Kentaro Matsuura (D2), Department of Electrical Engineering, received "Best Interactive Presentation Award"
On 17th November 2021, Kentaro Matsuura (D2), Department of Electrical Engineering, received "Best Interactive Presentation Award"
＜Name of award and short explanation about the award＞
IEICE Cross-Field Research Association of Super-Intelligent Networking (RISING2021)
”Best Interactive Presentation Award”
＜About awarded research＞
Kentaro Matsuura, Koeru Shin, Daisuke Kobuchi, Yoshiaki Narusue, and Hiroyuki Morikawa, "Study on Synchronization Strategy for Maximizing Received Power in Distributed Microwave Wireless Power Transfer Systems, " Cross-Field Research Association of Super-Intelligent Networking (RISING2021), no.67, Nov. 2021.
Distributed cooperative microwave power transfer (DMPT) has attracted much attention due to its scalability of the power transfer area and its safety provided by pinpoint power transfer. According to our analysis, the synchronization period between power transmitters is an important parameter affecting the performance of DMPT. This study analyzed the trade-off between the fast response of the synchronization circuit and its accuracy and proposed a quick and easy-to-use design method of the synchronization period maximizing the received power.
＜Your impression & future plan＞
I am very honored to receive this award. At present, we are in the early stages of investigating DMPT systems. We will continue to work on the research and development of technologies that will contribute to the early practical application of DMPT systems.