A systematic approach for flatness-based motion planning and feedforward control is presented for the transient shaping of
a piezo-actuated rectangular cantilevered plate modeling an adaptive wing. In the first step the consideration of an idealized
infinite-dimensional input allows to determine the state and input parametrization in terms of a flat or basic output, which
is used for a systematic motion planning approach. Subsequently, the obtained idealized input function is projected onto a
finite number of suitably placed Macro-fiber Composite (MFC) patch actuators. The tracking performance of the proposed
approach is evaluated in a simulation scenario.