Welcome to Nowi Open Innovation Program

At Nowi we are passionate about striving for improvement through innovation. We believe that ideas grow and improve through collaboration. We also recognise that society stands to benefit enormously from new energy harvesting technology and that Nowi alone cannot entirely fulfil this promise. To maximise the speed of progress and potential of energy harvesting related technologies we need to look beyond our company’s walls. For this reason, Nowi supports academic research by providing our NH2 IC’s free of charge and offering direct support in the integration of the chips in the research being done. We strongly believe in the value and pioneering role of academic research and we are committed to support this. Nowi is already supporting research at the Embedded Systems Lab and Bio Electronics Lab at TU Delft. We would like to extend our support to the universities and labs around the world. That is why we have created the Nowi Open Innovation Program. We are excited to invite you to apply.
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Application Requirements

Nowi

Nowi energy harvesting solution is essential for your project success.

Open

You are willing to share about your project.

Innovation

Your project is based on a unique concept.

Application Requirements

Nowi

Nowi energy harvesting solution is essential for your project success.

Open

You are willing to share about your project.

Innovation

Your project is based on a unique concept.

How to Apply

Applications are now open. Fill out the application form and submit before the deadline of 1st September 2021. All the fields are required.

Selection Process

We will review all the applications and select the projects that meet the requirements best. The applicants will be notified before 1st November 2021 whether their projects have been selected or not.

Current Projects

Energy Harvesting with Peptide Nanotubes
Led by Dr. Sawsan Almohammed, University College Dublin, Ireland
Bio compatible energy harvesting based on peptide nanotubes with or without graphene oxide on flexible substrate.
LPWAN Weather Stations
Led by Dr. Scott Mills, James Cook University, Australia
Development and deployment of weather monitoring stations that measure
the temperature and humidity of a certain location.
Self Powered Smart Watch Enabled by Embedded Generator
Led by Dr. Wei Hsin Liao, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Energy harvesting system designed to power smart watches with an embedded miniature inductive generator.
Energy Autonomous Implantable Medical Devices
Led by Jinwei Zhao, University of Glasgow, Scotland
Photovoltaic-based energy harvesting solutions for under-the-skin medical sensors such as pacemakers.