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Performance of III–V Solar Cells as Indoor Light Energy Harvesters
Energy-harvesting systems provide power autonomy to individual wireless sensor nodes, allowing simpler deployment, as compared with wired nodes and longer lifetimes than battery-powered ones. IndoorExpand
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A Vision for Thermally Integrated Photonics Systems
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Thermal management has traditionally been relegated to the last step in the design process. Expand
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Social Work and Spirituality
Social work in modern society requires practitioners to be culturally and spiritually sensitive. This book explores the often challenging relationships between spirituality, religion and social work.Expand
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Change, challenge and choice: being a student mentor
Purpose – This collaborative project, undertaken in the context of higher education in England, examined students’ motivations for undertaking a voluntary extra‐curricular mentoring role with youngExpand
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Student Views on Good Practice in Social Work Education
This article focuses on the delivery of a social work degree programme in England, one of the constituent jurisdictions of the United Kingdom, and explores student perceptions of their learningExpand
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Your Social Work Practice Placement: From Start to Finish
Embarking on a first practice placement can be an anxious experience for social work students. This textbook takes them step-by-step through the process, holding their hand through preparation forExpand
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GaAs solar cells for Indoor Light Harvesting
GaAs solar cells are the highest efficiency single-junction photovoltaic technology. Their wide bandgap lends them to efficient conversion of indoor light. In this paper GaAs solar cells areExpand
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Long Range Battery-Less PV-Powered RFID Tag Sensors
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In this paper, we present an approach to use photovoltaics (PV) to augment the available energy at the tag to improve read range and sensing capabilities. Expand
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Technology and market perspective for indoor photovoltaic cells
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We provide an overview of this burgeoning field focusing on the technical challenges that remain to create energy autonomous sensors at viable price points and to overcome the commercial challenges for individual photovoltaic technologies to accelerate their market adoption. Expand
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Self‐Powered Sensors Enabled by Wide‐Bandgap Perovskite Indoor Photovoltaic Cells
We present a new approach to ubiquitous sensing for indoor applications, using high-efficiency and low-cost indoor perovksite photovoltaic cells as external power sources for backscatter sensors. WeExpand
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