Yusuke Muraki is an engineer of Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). He received a Masters in Mechanical Engineering from Hokkaido University, Japan. After working in the International Space Station program in JAXA for six years as a flight controller for the thermal and environmental control system and an engineer for development of Kibo’s spare equipment, he was seconded to Asian Development Bank (ADB) to promote satellite applications in the field of development aid for developing countries for four years. After returning to JAXA, he is now in charge of planning and development of JAXA’s new program in the mission planning department. He is also an active member of the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) as the Regional Coordinator of Asia Pacific Region (2013-2015) and lead the new regional event, Asia-Pacific Space Generation Workshop (AP-SGW). He won the Young Space Leaders Recognition Programme of IAF in 2014.