Aitor Beloki Arrondo completed his studies in Energy engineering in 2018 at Mondragon Goi-Eskola Politeknikoa. During this period, he spent 8 months in Warstein (Germany) working as an intern for Infineon Technologies AG, where he had the chance to develop his bachelor thesis in the field of modeling and simulation of power inverters. Then, in 2019, he enrolled in the MSc in Electrical engineering at Politecnico di Milano. As part of his study plan, he joined CIC energiGUNE in September 2020 as an intern in the Advanced Electrolytes and Cell integration research group, where he developed his master thesis on the topic of system-level modeling and simulation of AORFBs. In March 2021, he prolonged his stay at CIC as a junior Project Engineer focusing his activities on the design and development of control algorithms aimed for RFBs. Currently, Aitor is carrying out his doctoral studies at the center, focalizing on the optimization of RFB cell designs by studying and developing 3D multiphysical computational models.