Dr João Santos: Food Processing | Best Researcher Award

João Rodrigo Santos at Dep Química e Bioquímica, Portugal

João Rodrigo da Silva Santos is a Portuguese analytical chemist with a rich academic and professional background. Born in 1978, he holds a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from the Faculty of Pharmacy of Porto University, where his thesis focused on the construction of tubular electrochemical detectors for continuous flow systems. Fluent in Portuguese and proficient in English, he also has basic knowledge of Spanish and German.

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

📚 Academic Achievements:

  • PhD in Analytical Chemistry (2009)
  • MSc in Chemistry (2002)
  • Chemistry degree (1999)

👨‍🔬 Professional Journey:

Researcher at Requimte/LAQV (2018 – present), Post-PhD Researcher at Requimte/LAQV (2016 – 2018), Post-PhD Researcher at CBQF/Escola Superior de Biotecnologia (2010 – 2016), Laboratory Technician at REQUIMTE – GABAI (2003 – 2009), Laboratory Technician at Unicer Bebidas de Portugal (2002 – 2003), Scholarship holder in Laboratório de Electroanálise IV (1999 – 2002)

🗣️ Scientific Meetings:

Presented at conferences on analytical chemistry and coffee analysis Served as Chairman in electrochemistry and chromatography events João Rodrigo da Silva Santos, with a diverse academic and professional background, is making significant contributions to the world of analytical chemistry and food quality. 🌐👨‍🔬

Research Focus 🌱🔬:

João Rodrigo Santos is an analytical chemist whose research focuses on the development and application of innovative analytical methodologies. 🧪 His work spans various areas, from potentiometric detection of nitrate in water and vegetables to automation of standard addition calibration methods. 🌊 He has contributed to the field with the construction and validation of specialized electrodes for flow analysis, such as tubular bismuth film amperometric detectors and gold tubular electrodes. ⚙️ João’s expertise extends to chromatographic techniques for beer analysis, showcasing his proficiency in addressing diverse analytical challenges in both environmental and food sciences. 🍻

 

Publications Top Notes:
João Santos | Food Processing | Best Researcher Award

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