Graduated at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Warsaw University , then postgraduate studies on Intellectual Property Rights and European Law, currently on studies for Patent Attorney apprentices. Since over a dozen involved in management of national and international scientific projects, also integration and investment projects . Experienced in promotion and organization of research and international scientific events. Her life passion is travelling , ancient cultures and classical music. She loves biking with her family.
Natalia graduated at the Faculty of Material Science and Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology. Her master thesis was about corrosion of steel and nitrided titanium. Natalia is also interested in biomaterials, especially titanium dental and bone implants. As a former hurdler she is a fan of many sports like wall climbing and biking. For fun Natalia plays board games and hang outs with friends.
Graduated from the Kielce University of Technlogy. Since 30 years has been working as a designer of many devices of various types. He has the ability to design in many fields using several Cadow programs. Among others, he made vacuum furnace designs for TWC in Warsaw and ALD Polska. In 2015, he made a vacuum chamber design for ILOT in Warsaw for testing gas turbines and aircraft engines. His life passion is mountain travelings, especially in the Bieszczady Mountains.
Graduated at the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology (major semiconductor materials). Last 30 years he has been worked as a process engineer of silicon single crystal production by Czochralski method at Warsaw Bielany plant under several brands.
Graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry at Warsaw University of Technology and in 2007 received a Ph.D. degree in Chemistry Technology. For 15 years, she has been involved in research on ceramic materials preparation, from raw materials to final products, with a wide range of applications. The main areas of her professional activity are both materials with controlled porosity and materials with high degree of sintering as well as functional thin films. A good knowledge of the issues relating to various moulding and sintering techniques allows her to participate in work carried out for the benefit of industry. She gained her professional experience during the ten-year period of work for a scientific institute. She has been involved in the preparation and implementation of projects financed from the national budget, the Innovative Economy Operational Program, the European Community. Co-author of scientific publications, patents and patent applications.
She spends her free time actively with her son, as well as likes reading books, and making silver jewellery.
Graduated Faculty of Electrical Engineering on the Warsaw University of Technology. Since 7 years has been working as a design engineer, specializing in the high voltage test equipment.
Responsible for creating technical documentation – mechanical, electrical and PCB design. The biggest professional achievement was design and implementation of the 200kV pulse generator for MV switchgear testing and 40kV/1MA pulse generator for plasma gun. The ability to design and execute sintering systems with control. Designing in CAD engineering programs and performing control systems.
Graduated in Electrical Engineering at the University of Zielona Góra. Working as a Service Engineer spent a few years as a part of the team directly responsible for solving the engineering problems. Involved in awarded project aimed to create the solution for melting the titanium in vacuum using levitation method to avoid the skull creation effect in the copper crucible. Afterwards, mainly because of the great satisfaction of meeting new people developed the career of a Sales Engineer. Directly involved in a sells success related with two big projects for the Chinese Customer and R&D device for the Customer from Israel. Believes the sells activities should be guided by the idea: “Do not be a necessary part of the investment, become a necessary part of the solution.