Our synthetic, self-assembling nanoparticle-based coatings improve the tribological properties of existing mechanisms through the formation of a protective coating on friction surfaces in-situ, and effectively reverses the wear process.



Pavlo Rudenko

Pavlo Rudenko, CTO, is a PhD candidate (Est. Dec 2013) of Materials Science. His tribology research is sponsored by the Department of Energy via the Hydropower Research Foundation funded by the Department of Energy, a NASA Space Grant, and a Singularity Scholarship. The preceding  research was conducted in the Materials Research Center at Washington State University and the Tribology Group of Energy Division of Argonne National Laboratory, with extensive materials characterization having been done at Pacific Northwest National Lab.




gary-gsGary Fielding

Gary Fielding, COO, is a PhD candidate (Est. Oct 2013) in Engineering Science with a focus on materials engineering. He has extensive experience in ceramic and metal materials design, nanostructured ceramic coatings, 3D printing, advanced manufacturing, and implementation. He has over 14 publications in the materials-science realm, and extensive experience with start-up companies.

He has extensive experience designing, conducting, and analyzing multiple research projects in materials science and nuclear physics.

In the course of his academic career, he has held Research Assistantships in materials science and nuclear physics, and teaching assistantships in physics and electronics. Dr. Bevington has authored and co-authored nine peer-reviewed articles published in nationally recognized journals, and has presented his work at numerous national and international conferences. During his study at Washington State University, he witnessed the development of the MHS nanopowder oil additive, and was inspired to further develop it into a commercial product.


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