PhD in Conservation Sciences (2016), specialized in glass archaeometry. She has 10 years of experince in Glass and Ceramics Conservation and 8 years of experience connected to studies in the field of conservation materials, in experimental archaeology, the history of the production of historical glass objects, the disclosure of its commercial routes and usage throughout the centuries, and how glass trading reflected in thecivilizations’ economy. I. Coutinho is also motiveted with the studies of glass corrosion mechanisms. Through the study of historical glass compositions, it is expected to learn more about glass degradation phenomena and as a result to propose new and improved conservation measures for this material.
The gourd-shaped vessel: a Portuguese product? Journal of Glass Studies, 59 (2017): 215-234.
Colourless Roman glass from the Zadar necropolis: An exploratory approach. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 15, (2017): 194–202.
Wine bottles from Lisbon: archaeometric studies of two archaeological sites dated from the 17th to the 19th century. Archaeometry, 59, no. 5, (2017): 852–873.
The Stained Glass collection of King Ferdinand II of Portugal – Assembling the puzzle (2012-2016). PI: Márcia Vilarigues.