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Born in France in the 80s, Thomas career started in the nuclear industry with an associated physico-chemistry education [1-2]. He then moved to England to pursue a BSc , master, PhD  in the field of photovoltaic energy. In 2010 he relocated in Norway and has been working since as a physicist and business development manager for youngest research institute in Norway, called Teknova.
Commissioned in 2011 by the research council of Norway as a technical expert for the Eureka cluster Eurogia+ , Thomas has been involved with the evaluation and promotion of large energy projects (> 1 to 5 M Euros) dealing with low carbon technologies. Since 2014 he also hold a shared time position as associated professor at the University of Adger.
His primary research interests and recent industrial project work at Teknova focuses on the O&G industry sector on topics related to condition based maintenance, design of optoelectronic systems, ray tracing, conception of experimental rigs and deployment of harsh environment proof instrumentation.
 Technical university diploma (DUT) of physical and chemical measurement technologies from University of Bordeaux I, France.
 License of physical and chemical measurement technologies from University of Bordeaux I, France.
 BSc (Hons) instrumentation system from Sheffield Hallam University, UK.
 PhD & Mphil, development of a new type of concentrating solar cells using fluorophores and light management to increases the efficiency of c-Si solar cells. Southampton University, UK.