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IET Seminar: All power is theft: Innovative power management

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IET One day seminar (students are free)

With increased demand for ever smaller products and increased environmental awareness of power usage it is becoming increasingly important to manage power efficiently. As this trend continues designers need to consider novel architectures and techniques for power management. This seminar brings together university research and information from leading companies to present information on how to use mobile technology effectively together with new innovative power management techniques.

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09:45 Keynote Dr Richard McMahon – University of Cambridge

10:30 Battery technologies Graham Verity – GP Batteries

11:30 Supercaps in mobile communications Professor Gehan Amaratunga – University of Cambridge

12:15 Digital power solutions, novel digital control and feedback techniques Kevin Bilke – Maxim

14:00 Power challenges in Mobile SOC Ashley Crawford – ARM

14:45 Low power RF Robert Milner – Cambridge Consultants Ltd

15:45 Ultra low-power ‘self powered’ optical communications Dr Dominic O’Brien – University of Oxford

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