[Takashi Nakajima] Developpment of functional piezoelectric polymers based on its control of flexible structure

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Takashi Nakajima

Takashi Nakajima

Faculty of Science, Tokyo University of Sciece
Junior Associate Professor
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There has been strong interest in introducing piezoelectric polymers for electromechanical coupling systems as novel actuators, sensors and vibration energy harvesting devices. In the present study, we focus on developing the novel piezoelectric polymers which are flexible, light-weight, transparent and eco-friendly materials. Based on controlling the hierarchical structure of the polymer, we challenge to improve the energy conversion efficiency and formability for the fabricating process of the vibration energy harvesting devices.

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