LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - Mar 14, 2013) - American Graphite Technologies Inc. ("American Graphite" or the "Company") (
Dmytri Vynogradov is a research scientist at the Ukraine National Science Center ("KIPT"). Mr. Vynogradov brings extensive experience in the design and manufacture of unique experimental research processes and instruments in the investigation of the properties of nano-materials and graphite nanotubes. His experiences include participation in several international science projects in the field of Solid State Physics and Renewable Energy Sources. Additionally he has extensive work experience in the investigation of technical solutions utilizing the uspto.gov patent database in the following fields: fuel cells, metallurgical processes, superconducting, laser techniques, semiconductor electronic, corrosion resistance, using the super plasticity effects on industry, and hydrogen storage.
Mr. Vynogradov has a Master's degree in engineering and physics and is currently conducting PhD work in the field of Hydrogen Energy (metal hydrides properties). He is also the author and co-author of nine academic articles and sixteen presentations at international science conferences.
Rick Walchuk, CEO of American Graphite, stated: "I welcome the appointment of Dmytri Vynogradov as a Strategic Advisor to the Board. His extensive experience in nano-technology and patent research will be of significant value. This appointment is consistent with our goal of building a world-class management and advisory team."
American Graphite Technologies Inc. is focused on developing North American graphite mining opportunities along with the commercialization of graphene specific proprietary technology methods to maximize shareholder value.
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