Sébastien Huclin was born in 1992 in Paris. He obtained a Master's degree in Physics at the University of Paris-Sud in 2018. During his academic career, he completed two six-month internships. The first at INRA (Institut national de la recherche agronomique), which focused on characterizing the physical properties of rice husks, with the aim of recycling their mineral content. The second at BC3 (Basque center for Climate Change) during which he quantitatively studied what would be the necessary means of storage if intermittent energies were integrated with high percentages. He also had the opportunity to present his work at a conference of the AEEE in 2019 (Asociación Española para la Economía Energética) in A Coruña. In May 2019, he obtained a doctoral grant (Maria de Maeztu) and incorporated the Institute of Technological Research as a researcher in training, where he works on the development of an electrical model.
Areas of interest:
Integration of renewable and intermittent energies, storage facilities, hydroelectricity, energy transition.