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PhD student



Sofia Martins is currently a predoctoral fellow at UAB funded by the BeMAGIC European Training Network. Her PhD research focusses on the study of magnetoelectric effects in oxide materials (basically Co3O4, Fe3O4), with different microstructures, prepared by evaporation-induced self-assembly, sputtering and electrodeposition. Sofia, with a strong background in Microtechnologies and Nanofabrication, has an Integrated Master Degree in Micro and Nanotechnology Engineering from NOVA University of Lisbon (FCT-UNL). Her master thesis on “Optimization of Printed TIPS-Pentacene Thin-Film Applied on OFET Technology’’ was developed at the São Carlos Institute of Physics (São Paulo University). In her first year of carrier Sofia worked in Amkor, high-quality semiconductor packaging and test services industry in Vila do Conde, Portugal, where she joined the R&D team as Integrator Engineer. From 2018 to 2020 she was working as Cleanroom Engineer in the International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL) at Braga, Portugal, as responsible of developing micro and nanofabrication processes towards advanced silicon machining at wafer scale to produce MEMS devices and sensors for a large spectrum of applications.