Guilherme Ribeiro

PhD student
Materials for Electronics, Optoelectronics and Nanotechnologies
Open Space (CEMOP) 2.20


Received Msc Degree in 2020 with a thesis in Micro and Nanotechnology Engineering in 2019 the thesis “Thin-film tandem solar cells based on Perovskite-Si: development of interlayer for 4-terminal device configuration”.

Currently working on Perovskite-on-silicon tandem solar and fabrication of colloidal quantum-dot intermediate band solar cells (CQD-IBSCs) based in perovskite host materials.

Part of “Lab-on-Paper goes Suborbital” team, helping in electromechanical systems design and device fabrication.