Javier García Blázquez obtained the degree of Industrial and Automatic Electronic Engineer in 2016 doing his internship at Michelin S.A. During this time, he worked as an industrial maintenance technician performing the configuration of thin clients (HP) as well as testing PdR computers. Synchronously, he collaborated with the University of the Basque Country manufacturing and programming a new printed circuit board to modernize the temperature sensor of a dew point hygrometer located in the sensor calibration laboratory of the Vitoria-Gasteiz School of Engineering. In October 2017, he joined Biotechnology Institute S.L. as an R&D technician, being the project manager of electromedical equipment. Through mechanical design with Unigraphics and Catia and its C ++ programming, new laboratory equipment was released. He is currently at CIC energiGUNE as a laboratory technician working on the design and development of automated modules for the synthesis and characterization of battery materials with the ultimate goal of accelerating the discovery of materials for the energy transition.