Guillaume Lamblin received his PhD (2005) in electrochemistry from the University of Cergy-Pontoise (France). He joined the Nanomaterials Unit in the Materials Research and Technology (MRT) department in the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) in 2015 as Research & Technology associates. Over the last 15 years, he worked in multidisciplinary R&D fields addressing nanotechnology, micro/nanofabrication, electrochemistry and material science in the fields of biosensing, energy and new materials/coatings. He is strongly oriented toward the translation of fundamental/applied research results towards higher Technology Readiness Level with industrial partners. His current research activities are mainly revolving around the elaboration of (micro/nano)-structures/materials through electrochemical synthesis (electrodeposition, anodization) and Li-ion batteries (ALD synthesis of cathodic materials, innovations in copper current collectors).