Maxim Isachenkov is a 3-rd year PhD student at CMT center of Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology in Moscow, Russia. His PhD thesis topic is 3D-printing with lunar regolith by means of laser stereolithography. He was always keenly interested in two things – chemistry and space exploration. After graduating with the specialist degree (B.A. +M.Sc.) from D.I. Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, he found a way to combine his interest in space exploration and knowledge in material science in his PhD research. With the world on the verge of a new Moon Race, he decided to apply his expertise in ceramics and material science to start the research on additive manufacturing of functional ceramic parts from lunar regolith at Skoltech, under the supervision of professor Igor Shishkovsky.