NanoTherm4EHarv [no. 16723] is a project in the field of thermal energy conversion into electrical energy, based on two different physical phenomena: Seebeck Effect and the novel Spin Seebeck Effect [SSE].
1. Low-cost flexible and rigid thermoelectric technology for low temperature [<300ºC] and high temperatures [<600ºC], respectively;
2. New scalable printing processes for fabrication of thermoelectric devices using nanoparticle-based solutions;
3. Innovative heat harvesting devices using the SSE [Spin Seebeck Effect];
4. New thermoelectric device architectures;
5. Implementation of the developed devices in-situ/on-line at LIPOR.
Project Duration: January 2016 to December 2018
Eligible Cost: 194.412,00 €
European Union Funding:: 165.250,00€
Intervention Region: North of Portugal
- Flexible Printed thermoelectric devices based on hybrid materials.