The University of Southampton

The Sustainable Electronic Technologies (SET) group aims to address aspects of sustainability which relate to electricity, electronics and communication. Electronic devices (computers, mobile phones, data centres) use a significant amount of the world's total energy consumption. Low power and efficient computing and electricity from renewable resources is required to allow electronic devices to have a continued positive impact on society.

  • 13 May 2020

    Energy harvesting research to investigate new...

    ECS lecturer Dr Ruomeng Huang is investigating new micro-thermoelectric generator, enabling more efficient self-powered IoT devices and sensing systems.

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  • 11 February 2020

    Researchers expand silicon photonics...

    A rapid prototyping service for photonic integrated circuits is being expanded in a new funding success at the University of Southampton's £120m cleanroom complex.

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  • 4 December 2019

    Workshop 11 Dec 2019 Energy Harvesting...

    Workshop event by the SET group with invited visitors from Shandong University

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  • Publications archive

    Recent SET publications

    Low-loss silicon waveguides and grating couplers fabricated using anisotropic wet etching technique - Kapil Debnath, Hideo Arimoto, Muhammad K. Husain, Alyssa Prasmusinto, Abdelrahman Al-Attili, Rafidah Petra, Harold M.H. Chong, Graham T. Reed and Shinichi Saito
    Type: Article | 2016
    Low-cost security protocols for resource-constrained Internet of Things devices - Yildiran Yilmaz
    Type: Thesis | 2019 | University of Southampton | Item availability restricted.
    A novel low temperature fabrication approach of multichannel zinc oxide nanowire field effect transistors for biosensing applications - Martin Ebert
    Type: Thesis | 2019 | University of Southampton
    Design and characterization of nanocrystalline graphite/graphene based environmental sensors - Ling Ting Yang
    Type: Thesis | 2019 | University of Southampton
    Virtualmicromagnetics: 1.0.4 - Mark Vousden and Hans Fangohr
    Type: Dataset | 2016 | Zenodo | Item not available on this server.