Jose’s career is quite multidisciplinary, although he is been always dealing with the energy field. Jose holds a bachelor’s degree in energy engineering by the University of Málaga (2016), where he specialsed his studies in renewable energys and air conditioning. He also holds a master’s degree in nuclear engineering by the Polithecnical University of Catalonia (2018). Besides, he has combined his studies during more than 2 years with research work on air conditioning modelling first and mass transport simulations both for dehydration design and for fusion energy after. Since August 2018 he has joined the Thermoelectric division of the Nanoionics research group at IREC in order to start his PhD in semiconductor nanostructures for thermal an thermoelectric applications in the frame of the SIGGNAL and HARVESTORE projects.