Michael Crottaz received the Dipl.-Ing. degree in Renewable Energy and Technology from the University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland, Sion, Switzerland, in 2016, and a Master of Science in Engineering majoring in Thermal Energy in 2019. From the middle of his Master degree until now, he has been working as R&D engineer in the University of Applied Sciences in Yverdon-les-Bains (HEIG-VD). His research projects have ranged from the design and building of tailor-made battery systems and their management system (BMS), hydrogen fuel cell system integration, Grid simulations, photovoltaic solar plant expertise and simulation, High-Voltage lines optimization, electrical power train design and building for solar boats. Since the beginning of 2019, he’s also working in a Start-up based in Geneva called Shematic, specialized in the construction of tailor-made power train solutions for electrical vehicles.