An EnSO spanish researcher awarded by the MIT Technology Review

Congratulations to Gonzalo Murillo from IMB-CNM, CSIC

Gonzalo Murillo, principal investigator of EnSO project at the Centro Nacional de Microelectrónica (IMB-CNM, CSIC) has been awarded as one of the Innovators Under 35 Spain 2016 by the MIT Technology Review.  The 10 winners have been selected by the jury of the awards from among 300 candidates for their talent and their pioneer projects that are changing our society. Gonzalo Murillo is responsible for the resonant piezoelectric energy harvesting in EnSO. His accomplishments in the area of the energy harvesting to date have led to his recognition as one of the winners of MIT Technology Review, Spanish Edition's Innovators.

 “Innovators Under 35” is the most prestigious recognition bestowed by MIT Technology Review, the oldest publication in the field of technology, property of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The innovators selected are developing technological projects that will have an impact on society in the near future. These talented young people are tackling issues in innovative ways and improving the lives of millions of people.