Nidhal graduated from the National Schools of Engineers of Gabes (ENIG), Tunisia, in 2010, with a degree in Civil Engineering. He holds a Master degree in Computational Mechanics from Tunisia Polytechnic School since 2014. In 2015, he joined Swansea University as a PhD student. His doctoral research work was funded by Qatar National Research Funds. He modelled eddy current sensors for Blade Tip Timing application and validated these models experimentally. He has joined the DigiTwin project as a Research Assistant in February 2019. His research mainly concerns experimental methods for components and joints.