University of Aveiro

Campus Universitário de Santiago, 3810-193, Aveiro, Portugal

JORNADAS 2019 VII Annual Meeting, 14 Dec 2019


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About JORNADAS 2019

JORNADAS VII Annual Meeting will be held at the Campus Universitário de Santiago of the University of Aveiro, Portugal, at December 14th, 2019.

Organizing and Scientific Committees


Organizing Committee

  • João Veloso – Chair
  • Rodrigo Martins – Co-Chair
  • Ricardo Dias
  • Florinda Costa
  • Silvia Soreto
  • Anselmo Marques
  • Marta Ferreira
  • Micael Nascimento
  • Rui Costa
  • Nabiha Ben Sedrine
  • Iraj Mohammadi

Scientific Committee

  • João Veloso
  • Elvira Fortunato
  • Rodrigo Martins
  • Ricardo Dias
  • João Pedro Veiga
  • Florinda Costa

Invited Speaker


Professor Pablo Ordejón

Title of talk: "Research and Innovation in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at ICN2"

Professor Pablo Ordejón is the Director of the Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2) since 2012. Under his direction, ICN2 has obtained twice the prestigious Severo Ochoa award recognizing the scientific excellence of the center. His research focuses on the simulation of materials at the atomistic level, and is one of the main developers of SIESTA, a simulation code used by hundreds of researchers in the academia and the industry. He was elected Fellow of the American Physical Society and Member of the Academia Europaea. He is also one of the founders of SIMUNE Atomistics, a spin-off company that provides advanced computer simulation services for materials design.



Friday 13 Dec 2019
  • 17h 00m

    National Coordination Meeting (CICFANO)

Saturday 14 Dec 2019Morning
  • 09h 30m

    Registration / breakfast DeCA Hall)

    09h 30m – UA members

    10h 00m – UNL members

  • 10h 30m

    Opening Session (Auditorium CCCI - DeCA)

    Prof. João Veloso (i3N | UA Coordinator)

    Prof. Artur Silva (Vice-rector, UA)

    Profª. Elvira Fortunato (i3N Coordinator, Vice-rector UNL)

  • 11h 00m

    Posters Pitch – (3 min. x 28)

  • 12h 45m

    Lunch Time

    Castro University Restaurant

Saturday 14 Dec 2019 Evening
  • 14h 00m

    Posters Session (DeCA Hall)

  • 14h 45m

    Invited Plenary by Professor Pablo Ordejón, Director of ICN2 (Auditorium CCCI - DeCA)

    Title of talk: "Research and Innovation in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at ICN2"

  • 15h 45m

    i3N Group presentations (15 min each)

    João Pinto (NO)

    João Borges (SBMG)

    Ricardo Dias (TCP)

    João Veiga (ME)

    João Veloso (PAMD)

    Rodrigo Martins (MEON)

  • 17h 30m

    Coffee break (DeCA Hall)

  • 18h 00m

    Posters Summary by Prof. Rodrigo Martins (Auditorium CCCI - DeCA)

  • 18h 30m


    - i3N publications with the highest Impact Factor

    Almeida APC, Canejo JP, Fernandes SN, Echeverria C, Almeida PL, Godinho MH. Cellulose-Based Biomimetics and Their Applications. Adv Mater. 2018. doi:10.1002/adma.201703655
    IF: 25.809

    Carvalho AF, Fernandes AJS, Leitão C, et al. Laser-Induced Graphene Strain Sensors Produced by Ultraviolet Irradiation of Polyimide. Adv Funct Mater. 2018. doi:10.1002/adfm.201805271
    IF: 15.621

    Grey P, Fernandes SN, Gaspar D, et al. Field‐Effect Transistors: Field‐Effect Transistors on Photonic Cellulose Nanocrystal Solid Electrolyte for Circular Polarized Light Sensing (Adv. Funct. Mater. 21/2019). Adv Funct Mater. 2019. doi:10.1002/adfm.201970145
    IF: 15.621

    - Best Posters

    Edgar Wright "Structure and Dynamics of Biological and Social Networks"

    Carlos Rosário "Electrical transport mechanisms in Ta2O5-based memristive devices"

    Paul Grey "Cellulose Photonic Circular Polarized Light Detectors"

  • 19h 00m

    Closing Session

Poster Presentation


  • P1: "Theory of Defects in Semiconductors: Bulk, Surfaces and Nanostructures" by: José Coutinho
  • P2: "Cellulose-based Hydro-responsive Materials" by: Ana Almeida
  • P3: "Topological Insulators: symmetries, interactions and bound states" by: Anselmo Marques
  • P4: "Development of multifunctional electrospun magnetic membranes for biomedical applications" by: Paula Soares
  • P5: "Structural Properties of Complex Networks" by: Gabor Timar
  • P6: "Solution-based Zinc-Tin Oxide nanostructures: from synthesis to electronic applications" by: Ana Rovisco (Jorge Martins)
  • P7: "Structure and Dynamics of Biological and Social Networks" by: Edgar Wright
  • P8: "Ancient Bronze production technologies: from Cu & Sn ores to metals" by: Elin Figueiredo
  • P9: "Nanostructured ZnO and ZnO/nanocarbon composites for biosensing applications" by: Joana Rodrigues
  • P10: "Multifunctional and transparent low cost metal oxide electronics" by: Emanuel Carlos
  • P11: "IFLUX- X-ray Fluorescence Imaging based on Micro-patterned Gaseous detector" by: Ana Luísa Silva
  • P12: "Cements and Mortars in Historical Monuments: Contributions for the Preservation of Built Cultural Heritage" by: Fernanda Carvalho
  • P13: "Novel optical fiber sensor designs for AROMA compounds detection" by: Marta Ferreira
  • P14: "TCAD simulation platform for oxide transistors and memories" by: Jorge Martins
  • P15: "Electrical transport mechanisms in Ta2O5-based memristive devices" by: Carlos Rosário
  • P16: "Design of nanoSERS platforms for biosensing" by: Maria João Oliveira
  • P17: "Crystalline silicon nanoparticles for new (opto)electronic applications" by: Bruno Falcão
  • P18: "Cellulose Photonic Circular Polarized Light Detectors" by: Paul Grey
  • P19: "Graphene foams and membranes for electromechanical sensing" by: Alexandre Carvalho
  • P20: "Magnetic bioactive glass-based 3D systems for bone cancer therapy" by: Ricardo Matos
  • P21: "Investigation of ferroic nanostructures for energy and environment" by: Venkata Ramana
  • P22: "Solution Processed Halide Perovskite Thin Film Transistor" by: Santanu Jana
  • P23: "Developing Biomaterials and Ceramics for Industrial Applications" by: Silvia Gavinho
  • P24: "Design of optimized photonic microstructures coupled with luminescent down-shifting for high-efficient, flexible and stable perovskite solar cells" by: Sirazul Huque
  • P25: "Optical fiber sensors networks for in situ lithium-ion batteries monitoring" by: Micael Nascimento
  • P26: "Nanoscale date storage by Probe Induced charge injection method" by: Suman Nandy
  • P27: "Development and optimization of optical fibre sensors by a femtosecond laser" by: Tiago Paixão
  • P28: "Structurally colored bio-inspired sustainable materials" by: Susete Fernandes


Location that you'll be looking for

JORNADAS 2019 Location

  • Campus Universitário de Santiago of the University of Aveiro, 3810-193, Aveiro, Portugal


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