Ricardo Magno is a Research Fellow at the Nanofabrication, Optoelectronics and Energy Applications (NOA) group working with transparent electronics technologies and applications where he is developing work in diverse sets of areas such as low-emissivity glasses, UV filters, integration of optoelectronic and other photoelectrochemical devices. Besides his research activities, Ricardo is also helping establish new tools, processes and procedures related to transparent and flexible optoelectronics.
Ricardo has a background in physics engineering with a PhD in physics and acts in the materials science area. He was born in Brazil, Londrina city. Bachelor graduate in 2016 from the Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar) and PhD graduate in 2023 from the São Paulo State University (Unesp), with expertise in fabrication and characterization of microdevices at a cleanroom facility at the National Center for Energy and Materials Research (CNPEM).