Diana 2 FES, Avionic and Plans for the Future
Krzysztof Kubryński is a researcher in aerodynamics and author of a set of computer programs (KK-AERO) assisting in the aerodynamic design of the aircraft. His methodology of three-dimensional aerodynamic design and his software had been used in the majority of contemporary competition sailplane projects (ASW-27/ASG-29, Ventus-2, DG-1000, ASW-28, Antares, JS-1 and other).
He is the designer of the sail used by Mateusz Kusznierewicz, winner of the 1996 Summer Olympics Finn class competition. He is the author of the aerodynamic design of SZD-56-2 Diana-2 high performance sailplane and aircraft: AT-4 (Gobosh 700), modified Polish turbo-prop trainer PZL-130 Orlik TC-II, jet aircraft EM-10 Bielik, LAR-1 Flaris, and others.
Krzysztof Kubryński received his Ph.D. from Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering of Warsaw University of Technology where he had been employed since 1990. He is currently a professor at the Air Force Institute of Technology in Warsaw.