Zoran Stevic

University of Belgrade

Zoran M. Stevic is a full professor at the University of Belgrade, Technical Faculty in Bor and the School of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade, Serbia. He received his Ph.D. from the School of Electrical Engineering at the University of Belgrade. His research areas include power electronics, IR thermography, computer measurement and control, supercapacitors, energy efficiency, renewable energy sources, system modeling, sensors and optoelectronics. He is a member of IEEE, IBPSA, SMEITS and SCS. He has been a project coordinator and a member of working groups on many scientific and technical projects. He has published over 350 papers (including 60 fully refereed papers in scientific journals), five books and six chapters. He is a thermography professional.

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Numerous teams and laboratories around the world are working on the development of supercapacitors, while their constantly improving performance is enabling wider use. The major challenges are to improve the parameters of supercapacitors, primarily energy density and operating voltage, as well as miniaturization, optimization, energy efficiency, economy and environmental acceptance. This book provides an overview of new supercapacitor techniques and technologies that are changing the present and future of electricity storage, with a particular emphasis on self-powering sensor and transmitter systems. The latest achievements in the production, modeling, characterization and applications of supercapacitors are considered. Modern materials supercapacitor production, which points to unsuspected application possibilities, is especially considered. Examples of transition metal oxides (TMOs) and fundamental carbon allotropes, including fullerenes, carbon nanotubes, and graphene-based nanocomposites for supercapacitor electrodes, are presented.

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