The team on ENGAGE includes Jasper de Winkel and Vito Kortbeek, both graduate researchers at TU Delft.
"Our work is the antithesis of the Internet of Things, which has many devices with batteries in them," said Hester. "Those batteries eventually end up in the garbage. If they aren't fully discharged, they can become hazardous. They are hard to recycle. We want to build devices that are more sustainable and can last for decades."
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