Kamil Muzyka (PFFN / Poland)

Kamil Muzyka is a PhD student at the Institute of Legal Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He specializes in the field of extraction of extraterrestrial resources (“space mining”) and issues related to production in outer space using extraterrestrial conditions. In space, he is most interested in the nature of neutron stars and the concept of panspermia, and from more “mundane topics”: the industrialization of space. His nomen omen cosmic dream is the creation of an interplanetary economy and, as he says, it is feasible, and even partly implemented by the satellite sector.

His love for space began when he was a child. When his father showed him the stars and galaxies with binoculars and sky charts. His literary passion is (of course) hard science-fiction, military science fiction, cyberpunk and … horror, but he will not despise

good fantasy in a Slavic atmosphere.

The subject of his research is the legal aspects of extraction, processing and use

industrial raw materials and conditions found in celestial bodies, as well as patent aspects of synthetic, xenobiological organisms and technologies self-revealing by having self-replication capacity.

In the years 2016-2019 he was an observer at the Hague Working Group for Affairs

International Regulation of the Use of Space Resources. In the years 2013-2014

completed an internship at the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies at Trinity College, and in July 2015 participated in the Copernicus Space Science Laboratory in Bercel, Hungary.

In addition, he is a member of the Polish Transhumanist Association, the Polish Foundation

Science Fantasy, the Association of Science Advocates and Space Generation Advisory


Maybe after such a description it will sound trivial, but…. Come to this meeting and you have the assurance that you will go to the stars together with Kamil Muzyka! If you have even a hint of interest in space, you can’t miss it 🙂