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Solid-liquid thermoelectric systems with uncorrelated properties


The project, UncorrelaTEd, aims to investigate and develop Solid-liquid thermoelectric (TE) systems with uncorrelated properties. The project aims at reaching unprecedented improvements in the heat-to-electricity energy conversion efficiency employing a novel combination of porous solid and liquid TE materials. The concept is meant be implemented across different families of TE materials (bismuth telluride alloys, oxides, and polymers), with the eventual goal of enabling TE technology to be implemented in areas such as self-powered sensors for the internet of things, smart textiles and wearable electronics.
  • Delivering an open source comprehensive code for nanostructured TE material

Source Code: Electron transport Monte Carlo code for porous media

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