Michal Kruszewski holds M.Eng. in Petroleum Engineering from the Department of Drilling, Oil, and Gas at the AGH University of Science Technology (Poland). During his education, he received grants for scientific research on the topic of geothermal drilling and well completion at the University of Iceland and TU Bergakademie Freiberg (Germany). He gained his engineering experience while working on the Iceland Deep Drilling Project 2 (DEEPEGS H2020) in Reykjanes (Iceland). His main research focuses on the topics of reservoir geomechanics, 3D geomechanical modeling, drilling, and well completion technologies, especially for deep geothermal resources. His recent projects include GEMex (i.e., Cooperation in Geothermal energy research Europe-Mexico for development of Enhanced Geothermal Systems and Superhot Geothermal Systems) and 3D-RuhrMarie. He is involved in promoting wider use of geothermal energy on a global scale in various international organizations. Since 2019, he is a PhD student at the Institute of Geology, Mineralogy, and Geophysics at the Ruhr University Bochum (Germany) within the Engineering Geology working group.