Research Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
David Krejci is a Research Scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, working on the design and characterization of micromachined ionic liquid electrospray thrusters. Before joining MIT's Space Propulsion Laboratory in 2014, he was working on various types of electric and chemical propulsion systems, including pulsed plasma thrusters for Cubesats, and chemical green bi-propellant thrusters for small satellites at the Austrian Institute of Technology (later: Fotec GmbH). Dr. Krejci received his M.S. in applied physics in 2008, and Ph.D. in mechanical engineering in 2012 from Vienna University of Technology, Austria, and a M.A. in political science in 2012 from University of Vienna.
- Associated Paper:SCALABLE TANK DESIGN FOR THE PASSIVELY FED IONIC LIQUID ELECTROSPRAY THRUSTERSession Paper: