Elizabeth K. Reilly, Ph.D.

2007 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Mechanical, Robotics
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Paul K. Wright grad student 2007 UC Berkeley
 (Modeling and fabrication of a thin film piezoelectric microscale energy scavenging device.)
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Reilly EK, Burghardt F, Fain R, et al. (2011) Powering a wireless sensor node with a vibration-driven piezoelectric energy harvester Smart Materials and Structures. 20
Ho C, Evans J, Mark M, et al. (2009) Technologies for an autonomous wireless home healthcare system Proceedings - 2009 6th International Workshop On Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks, Bsn 2009. 29-34
Reilly EK, Wright PK. (2009) Modeling, fabrication and stress compensation of an epitaxial thin film piezoelectric microscale energy scavenging device Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering. 19
Reilly EK, Wright PK. (2007) Energy scavenging for body sensor networks Bodynets 2007 - 2nd International Icst Conference On Body Area Networks
Mitcheson PD, Reilly EK, Toh T, et al. (2007) Performance limits of the three MEMS inertial energy generator transduction types Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering. 17: S211-S216
Reilly EK, Miller LM, Wright PK. (2007) Optimizing on-chip piezoelectric energy scavenging for integration of medical sensors with low-power wireless networks Ifmbe Proceedings. 13: 111-115
Reilly EK, Carleton E, Wright PK. (2006) Thin film piezoelectric energy scavenging systems for long term medical monitoring Proceedings - Bsn 2006: International Workshop On Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks. 2006: 38-41
Zavaliche F, Zheng H, Mohaddes-Ardabili L, et al. (2005) Electric field-induced magnetization switching in epitaxial columnar nanostructures. Nano Letters. 5: 1793-6
Roundy S, Leland ES, Baker J, et al. (2005) Improving power output for vibration-based energy scavengers Ieee Pervasive Computing. 4: 28-36
Reilly EK, Carleton E, Roundy S, et al. (2004) Vibrational energy scavenging via thin film piezoelectric ceramics Advanced Materials For Energy Conversion Ii. 325-330
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