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Heinz Sfalsini

MaSc Student

Heinz Sfalsini is a Master’s student in Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry at the University of Toronto. He is deeply engaged in research focused on obtaining informative data on water contamination in the Thunder Bay area relative to known acute myeloid leukemia clusters. As a member of the research group, his work involves analyzing complex data to understand the existence, migration, and volume of contaminants through the landfill, with a specialization in data visualization and analytics.
Before pursuing his Master’s degree, Heinz earned a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering in Brazil in 2013 and a civil engineering technology diploma from Humber College in 2023. Prior to his academic pursuits in Canada, he gained five years of experience in the construction industry in Brazil.
Since 2022, Heinz has been actively involved in the research project, initially joining as a student from Humber College. His dedication to the project has led to significant contributions, including his involvement in a publication for the International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology titled ‘Integrating Geoelectrical and Water Chemistry Studies to Explore Environmental Challenges with an Indigenous Community in Northern Canada.
Heinz’s passion for improving community well-being drives his commitment to projects that address environmental challenges. His dedication to research and data-driven solutions exemplifies his goal of making a meaningful impact on society.