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University of Canterbury (College of Engineering)

Address: Christchurch, New Zealand
URL: http://www.engf.canterbury.ac.nz/

UC's College of Engineering has earned an international reputation for its research, which is fostered through exchange programmes, ties with industry and the University's many research centres. Study within the College of Engineering balances first-class theoretical education with challenging practical work and hands-on industry experience.

Qing Ou

URL: http://sites.google.com/site/kingauswebpage/home
E-Mail: qing.ou [AT] pg.canterbury.ac.nz

Having completed a mechatronics engineering degree with first class honor at the University of Canterbury, Qing is now doing a PhD at the same university. Qing's research subject is vibration-based energy harvesting for wireless sensor used in machine condition monitoring. The primary focus is to find a solution for broadband vibration harvesting and the design of power conditioning circuit.

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