Teresa Ferreira is a Chemistry Assistant Professor at the University of Évora, where she has been involved in Analytical Chemistry, Material Science and Chemistry applied to Cultural Heritage programs. Over the last nine years, after she gets a PhD in Chemistry, she redirected her research interests from semiconductor materials synthesis and characterization to cultural heritage materials and archaeometry. She is advisory of 2 doctoral theses (1 concluded), 11 master's theses (6 concluded), 12 undergraduate final projects (11 concluded), 7 short projects (6 months or less) (concluded) and 6 scholarships (concluded). Her scientific activity is expressed in 10 book chapters, 18 papers published in international peer-reviewed journals, 13 papers published in conferences proceedings with referee, and 43 oral presentations and 101 poster presentations in national and international conferences. She has been involved in the coordination and participation of 26 research and educational projects funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology and other funding agencies. She has also been a member of the organizing committees of 4 international conferences and 3 national conferences, 2 international summer schools ARCHMAT, 4 exhibitions and several regional meetings. Her main areas of research have included the study of historical textiles, tiles, photography, paper, illuminated manuscripts and metal artifacts.