Affiliated Researchers: Piezoelectric Materials

Affiliates are Penn Staters who have a connection to or an interest in the work of the Institutes of Energy and the Environment.

Displaying 11 search result(s) for Piezoelectric Materials.

Kenji Uchino


Professor, Electrical Engineering
Top research keywords: Lead Zirconate Titanate, Ceramic, Ferroelectric Materials, Ceramics, Piezoelectric Ceramics

Shashank Priya


Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Top research keywords: Perovskite, Energy Harvesting, Perovskite Solar Cells, Harvesters, Composite Materials

Edward Smith


Professor, Aerospace Engineering
Top research keywords: Rotors, Composite Materials, Helicopters, Fluidics, Actuators

George Lesieutre


Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Programs, College of Engineering
Top research keywords: Damping, Actuators, Actuator, Composite Materials, Helicopters

Long-Qing Chen


Hamer Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Top research keywords: Ferroelectric Materials, Simulation, Domain Walls, Polarization, Phase Transitions

Clive Randall


Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Top research keywords: Ceramic, Sintering, Ferroelectric Materials, Temperature, Dielectric Properties

Sukwon Choi


Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Top research keywords: High Electron Mobility Transistors, Thermometry, Hot Temperature, Energy Gap, Gallium

Susan Trolier-McKinstry


Steward S. Flaschen Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Top research keywords: Lead Zirconate Titanate, Thin Films, Ferroelectric Materials, Liquid Film, Lead Zirconate Titanates

Christopher Rahn


Associate Dean for Innovation, College of Engineering
Top research keywords: Fluidics, Actuators, Damping, Composite Materials, Lithium-ion Batteries

David Snyder


Research Associate, Applied Research Laboratory (ARL)
Top research keywords: Graphene, Chemical Vapor Deposition, Substrates, Vapor Deposition, Chemical Vapour Deposition

Qiming Zhang


Professor, Electrical Engineering
Top research keywords: Polymers, Ferroelectric Materials, Vinylidene, Fluorides, Copolymers