Work Experience

  • - 2019


    Elkomtel Ltd.

  • - 2018

    Chief Operating Officer / R&D Director

  • - 2014

    Expert, Evaluator and Reviewer

    European Commission

  • 2019 2011

    Assistant Professor / (before Assistant Lecturer)

    Warsaw University of Technology / PAE Faculty

  • 2019 2015

    UAV Expert


  • 2018 2016

    Portfolio Project Manager / R&D Director

    Creotech Intruments S.A.

  • 2016 2014

    R&D Director

    Elkomtel Ltd.

Participation in, supervision over, evaluation and review of projects

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    CDIAS (Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - European Space Agency

    CDIAS Project (Copernicus Data and Information Access Services) is the flagship project of the European Union implemented for the European Space Agency (ESA). It is divided into two parts. The initial part, during which satellite data from observation of the Earth from the Sentinel satellite are made available and, on their basis, back-up facilities are created which allow for future easy access to the collected information that have been pre-processed and segmented. The entire process is conducted using algorithms for processing large amounts of data (Big Data Computing, Data Mining). The second phase of the project assumes the use of these data for a broad spectrum of industrial applications of agriculture, for evaluation of critical infrastructure, logistics or fishery. At this stage, the Creodias platform is supposed to be made available to a broader group of recipients, providing not only access to images, but also enabling acquisition of precise, already processed information, which are to constitute the basis for construction of specialised tools for specific groups of recipients. There is practically an indefinitely amount of methods of using such a great quantity of data, enabling examination of such extensive slices of the Earth, which causes the project results to be very crucial for the future.

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    HYPERSAT (RENESANS) (Project Manager / Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - The National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR)

    The RENESANS (HYPERSAT) Project is carried out under NCBiR grant (National Centre for Research and Development): POIR - Intelligent Development Operational Programme. As part of the RENESANS project and the whole Hypersat Programme, one of the first Polish commercial satellite platforms is created. The multipurpose platform is created in the HyperSat standard (micro category), and its main advantage is the significant reduction in costs and time of implementation of space missions. Modularity and scalability are the leading features of the platform, the weight of which is within 10-60 kg. The project covers preparation of all subsystems, from the load-bearing structure to the power supply system, the on-board computer and the communication subsystem. Hypersat is planned to be an open license system.

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    Clean Sky2 (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission

    Clean Sky is the largest European research and development programme with the budget of € 4,000,000,000, the goal of which is to support the creation of modern environmentally-friendly technologies. Its beneficiaries are consortiums consisting of the world's largest companies of the aviation industry. Thanks to such partners, the solutions developed during the programme have a chance to be implemented on a massive scale. The objectives of the programme are extremely important for the whole environment: among others, 50% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions, 80% reduction in nitrogen oxides or 50% aircraft noise reduction. Projects financed under this programme must be characterised not only by a convergence between their goals and its assumptions, but also an adequately large scale of actions, so that they would have an actual impact on improvement in the environment quality. For this reason, these must be only large or very large projects implemented by leaders of the aviation industry.

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    PROBA 3 (Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - European Space Agency

    PROBA is a series of projects using small satellites, implemented for the European Space Agency and aimed at testing cutting edge space and aviation technologies. PROBA 3 is intended to demonstrate a technology of precise formation flying. The project covers the creation of two satellite platforms with the weight of 210 and 340 kg, which are to move along the orbit in a formation. Precision in the relative position is supposed to be maintained at the level of 1mm. The payload in the project is a coronagraph, which will be responsible for photographing the internal corona of the Sun. The mission also assumes testing of autonomous manoeuvres without ground support.

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    BEinCPPS (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission

    BEinCPPS (Business Experiments in Cyber Physical Production Systems) is an EU project connecting 23 industrial and scientific partners of 8 European countries. Its main purpose is the integration of and support for implementations of CPS platforms (Cyber Physical System) – systems combining the real world with virtual data processing. It provides incredible possibilities, both in integration and cooperation between many systems distant both geographically (location) and system-wise (different platforms and solutions), as well as in processing and interpretation of the collected data on a scale so far unsurpassed.

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    IMPAKT (Project Manager / Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - The National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR)

    The IMPAKT project covers development of a control and measurement infrastructure with sub-nanosecond time synchronisation and microsecond latency. Elements of this type can be applied, for instance, in quantum computers, where very quick time synchronisation is incredibly important. All models and components of hardware solutions along with software that have been prepared so far are made available in the public domain under the license Open Hardware CERN OHL 1.2. The purpose of the project is both to construct components as well as prepare them for commercialisation.

