Olivia holds a Master's degree in Nanochemistry and Nanotechnology, from Grenoble INP - Phelma, focused on Electrochemistry and Processes for Energy and Environment. She takes interest in the energy transition challenges, particularly in energy storage. As a student, she worked on batteries in research laboratories to develop her skills in electrochemistry and material sciences.
Olivia provides a supporting role to several members within the R&D teams. Her main tasks are to conduct experiments aimed at assessing the physico-chemical performance of different materials used within the construction of the biofuel cells and building a database of enzymes and materials.