Savvas G. Vassiliadis

Piraeus University of Applied Sciences

Professor Savvas Vassiliadis holds a Diploma Degree in Textiles, BSc in Electronics, MSc in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a PhD in Computational Modeling. After a long career in the textile and electronics industry he joined the Piraeus University of Applied Sciences, Greece. He was the Head of the Department of Electronics Engineering and now he is the vice rector of PUAS. His research interests include textile computational modelling, multifunctional materials, and digital systems. He is the author of more than 140 scientific articles published in national and international journals and presented in international conferences, ten chapters of books and of seven technical books. He has been member of scientific committees of sixty international conferences, he is the member of the editorial committees of eight international journals and reviewer for many scientific journals.

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Scientifically defined in 1880 by the Curie brothers, piezoelectricity - from the Greek piezein, meaning to press (squeeze), and ilektron, meaning amber, a material with electrostatic properties - is a phenomenon with many applications. The related piezoelectric materials have been undergoing a long-lasting evolution over the years until today. The field of organic and inorganic piezoelectric materials is continuously expanding in terms of new substances used, new structures, and new applications. The seven chapters of this book present modern aspects and technological advances in the field of piezoelectric materials and applications. To present a balanced view of the field, some chapters focus on new piezoelectric materials and structures, while others examine interesting applications of piezoelectric sensors, energy harvesters, and actuators.

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