Jan Lukačevič

Jan works in the Department of Space Physics at the Institute of Atmospheric Physics at the Czech Academy of Sciences, where he focuses on the European Space Agency’s ExoMars 2020 mission. He is currently working on the project that will lead to a landing on Mars in 2021. Thanks to his research, he was chosen by the Financial Times and Google as one of the New Europe 100 challengers in Central and Eastern Europe in 2017.

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