D. Jesus Simón Romeo (Zaragoza 1981), is Mechanical Engineer (2006) from the Technical Engineer School of Zaragoza. During 2005 – 2006 had an Erasmus grant in the Aarhus Engineer School (Denmark) where he studied a 60 ECTS course, “International Year in Mechanical Design”. Next, he carried out the European Master about Renewable Energy (2007) by Zaragoza University. In 2007 July he set up the Foundation, working in R&D project about renewable energy and hydrogen integration. Today he is working as Project Manager at the Aragón Hydrogen Foundation. From September 2010 to December 2011 he coursed the Master on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency at the University of Zaragoza. Since October 2012 he is studying for a PhD related to energy storage with hydrogen for large penetration of REN scenarios.
Ana Maria Ferriz Quilez finished her studies in industrial engineering in 2010, obtaining her MSc. renewable engineering degree in 2011 in the University of Zaragoza, Spain. In 2011, she became part of the Aragon Hydrogen Foundation working on R&D projects related to renewable energies and hydrogen. From 2011 to 2013 she was focused on microtubular solid oxide fuel cells in which field she has two publications. Subsequently, she has been involved in the LIFE+ ZeroHyTechPark project and in several FCH – JU projects: FluMaBack, KnowHy, Hy4All, HyUnder, with one publication in this last one; concentrating her work on the fuel cell and hydrogen markets and business models and hydrogen awareness projects. Since 2012 she is also part of the training department in which she teaches online courses related to REN and hydrogen. In 2015 she became the responsible of the consulting and training department of the Aragon Hydrogen Foundation.
Lorenzo Castrillo Mainé (Huesca, 1983), Technician of the Foundation for the Development of New Hydrogen Technologies in Aragón, obtained his Degree in Chemistry at the University of Zaragoza in 2007 and his Master in Green Chemistry at the University of Zaragoza in 2008.He has developed his professional career in Production & Quality department at Ox-CTA, S.A. and at the R&D Department at Hydrogen Foundation since 2008.
His function at Hydrogen Foundation are related to solid state hydrogen storage since 2008 and training courses related to hydrogen since 2010.
Guillermo Figueruelo Malo finished his studies in industrial engineering degree in 2014. Currently, he is studying a master’s in industrial engineering in the University of Zaragoza, Spain. Since july 2015, he combines his studies with an internship in Aragon Hydrogen Foundation, working in the consulting and training department and being involved in several FCH-JU projects: KnowHy, Hy4All.