Monthly Archives: November 2015

Proteus at the Optics Valley seminar

Bois-Colombes, France
On November 27th, ESIEE Paris joined the debates during the Optics Valley seminar organized by the eponymous high technology cluster and hosted by IBM. […]

Proteus at the WssTP Brokerage and Working groups events

Brussels, Belgium
On November 23-24th, PROTEUS get involved in the WssTP H2020 Brokerage and WG event 2015. […]

Proteus at the Green City Business 2015

Marne-La-Vallée, France
On November 12th, IFSTTAR represented the consortium on its own stand during the Green City Business event held near Paris, France. […]

Proteus at the 10th expo conference on water

Lisbon – Portugal
On November 11th and 12th, SMAS Almada participated in the 10th edition dealing with the future of the portuguese water sector and especially how restructuring and innovation may acts in the current mutation context? […]

Proteus at the Info day on Smart cities & communities

Brussels, Belgium
On November 6th, Wings Ict Solutions participated in the Smart Cities & Communities Info Day […]

Proteus at the Aquatech & AquaMatch Amsterdam events

Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Alongside the International Water Week (On November 3rd – 6th), Wings Ict Solutions on behalf of PROTEUS project, participated in two main events gathering international water technology professionals: Aquatech and AquaMatch. […]

Effect of boundary conditions on piezoelectric buckled beams for vibrational noise harvesting

Cottone, F. ; Mattarelli, M. ; Vocca, H. ; Gammaitoni, L. , The European Physical Journal Special Topics, Volume 224, Issue 14-15, nov-15,  Springer […]

A low voltage low power temperature sensor using a 2nd order delta-sigma modulator

Quendera, F. ; Paulino, N. Conference on Design of Circuits and Integrated Systems (DCIS) nov-15 IEEE

Improving the efficiency of a 2/1 SC DC-DC converter using the parasitic capacitances

Madeira, R. ; Paulino, N., Conference on Design of Circuits and Integrated Systems (DCIS),  nov-15, IEEE
Switched capacitor (SC) DC-DC converters can be used to convert an input voltage range into a fixed output voltage value. The efficiency of these circuits depends on the ratio between the input and output voltages and on the parasitic capacitances […]