IoT.

6 countries

11 research, technology and industrial centers

5 years

A detailed research and communication plan
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At the edge of science and technology

Nanoioncs and Iontronics

With Harvestore, we will fabricate new artificial materials with superior performance. Fast electrical conduction and high charge storage capacity will be achieved by taking advantage of nanoscale engineering.

Silicon Integration

Advanced science and mainstream fabrication techniques will be bridged by the use of silicon technology. Silicon combines unique properties of manufacturability, abundance and low environmental impact.

NEWS & EVENTS

New conference appointments at ICE Lausanne

New conference appointments at the International Conference on Electroceramics in Lausanne: today July 17th at h 12:00 "Nanostructured Ceramic Electrodes for Micro Energy Devices", tomorrow h 15:45 "Engineering Transport in Manganites by Tuning Local Nonstoichiometry at the Grain Boundaries", both by Albert Tarancon.

Harvestore at Solid State Ionics Conference

Harvestore partners will be present at Solid State Ionics Conference which is taking place in Pyeongchang (South Korea), from June 16 to June 21:

  • Monday 16/6 h 9:10, keynote talk by Albert Tarancon: "The role of grain boundaries in MIEC electrodes"
  • Monday 16/6 h 18:00, poster presented by A. Tarancon : " In-situ ellipsometry study of the defect chemistry in La1-xSrxFeO3-δ thin films"
  • Tuesday 17/6 h 18:00, poster presented by C. Pirovano: "In-situ Raman Spectroscopy: a tool to measure the oxygen exchange properties in oxide-ion conductors"

New paper out!

Nanostructured Materials and Interfaces for Advanced Ionic Electronic Conducting Oxides....available from our download page.