Bart Kolodziejczyk is a nanoscientist whose portfolio includes three tech startups and two not-for-profit organisations.
He has advised the United Nations (UN), North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), Organisation of Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the European Union (EU) on science, technology, innovation and policy.
He was named one of MIT Technology Review’s "Innovators Under 35" for his conductive polymers, which reduce the cost of solar panels and are applied in medicine.
Dr Kolodziejczyk was featured as one of 100 Visionary Leaders by Real Leaders Magazine. He has appeared in numerous publications, including Forbes Magazine, Business Insider, and MIT Technology Review, as well as many newspapers and radio stations in Australia, Poland and abroad.
Kolodziejczyk is a Fellow of the Global Young Academy and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. In his free time, he enjoys travelling and scuba diving.
Kolodziejczyk can offer vast expertise in science and research, as well as policy making experience. He would love to share his network of high level professionals including ministers, professors, investors and other bright young leaders.
He is also willing to provide access to financial support for a variety of projects.