Pawel Jerzy Wojcik

Advanced Functional Materials for Micro and Nanotechnologies
Senior Researcher
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Pawel Jerzy Wojcik was born in Deblin, Poland, in 1978. He studied Electronics at the Wroclaw University of Technology (Wroclaw, Poland), and Interdisciplinary Studies of New Materials at the Jagiellonian University (Cracow, Poland). At the end of 2007, he joined CENIMAT (Centro de Investigaçao de Materiais, Faculty of Science and Technology, New University of Lisbon). He defended his PhD thesis entitled ‘Printable organic and inorganic materials for flexible electrochemical devices’ on December 13, 2013. He is currently a Senior Researcher in CEMOP/UNINOVA (Centro de Excelencia em Microelectrónica e Optoelectrónica de Processos, Faculty of Science and Technology, New University of Lisbon). His research is focused on printable organic and inorganic materials for printed electronic devices such as dye-sensitized solar cells (working as DNA/RNA biosensor), electrochromic devices (smart windows and displays), transistors and basic printed electronic elements. Currently his work is concentrated on development of printed electronic components for two FP7 projects, Smart-EC ( and A3Ple (

Main publications

1. Wojcik, P.J., Cruz, A.S., Santos, L., Pereira, L., Martins, R., Fortunato, E.: Microstructure control of dual-phase inkjet-printed a-WO3/TiO2/WOX films for high-performance electrochromic applications. Journal of Materials Chemistry. 22, 13268 (2012).
2. Wojcik, P.J., Pereira, L., Martins, R., Fortunato, E.: Statistical mixture design and multivariate analysis of inkjet printed a-WO3/TiO2/WOX electrochromic films. ACS Combinatorial Science. 16 (1), 5-16 (2014).
3. Bernacka-Wojcik, I., Senadeera, R., Wojcik, P.J., Silva, L.B., Doria, G., Baptista, P., Aguas, H., Fortunato, E., Martins, R.: Inkjet printed and “doctor blade” TiO2 photodetectors for DNA biosensors. Biosensors & bioelectronics. 25, 1229–34 (2010).
4. Bernacka-Wojcik, I., Lopes, P., Catarina Vaz, A., Veigas, B., Jerzy Wojcik, P., Simões, P., Barata, D., Fortunato, E., Viana Baptista, P., Aguas, H., Martins, R.: Bio-microfluidic platform for gold nanoprobe based DNA detection-application to Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Biosensors & bioelectronics. 48, 87–93 (2013).
5. Veigas, B., Branquinho, R., Pinto, J. V., Wojcik, P.J., Martins, R., Fortunato, E., Baptista, P. V.: Ion sensing (EIS) real-time quantitative monitorization of isothermal DNA amplification. Biosensors and Bioelectronics. 52, 50–55 (2013).
6. Contreras, J., Martins, R., Wojcik, P., Filonovich, S., Aguas, H., Gomes, L., Fortunato., E., Ferreira, I.: Color sensing ability of an amorphous silicon position sensitive detector array system. Sensors and Actuators A: Physical. 205, 26–37 (2014).