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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

30 secs mobile charge

Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, the world's largest high school science research competition in search of young scientist.

In the science research competition an indian American science student Eesha Khare of Lynbrook High School in Saratoga, California , Eesha khare (18 yrs ) has invented a superfast mobile charge in 20-30 secs.

                                                                                     Eesha khare

Her explaining in the Fair :

With the rapid growth of portable electronics, it has become necessary to develop efficient energy-storage technology to match this development. While batteries are currently used for energy-storage, they suffer from long charging times and short cycle life. Electrochemical supercapacitors have attracted attention as energy-storage devices because they bridge the gap between current alternatives of conventional capacitors and batteries, offering higher energy density than conventional capacitors and higher power density than batteries. Despite these advantages, supercapacitor energy density is much lower than batteries and increasing energy density remains a key challenge in supercapacitor research. The goal of this work was to design and synthesize a supercapacitor with increased energy density while maintaining power density and long cycle life.

Her invent has been paid. She won the Second place winner in Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.

     Top winner Ionut Budisteanu, 19, of Romania (center)
with second-place winners Eesha Khare, 18, of Saratoga, Calif. (left)
                                                     and Henry Lin, 17, of Shreveport, La

Google chased her first :

Google has apparently contacted Khare about the technology. She hasn’t disclosed any specifics about what Google has talked to her about, but she has said that she didn’t want to sell her work just yet. The technology she’s working on right now is already built to hold 10,000 charge-recharge cycles. Google has stated that 10 times more than the standard battery in their phones today. Needless to say, it’s easy to see why Google would want to figure out how to implement that type of technology in their own devices.

We shall hope that Eesha Khare release her invention soon in the market. So that many can save their time and the power .


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