1 Nanostructured Energy Conversion for Low power Energy Harvesting Devices and Beyond for High power Sun to fiber' Solar Devices Michael Oye and Nobuhiko Nobby Kobayashi Advanced Studies Laboratories and Department of Electrical Engineering, University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC) NASA Ames Research hcenter, Moffett Field (near Sunnyvale/Mountain View), CA February 21, 2013
2 M. Oye s research acknowledgments UC Santa Cruz Cu Nobby Kobayashi, J. Varelas Research and Educational Robert Cormia (Foothill College), W. Vercoutere (NASA), P. Minogue (UCSC), B. Le Boeuf (UCSC), T. Siegel (UCSC), G. Ringold (UCSC) NASA Ames Research Center M. Meyyappan, J. Koehne, J. Li Others M. Sanghadasa, T. Ngo Duc, J. Gacusan, L. Dugacyzk
3 Outline Part 1: Michael Oye Activities in Advanced Studies Laboratories NASA Ames in Silicon Valley Educational activities in ASL (research, training, and characterization equipment) Equipment in UCSC MACS Facility at NASA Ames Research Center Nanostructured energy conversion for Low power Energy Harvesting Devices Piezoelectric Nanowires Part 2: Nobby Kobayashi Thermoelectric Nanowires Sun to Fiber solar devices
4 Welcome to the Advanced Studies Laboratory Advanced Studies Laboratory Wenonah Vercoutere, ASL Co Director for NASA Ames Burney Le Boeuf, ASL Co Director for UCSC Michael Oye, AssociateASLDirectorfor ASL UCSCand Director of the Materials Analysis for Collaborative Science (MACS) Facility Joseph Varelas, Lab Manager, MACS Facility Peter Minogue, Marketing and Outreach, ASL NASA Ames Research Center Steven Zornetzer, Associate Center Director University of California Santa Cruz Silicon Valley Initiatives Gordon Ringold, Director Tedd Siegel, Assistant Vice Provost, Associate Director March
5 Advanced Studies Laboratory (ASL) Research Areas Applied Materials (e.g. Advanced Energy solutions) MACS Life Sciences/ Astrobiology (e.g. Biomedical) MACS Facility: Materials Analysis and Characterization for new MATERIALS across traditional disciplines i and establishments Sensors & Networks (e.g. Advanced Electronics)
6 Advanced Studies Laboratory Mission Statement Purpose of ASL: Partnership between UCSC and NASA Ames to provide cohesive management and oversight for fostering collaborative research in Silicon Valley The mission of ASL is to create an open and dynamic environment supporting research, technology development, and educational opportunities to benefit both parties. We are cross-disciplinary and cross-institutional. Adapting to Changing Classroom Environment Michael Oye (UCSC and SJSU) & Robert Cormia (Foothill College), with Wenonah Vercoutere (NASA), Nobby, Kobayashi (UCSC), Joey Varelas (UCSC), Peter Minogue (UCSC), and Burney Le Boeuf (UCSC)
7 Adapting to a Changing Classroom Environment from f what? Interdisciplinary Research Activities Subject and Equipment Online Course Delivery Why do we even need classrooms?
8 What we are doing in the Advanced Studies Laboratories in Silicon Valley to address the changing classroom environment: Integrating innovative methods for Silicon Valley Teach what to do with information Be flexible (Subject & scheduling No Typical Student) Interactive engagement with hands on lab projects Scalable (Infrastructure & model) Place for new ideas to grow I 2 Incubating Innovation, Incubating Individuals, Incubating Ideas, etc (I 2, term coined by Bob Cormia, Foothill College)
9 Timeline Spring 13 UCSC EE293 Solid State class with lab component in UCSC MACS, supported by Foothill College Fall 13 Future UCSC EE293, Integration of Semiconductor Laboratory Processing and components Characterization to MS EE SJSU MtE265 MatE265, Courses for Silicon Valley Fundamentals of Professionals Nanomaterials Foothill College, raduates/silicon valley Nanocharacterization Summer 13 UCSC Extension 2014 Course Expand development for laboratory integration of activities in coordinated courses with courses between UCSC Extension, UCSC, SJSU, and Foothill College, g, Foothill College and in MACS/ASL
10 UCSC MACS Facility has Materials Characterization instruments available, on a cost recovery, with on site Technical Staff SEM w/ EDS (1 2 nm resolution) TEM w/eds (~0.1 nm resolution) Metal and Dielectric sputtering, and others Educational Case Study: Students needed equipment for project Industry needed student interns and academic experience, provided dcost recovery of equipment for project use.
11 Hitachi S 4800 II FE SEM Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope with light element analysis and EDS. 1 2 nanometer range resolution. Dual Secondary Electron (SE) detector system for high resolution imaging. Backscatter electron (BSe) detector for analysis of insulating samples.
12 Hitachi H kV TEM Ultra high resolution microscope with resolution of 0.10 nm. High mag, high sensitivity bottom mount camera for materials science and diffraction studies. High performance energy dispersive X ray spectroscopy (EDS). Magnification: kX.
13 Materials characterized in UCSC MACS Nanowires Facility at NASA Ames Metal oxides & compound semiconductors SEM TEM Ion Beam Sputtering for metals deposition For Low Power Energy Harvesting Take wasted energy that would have otherwise been lost Vibrations Mechanical to Electrical (Piezoelectric) Thermal Heat to Electrical (Thermoelectric)
14 How much power? Piezoelectric: ~330 µw/cm 3 Thermoelectric: ~40 µw/cm 3 World generation capacity 4 terawatts tt Power station 1 gigawatt 10 9 House 10 kilowatts 10 4 Person, lightbulb 100 watts 10 2 Laptop, heart 10 watts 10 1 Cellphone 1 watt 10 0 Wireless sensor 1 milliwatt 10 3 Wristwatch 1 microwatt 10 6 Cellphone signal 1 nanowatt 10 9
15 Piezoelectric Effect DirectPiezoEffect.jpg V out = h t h is piezoelectric constant t is change in thickness Force Area E E is Elastic Modulus is strain (or t) Tradeoff is P=iV; Charge is dependent on volume G. Wang and X. Li, Appl. Phys. Lett. 91, (2007).
16 Some Examples of Low Power Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting content/uploads/2012/07/piezo tree_1_pmpls_69.jpg gfx/news/2007/energyharvestingb ackpack.png heart powered pacemaker insulinpumping by nano generator.jpg nano generator.jpg 2007/itpenergy/images/shoeImag es/shoeplunger.jpg
17 Piezoelectric Nanowire Device Integration Nanowire Growth Some examples: Template directedl d d Free standing (or horizontal growth) Vapor Liquid Solid (VLS) Vapor Solid (VS) Device integration Making electrodes Extracting electrical current Image from K.A. Dick, Progress in Crystal Growth and Characterization ti of Materials Volume 54, Issues 3 4, (2008)
18 Controlled Growth of Vertical ZnO Nanowires on Copper Substrate T. T. Ngo Duc, J. Gacusan, N.P. Kobayashi, M. Sanghadasa, M. Meyyappan, MM M.M. Oye Applied Physics Letters 102, (2013) Growth of Nanowires with varying diameters Engineer E i Piezoelectric i response Engineer top electrode contact Oxygen concentration has an impact Ngo Duc et al, APL 2013
19 Multiple segments Zn flux constant More relative oxygen > Gets narrower O arrives before Zn adatoms can migrate Ngo Ducet al, APL2013
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