On War in Sea and space
– its dangerous Legacy

science conference
polish naval academy, gdynia 24.11.2022

About us

Polish outer space strategy

Young Stars

Satellites security

Military use of outer space

Significance of Ukraine joining European Space Agency

Outer space in military conflicts


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The Honorary Patronage of the Polish Space Agency

Space Sciences Commission

Polish Naval Academy

Baltic Sea & Space Cluster


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We would like to use innovative space technologies to solve the problem of navigation, defense and control of the Baltic Sea coastline.

prof. dr hab. inż. Edmund Wittbrodt

President of the Space Sciences Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences

The shift to thinking in terms of information makes it difficult or even impossible to consider activities on land, sea, air, outer space or cyberspace separately.

kadm. prof. dr hab. Tomasz Szubrycht

Rector – Commandant of the Polish Naval Academy

Polish Space Agency supports the Polish space industry by implementing the priorities of the Polish Space Strategy

dr Michał Wierciński

POLSA Vice President


On War In Sea And Space – Its Dangerous Legacy

09:00 – 09:30 Registration

09:30 – 10:00 Opening session

prof. dr hab. inż. Edmund Wittbrodt President of the Space Sciences Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Rear-Admiral prof. Tomasz Szubrycht Rector-Commandant of the Polish Naval Academy

dr Michał Wierciński POLSA Vice President

SESSION 1 chaired by dr hab. Jerzy Kosiński

10:00 – 10:30

The value of Ukraine’s accession to the European Space Agency

prof. Zdzisław Brodecki
University of Business and Administration in Gdynia

10:30 – 11:00

Cybersecurity in outer space

dr Syta Jakub
Maritime Cybersecurity Center


SESSION 2 chaired by prof. dr hab. Marek Grzybowski

11:30- 11:42

Naval  Ships Technical Supervision – Polish Register of Shipping  Experience and Potential

Grzegorz Pettke
Ship Division Director, Polish Register of Shipping

11:42 – 11:54

Blockchain-based trust layer for data integrity in space applications 

dr Mateusz Bonecki
Chief Innovation Officer, DAC.digital

11:54 – 12:06

Digital transformation of business and production processes for maritime Industry 4.0

Andrzej Rapicki
CEO WAELLER sp. z o.o. sp. k. 

12:06- 12:18

Deep Locust – battlefield virtualization to learn and validate artificial intelligence of unmanned systems 

Maximilian Minta

12:18- 12:30

Integrator at war

dr inż. Sławomir Nasiadka
Business Application Development Director


SESSION 3 chaired by kmdr dr hab. Bartłomiej Pączek, prof. AMW

13:00 – 13:20

War clauses in insurance

dr hab. Katarzyna Malinowska
Kozminski University

dr hab. Dorota Maśniak
University of Gdańsk

13:20 – 13:40

EEG neurofeedback lowers the stress response in analogue astronauts based on C reactive protein evaluation 

dr hab. Marcin Dornowski
Gdansk Universityof Physical Education and Sport

13:40 – 14:00

Legal Aspects of the ROC Doctrine

Wojciech Zawadzki
Chairman of the Board
Information Security Institute

coffee break

SESSION 4 chaired by dr Jakub Syta

14:30 – 14:50

Satellite data and technologies in the aspect of maritime critical infrastructure monitoring system

dr Przemysław Pozański
Research & Development Maritime Technology Centre

14:50 – 15:10

Outer Space during Armed Conflicts

dr hab. Małgorzata Polkowska
War Studies University

ppłk Arkadiusz Chimicz
Armed Forces General Command

15:10 – 15:30

ERA of Very High Resolution Satellites and what about its future? Connection with War in Sea and Space. Some early and recent examples

Robert Jerzy Lach
Laboratory of Geospatial Analyses
Zielona Góra University


CLOSING SESSION chaired by prof. dr hab. inż. Edmund Wittbrodt


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