Our mission

E-peas’ mission is to enable the seamless operation of all connected nodes, anywhere, anytime, in any conditions with smart, innovative solutions.

Overview

e-peas stands for Electronic Portable Energy Autonomous Systems.

The company was founded in 2014 on the conviction that the trillions of connected nodes of the IoT to be deployed in the next few years will require disruptive solutions to extend batteries life-time. Only two ways exist to reach this objective:

  • by increasing the amount of harvested energy
  • by drastically reducing the energy consumption of all power consuming blocs of the system.

At e-peas, we believe that new applications will ultimately be made possible by the combination of both approaches.

Relying on 10 years of research and its patented disruptive technologies, e-peas offers a portfolio of products including photovoltaic, thermoelectric, vibration, and RF harvesters interface ICs, microcontrollers and sensors solutions, all thought to be easily interfaced in order to improve system robustness and reduce your application development time.

Leadership

  • Geoffroy Gosset, CEO & Co-Founder of e-peas

    Geoffroy Gosset

    CEO – Co-Founder

    Geoffroy Gosset received the Industrial Engineering degree from the Ecole Centrale des Arts et Metiers (ECAM), Belgium, in 2005, after pursuing his Master thesis research at Politechnika Warszawska, Warsaw, Poland and the M.Sc. degree in electromechanical engineering as well as the Ph.D. degree from the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, in 2007 and 2013 respectively. In 2013 and 2014, he pursued a MBA at the Louvain School of Management. His research interests are in the field of very low-power analog circuits with a focus on sensors interface circuits, wireless sensor networks, AC/DC and DC/DC circuits design.

  • Julien De Vos, CTO & Co-Founder of e-peas

    Julien De Vos

    CTO – Co-Founder

    Julien De Vos received the M.Sc.degree in electromechanical engineering in engineering science and the Ph.D. degree from Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, in 2008, and 2013 respectively. In 2012, he was a visiting Ph.D student at STMicroelectronics, Crolles, France, in DC/DC converter design. In 2014, he received the ICTEAM Thesis Award for his Ph.D. work. His research interests include low-power circuit design, wireless sensor networks, and DC/DC converters with a specific interest on switched-capacitor networks and on energy harvesters management.

  • Denis Flandre, Scientific Advisory Board of e-peas

    Denis Flandre

    Scientific advisory board

    Denis Flandre (M’85–SM’03) received the Ms. degree in Electrical Engineering, the Ph.D. degree and the Habilitation from the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, in 1986, 1990 and 1999, respectively. His doctoral research was on the modelling of Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) MOS devices for characterization and circuit simulation, his Post-doctoral thesis on a systematic and automated synthesis methodology for MOS analog circuits. Since 2001, he is full-time Professor at UCL. He is currently involved in the research and development of SOI MOS devices, digital and analog circuits, as well as sensors and MEMS, for special applications, more specifically high-speed, low-voltage low-power, microwave, biomedical, radiation-hardened and high-temperature electronics and microsystems. He has authored or co-authored more than 800 technical papers or conference contributions. He is co-inventor of 10 patents. He has organized or lectured many short courses on SOI technology, devices and circuits in universities, industrial companies and conferences. He has received several scientific prizes and best paper awards. He has participated or coordinated numerous research projects funded by regional and European institutions. He has been a member of several EU Networks of Excellence on High-Temperature Electronics, SOI technology, Nanoelectronics and Micro-nano-technology.

  • David Bol, Scientific Advisory Board of e-peas

    David Bol

    Scientific advisory board

    David Bol is an assistant professor at UCL. He received the Ph.D degree in Engineering Science from UCL in 2008 in the field of ultra-low power digital nanoelectronics. In 2005, he was a visiting Ph.D student at the CNM, Sevilla, Spain, and in 2009, a postdoctoral researcher at intoPIX, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. In 2010, he was a visiting postdoctoral researcher at the UC Berkeley Lab for Manufacturing and Sustainability, Berkeley, CA. His researches at UCL are focused on green VLSI and SoCs including ultra-low-power/voltage circuits and systems, technology/circuit interaction, mixed-signal SoC implementation, variability mitigation, compact modeling, design automation, nano-CMOS technologies and green semiconductor manufacturing. Prof. Bol has authored more than 60 papers and conference contributions and holds a patent. In 2008, he received the Best Paper awards from the IEEE ICCD and the IEEE SOI conferences. He serves as a reviewer for various IEEE journals/conferences and presented several keynotes in international conferences.

