About Edis Osmanbasic
Edis Osmanbasic
Edis was born in Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina). He has an MSc. in Electrical Engineering. He works at an international company based in Stockholm (Sweden) as a power transformer testing expert and has visited many countries all over the world. He also has extensive experience in project management, science research and writing technical papers, researching new test methods, developing and designing new test equipment, etc. In his free time, he likes to grow plants and enjoys long walks in the countryside.

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New Charging Method: Lithium Batteries Charge Faster, Live Longer
A newly developed rapid charging pattern uses differential voltage analysis to more quickly charge a...
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Tesla’s Dream Achieved: Researchers Harness Wi-Fi as Transmittable Electricity
MIT researchers have created a flexible 2D antenna that can convert Wi-Fi signals into electricity t...
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Researchers Develop Low-Cost, Low-Power Printable Sensors
NTU team develops low-cost, printable CO2 and humidity sensors, able to operate at room temperature ...
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Battery Management System Responsible for Reliable and Safe EV Driving
Battery management is a complex system for providing reliable and safe battery operation and extends...
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MEMS: The World's Smallest, Fastest, Most Reliable Mechanical Switch
Digital-Micro-Switch (DMS) technology enables switching elements to work 1,000 times faster with sig...
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Batteries Made More Cost-effective and Efficient Using Unique Conductive Polymer Process
Researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute have developed a new method for mass manufacturing batteri...
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Toshiba Improves Stepper Motor Efficiency with New Drivers
Toshiba’s active gain control (AGC) technology for regulating the circuit that drives stepper motors...
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Researchers Develop High-performance Hydrogen Sensor Using Palladium Nanoparticles
Researchers from Applied Nanotech Inc have developed an innovative hydrogen sensor using palladium n...
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Electric Planes Made Possible with Powerful New Battery
A new hybrid-to-electric aircraft that would carry up to 12 passengers has a target release date of ...
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The Importance of Li-Ion Batteries Recycling
With EV production on the rise, lithium battery recycling is more important than ever.
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Ultrathin Layer of Rhenium Is the New Superconductor
This new material gains superconductor properties at around 6 degrees Kelvin.
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Micro-fabricated Magnetic Structures for the Future Medicine
Due to the unique electronic, optical, magnetic and biological properties of nano-scale materials, t...
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See Through the Walls Using Wi-Fi
MIT researchers have developed a “Wi-Vi” system which can detect objects through non-transparent sur...
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Why DEVC Might One Day Charge Your EV While You Drive
An overview of wireless EV charging technology, and where the industry may be heading.
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NOMFET: The Organic Transistor That Mimics the Human Synapse
An overview of how nanotechnology can be used to develop transistors which mimic the human brain.
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Tin-Based Hybrid Perovskite Improves Solar Cell Efficiency
An overview of why tin improves solar efficiency over lead by 9 percent.
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Carbon Nanotubes Transistors –The Future of Electronic Devices
A brief overview of how carbon nanotube transistors provide the best alternative for continuing Moor...
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Nanomagnets: Minimum Power Consumption Switches
Why nanomagnet switches are a promising alternative to traditional transistors.
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Improving Battery Performance by Using Oxide Nanocrystals
Researchers from Heidelberg University and West Pomeranian University of Technology have proposed th...
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Super-Fast Graphene Can Improve RF Communications
A brief overview on how graphene material can improve radio frequency communications.
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