Pedro Barquiña

Pedro Barquinha, PhD in Nanotechnologies and Nanosciences, NOVA University Lisbon (2010). He is an Associate Professor at the Materials Science Department of NOVA Science and Technology School (FCT-NOVA) and coordinator of the Doctoral program in Nanotechnologies and Nanosciences of the same university. He has been working in oxide electronics since 2004, participating in >30 national and international research projects in the area, with academia and industry. His expertise is on multicomponent oxide thin films and their application in thin film transistors and flexible electronics. More recently he started to work with 1D multicomponent oxide nanostructures at low temperature and their integration in nanotransistors and nanogenerators to create smart surfaces, running an ERC Starting Grant (TREND) on this topic. He is co-author of >150 peer-reviewed papers (h-index=43, as April 2020), 7 books and book chapters in the area of oxide electronics.

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