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    TALOS (Engineer via WUT) - FP7-SECURITY European Commission

    The main goal of the TALOS project (Transportable Autonomous Patrol for Land Border Surveillance), implemented under the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Union, covered detailed preparation and implementation of a mobile, autonomous system based on unmanned platforms (robots) operating both on land and in the air, which could be used to strengthen the safety of the external land border of the EU. The System prepared within the project covered three basic elements: unmanned land and air vehicles (tasked with patrolling the border), land observation towers (placed on mobile platforms) and a command centre (ensuring communication between elements in the field and the relevant Border Guard unit). Solutions prepared under the TALOS project are characterised by much greater versatility and flexibility and are a foundation for many subsequent projects concerning defence.

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    Secure Societies (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission

    It is one of the vital programs of the European Union under the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme. Its main goal is the development of procedures and infrastructure ensuring far reaching improvement in the safety of Europe and its inhabitants. This applies both to protections against threats caused by humans as well as by forces of nature. One of the significant elements of the programme is the use of autonomous systems (land, air, water, and space systems) capable of ensuring safety of borders, protection of strategic facilities or critical infrastructure (power lines, gas pipes, bridges, etc.).

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    MAIT QUAL 1 (Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - European Space Agency

    A project implemented for the European Space Agency, the goal of which is to certify an automatic assembly line of SMT (Surface Mount Technology) for various electronic elements, as well as in qualify assembly processes on selected PCB materials (Printed Circuit Board). It is an extremely significant project, as it allows for acquisition of ESA certification and gives the possibility to participate in subsequent projects and undertakings of the space industry, which require confirmation of high standards necessary in the space industry.

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    Factories of the Future (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission

    FoF (Factories of the Future) is one of the biggest (with the budget of € 1,150,000,000) European Union programmes, operating on the basis of the Public and Private Partnership. It is a programme with huge significance for the whole European industry. Its main goal is to develop new technologies, products and services that would give Europe the leading position in many industry branches. It is estimated that the total value of the investment will exceed € 6,000,000,000. The programme is addressed particularly to areas of new technologies, such as processing and analysis of Big Data (Data Mining), modern IoT technologies (Internet of Things) and typical production areas based on elements of artificial intelligence. A very large emphasis is put also on collaboration, both regional and European, so that the programme's products and solutions could strengthen the whole EU industry.

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    MAIT QUAL 2 (Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - European Space Agency

    A project implemented for the European Space Agency, the goal of which is to certify an automatic assembly line of SMT (Surface Mount Technology) for various electronic elements, qualify assembly processes on selected PCB materials (Printed Circuit Board) as well as qualify assembly processes using a soldering furnace with gas phase in the SMT process. It is a continuation of the MAIT QUAL 1 project and concerns certification of elements that are not included in the first project. The success of MAIT QUAL 2 will contribute to significant expansion of the areas of activity, which may be entrusted under ESA projects.

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    Robotics (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission

    An area covering several European Union programmes, the projects under which are related to many programmes, such as Factories of the Future and Secure Societies. It covers projects and undertakings related to automation and robotics, which are to revolutionise the EU industry and significantly increase its competitiveness. These are both projects concerning creation of the so-called hubs – sets of competence centres facilitating access to and support of new technologies for entities of various sizes (from large, global players to small, local companies). As well as projects designed to automate very specialised and often niche activities, such as automation and robotisation of grape harvest, or harvest in areas that are hard to reach (for instance in mountain areas).

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    PROTEUS (Engineer via WUT) - The National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR)

    The PROTEUS project (Integrated Mobile System for Supporting Anti-terrorist and Crisis Management Operations) is one of the biggest research and development projects in Poland (with the total budget of more than PLN 68,000,000). The purpose of the project was to develop an integrated support system addressed to Polish intervention services (Police, Fire Department, Border Guard, Crisis Management Centres), the elements of which enable prompt response and coordination of operations of all services required for a given task. The solutions developed in the project constitute the basis for a number of subsequent specialised systems supporting public safety.

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    OPSSAT (Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - European Space Agency

    OPS-SAT is a project implemented for the European Space Agency connected with CubeSat – a miniaturised satellite created for the purposes of research (its dimensions are 10 x10 x 10 cm). Its main goal is to demonstrate technologies related to flight control and test a new, experimental on-board computer. This is an extremely important project, due to the fact that its final product is supposed to be the first CubeSat fully controlled by ESA. According to the assumptions, it is supposed to constitute a certain test platform for new protocols and algorithms.

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    SatSerwis (Engineer via WUT) - The National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR)

    The SatSerwis project is financed by the National R&D Centre under PBS (Applied Research Programme) and concerns the issue of mutual navigation of artificial satellites. It is very important, both during satellite's service in orbit and during flying in formation. The project proposes an autonomous vision-based navigation system and control on the basis of processed video data. The project is extremely significant, as it would improve time, opportunities and costs of service of satellites, as well as constitute the basis for subsequent projects of this type.

