Julien Lang

Canadian Nuclear Laboratories

Originally from New Brunswick, Julien Lang began studying physics at the Université de Sherbrooke in 2003. He then continued his studies at the Institut de Recherche sur l’Hydrogène in Trois-Rivières. After a PhD on hydrogen storage in metallic hydrides, he began post-doctoral studies at Chalk River in Ontario. With over 15 years’ experience on the interaction of hydrogen and its isotopes with materials, Lang is now part of the hydrogen technologies branch of Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, where he continues his research on high-entropy alloys, hydrogen and isotope-induced embrittlement of materials, and hydrogen storage. He is the author of over 20 scientific papers and acts as a reviewer for various scientific journals.