Development of 18-year-old student will charge the smartphone in 20 seconds




Development of 18-year-old student will charge the smartphone in 20 seconds

Eesha Khare Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award

The problem of long charging the mobile phone can remain in the past, thanks to the development of 18-year-old student. For the invention of the power storage device that is being charged for 20-30 seconds, she received an award in the amount of 50,000 dollars.

Quick Charger is a so-called super-capacitor with a high density of data in a compact size, fast charging and long-term conservation of charge. Furthermore, the electrochemical device can withstand 10,000 cycles of charging, while the limit of conventional rechargeable batteries, energy is only 1000 cycles, says Eesha Khare, a young inventor from California.

“My cell phone battery always runs out,” – she said, when reporters asked NBC News, which was the source of inspiration for the development of energy storage devices.

Eesha Khare

Interest in nanochemistry brought her to supercapacitors, and work with nanoparticles yielded considerable success in various fields.

Today Khare supercapacitor used as a power source for the light emitting diode. In the future, the technology can be used in smart phones and other mobile devices, making them less dependent on electrical outlets. The inventor believes that this technology is also suitable for flexible displays, clothing and fabrics.

Pioneering work has been awarded the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award in the international competition of scientific and engineering achievements of talented students (Intel International Science and Engineering Fair), which last week was held in Phoenix (Arizona, USA).

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