Nicolas is a Chemical Engineer by training and graduated from the Master AMASE in 2019 after having developed his final work in the field of carbon/salt composite materials for ammonia storage for SCR systems. Then, he decided to continue in research and carried out his doctoral thesis in co-supervision between the University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (FR) and the University of Turin (IT). He finally defended his dissertation in July 2022. His area of expertise is electrochemistry and materials applied to the low-temperature production and use of hydrogen as a renewable energy carrier. He currently works as a R&D Engineer at a leading fuel cell company for mobility applications in France.