Ana Rovisco received her PhD in Nanotechnology and Nanosciences in 2019 and her Master’s degree in Physics Engineering in 2012 from Universidade Nova de Lisboa. From 2013 to 2017 she was grant researcher at CENIMAT/i3N and CEMOP/UNINOVA, where she worked with oxide thin film transistors/circuits (fabrication and characterization). Since 2014 she is lab assistant of different courses related with nanofabrication and materials characterization in the same university. Her PhD was focused on the development of solution-based oxide semiconductor nanostructures for different applications, such as electronics, energy harvesting, photocatalysis and sensors. The main topics of her research are now more focused on nanofabrication based on e-beam lithography processes.