Nicolas Chauvin graduated from Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) in Robotic Engineering. After obtaining his M.Sc. (with honors) from EPFL, he became visitor scientist at NASA Ames Research Center on the Mars Pathfinder mission, then in the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. In parallel, Mr. Chauvin studied at the Business Faculty of Lausanne University where he obtain his postgrad Certificate in Business Management.
In 2000, Mr. Chauvin founded two different high-tech startup companies, one developing computer assisted surgery equipment, the other one developing multiuser online 3D games. From 2005 to 2012, Nicolas Chauvin worked for Logitech as Principal Engineer and Technology Strategist where he developed advanced human machine interaction technologies and energy management technologies for consumer electronics applications.
In 2011, Nicolas Chauvin decided to join the field of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science after studying in depth energy harvesting alternatives for consumer electronics businesses and starting to understand the potential applications of LENR and LENR+. In March 2012, Mr. Chauvin founded LENR Cars, a company dedicated to develop long term scenarios for mobile electricity production from LENR thermal generators applied to the transportation industry market. In July 2012, Mr. Chauvin presented a paper at ILENR-12 conference supporting his vision. LENR Cars is currently developing thermoelectric conversion systems.
In August 2012 at ICCF-17, Mr. Chauvin became one of the founder of Martin Fleishmann Memorial Project and is now also director at Quantum Heat CIC.