Aerospace Engineering pres.
AE585 Graduate Seminar Series - Future of Rotary Wing Industry
Tomasz Krysinski, Vice-President for Research and Innovation, Airbus Helicopters
Vice-President for Research and Innovation
In the seminar, we will tackle main areas of VTOL aeromechanics starting on initial design, performance and stability.
There are many new players coming on the market, what attract talents and it results in new way of working.
Special focus will be given on future of VTOL.
About the speaker...
Tomasz Krysinski re-joined Airbus Helicopters as Vice-President Research and Innovation in May 2014.
In his role, he contributes to the definition and the cascading fo the company strategy & objectives, communicate and translate these into a clear set of implementation activities; ensure their successful delivery across the company.
From 2011 to May 2014 Mr. Krysinski was in charge of the innovation laboratory at PSA Peugeot Citroën. Tomasz Krysinski joined Aérospatiale (which later became Eurocopter and then Airbus Helicopters) as an aerodynamics engineer in 1986, and was involved in the development of most of their helicopter product range, including the hybrid high-speed demonstrator X3, as Chief Engineer, and the combat helicopter Tiger, Dauphin, H155, H225, NH90.
Mr. Krysinski who was born in Lodz in Poland holds a Master of Engineering from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers (ENSAM) Paris and the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Pétroles et des Moteurs (IFP) as well as a Master of Science in Energy Processes from Université Paris VI.
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