Meeting and technological discussions on the project New Materials for Electric Drive Vehicles

Oleksiy Georgievich (Materials Research Centre’s director) toured the American project partners Dave Carter - technical monitor, Argonne National Laboratory, Joseph Doninger – project collaborator, Dontech Global Inc.
Working meeting and technological discussions of STCU, and Materials Research Centre’s co-workers on the Scientific research project ..
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Working meeting on International Scientific Research Technological Project

“New materials for Electric Drive Vehicles”

of its participants and partners from Argonne National Laboratory, USA, Dontech Global Inc., USA, Materials Research Centre, Ukraine,  and STCU

Ukraine, Kiev, 2012 October 2-3

Research project "New materials for electric drive vehicles" organized by US Department of Energy (DoE), Argonne National Laboratory, USA which combines a number of American partner-companies with several organizations in Ukraine for new batteries for electric drive vehicles further developing.

The meeting and discussions of the project participants were held in the project partner’s - Materials Research Centre office. Gogotsi Oleksiy Georgievich (Materials Research Centre’s director) toured the American project partners Dave Carter - technical monitor, Argonne National Laboratory, Joseph Doninger – project collaborator, Dontech Global Inc. around the workshop premises and showed the equipment and elements of technological line manufactured within the project

The meeting and technological discussions on the project at MRC’s workshop premises Project participants at MRC’s workshop. Gogotsi O. G. demonstrates to the project participants and guests the results of the work done Elements of the equipment for the technological line manufactured within the project
The meeting and technological discussions on the project at MRC’s workshop premises
Project participants at MRC’s workshop. Gogotsi O. G. demonstrates to the project participants and guests the results of the work done

Elements of the equipment for the technological line manufactured within the project

In the workshop premises, parts of manufactured equipment On the photo from the left: P 483 project manager Sayenko S. Yu., STCU’s Deputy Executive Director (USA) Vic Korsun,  P 483 project collaborator Joseph Doninger,Dontech Global Inc., P 483 project technical monitor Dave Carter and Materials Research Centre’s director Gogotsi O. G. On the photo from the left: P483 project  manager Sayenko S. Yu., STCU’s Deputy Executive Director (USA) Vic Korsun,  project P 483 collaborator Joseph Doninger, Dontech Global Inc., P 483 project technical monitor Dave Carter, Materials Research Centre’s director Gogotsi O. G. and Tomashevskaya Iryna, STCU.
In the workshop premises, parts of manufactured equipment
On the photo from the left: P 483 project manager Sayenko S. Yu., STCU’s Deputy Executive Director (USA) Vic Korsun, P 483 project collaborator Joseph Doninger,Dontech Global Inc., P 483 project technical monitor Dave Carter and Materials Research Centre’s director Gogotsi O. G.

On the photo from the left: P483 project manager Sayenko S. Yu., STCU’s Deputy Executive Director (USA) Vic Korsun, project P 483 collaborator Joseph Doninger, Dontech Global Inc., P 483 project technical monitor Dave Carter, Materials Research Centre’s director Gogotsi O. G. and Tomashevskaya Iryna, STCU.

The meeting and technological discussions at MRC with Materials Research Centre’s co-workers and project partners from USA The meeting and technological discussions at MRC with  Materials Research Centre’s co-workers on the The meeting and technological discussions at MRC with  Materials Research Centre’s co-workers on the  International Scientific Research Technological Project  “New materials for Electric Drive Vehicles”
The meeting and technological discussions at MRC with Materials Research Centre’s co-workers and project partners from USA
The meeting and technological discussions at MRC with Materials Research Centre’s co-workers on the International Scientific Research Technological Project “New materials for Electric Drive Vehicles”

The meeting and technological discussions at MRC

Project participants at MRC’s office STCU’s Deputy Executive Director (USA) Vic Korsun at MRC’s workshop premises O.G. Gogotsi, director of Materials Research Centre
Project participants at MRC’s office
STCU’s Deputy Executive Director (USA) Vic Korsun at MRC’s workshop premises

Technological discussions at the MRC office. In the foreground: O.G. Gogotsi, director of Materials Research Centre

The meeting and technological discussions at MRC with Materials Research Centre’s co-workers and project partners from USA On the photo from the left: P483 project  manager Sayenko S. Yu., P 482 project manager Gubynskyi M. V.,P 483 project collaborator Joseph Doninger, Dontech Global Inc., P 483 project technical monitor Dave Carter and Materials Research Centre’s director Gogotsi O. G. On the photo from the left: P483 project  manager Sayenko S. Yu., P 482 project manager Gubynskyi M. V.,P 483 project collaborator Joseph Doninger, Dontech Global Inc., P 483 project technical monitor Dave Carter and Materials Research Centre’s director Gogotsi O. G.

The meeting and technological discussions at MRC with Materials Research Centre’s co-workers and project partners from USA

On the photo from the left: P483 project  manager Sayenko S. Yu., P 482 project manager Gubynskyi M. V.,P 483 project collaborator Joseph Doninger, Dontech Global Inc., P 483 project technical monitor Dave Carter and Materials Research Centre’s director Gogotsi O. G.

On the photo from the left: P483 project  manager Sayenko S. Yu., P 482 project manager Gubynskyi M. V.,P 483 project collaborator Joseph Doninger, Dontech Global Inc., P 483 project technical monitor Dave Carter and Materials Research Centre’s director Gogotsi O. G.

 

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