"Study of Lamellar Materials Applied in Nanostructured Devices"

Study of Lamellar Materials Applied in Nanostructured Devices "


Morgana (1) Morgana – Müller de França

(1) PhD student
Federal University of Parana,
Visiting PhD student for 6 months – 01/04 until 30/09 – lab Crystals NanoMat LMGP


Organic solar cells are known for their lightweight and flexible characteristics, making them a promising option for renewable energy. The research group of nanostructured devices (DiNe) focuses on developing these solar cells and studying gas sensor devices. With the current project integrating MXenes into these devices the group aims to potentially enhance their performance. MXenes possess unique properties that may improve the efficiency, stability and overall characteristics of the devices. With the objective of thoroughly investigating how MXenes influence the properties of the devices.

Short Bio/CV
She has a degree in Physics (2019) and a master's degree in engineering and Materials Science (2022) from Federal University of Paraná (UFPR). Between 2014 and 2018, she worked as a fellow in the Institutional Program for Teaching Initiation Scholarships (PIBID). Between 2018 and 2019, she participated in the group of nanostructured devices (DiNe) as a scientific initiation volunteer. She has experience in Physics of Condensed Matter, emphasizing on metal oxides and polymers. She is currently a PhD student in Engineering and Material’s Science at the Federal University of Paraná.

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