After graduating at the Społeczna Akademia Nauk in Łódź, Poland, Adam started his career life at Airbus in 2013. He began learning how to make electrical wiring harnesses for CASA aircrafts, also called Airbus C295.
In the years, he was trained on how to perform electrical tests on other aircrafts programs, such as Airbus A330 and A320neo, and started teaching how to measure their performance and improve the quality standards.
“I crave a career filled with innovation and excitement where I can apply my passions for technology and problem solving to make the world a better place.”
Moving to Madrid and Portsmouth was an important turning point in Adam’s career path at Airbus, where he entered the space division and learned how to make electrical wiring harnesses for space programs. Today, he is Technical Specialist for Space Programs at Airbus Poland, located near Warsaw.
“I can’t exactly pinpoint the origins of my obsession with space research and observation, but for sure since I was very young child. Along these years working in the space industry, I have realized how solutions to space problems often end up helping back down on Earth. When you look up at this immeasurably vast universe and realize how many great solutions it can inspire us in order to make this planet a better place, you feel very proud of your work and overcome to each challenge because you know it will be rewarding in the end.”
Adam describes his experience during the assembly of the electrical wiring harness on the JUICE Satellite Program as one the unforgettable moments in his career. For the first time he could work on a real satellite that should take off and travel to Jupiter in 2022.
“Currently, my biggest thrill and motivation is to see the launch of this satellite with my own eyes. It will be like seeing a piece of me in the sky!”