Skupień holds a Ph.D. in Materials Science from the Cracow Uniwersity of Technology and a M.Sc. in Materials Science from AGH University of Science and Technology. Since 2002, his core expertise in technology is in nanomaterials used in photovoltaic cells. This includes several international scientific projects abroad, most notably at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy in Freiburg, Germany, recognized as the leading research facility concerned with solar power in the world. From 2002 to 2007 he had been a R&D Assistant at the Cracow University of Technology. In 2007 he worked as an associate researcher at the Nanotechnology Research Center at the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) in Taiwan.
Dr. Skupień founded 3D-nano in 2009. Currently, he uses his knowledge and skills to build devices that help in working with nanomaterials and dangerous substances. Together with an experienced team of specialists, he created a new brand – Hoger which manufactures gloveboxes ensure the safety of operators during exposure to harmful compounds, isolate sensitive materials from oxygen and moisture, and protect the working environment from undesirable agents. Hoger gloveboxes are already used in such companies as: ABB, Aptiv (formerly Delphi) or the National Centre for Nuclear Research in Świerk.