Agata Mintus

Architect and graduate of TU Delft's Building Technology Master Track program. This specialization combines architecture and engineering, focusing on sustainable design. Her distinguished master's thesis focused on a proposed, efficient and low-tech fabrication applied to building on Mars using regolith. During her studies at TU Delft, she was a member of student circles, organizing events related to space architecture or connection to modern technology - RoBouwtics Symposium about Robotics in Building Technology and Supernova Symposium about Space Architecture.

Already during her engineering studies, she joined the Space is More team where she gained knowledge and experience by participating in international competitions and workshops related to space. She later became a co-founder and board member of the company of the same name. She has participated in competitions such as the 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge, the ESA Moon Challenge with Project HECATE and the Phobos Base Design organized by the AIAA International Student Competition.

Agata is the director of the space mission simulation and research organization at the LunAres Research Station. In addition, she is gathering experience in projects at other research facilities. In 2022, she directed research and supported mission control at the ICEE Space habitat, during the CHILL-ICE II mission to Iceland, where she also handled the architectural inventory and analysis of the station's functionality and ergonomics. In 2023, she joined the Humanise team where she is preparing a study for the AMADEE-24 mission to Armenia, organized by OuWF (Austrian Space Forum).

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