During her training in Grenoble-INP Pagora, Carine completed two years of apprenticeship at the fuel cell laboratory in CEA. She studied the improvement of the homogeneity of active layers and the impact on the performances of the fuel cells. After her graduation, she integrated the laboratory of Li-ion battery in CEA.
She worked on a new generation of all-solid-state batteries for a year and a half. Motivated to work for sustainable and eco-friendly fuel cells, she joined the Innovation Division at BeFC as a formulation and printing engineer.