Grzegorz Ambroszkiewicz

Grzegorz graduated Biomedical Engineering at the Warsaw University of Technology. He works as Mechanical Engineer at the Space Research Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences and participates in two ESA projects PROBA-3 – two paired satellites formation aiming to study the Sun’s corona and JUICE – mission focused on studying three of Jupiter’s Galilean moons: Ganymede, Callisto, and Europa. Grzegorz is also involved in the PW-SAT2 student satellite project which will test engineering solutions for deorbitation system and sun sensor device. He is interested in space physiology, life support systems and artificial intelligence.

 

Grzegorz’s daily life consists of designing and prototyping mechanisms for space applications. As he is a perfectionist he aims to come up with best solutions for his designs working in harsh space environment. In his free time he enjoys reading and he is a passionate traveller and surfer.

 

He is a biomedical engineer of the Lunar Expedition 1 crew, and leads experiments with 3D printing, symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast Kombucha and examination of breathing and ECG signals during simulated spacewalks (EVA).

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