PhD, Eng. Krzysztof Kubryński, prof. ITWL

PhD, Eng. Krzysztof Kubryński, prof. ITWL

PhD, Eng. Krzysztof Kubryński, prof. ITWL

Graduate of the Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering at the Warsaw University of Technology. Mainly deals with aerodynamic design of airplanes and gliders.

Author of, among others, KK-AERO computer program package, designed to support aerodynamic design of a complex airplane body.

Aerodynamic design methodology developed by him and computer software were used in the aerodynamic design of most of today’s high-performance gliders (ASW-27/ASG-29, Ventus-2, DG-1000, ASW-28, Antares, JS-1 and others).

He is the author of sail project for the FINN class boat, on which Mateusz Kusznierewicz won the Olympic gold medal in Atlanta. He is the author of aerodynamic designs for SZD-56-2 Diana-2 and KKB-18KE Diana-3 gliders, as well as AT-4 (Gobosh 700) aircraft, turboprop aircraft PZL-130 Orlik TC-II, jet aircraft EM-10 Bielik and LAR -1 Flaris and other projects.

In the period 1990-2017, he was employed at the Aerodynamics Department at the Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering at the Warsaw University of Technology. Currently, he is the head of the Aviation Construction Office at the Air Force Institute of Technology.