Mike Hayes is an internationally recognized thought and technology leader in developing ‘Power IoT’ solutions and a supporting ecosystem, eliminating the need for battery replacement. He is based in Tyndall since 2008 with 35 years of industry and academic experience in ‘ICT for Energy Efficiency’ research focusing on power management and system integration. He has written publications, contributed to international roadmaps (e.g. ECS-SRIA, IEEE IRDS, PSMA PTR), participated in EU studies, presenting & chairing conferences and workshops. Mike is coordinator of the EU EnABLES ‘Power IoT’ infrastructure project and is lead author of a position paper on ‘powering the Internet of things’. He was chair of PSMA’s board of directors from 2020-2022 and is co-founder of their energy harvesting committee. Mike is co-founder of EnerHarv, a PSMA biennial international energy harvesting workshop inaugurated in 2018. He currently manages 2 projects under CONNECT’s sustainable IoT working group related to eSiP (energy source in package) development & WSN energy harvesting testbeds.
Sessions in which Mike Hayes participates
Croke Park Conference Centre - Suite 683/684
Rolf Riemenschneider, European Commission (Speaker)
Mike Hayes, Tyndall National Institute (Speaker)
Daniela Iacopino, Tyndall National Institute (Speaker)
Paul Geoghegan, Net Feasa (Speaker)
Michael Rudden, Tyndall National Institute (Moderator)