Development of Graphene-based RF Energy Harvesters on Paper


Faculty Advisor: Tomas Palacios
Mentor(s): Lili Yu
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Research Area(s): Materials and Devices
In this project, we will use graphene and other two-dimensional materials to demonstrate RF energy harvesting devices on a flexible substrate such as PEN or paper. These devices will be one of the key components in a new generation of high performance and low cost sensors.

The main tasks of this project are:

1. Design and simulation of proposed RF energy harvesting device.
2. Transfer of graphene material to paper or PEN.
3. Fabrication of graphene devices at the Microsystems Technology Laboratories.
4. Characterization of the fabricated grapheneRF energy harvester.

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