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     Date Submitted:08-03-2016
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    Job information
     Current job:Specialist researcher / RF engineer (space systems / ground stations)
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsRF electronics, radio systems, ground stations, antennas, software defined radio, sdr, telecommunication systems
    CV

    Personal information


    -  Date of birth: 20.07.1976

    -  Nationality: Polish

    -  Gender: male

    Profile

    -  Last years he has designed several ground stations for space missions and stratospheric balloons.

    -  Managed several space engineering groups like communication team in BRITE-PL (First Polish Scientific Satellite) 

    -  Gained space experience by cooperation in teams designing space system, for example a fault tolerant computers using FPGA technology.

    -  Currently he is focused on designing new radio system based on Software Defined Radio (SDR) technology implementing existing and new radio systems in configurable platforms. Example SDR applications are satellite’s radio simulator or fast downlink for small satellites (created own company for purpose of marketing the SDR services and products).

    -  In spare time he is recording episodes of video blog where he tells the simple stories about operation of complex space systems.

    Professional experience

    From 2013 to now

    Marcin Stolarski Laboratory (MSL)

    Warsaw, Poland

    Company owner

    -  Designs radio system based on Software Defined Radio technology.

    -  Commercialises radio related projects of Space Research Centre Polish Academy of Sciences

    From 2009 to now

    Space Research Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences

    Warsaw, Poland

    Specialist researcher

    -  Manages and designs Satellite Adaptive Communication Channel based on Software Defined Radio technology (European Space Agency project).

    -  Managed Satellite Radio System Simulator based on Software Defined Radio technology.

    -  Managed and designed STIX Spectrometer/Telescope for Solar Orbiter Mission phase B (European Space Agency project).

    -  Managed and designed adaptive fault tolerant computer for space missions based on FPGA technology (RecAv).

    -  Designed very high speed data acquisition system for hyper-spectral imaging based on FPGA technology (SPEKTROP).

    -  Designed network software for PTF Galileo Project (Precise Timing Facility).

    -  Designed ground station system for BRITE-PL satellites constellation.

    -  Managed BRITE-PL satellites constellation communication systems.

    -  Managed BRITE-TV video blog.

    From 2010 to 2014

    Astri Polska

    Warsaw, Poland

    Space electronics engineer

    -  Designs radio system for ship localisation system at the seaport ways.

    -  Managed radio system for people localisation in the building based on Software Defined Radio technology.

    -  Managed and designed adaptive fault tolerant computer for space missions based on FPGAtechnology.

    From 2008 to 2009

    Warsaw University of Technology

    Warsaw, Poland

    Space electronics engineer

    -  Designed communication system for small cubesat satellite.

    -  Designed ground station for small cubesat satellites.

    -  Managed stratospheric balloon missions.

    From 2006 to 2007

    Delta-Utec SRC

    Leiden, The Netherlands

    Radio electronics engineer

    -  Designed mobile ground station for YES2 space mission.

    -  Managed YES2 Fotino space lander recovery mission.

    Education

    From 1996 to 2010

    Warsaw University of Technology

    Warsaw. Poland

    Titles: PhD, MSc, BSc

    -  Title of PhD thesis:  Distributed Ground Station System for low power space communication.

    From 2013 to 2013

    University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business

    Berkeley. USA

    Titles: Visitor student, Business and Innovation

    -  Top500Innovators training program.

    Languages

    -  Polish: mothers tongue

    -  English: B2.

    -  Russian: A2.

    Achievements

    -  1st prize in EADS Astrium competition for best Post Doc thesis proposal.

    -  One year scholarship for PhD study at Foundation for the Development of Radiocommunications and Multimedia Technology at Warsaw University of Technology.

    -  Winner of the 1st prize in FameLab Poland and winner of the semi-final in FameLab International (FameLab is an international competition which aims to find and support talented science and engineering communicators).

    -  Two months scholarship at University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business in Top500Innovators training program.



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