Pedro Anacleto

Research Engineer
Nanostructured Solar Cells

Pedro Anacleto is a Research Engineer at the Laboratory of Nanostructured Solar Cells (LaNaSC), where he focuses his research on the design and the micro and nanofabrication of photovoltaic devices, particularly to applications in thin-film solar cells, micro-concentrators, and solar window devices.

He is also responsible for the Pulsed Hybrid Reactive Magnetron Sputtering (PHRMS) tool at INL to deposit chalcogenide materials at low temperatures. At the educational level, he co-supervises and trains students at LaNaSC. He has a B.Sc. and M.Sc. degree in Biomedical Engineering from the New University of Lisbon (Portugal) and a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Minho University (Braga, Portugal). He also worked as an invited researcher at Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, USA) to develop 3D self-folding micro antennas for ultra-small implantable medical devices.

Selected Publications