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Since this challenge started, I was surfing the net looking for new way for recycling our belongings or how to use any source ambient energy available at no cost and with low effort, and cost converting to consumable electrical energy. Today, I was still thinking about how to recycle and I thought why not having an application on our smarthphone, tablet that educate people to how actually recycle! In Switzerland, we receive at the end/beginning of the year a small guide that tell...

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Why not placing at high altitudes airbone turbines (kite-like) spinning and sending power down via nano-tube cable to generate power for the community? Advantage: At higher altitudes, wind has more power and velocity and is more consistently predictable. Challenges Presented: air traffic and other unmanned aircraft. How we could overcome the challenge of aircraft?

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Water supply contamination organisms and raw sewage is the leading causes of illnesses (e.g. Amebiasis, Cholera, Dracunculiasis (guinea-worm disease), Leptospirosis, Shigellosis, Typhoid Fever) among young children. The process of purifying the water is becoming more difficult requiring resource intensive processes. While there are many new and innovative ways to purigy virtually any liquid form, the solution has to be cost effective and practical so it can have applications to take care of...

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Washed thoroughly, they can be used for foods kept a short time in the freezing compartment of the refrigerator. Cut lengthwise, they can be used to hold odoriferous foods, such as fish, in the refrigerator to save washing and deodorizing regular containers. Cut lengthwise, they can be used as seed flats. It's easy to transplant young plants when ready for the garden. Cut out the bottom of a carton and place the plants and the sides of the carton intact in the soil. Sow thinly for this. Cut...

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francesco mazzilli

renens, Switzerland

Joined this community on Apr 8, 2014

Bio I was born in Turin, Italy, in 1983. I received the B.Sc. degree in electrical engineering from the Polytechnic University of Turin, Turin, Italy, in 2005, the M.Sc. degree in micro- and nano-technologies for integrated systems, issued jointly from the Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble, Grenoble, France, and EPFL in 2007, and the Ph.D. degree in microsystems and microelectronics from EPFL in 2013. My research interests include analog and RF CMOS circuit design for power management, wireless systems, and MEMS/NEMS applications. I am currently with Microchip Technology, St. Sulpice, Switzerland

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EPFL

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Scientific Staff

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Engineering (STI)

Company
Microchip Technology Switzerland

Age
26-35

Title / Occupation
analog design engineer

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