Hadrien Zerah is responsible for the adoption of Tezos technology in France at Nomadic Labs. Nomadic Labs is a research and development company for distributed, decentralized and formally verified software. With its fifty researchers and engineers based in Paris, including a large proportion of PhDs in computer science, Nomadic Labs is currently dedicated to the development of an open source implementation of the Tezos protocol and associated tools. As an adoption manager, Hadrien supports companies in their discovery of the Tezos protocol and in their projects to implement this technology. Hadrien is an engineer by training, and after his studies, he spent 7 years in Brazil where he managed a subsidiary of the French Petroleum Institute. In 2019, he obtained a Master's degree in Financial Mathematics from the Ecole Polytechnique.