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The Piezo Institute is the hub of European expertise and resources in piezoelectric materials

The institute's executive board and founding members include researchers from France, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Switzerland, Slovenia, Spain and the UK. Companies like Meggitt/Ferroperm are also involved MORE...

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26 May 2020

PIEZO 2021 

The Piezo 2021 Conference website is now open 

https://www.piezo2021.org

please visit the website for further informations

 

 


25 May 2020

The Piezo Institute is now on Facebook!

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26 March 2020

ECAPD 2020 Conference

The European Conference on Appilcations and Polar Dielectrics is organised in Trondheim, Norway, 14-17 June 2020. For more information, clic here.


Publications

2019

Ba1-xCaxTi0.90Zr0.10O3 shear properties and their frequency dependence determined from ceramic plates by an effective method for resonance decoupling

A. Reyes-Montero, L. Pardo, A. García, A.M. Gonzalez and M.E. Villafuerte-Castrejón


2019

A New Prospect in Road Traffic Energy Harvesting Using Lead-Free Piezoceramics

Manuel Vázquez-Rodríguez, Francisco J. Jiménez, Lorena Pardo, Pilar Ochoa, Amador M. González and José de Frutos.


2018

Modelling and experimental measurements of the mechanical response of piezoelectric structures from millimetre to micrometre

Maxime Bavencoffe, Nikhil Tembhurnikar, B. Negulescu, G. Feuillard


Job vacancies

22 May 2020

PhD:  DESIGN OF SMART MAGNETIC CERAMIC INK FOR 3D PRINTING

Deadline for application May 29, 2020, 2 pm, CET
 

Magnetic ceramics have been attracting considerable interest due to their wide range of applications. These span the whole field of magnetic screening, magnetic data storage, chokes, sensors and devices based on magnetoelectric coupling in multife...


4 October 2019

Master internship 5 months between February 2020 and July 2020 on modeling of the functional properties of ceramics with core-shell structure.

Ceramics with core-shell structure have been in development in the past years for very diverse applications because they allow to obtain combinations of properties that can not be obtained with conventional ceramics. We will first look at dielectr...


2 April 2019

PhD : Solid State Growth of Piezoelectric Single Crystals

Piezoelectric materials are at the heart of a £20bn p.a. industry in sensors and actuators, providing the functional heart of devices such as ultrasound medical imaging transducers, naval sonar and automotive fuel injection systems. This 4 y...