Geoffroy Gosset received the Industrial Engineering degree from the Ecole Centrale des Arts et Metiers (ECAM), Belgium, in 2005, after pursuing his Master thesis research at Politechnika Warszawska, Warsaw, Poland and the M.Sc. degree in electromechanical engineering as well as the Ph.D. degree from the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, in 2007 and 2013 respectively. In 2013 and 2014, he pursued a MBA at the Louvain School of Management. His research interests are in the field of very low-power analog circuits with a focus on sensors interface circuits, wireless sensor networks, AC/DC and DC/DC circuits design.

Julien De Vos received the M.Sc.degree in electromechanical engineering in engineering science and the Ph.D. degree from Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, in 2008, and 2013 respectively. In 2012, he was a visiting Ph.D student at STMicroelectronics, Crolles, France, in DC/DC converter design. In 2014, he received the ICTEAM Thesis Award for his Ph.D. work. His research interests include low-power circuit design, wireless sensor networks, and DC/DC converters with a specific interest on switched-capacitor networks and on energy harvesters management.

Denis Flandre (M’85–SM’03) received the Ms. degree in Electrical Engineering, the Ph.D. degree and the Habilitation from the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, in 1986, 1990 and 1999, respectively. His doctoral research was on the modelling of Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) MOS devices for characterization and circuit simulation, his Post-doctoral thesis on a systematic and automated synthesis methodology for MOS analog circuits. Since 2001, he is full-time Professor at UCL. He is currently involved in the research and development of SOI MOS devices, digital and analog circuits, as well as sensors and MEMS, for special applications, more specifically high-speed, low-voltage low-power, microwave, biomedical, radiation-hardened and high-temperature electronics and microsystems. He has authored or co-authored more than 800 technical papers or conference contributions. He is co-inventor of 10 patents. He has organized or lectured many short courses on SOI technology, devices and circuits in universities, industrial companies and conferences. He has received several scientific prizes and best paper awards. He has participated or coordinated numerous research projects funded by regional and European institutions. He has been a member of several EU Networks of Excellence on High-Temperature Electronics, SOI technology, Nanoelectronics and Micro-nano-technology.

David Bol is an assistant professor at UCL. He received the Ph.D degree in Engineering Science from UCL in 2008 in the field of ultra-low power digital nanoelectronics. In 2005, he was a visiting Ph.D student at the CNM, Sevilla, Spain, and in 2009, a postdoctoral researcher at intoPIX, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. In 2010, he was a visiting postdoctoral researcher at the UC Berkeley Lab for Manufacturing and Sustainability, Berkeley, CA. His researches at UCL are focused on green VLSI and SoCs including ultra-low-power/voltage circuits and systems, technology/circuit interaction, mixed-signal SoC implementation, variability mitigation, compact modeling, design automation, nano-CMOS technologies and green semiconductor manufacturing. Prof. Bol has authored more than 60 papers and conference contributions and holds a patent. In 2008, he received the Best Paper awards from the IEEE ICCD and the IEEE SOI conferences. He serves as a reviewer for various IEEE journals/conferences and presented several keynotes in international conferences.

Investors

  • 9th of December 2014 and 30th of September 2016

    We are proud to be backed by a private seed investment fund – The Faktory – created by a true entrepreneur like Pierre L’Hoest.

  • 30th of September 2016

    WING (Wallonia Innovation and Growth) is a new investment fund for the Walloon digital startups, launched as part of the implementation of Digital Wallonia.

Careers

We are looking for smart and enthusiastic people to join our growing team. We appreciate passion for customer needs, team work and knowledge sharing, plus the drive to save energy sustainably. Along with a group of passionate extremely low power experts, your voice will be valued and you’ll have an impact on products that are deployed everywhere in the world.

  • Analog ASIC designer

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  • Physical Implementation Engineer

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  • Digital Design Engineer

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We're always happy to hear about smart people that share our vision of a smarter world so don't hesitate to get in touch at careers@e-peas.com