João Coelho

Investigador Doutorado

João Coelho earned a Bachelor’s (2007) and Master’s (2009) degrees in physics from University of Porto (Portugal) and received his PhD at Trinity College Dublin (Ireland) in 2016. Then he worked as a Postdoc in Prof. Nicolosi’s group at CRANN (Dublin), until he joined CENIMAt|i3N (Lisbon) in 2020 as a Junior Researcher (CEEC 2018).

Áreas de Investigação

His research interests focus on the synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials for new or improved energy storage devices, namely supercapacitors and lithium-ion batteries. Briefly, his work aims to promote the transition of current energy storage devices towards flexible and wearable technologies.

Interesses Científicos

Besides energy storage I am highly interested in nanomaterials anad nanofabrication methods.

Publicações Representativas

  • Coelho, J., et al. "An outlook on printed microsupercapacitors: Technology status, remaining challenges, and opportunities." Current Opinion in Electrochemistry 21 (2020): 69-75.
  • Park, Sang-Hoon, et al. "High areal capacity battery electrodes enabled by segregated nanotube networks." Nature Energy 4.7 (2019): 560-567.
  • Coelho, João, et al. "Lithium Titanate/carbon nanotubes composites processed by ultrasound irradiation as anodes for lithium ion batteries." Scientific reports 7.1 (2017): 1-11.
  • Kelly, Adam G., et al. "All-printed thin-film transistors from networks of liquid-exfoliated nanosheets." Science 356.6333 (2017): 69-73.
  • Coelho, João, et al. "Manganese oxide nanosheets and a 2D hybrid of graphene–manganese oxide nanosheets synthesized by liquid-phase exfoliation." 2D Materials 2.2 (2015): 025005.