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Constructive and Destructive Interplay between Piezoelectricity and Flexoelectricity in Flexural Sensors and Actuators

Flexoelectricity is an electromechanical effect coupling polarization to strain gradients. It fundamentally differs from piezoelectricity because of its size-dependence and symmetry. Flexoelectricity is generally perceived as a small effect noticeable only at the nanoscale. Since ferroelectric ceramics have a particularly high flexoelectric coefficient, however, it may play a significant role as piezoelectric transducers shrink to the sub-micrometer scale.

PhD Student (Topology optimization for spatial distribution of piezo-ceramic transducers)

PhD Student in topology optimization for spatial distribution of piezo-ceramic transducers at 
Centre de Recherche Public Henri Tudor, Advanced Materials & Structures (AMS), 29, avenue John F. Kennedy
L-1855 Luxembourg Kirchberg

Mission :

In the frame of collaboration between CRP Henri Tudor and the Université Libre de Bruxelles, and funded by the National Research Fund of Luxembourg (FNR), the tasks of this PhD study will include:

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Immediate vacancies exist for high calibre postgraduates and postdoctoral fellows who have interests in wing morphing and aerospace design, finite element modelling, aerodynamics, optimization, testing and validation. Candidates should expect excellent facilities, good salaries and exceptional working conditions.

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