António Miguel Teixeira Vicente

Dr.

  • 2829-51 Caparica

    Portugal

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20142022

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Dr. António T. Vicente holds a B. Sc. and M. Sc. in Biomedical Engineering from NOVA School of Science and Technology. He went on to pursue a PhD degree from the joint program of MIT and top 4 Portuguese Universities. In 2017 he received his doctorate degree at CENIMAT i3N, for his work on silicon thin film solar cells on paper-based substrates with applications in optoelectronic biodevices. His doctoral work led to the first reported fabrication of silicon thin film solar cells on common paper-based products, which opened new avenues in this field towards intelligent and sustainable biodevices and received two national awards. He is now currently a Postdoctoral researcher at FCT-NOVA working on the optimization of nano-structured thin-film perovskite solar cells and developing novel and inexpensive optically variable inks based on dielectric materials. He is an author in 15 peer-reviewed publications, and 2 book chapters. Dr. Vicente’s work is in the areas of Engineering and Technology with emphasis on Nanotechnology, Materials Engineering and Optoelectronics.

Research interests

  • Renewable Energies, with focus on solar cells
  • Sustainability applied to R&D (SDGs, LCA, circular economy)
  • Bio- and Nanotechnology & Nanomaterials
  • Product innovation and Technology transfer to Market

Education/Academic qualification

Bioengenharia, Doctorate, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa

Award Date: 12 Dec 2017

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