An Energy Autonomous Light Intensity Sensor for Monarch Butterfly Migration Tracking

September 14, 2021 • Italy

doi: 10.48448/x57v-4z74

Yuyang Li-avatar-image
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Yuyang Li

University of Pittsburgh
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Yuxin Gao

University of Pittsburgh
Yejoong Kim-avatar-image
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Yejoong Kim

University of Michigan
Inhee Lee-avatar-image
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Inhee Lee

University of Pittsburgh
Eunseong Moon-avatar-image
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Eunseong Moon

University of Michigan
Jamie Phillips-avatar-image
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Jamie Phillips

University of Delaware
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An Energy Autonomous Light Intensity Sensor for Monarch Butterfly Migration Tracking

September 14, 2021 • Italy

doi: 10.48448/x57v-4z74

Yuyang Li-avatar-image
SPEAKER

Yuyang Li

University of Pittsburgh
Yuxin Gao-avatar-image
SPEAKER

Yuxin Gao

University of Pittsburgh
Yejoong Kim-avatar-image
SPEAKER

Yejoong Kim

University of Michigan
Inhee Lee-avatar-image
SPEAKER

Inhee Lee

University of Pittsburgh
Eunseong Moon-avatar-image
SPEAKER

Eunseong Moon

University of Michigan
Jamie Phillips-avatar-image
SPEAKER

Jamie Phillips

University of Delaware

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