Dr. Goujon´s research interests are the development of advanced polymer materials with well-defined nanostructure and unique transport properties for energy storage and membrane separation applications. In 2012, He was awarded a PhD scholarship from Deakin University (Australia) to develop size selective separation membranes using polymerizable lyotropic liquid crystals and cyclic peptide nanotubes for gas separation and water purification applications, under the supervision of Dr. Nolene Byrne. After his PhD, Dr. Goujon joined the research group of Prof. Maria Forsyth and Prof. Howlett as an Associate Research fellow in 2016. This appointment was financially supported by a joint strategic initiative funding scheme between Deakin University (IFM, Australia) and Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation(CSIRO, Australia), and represent a research career change for Dr. Goujon, moving into the battery research field. In this project, He developed solid polymer electrolyte for application in solid-state lithium metal batteries, using polymerized ionic liquid block copolymers. In 2019, Dr. Goujon seized the unique opportunity to work in one of the world leading research group in the field of redox polymers for energy storage applications (Prof. David Mecerreyes, POLYMAT), allowing him to expand his knowledge to different energy storage technologies (i.e. all-organic batteries, pseudo-supercapacitors). In 2021, Dr. Goujon was awarded a prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship from the European commission to develop redox polymers with synergetic electrical and ionic conducting properties for all-organic batteries. During this appointment at POLYMAT, Dr. Goujon was charged the redox polymers team for energy storage applications within Professor Mecerreyes’ group. This involves the supervision of three PhD students, who started in 2020, in addition to leading several collaborative research projects. In 2023, Dr. Goujon Joined CIC energiGUNE as a researcher under the Polymer Electrolytes research line.