Graduated and MSc in Agricultural Engineering with a strong emphasis on internationalization. He has been studied at the renowned São Paulo State University Júlio de Mesquita Filho - Campus of Botucatu - Faculty of Agronomic Sciences, Brazil, also at the prestigious The University of Adelaide, Australia where he was honoured with the "Joanne Kanas Memorial Medal". Accomplished his master's thesis at The Faculty of Sciences of The University of Porto (FCUP) in modelling biophysical parameters of Vitis vinifera L., where techniques of remote sensing and machine learning techniques were applied, obtained the highest grade (20/20). Participated in the “WineSpectra” and "VineSpec" projects that involve transference of knowledge between FCUP and companies of the wine sector, which had the main goal of modelling the grapevine water status in the Douro Wine Region, based on remote sensing techniques. He is currently a PhD student in Agricultural Sciences, holder of a FCT scholarship (SFRH / BD / 145182/2019) whose theme involves the application of systems biology in the context of precision agriculture. At the beginning of his PhD, he was selected to participate in the competitive “9th Advanced Training Course on Land Remote Sensing: Agriculture” promoted by the European Space Agency (ESA) hosted at the renowned Université catholique de Louvain, in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, during the period from 16 to 20 September 2019. He is involved in the “Metbots” project, which commits part of his PhD work. He is also an Invited Assistant at FCUP, where he teaches the subject of Applications to Agriculture, from the Master in Remote Sensing, and also agriculture subjects, from the Agricultural Engineering and Landscape Architecture degrees. Developed knowledge about the research process (technology, implementation, and communication of results) both in academic and business context.