Alexander van Dijk is a technologist with the NASA Flight Opportunities program where he covers advanced manufacturing (AM) and cryogen fluid management (CFM) related technologies. His contributions to the program date back to 2011 when he helped select the first payloads and organized the program's first (parabolic) flights. Prior to NASA, Alexander co-founded an art and space collective 'Art Race In Space' in Europe to pursue his interests in bridging the aerospace and contemporary art communities and partnered with London-based The Arts Catalyst to develop a European Space Agency-funded cultural utilization policy for the International Space Station. Alexander holds a master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from Delft University of Technology and is an International Space University (ISU) alum of the 2006 summer session.

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