Daniel Pérez Antolín is graduated in Chemical Engineering by Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid in 2016, with his Final Degree Project "Design of an integrated biorefinery for biodiesel, glycerin and hydrogen production through supercritical technology". Afterwards, he started the Interuniversity Master in Chemical Engineering in both Autonoma’s and Rey Juan Carlos Universities of Madrid, finished in 2017 with his master's thesis "Design and feasibility study of the production process of β-carotene from Dunaliella salina". In the professional field he did an internship in CIEMAT (2016) in the design, assembly and characterization of Li-Ion batteries, as well as in the Institute of Materials Science of the CSIC (2017) in preparation, synthesis and characterization of heterogeneous catalysts. In September of 2017 he did an internship in Electrochemical Processes Unit of IMDEA Energy (2017). Since March 2018, he is predoctoral researcher in the same unit.