Special Issue "Piezoelectric Materials and Devices"
A special issue of Materials (ISSN 1996-1944).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2019) | Viewed by 14339
Interests: static and dynamic stability of thin walled structures; piezoelectric materials; laminated composite structures; dynamic buckling of thin walled structures; multifunctional materials; technologies and structures; smart structures technologies; structural mechanics and energy harvesting using piezoelectric and pyroelectric materials
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This Special Issue, entitled "Piezoelectric Materials and Devices", is motivated by the growing interest in developing novel and advanced piezoelectric materials and piezoelectric-based devices by various worldwide research groups and industries.
This would include energy harvesting using both piezoelectric and hybrid devices (especially for low but also for medium range frequencies), flexible and stretchable piezoelectric harvesters, sensors and actuators, inorganic, organic and composite piezoelectric materials, porous piezoelectric materials and their applications, MEMS-based piezoelectric energy harvesters, PZT nanotubes, nanorods , nanowires and nanofibers for MEMS devices, advances in piezoelectric polymers and piezocomposites, voided charged polymers including comparative studies on piezoelectric polymers and their relevant application as sensors and actuators, Lead free piezoelectric materials and their achieved properties in various devices, piezoelectric biosensors-principles and their applications, advances in piezoelectric motors, wearable piezoelectric sensors and actuators, piezoelectric based flying wings/morphing structures and precision piezoelectric fuel injectors in propulsion systems for micro aerial vehicles (MAVs), piezoelectric application in the medical sector (like high frequency image generation, ultrasonic transducers and implantable biomechanical energy piezoelectric harvesters), and any other advanced research and applications using the piezoelectric phenomenon.
Overall, this Special Issue is orientated to all the above-cited research topics and other related research on piezoelectric materials and piezoelectric-based advanced devices.
Considering your outstanding contribution in this interesting research field, I would like to cordially invite you to submit a paper to this Special Issue.
Prof. Dr. Haim Abramovich
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- piezoelectric material
- porous piezoelectric material
- inorganic and composite type piezoelectric material
- MEMS type harvester
- piezoelectric polymer
- voided charged piezoelectric polymer
- Lead free piezoelectric material
- piezoelectric biosensors
- piezoelectric motors
- wearable piezoelectric material
- implantable biomechanical energy piezoelectric harvesters
- ultrasonic transduces
- morphing structures