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    EO Innovation Platform Testbed Poland (Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - European Space Agency

    The EOTESTBED project, implemented to the order of the European Space Agency, was a kind of test platform and an introduction to the implementation of the CDIAS project. It was intended to develop solutions and procedures necessary to handle large amounts of data from Earth visualisations, as well as provide efficient optimisation and processing of these data in the cloud. The project ended with a success and was an important argument enabling participation in the CDIAS project.

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    NEFS (Engineer via WUT) - FP6-AEROSPACE European Commission

    The purpose of the NEFS project (New Track Integrated Electrical Single Flap Drive System), implemented under the 6th Framework Programme of the European Commission, covered development of a new aircraft flap displacement mechanism, production of its prototype and performance of tests on a ground station. Dispersed drive system of an electrical flap has to be resistant to failures as a result of proper architecture, control laws and application of redundancy. An additional limitation is the space needed to install such a system. During subsequent phases of the project, works were conducted aimed at increasing the availability and reliability of the system, expanding it with additional assemblies, as well as simplifying the installation.

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    HETMAN (Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - The National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR)

    The HETMAN project is carried out under an NCBiR grant. The objective of the project is to develop a specialised control and measurement system "HETMAN" (open HardwarE real Time Mixed signal measurement And coNtrol system) integrated with the real time system and supporting time synchronisation at the level below one nanosecond. The solution is based on the MTCA standard and the White Rabbit time synchronisation protocol. Results and solutions resulting from the project may be widely used in various kinds of large-scale physics experiments (e.g. accelerators and ion traps).

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    NACRE (Engineer via WUT) - FP6-AEROSPACE European Commission

    The NACRE project (New Aircraft Research Concept) covered deliberations on new concepts of an aircraft's structural system, among others, the flying wing. In order to assess the effectiveness of subsequently examined construction solutions of flight control surfaces, a simulation model of an aircraft was created. Simulation tests concerned selected flight phases, which would allow for the most credible evaluation of utilisation of flight control surfaces and their effectiveness. The simulation work resulted in formulation of flight control laws in the selected flight phases for the control system that was ultimately adopted.

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    EMBEDDED (Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - European Space Agency

    The EMBEDDED project, implemented for the European Space Agency, covered research related to the assessment of Embedded Passive Technology (EPT) for space applications. Detailed test focused on qualification of electronics for flight applications will be conducted on the already-designed PCBs (Printed Circuit Boards) for a CubeSat-type satellite for one of the space missions. The project may be of tremendous importance for the direction of development and methods of use of technology in this sector.

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    NEOSTEL (Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - European Space Agency

    The NEOSTEL project, implemented for the European Space Agency, covers construction of a set of telescopes allowing observation of (near) space directly from Earth. The telescope consists, among others, of a set of low-noise cameras, ensuring high quality of images. They are designed, manufactured and subjected to demanding tests according to the ECSS standard. Application of such solutions allows for observing a large section of the sky and taking photos using many cameras while maintaining time synchronisation. It is extremely important e.g. for observation of moving objects.

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    SAT-AIS-PL (Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - European Space Agency

    The SAT-AIS-PL project, implemented for the European Space Agency, is intended to create a satellite system for monitoring of maritime traffic. The system will cover a satellite with the total weight of approximately 40 kg, equipped with a receiver of signals from AIS mounted on vessels and a VDES module, an earth station and a flight control centre. It is supposed to be one of the first Polish utility satellites. The project is extremely crucial for monitoring and supervision of maritime traffic safety.

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    METOP (Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - European Space Agency

    The METOP project is a part of a large programme of the European Space Agency and the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), the final product of which are three meteorological satellites (Metop-A launched in 2006, Metop-B launched in 2012, and Metop-C which is supposed to enter the orbit in 2018) along with ground equipment, intended to observe Earth from the polar orbit.

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    EO4SEE(PATHFINDER) (Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - European Space Agency

    The EO4SEE project (The Pathfinder of Operational Satellite Monitoring for the Region of the Black Sea and Central Europe) is a joint project of the so-called Intermarium (states between the Adriatic, Baltic and Black Sea) and the European Space Agency, concerning the use of satellite data accumulated over the last 20 years and regarding South-Eastern Europe. Thanks to technologies of storage and processing of data in the cloud, the collected data may be processed and applied both in research and development projects as well as typical commercial projects.

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    JERICHOVDES (Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - European Space Agency

    The purpose of the JERICHO-VDES project, implemented for the European Space Agency, is to prepare the feasibility study and an implementation plan for elements of the system of data exchange on marine VHF radios - VHF Data Exchange System (VDES). This is a significant project due to the large overload of the currently used AIS radio interface, and hence the need to develop a more effective data exchange system.

