António M. Peres graduated in Chemical Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto (FEUP) in 1993 and, in that same year, started his post-graduate studies in the Department of Chemical Engineering at FEUP, where in 1998 he obtained his degree of Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering. In 1996 he joined the Polytechnic Institute of Bragança (IPB) as Teaching Assistant, being since 2010 Assistant Professor at IPB.


Electrochemical sensor technology: Electronic Tongues; Aptasensors
Food Science and Technology
Chemometric tools


Í. Marx, N. Rodrigues, L.G. Dias, A.C.A. Veloso, J.A. Pereira, D.A. Drunkler, A.M. Peres. Sensory classification of table olives using an electronic tongue: Analysis of aqueous pastes and brines. Talanta, 162, 98–106, 2017 S.G. Meirinho, L.G. Dias, A.M. Peres, L.R. Rodrigues. Voltammetric aptasensors for protein disease biomarkers detection: a review. Biotechnology Advances, 34, 941-953, 2016 S.G. Meirinho, L.G. Dias, A.M. Peres, L.R. Rodrigues. Development of an electrochemical RNA-aptasensor to detect human osteopontin. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 71, 332-341, 2015 L.G. Dias, A.C.A. Veloso, M.E.B.C. Sousa, L. Estevinho, A.A.S.C. Machado, A.M. Peres. A novel approach for honey pollen profile assessment using an electronic tongue and chemometric tools. Analytica Chimica Acta, 900, 36-45, 2015 L.G. Dias, C. Sequeira, A.C.A. Veloso, M.E.B.C. Sousa, A.M. Peres. Evaluation of healthy and sensory indexes of sweetened beverages using an electronic tongue. Analytica Chimica Acta, 848, 32-42, 2014 A.M. Peres, P. Freitas, L.G. Dias, M.E.B.C. Sousa, L.M. Castro, A.C.A. Veloso. Cyclic voltammetry: A tool to quantify 2,4,6-trichloroanisole in aqueous samples from cork planks boiling industrial process. Talanta, 117, 438-444, 2013
António Peres