Abstract : Energy supply of embedded systems is limiting the development of the internet of things and more generally of the ambient intelligence paradigm. This thesis presents a generic micro-power management system able supply a wireless sensor node. The proposed architecture is based on a Single Inductor Multi Inputs Multi Outputs (SI MIMO) DC/DC converter coupled to an ultra low power Maximum Power Point Tracking circuit. In this work, we show that this family of converter allows to efficiently hybridizing several power sources with power storage elements in order to provide different DC regulated voltages that can supply a sensor node. In this end, and in the framework of the PCB² project, we realized a SI MIMO converter made of discrete components on a printed circuit board. This converter interfaces a piezoelectric generator, a photovoltaic cell, and a thin-film LIPON Lithium Phosphorous Oxynitride) battery buried in the PCB, in order to power a temperature data-logger. The concept validation and the design of the demonstrator have been done thanks to devices modeling and system simulations in a VHD-AMS environment. The efficiency of the circuit is about 55% in standard usage conditions and reaches 70% when the power passing through the converter exceeds 500µW.