Thomas Geury holds a Master degree in Electrical Engineering, obtained at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) in 2012. He then obtained his PhD degree in Engineering Sciences and Technology in 2016, in joint supervision between the ULB (BEAMS Electrical Energy research center) and the University of Lisbon (ULisbon), in the INESD-ID Power Electronics and Power Quality Group, with a F.R.I.A. grant. He also stayed for a few months at the University of Nottingham. His work focused on a new PV converter topology that uses a Matrix Converter to solve Power Quality issues on the distribution grid.
Thomas is now working as a post-doctoral researcher at MOBI in the field of power electronics and energy management systems. His activities involve research and management of EU and national research projects on power electronics, electric and (plug-in) hybrid vehicles, control systems, power management strategies, renewable energy and storage systems as well as simulation and modelling.