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    LAB21 (Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - The National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR)

    The purpose of the project, implemented with co-financing by the National Centre for Research and Development under the Intelligent Development Operational Programme, is expansion of the research and development centre of Creotech Instruments S.A. with focus on activities in the area of satellite structures and space missions. The expansion covers laboratory and research infrastructure, laboratory equipment and specialist testing stations. It will be the basis for subsequent projects and an important argument at the stage of applying for participation in other projects from the space sector.

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    ASOPEK (Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - The National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR)

    The project, implemented in cooperation with the National Research and Development Centre, covers construction of a system which would enable evaluation of the condition of artificial satellites orbiting the Earth on LEO through precise identification of orbit parameters. The project also assumes construction of a ground station with an optical recording system and a precise guiding system.

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    MOC_CD (Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - European Space Agency

    The MOC Cleaning Device project (MOC-CD), implemented for the European Space Agency, is devoted to the innovative technology of dirt removal. It is an extremely important issue in the industry of high technologies, particularly in the space industry, which has very strict standards concerning the manufacturing environment, from single components to entire products. The proposed removal technology is based on the use of micro- and nano-powders (MNB) as a cleaning agent, currently widely used in the Japanese and South-Korean electronic industry.

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    SWS (Engineer via WUT) - The National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR)

    SWS is the Feasibility Study of the Strategic Programme "The Satellite System of Optoelectronic Earth Observation". Its goal was to analyse possibilities and validity of the strategic programme implementation with regard to the user's need, define the scope of the undertaking and its key parameters, as well as select the most favourable option of the strategic programme implementation and estimate investment outlays, schedule of implementation and proposal of investment financing.

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    MYSTERY (Engineer via WUT) - The National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR)

    The MYSTERY project is dedicated to development of methods, devices and system for aircraft control that would take account of high-risk situations, such as: spin and stall, damage to the propulsion system, flight control surface and controls, as well as partial damage to the measuring system. Methods and algorithms of navigation and control acquired in this project are intended for implementation in aircrafts equipped with Fly-to-Wire systems (indirect flight control), general aviation aircrafts, as well as in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).

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    The statutory work "Automatic control system for unmanned helicopter part II" (Engineer) - Warsaw University of Technology

    The statutory work 'Automatic control system of unmanned helicopters part 2' covered identification of parameters of an unmanned helicopter model in selected flight control channels on the basis of data from tests conducted during flight. This resulted in development of an adaptive control system based on the identified model.

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    Low noise dedicated cameras (Portfolio Project Manager) - Creotech Instruments S.A.

    The project covered performance of R&D (Research and Development) works followed by production and testing of several series of low-noise cameras dedicated to mobile robots made by the Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements PIAP. An advantage of the developed solution is very small delay in streaming of images from a video camera to the device of the robot operator, while preserving the necessary stability of the stream and high image quality with maximum delays of 0.15 second (as compared to over ten seconds in the case of standard streaming of this quality). These requirements are of considerable importance in the case of mobile robots with special intended use, the operators of which need to be able to immediately respond to what is happening (for instance, during minesweeping or investigative operations).

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    TELLTALE (Portfolio Project Manager via Creotech Instruments S.A.) - European Space Agency

    The TELLTALE project, implemented for the European Space Agency under the programme concerning situational awareness in space (SSA - Space Situational Awareness), the idea behind which is to support independent use of and access to space for research or service-related purposes by delivering up-to-date and high-quality data about the space environment. The conducted works cover testing of the potential of the PaaS solution (Platform as a Service) for the ionosphere segment in the field of space weather (SW TELLTALE).

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    FORESIGHT (Industry expert) - co-financing - European Regional Development Fund

    The purpose of the project "Foresight of priority, innovative technologies for automation, robotics and measuring techniques" was to identify strategic directions of development in the perspective of the next 20 years in the field of automation, robotics and measuring techniques. As a result of such an analysis, it is possible to make necessary adjustments to activities with regard to research and development, which should be particularly supported so that the innovative potential in the indicated priority areas could be utilises as well as possible and bring measurable economic benefits by helping in achieving sustainable economic growth of the country and improving competitiveness both in the EU and worldwide.

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    FORESIGHT MAZOVIA (Industry expert) - co-financing - European Regional Development Fund

    The purpose of the project "Monitoring and forecasting (Foresight) of priority, innovative technologies for sustainable development of the Mazowieckie Voivodship" (Foresight Mazovia) is to get an answer to the question about development directions in a 20-year long time frame, which are crucial for the development of the region of the Mazowieckie Voivodship. Analyses and tests conducted as part of the project prioritise areas with great potential both from the perspective of innovations as well as measurable benefits that their implementation will bring.