Ana Isabel Bento Rovisco

Materials for Electronics, Optoelectronics and Nanotechnologies
PhD Student
Clean Room 13768/13769


Ana Rovisco received her Master’s degree in Physics Engineering from Universidade Nova de Lisboa in 2012. She was grant researcher at CEMOP/UNINOVA were she worked with oxide thin film transistors. She is currently a Nanotechnologies and Nanosciences Ph.D Student at the same university at i3N/CENIMAT and CEMOP/UNINOVA. The main topics of her research are focused on the development of solution-based oxide semiconductor nanowires for electronic applications. Main scientific interests: Oxide thin film transistors, Nanowires synthesis by solution processes, NanoFETs, flexible and transparent technology Material characterization using SEM and AFM and electrical characterization of devices/circuits

Main publications

•    B. Barrocas, S. Sério, A. Rovisco, and M. E. Melo Jorge, “Visible-Light Photocatalysis in Ca 0.6 Ho 0 .4 MnO 3 Films Deposited by RF-Magnetron Sputtering Using Nanosized Powder Compacted Target,” J. Phys. Chem. C, vol. 118, no. 1, pp. 590–597, Jan. 2014.

•    B. Barrocas, S. Sério, A. Rovisco, Y. Nunes, A. I. de Sá, M. I. da S. Pereira, and M. E. M. Jorge, “Characterization and electrochemical behaviour of nanostructured calcium samarium manganiteelectrodes fabricated by RF-Magnetron Sputtering,” Electrochim. Acta, Jun. 2014.

•    B. Barrocas, S. Sério, A. Rovisco, Y. Nunes, and M. E. M. Jorge, “Removal of rhodamine 6G dye contaminant by visible light driven immobilized Ca1-xLnxMnO3 (Ln=Sm, Ho; 0.1≤x≤0.4) photocatalysts,” Appl. Surf. Sci., Nov. 2015.