We are excited to announce that Dr Ana Neves will be speaking at INASCON 2017.
Dr Neves is a lecturer in engineering at the University of Exeter, but her background is in chemistry, with a PhD awarded in 2013 by Instituto Superior Tecnico, University of Lisbon, Portugal, for work carried out at the Solid State Group of ITN (Technical and Nuclear Institute), focusing on the molecular engineering of organic and organometallic materials with magnetic and electric properties. She was then a postdoctoral researcher at INESC in Lisbon with the Organic Electronics Group.
Dr Neves joined the University of Exeter in 2014 as an Associate Research Fellow under the project “Wearable light emitting transistors for future communication devices”. Since 2016 she is a Proleptic Lecturer in Engineering, and currently holds a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship with project E-TEX “All-organic devices in textiles for wearable electronics”. She is also a member of the Nano-Engineering, Science and Technology Group (NEST).
Dr Neves’ current research interests include applications of organic and molecular materials, graphene and 2D materials in wearable electronics and sensing devices. We look forward to having her at INASCON.