Tomasz graduated from the Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering at the Warsaw University of Technology. He is a specialist of 3D modelling and designing bioprinters. His MA thesis focused on construction of a mobile robot moving with a versatile motion. He worked as an engineer on an innovative heart rate monitoring project. He has experience in working with composite materials technologies and a certificate of CAD software support. He is a regular participant in conferences and trade fairs in the field of 3D printing. From 2018 to 2019, he was a design engineer and 3D printing specialist at the Foundation of Research and Science Development, where he worked on the creation of a 3D bioprinter and bioreactor as part of the “3D Bionic Pancreas” project. At Polbionica, as a construction engineer and a specialist in 3D printing, he carries out projects from developing a concept to implementing it in laboratory tests, performing tasks such as building and executing equipment verification plans (models and prototypes), working on the design of the bioprinter and bioreactor, preparing g-codes, monitoring the printing process, mapping physical objects in CAD/CAM programs, carrying out initial checks on the quality of printouts, describing ready-made 3D printouts according to order parameters, configuring printers, customizing 3D models for 3D printing.