Matteo Bevione completed his bachelor's degree in Physics in 2017 at the University of Turin and his master's in Nanotechnologies for ICTs in 2019 at the Polytechnic of Turin. He performed his thesis on the theoretical and experimental analysis of superparamagnetic and pyroelectric colloids for waste heat to power applications, resulting in a shared patent on novel technology for low-grade wasted heat harvesting. Afterward, he performed an internship at the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) in the Center for Sustainable Future Technologies, where he gained valuable experience in waste heat to power technologies, soft robotic applications, and additive manufacturing.
He is currently an EPFL Ph.D. candidate in the Doctoral Program in Photonics (EDPO) performing his studies between the Laboratory of Nanoscience for Energy Technologies (LNET - Lausanne) and the Ceramic Department of the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (Empa - Dübendorf).
Matteo Bevione is actively involved in some extracurricular activities, among which is the DRones Autonomous Flight Team (DRAFT).