Guilherme Zepon, a materials engineer and lecturer at the University of São Carlos, completed his master’s and doctorate degrees at the same institution. During his doctorate, he spent six months at the University of Bremen in Germany and another six months at the Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble in France. Remarkably, by the age of 28, Guilherme had already become a university professor. His professional focus is on renewable energy sources, with a particular emphasis on hydrogen. He researches metal alloys to improve the storage efficiency of this gas. Outside his work, Guilherme cherishes his free time with his wife, enjoying movies and series at home. He also relishes hosting barbecues for family and friends.