Samuel is a research fellow in the Water Quality Group at INL. He’s focused on developing new sensing technologies for the control e monitoring of water contaminants based on electrochemical sensing systems.
Samuel holds a Master’s degree in Biological Engineering from Universidade do Minho, Portugal, completed in 2021, specialising in Environmental Technology. Over his master program, he performed an internship at the Technical University of Delft, where he developed great computational skills to complement his master degree. Samuel joined INL during his master thesis to work win the development of electrochemical sensors under the framework of SEALAB industrial project.