Daniel Gonzalez is an Electrochemical Engenieer with more than 10 years of experience in the development of materials and components for fuel cells and batteries in the frame of private projects.
Presently he is involved I in the development and characterization of corrosion protective coating for bipolar plates inside the STAMPEM European funded project.
Daniel Gonzalez got a 5 years engineering degree in the university of the Basque Country in 2002. At that moment he started to work in the surface engineering department of the Spanish RTD Inasmet where he was granted to join a Master degree in Innovation and Technology Management by Deusto Universtity, which was finalized in 2003.
Along more than 10 years of experience in the R&D he took part in more than 20 private projects for Spanish Industries in the field of fuel cells and surface engineering. In 2011 he moved to the Energy Storage Department of Tecnalia where he worked intensively in advanced battery technologies.
Since 2013 he works in the School of Chemical Engineering of Birmingham University developing and characterizing corrosion protective coating for BPP of PEMFC.