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Processed satellite imagery helps us better understand our surroundings. Some processed information (acquire date 2012, release 2015) from the Copernicus mission, although not fully validated...
Astrophysicist involved in both observational and theoretical/numerical simulations research. Big data scientist specializing in High Performance Computing innovative technologies used for solving&visualizing scientific and social problems; leader of the winning team of the Grand Programming Challenges Hackathon @ ICM, Univ. of Warsaw. Analog astronaut actively engaged in astronautics research.
Geoinformation Specialist w Astri Polska
Assistant professor w firmie Warsaw University of Technology
PHP Developer | IT Administrator | Senior Software Engineer in OPEGIEKA
Profesor w Politechnice Warszawskiej, geoinformatyk-kartograf, specjalista GIS Warsaw University of Technology
Project Manager at Remote Sensing Department OPEGIEKA
Aerial Survey Department Manager OPEGIEKA Sp. z o.o
Principal Consultant at Oracle OPEGIEKA
Robotics section manager at PIAP Space and Vicepresident of the New Space Foundation. Alumni and Teaching Associate at the International Space University. Loves sports, clubbing, coaching, Science Fiction, aerospace, start-ups, crossfit, people and Ragnar Lothbrook
IT Architect and Data Scientist specializing in Big Data solutions. Professional experience acquired from top consulting companies and technology vendors (Accenture, IBM, Samsung and Orange), where he acted as a technical leader of software development and R&D projects. Currently focused on research in machine learning and data visualization areas.
ICT solutions architect focused on virtualization, expert in EO ClimLab platform. In Orange Polska / Integrated Solutions takes part in pre-sales and implementation phase of projects from both public and commercial sector.
ESA BIC Prague/Earth Observation Entrepreneurship Initiative
Data Analytics Platform for Climate Resilience
Expertise in the development, promotion and implementation of EU projects, in Research and Innovation, since 2000.
Maciej has been working on space industry development in Poland for last
9 years. But his space-story starts much earlier. When he was 5 years old he was dreaming about sending something to space… something like satellites. As many kids that time, he dreamed about flying to space as an astronaut. Maciej has started his space career at the Warsaw University of Technology, when his dreams could be transferred into real project – and the best place for that was the Student Space Association.
Maciej was involved in student space projects. But not only as an engineer, more often as a manager and systems engineer. Furthermore, Maciej’s activity was much wider and covered areas such as PR and business development. Maciej enjoys cooperation with people from the space. He is an alumni of the Space Studies Program at the International Space University and thus he became more geeky about space. He is a former project manager and mechanical engineer of the very first Polish satellite – the PW-Sat which was launched on-board the Vega maiden flight which took place on 13.02.2012 from the space port in French Guiana. He was a manager of a Polish branch of an international company, and he established a start-up company – the MURB Space.