called “AI-based Tribological Topology Optimization for Ultrasonic Ceramic Motor”, and it aims to deepen our tribology knowledge in the context of Miniswys technology through artificial intelligence and to improve the already unmatched performance of our micro-motors.
The project will involve Marc Favier PhD, and Xinxin Liao, Postdoc, both highly experienced in their fields. We are excited to have them onboard and look forward to seeing the results of their work.
This collaboration with the LAI laboratory supports our commitment to drive innovation and dedication to provide innovation enabling solutions to our customers.
We believe that this joint venture with EPFL will allow us to deepen our understanding of tribology and incorporate artificial intelligence into our research and development process. This will ultimately lead to even better and more efficient micro-motors for our customers.
We are looking forward this collaboration and look forward to sharing the progress of this project with you in the future.
Piezoelectric actuators have been an integral part of various industries for decades, from medical equipment to aerospace. These actuators convert electrical energy into mechanical motion and have been widely used in applications such as precision positioning, vibration control, and fluid metering. However, the use of lead-based piezoelectric materials in these actuators has been a cause of concern due to the potential environmental and health hazards associated with lead.