François Aguey-Zinsou received a Master in Surface and Interface Sciences in 1997, and completed a PhD in heterogeneous catalysis at the University Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris) in 2000. He carried-out postdoctoral research at The University of Queensland (Australia) in bio-electrochemistry. In 2003, he joined the research centre GKSS in Hamburg and worked on the development of advanced materials for hydrogen storage. In 2005, he moved to Queen Mary University London, and later on to University College London where he supervised research projects on hydrogen storage, biofuel cells, and biomaterials. Since 2009, he has joined the School of Chemical Sciences and Engineering at The University of New South Wales (Sydney). His current research focuses on the properties of light metals and their hydrides at the nano-scale for hydrogen storage application.
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The University of New South Wales
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