Killian Lobato is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon. Since his PhD days (graduated 2007 from University of Bath) he has worked on nanomaterials for energy conversion and storage. He also has other research interests, such as Solar Resource in Complex Urban Environments and Operation and Maintenance of Photovoltaic systems. Regarding his research in nanomaterials for energy conversion and storage, he currently works on the development of nanostructured metal oxides for perovskite solar cells, laser structured carbon-based supercapacitor electrodes, laser annealing for CIGS solar cells, and quantum tunnelling junctions formed by laser doping for silicon/perovskite monolithic tandem solar cells. He lectures undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Solar PV materials and technologies, solar resource, electrochemical energy storage & conversion, and management of renewable energy systems.