CEO of JSC Basalt Projects visited MIC Composites Russia on a working visit
The Head of Basalt Projects Maxim Chernykh and the Director of Inter-branch engineering center Composites Russia Vladimir Nelub have discussed their cooperation in Moscow composite cluster and talked to the experts of the engineering center.
The leaders noted the wide range of common interests in the field of basalt fiber research and development, as well as in the area of polymer composite materials and composite-based products, and came to the intention to continue cooperation, which includes Moscow composite cluster.
CEO of JSC Basalt Projects Maxim Chernykh praised the potential of the engineering center’s efforts and modern equipment used by the MIC Composites Russia laboratories.
JSC Basalt projects (Russia) is a company, offering complete solutions for the construction of continuous basalt fiber (CBF) production facilities and implementing projects of any complexity on a turnkey basis.
Moscow composite cluster (MCC) is a regional public organization, whose main objective is to develop the composite materials industry and composite-based products, and to expand the research and development infrastructure, as well as to provide the effective commercialization of intellectual property.
Inter-branch engineering center of Bauman Moscow State Technical University Composites Russia is a leading engineering center in the field of composite materials development and composite-based products. The center implements a “closed-cycle” of engineering services, ranging from the novel materials and processing technologies development, to the design and manufacture of composite-based products for the main industrial sectors, including transport, construction, energy, oil and gas, petrochemical and biomedicine.
Bauman Moscow State Technical University (BMSTU) is the first technical university in Russia. BMSTU has 19 departments providing full-time education. University provides postgraduate and doctorate programs and has two affiliated secondary schools. More than 19,000 students study at BMSTU, specializing in a variety of majors connected with the contemporary machine and instrument building. More than 320 doctors of science (Russian degree higher than PhD) and 2000 candidates of science (similar to PhD) teach and do research in BMSTU. In total the University has awarded degrees to about 200 thousand of future engineers. Main parts of the University are scientific and educational divisions, composed of a department and a research institute.