Eesha Khare new super capacitor battery 2013
Eesha Khare New Invention 2013 | Super Capacitor Fats Charging technology | Nano Chemistry Girl Eesha Khare New Battery | Mobile Battery Fast changing Eesha Khare
Google and other tech giants are wooing 18-year-old Indian-American whizkid Esha Khare who has revolutionized cellphone technology by creating a device that can charge a cellphone super fast in 20 seconds.Called super-capacitor, the device can do up to 10,000 cycles, as against 1,000 that conventional battery chargers do.
Khare, who is from Saratoga in Santa Clara in California, has been conferred this year’s Young Scientist Award from the Intel Foundation for her invention. The award carries a cash of $50,000.She said she started working on the energy-storage technology as a solution. Her specialization in nano-chemistry she said , helped her scale down the size of the device.
“It is also flexible, so it can be used in roll-up displays and clothing and fabric. It has a lot of different advantages over batteries in that sense,’’ the 19-year-old said.Waiting hours for a cellphone to charge may become a thing of the past, thanks to an 18-year-old high-school student's invention. She won a $50,000 prize Friday at an international science fair for creating an energy storage device that can be fully juiced in 20 to 30 seconds.she has used the supercapacitor to power a light-emitting diode, or LED. The invention's future is even brighter. She sees it fitting inside cellphones and the other portable electronic devices that are proliferating in today's world, freeing people and their gadgets for a longer time from reliance on electrical outlets.