The team

In spite of its size, the INFINERGIES team gathers a surprising number of strongly developed skills. Whether you require general power electronics skills, or more specific ones such as electromagnetic compatibility, digital control magnetic components design, microcontroller programming, there is someone at Infinergies that can help you. Passionate and energetic, the INFINERGIES team is also experienced and will use its energy to offer the best to its customers.

Julien Ménagé (  ) graduated from Supélec in 2007, majoring in power electronics. He started is career at Thalès AES, where he designed inverters for aircrafts. During this period, he strengthened his power electronics skills, especially regarding power semiconductor, magnetic components design and electromagnetic compatibility, and acquired a strong knowledge of the D0160, ABD-100 and MIL-STD-461 standards. After 4 years, he went to work for BrightLoop, whose more generalist orientation allowed him to apply his skills to diverse industrial domains ranging from medical to food industry, and various applications such as DC/DC converters and single-phase or three-phase rectifiers. Finally, he went to Valeo (and Valeo Siemens eAutomotive) where he designed and supervised the design of inverters, DC/DC converters and on-board chargers for the automotive industry. After 10 years of experience, he decided to launch INFINERGIES, where he is general manager and CTO.

Adrien Thurin (  ) graduated from Supélec in 2007, majoring in power electronics. After a short side-track working for power distribution of the rail industry in Systra, he returned to his passion : power electronics. At Martek Power, and later at BrightLoop, he started to apply his training, but quickly moved to learning the digital aspects of the field, and particularly digital control of power converters using microcontrollers. After 3 years, he left and worked for TDK-Lambda UK, in a very multicultural team, where he worked on both the hardware and software aspects of power converters. After 3 years, he returned to France and worked for Technix, a high voltage power supply company, where he developed power electronics products and/or products using microcontrollers. After 10 years of experience, he decided to launch INFINERGIES, where he is CEO.